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John Ing

John Ing

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Gold: Robin Hood and Obamanomics

    Published 05 May 2009 | viewed 4,624 times

    http://www.cagle.com/ Public hangings have become the norm. Media stars such as Jim Cramer, columnists and portfolio managers alike missed the market collapse. Today the market…

  • Gold: Plus Ca Change, Plus Ca Reste La Meme Chose

    Published 26 February 2009 | viewed 4,850 times

    (The more things change, the more they stay the same) A good part of the population voted for change but not less than a month…

  • Gold: The Antidote To Our Problems

    Published 18 December 2008 | viewed 6,272 times

    After a prolonged bout of weakness, the US dollar rallied 20 percent as investors fled risky assets and hedge funds unwound bad bets to repatriate…

  • Gold: Good Money after Bad Money

    Published 02 October 2008 | viewed 4,999 times

    Imagine a game of Monopoly in which one of the players wins, all the buildings, Boardwalk, hotels and railroads. Then in a reality moment the…

  • Gold: Till Debt Do Us Part

    Published 29 August 2008 | viewed 6,115 times

    The Russians invade Georgia, raising fears of a proxy war with the U.S.. Oil through $150 a barrel? No. In fact, oil is $30 below…

  • Gold: Addicted to Debt

    Published 30 May 2008 | viewed 5,993 times

    Despite the biggest jump in food prices in 18 years, the U.S. Labor Department reported that April's "core" inflation rate was an understated 2.3 percent.…

  • Gold: The Nationalization of Wall Street

    Published 27 March 2008 | viewed 7,009 times

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke once said: "By increasing the number of U.S. dollars in circulation, or even by credibly threatening to do so, the…

  • Gold: Lies, Lies And More Lies

    Published 31 January 2008 | viewed 10,290 times

    Weary of lies, Americans may now prefer to choose a politician or group that can offer the truth. And we're not just talking about the…

  • Gold: The Emperor Has No Clothes

    Published 23 November 2007 | viewed 8,507 times

    Gold came within a whisker of our oft repeated target of $850 an ounce last reached in 1980. The main driver is the debasement of…

  • Gold: The Collapse of the Vanities

    Published 14 September 2007 | viewed 5,526 times

    Today, there are parallels with the corrections following the Russian debt default in 1998, the collapse of the Long Term Capital Management hedge fund, the…

  • Gold: Unsustainable Developments

    Published 23 July 2007 | viewed 10,968 times

    Gold has finally broken out of the narrow trading range between $640 and $665 an ounce, that has frustrated both bulls and bears alike. Gold…

  • Gold Gone Wild

    Published 01 May 2007 | viewed 7,816 times

    Image courtesy of St. Louis Post-Dispatch Neither a borrower nor a lender be. And yet, if you have to choose, it is better to be…

  • Gold: Rich Country, Poor Country

    Published 08 February 2007 | viewed 6,238 times

    Obituary writers are already preparing the death notices for commodities. Once a beneficiary of hot money, commodities began the New Year by crashing. Oil dropped…

  • Gold: Deal or No Deal

    Published 08 November 2006 | viewed 10,037 times

    Oil has become the symbol of worldwide demographic, economic, environmental and geopolitical stress. The economic order is being remapped. Indeed, the possibility that the oil…

  • Gold: Seismic Events

    Published 25 August 2006 | viewed 6,152 times

    Geopolitical shockwaves have fractured along fundamental fault lines. The hostilities in the Middle East intensified on two fronts. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict spread to Lebanon and…

  • Gold: Bull Markets Climb Walls of Worry

    Published 08 June 2006 | viewed 9,925 times

    Conspiracy theories, self-doubt, testing 2,000 years of history? The Da Vinci Code? No. Gold. Gold bullion's performance continues to defy conventional wisdom. Gold broke $700…

  • Gold: There's No Free Lunch

    Published 30 March 2006 | viewed 11,635 times

    In his State of the Union address, George W. Bush warned that "America is addicted to oil". Mr. Bush then vowed to reduce America's reliance…

  • Gold: Texas Hold'em

    Published 21 January 2006 | viewed 9,057 times

    The gold market has been behaving as if inflation is back. Investors who believe otherwise need ask themselves: is past prologue? Gold has doubled in…

  • Gold: The Sky Is Falling

    Published 28 November 2005 | viewed 9,037 times

    What a year 2005 has brought - hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, terrorism and now Paris is burning. Aside from the sorry scenes of destruction, innocent deaths…

  • Gold: The Sole Levee Against The Floodwaters of Financial Disaster

    Published 19 September 2005 | viewed 5,972 times

    Gold pulled back last month but held above the critical support level at $430 an ounce. We are now getting a rally triggered in part…