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Ed Bugos

Ed Bugos

GoldenBar.com

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Ed Bugos is a former stockbroker, founder of GoldenBar.com, one of the original contributing editors to SafeHaven.com and former editor of the Gold & Options Trader. He continues to publish commentary on market and economic trends; and provides gold, economic and mining research to private clients worldwide.

  • GLD: Incompetence or "Told You So?"

    Published 10 December 2004 | viewed 4,634 times

    Originally posted to GoldenBar.com subscribers 09 December 2004. A test it shall be. Gold prices fell out of a seven day (island or diamond) top…

  • 25 Key Charts

    Published 22 November 2004 | viewed 3,143 times

    There are a total of 25 different long term currency, commodity, stock and gold ratio graphs below; all of them are updated to 19 November…

  • $3 Trillion = 50%! ...Solution

    Published 20 October 2004 | viewed 3,663 times

    This report was originally sent to GoldenBar subscribers on 15 Oct 2004 In the wake of the fateful demolition of the twin towers on September…

  • Which Way the Volumes

    Published 28 August 2004 | viewed 2,496 times

    The gravity theory applied to stocks: if there is no volume, they tend to fall (Bruce Stratton) I'll buy that, with caveats; like in the…

  • Memo to Richard Russell: On the Margin Baby

    Published 25 June 2004 | viewed 3,077 times

    "There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear" (Daniel Dennett). That sums it up on most days that…

  • Stink Baum

    Published 18 June 2004 | viewed 3,577 times

    Baum Bombs Out, in Journalism What a joke. What happened to the press of the seventies that uncovered Watergate? Today's press couldn't find a scandal…

  • Inflation Consciousness Stirs

    Published 14 May 2004 | viewed 3,555 times

    14 May 2004: 'Traders are beginning to talk about the rising price of milk and cheese; these guys don't shop. I think it means that…

  • Gold $475, as Recovery Trade Unwinds

    Published 24 March 2004 | viewed 3,057 times

    How does money lose value? It only begins when the supply of money increases more than demand does, or should demand fall more than supply…

  • Inflation versus Deflation

    Published 24 February 2004 | viewed 4,796 times

    Deflation Has to Be Deliberated In theoretical investigation there is only one meaning that can rationally be attached to the expression inflation: an increase in…

  • The Kings We Make

    Published 10 February 2004 | viewed 2,586 times

    No one, and no thing can control a (liquid) market forever, especially that of money. Reflect on this; what would be the point of a…

  • Gold, Yields, and PE's

    Published 08 January 2004 | viewed 4,106 times

    The Dow Jones Industrials gained 25% in 2003. It was their best yearly gain in almost a decade. Gold prices gained 20%. It was the…

  • Sinclair Claptrap

    Published 08 December 2003 | viewed 2,320 times

    Humor me while I briefly deviate this morning: "Selling your gold shares because you expect a significantly lower general equity market is a dumb move…

  • Gold Shares Too Hot for Dow Tumble

    Published 08 December 2003 | viewed 3,596 times

    Originally published December 2, 2003 The USd is the Dependent Variable, Not Gold In reality, to be sure, there is only one sector that truly…

  • Why Gold, Why Now?

    Published 14 November 2003 | viewed 4,192 times

    What is the case for gold, you ask? Our regular readers may want to skip this editorial, or not. Its mostly for the benefit of…

  • Gold Bears Turn Up the Volume

    Published 16 October 2003 | viewed 2,998 times

    Some people think that prices will stop rising when interest rates rise; they forget that interest rates can rise because prices do, not just because…

  • Nobel Exuberance

    Published 01 October 2003 | viewed 3,376 times

    "Human action is necessarily always rational. The term "rational action" is therefore pleonastic and must be rejected as such. When applied to the ultimate ends…

  • Where are the Hawks, Goldilocks, and Deflation?

    Published 03 September 2003 | viewed 2,793 times

    Keeping in mind the old spring (coil) metaphor, or Say's Law, or even the well known physics law - "every action causes an equal and…

  • Gold Standards, the State, and Free Banking

    Published 05 August 2003 | viewed 3,533 times

    "The gold standard has been destroyed chiefly because it was an obstacle to inflation" - Friedrich Hayek, Can We Still Avoid Inflation? (From a 1970…

  • Inflation Is A Constant

    Published 05 June 2003 | viewed 2,772 times

    Below is an excerpt from Ed Bugos' Daily Global Market Outlook. For the full letter, and a free trial, send him email at: gold@goldenbar.com We…

  • Gold Bull To Reveal Inflation

    Published 15 May 2003 | viewed 2,394 times

    Today's Highlights: Regulatory failures aren't the problem, but more regulations can add... What the hell are we going to do with our gold stocks? Treasuries…