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Cuba Isn’t Quite Ready To Ditch Communism

Cuba Isn’t Quite Ready To Ditch Communism

Despite significant moves towards capitalism,…

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Not Priced For Disappointment

Sep 25, 2000 at 00:00

The problem is always too many dollars. A dangerously flawed and incredibly inflationary argument is that higher oil prices and a strong dollar will do the slowing for the Fed.…

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The Point of Recognition

Sep 18, 2000 at 00:00

This "remarkable" coexistence reveals how the dollar has been losing purchasing power even as intensifying capital inflows into the US financial system inflate its foreign exchange "rate." The process is…

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Wall Street Kisses Goldilocks Goodbye

Sep 12, 2000 at 00:00

Some market technicians, including myself, view the rising wedge as a completion pattern. It is not an easy pattern to discern, especially if the market has fooled you with so…

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Olè...Olè...

Aug 28, 2000 at 00:00

Talk involving the inevitability of a credit cycle collapse is beginning to sound almost second nature to many analysts. Though bearish sentiment comes nowhere near the generally visible bullish sentiment,…

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Inflation versus Deflation

Aug 16, 2000 at 00:00

Except for Friday, it has been a very quiet summer in the gold market also. If it weren't for my self-proclaimed incredible patience and the encouraging pattern developing on the…

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Please Stand By

Jul 28, 2000 at 00:00

Although I have made it a career mission to develop my own proficiency at recognizing mainly primary, but also intermediate market reversal points, I have usually found it wise to…

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The Politics of the Dollar

Jul 08, 2000 at 00:00

Imagine yourself in Larry Summers' shoes. After building an empire, Rubin finally hands the reins over to you, his nearest protègè…er…patsy. Sounds pretty exciting, don't you think? The economy is…

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A Nation of Story Tellers

Jun 21, 2000 at 00:00

Up until recently, last week would have typically been a bad one for Gold. It began exactly one week after June Gold first spiked back to resistance at $296, and…

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Mr. Nixon, What is the 'Value' of a Dollar ?

Jun 06, 2000 at 00:00

How the Continuing Repatriation of Global Gold Reserves Will Eventually Lead to a Remonetization of Gold. Last Friday's $9 gold rally came on the heels of a much weaker than…

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Dare's Gold in Dhem Hills

May 30, 2000 at 00:00

Yesterday at the Hotel Vancouver, 1999 Nobel Laureate in economics and acclaimed "Godfather" of the European Monetary Union, Dr. Robert Mundell rattled off his proposal for a common currency in…