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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.

  • Exploiting the Delusions of Money

    Published 21 April 2003 | viewed 2,623 times

    Liberty's enemies, when it comes down to being specific, are the social architects of the New World Order; the one world government; and the one…

  • The Hedgers' Incentive

    Published 31 March 2003 | viewed 2,345 times

    This is our free biweekly release... normally we don't publish it in entirety. It's different this time. Today's Highlights: Gold bulls put the pedal to…

  • All the Way to the Wall

    Published 18 March 2003 | viewed 2,649 times

    The week started with enormous volatility surrounding America's almost certain march to war. Gold prices surged $8 in overnight trade, S&P futures were off sharply,…

  • USD Teeters, New Lows Imminent

    Published 04 March 2003 | viewed 2,852 times

    Today's Highlights: Bearish breadth expands against greenback Gold bears fail to focus on USD as driver The outlook for the dollar is related to real…

  • A Currency & Gold Market Analysis

    Published 13 February 2003 | viewed 2,858 times

    Today's Highlights: War confusion and Silver, Yen action boost dollar/gold Two economic consequences of Bush's tax plan, not the budget Gold shares appear headed for…

  • Inflation Outlook: Deflation Fears Are Irrational

    Published 23 January 2003 | viewed 3,401 times

      Mises Excerpt: The course of a progressing inflation is this: At the beginning the inflow of additional money makes the prices of some commodities…

  • Strange Bedfellows

    Published 01 January 2003 | viewed 2,624 times

    Gold bugs may despise central bankers, but which among them would argue that central banking isn't actually bullish for the price of gold in the…

  • Thin Air Standard

    Published 19 December 2002 | viewed 2,612 times

    We don't actually hope to go back to the old ways of using gold coinage; it's just that the Federal Reserve's monetary policies keep driving…

  • Currency Rhetoric

    Published 03 December 2002 | viewed 2,407 times

    Truth is a delicate lining, not easily seen except in certain light - Ed Bugos Dollar bulls beat up on the Yen Monday, pushing it…

  • The Neutrality Of Money

    Published 06 November 2002 | viewed 2,955 times

    To warm you up for today's editorial, I'd like to share three of the most powerful quotes I've had the pleasure of reading on the…

  • Chips Are Down for Dollar/Gold

    Published 21 October 2002 | viewed 2,740 times

    Currency traders are betting a report expected early this week from a task force regarding Japan's banking problems is a sell signal for the yen…

  • Indifference Spells Opportunity

    Published 30 September 2002 | viewed 2,501 times

    I don't remember the last time the Dow declined six months in a row - Bruce Stratton, Safehaven.com Bear Talk September's 1000+ point decline in…

  • What Year Is It Anyway?

    Published 17 September 2002 | viewed 2,635 times

    What if the major stock market averages were to trade in a wide range over the next 15 to 20 years, between 6000 and 12000ish…

  • What Wasn't Said

    Published 01 September 2002 | viewed 2,488 times

    Greenspan's remarks on economic volatility at a symposium sponsored by the FRB of Kansas City, Jackson Hole, Wyoming struck some important themes for gold traders…

  • Fool's Gold (revisited)

    Published 18 August 2002 | viewed 2,578 times

    Mark Lewis is a staff writer at Forbes. On August 13th 2002, MSN posted an article written by him titled "Fool's Gold" in which he…

  • Bull's Rebuttal

    Published 30 July 2002 | viewed 2,680 times

    So what if the Dow goes up by 15% over the next three to four months. That's no consolation to anyone that watched it drop…

  • Cornered Animals

    Published 24 July 2002 | viewed 2,728 times

    It's always darkest before the bottom falls out - JP McGoran I have a conversation with a geologist friend of mine that usually sounds somewhat…

  • In The Belly of A Horse

    Published 09 July 2002 | viewed 3,774 times

    "If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be." -  Thomas…

  • Cheap Gold

    Published 01 July 2002 | viewed 2,524 times

    Fresh 4 year highs (nearly) in the price of wheat pushed CRB futures to new 52-week highs, as wheat bulls continued to try and complete…

  • Stopped Clocks?

    Published 18 June 2002 | viewed 2,462 times

    Quick, check your watch! Yes, careful, it could be that time on Wall Street when the proverbial watch that doesn't work actually gives the correct…