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Stimulus And Consumers Are The Keys To Further US/Global Economic Recovery – Part I

“At this point in our lives, we are hoping the new COVID-19 vaccines will do their part to help move the world towards more normal consumer and economic activities.  The US Senate recently a new $1.9 Trillion stimulus package that should continue to provide assistance to various levels of consumer, state governments, and corporate enterprises.  The next question in our mind is “what will the recovery look like if/when it happens?”.  We need to look at three critical components of the global economy to help answer this question: Consumer Activity, Debt, and Supply/Demand Functions”. “Chris and his team are providing

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Gold Predictive Modeling Suggests A New Rally Targeting $2300+, But When Will It Start?

“One of our readers’ favorite tools is the Adaptive Dynamic Learning (ADL) predictive modeling system.  This tool maps out technical and price patterns into an array of similar setups using historical data, then applies that data to current and future price bars.  Using the ADL predictive Modeling tool, we can see into the future based on historical technical analysis that maps statistically relevant price activity and shows us the highest probability outcomes.“ “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to

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Tesla gets involved in New Caledonia mine to secure nickel supply

Cecilia Jamasmie | March 5, 2021 | 7:18 am Battery MetalsMarketsNewsAustralia NZ South PacificEuropeUSANickel Elon Musk at GTC 2015. (Image courtesy of NVIDIA | Flickr.) Electric cars maker Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) will become a technical adviser at the conflict-ridden New Caledonia nickel mine, as part of the company’s attempt to secure enough supply of the key battery metal, which CEO Elon Musk has singled out as the his biggest concern. Political leaders in the French Pacific territory agreed on Thursday to sell a majority stake in Vale’s nickel business to a consortium called Prony, which includes Swiss commodity trader Trafigura. The Brazilian miner, the world’s top nickel

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Gold: Crisis or Opportunity?

Peter Krauth Mar 04, 2021 02:07 PM GMT If you’re a serious gold investor, then I sympathize. If you’re freaking out, then this is not for you. If you’re anxious, then you need to check your premises.Advertisement Know where Gold is headed? Take advantage now with START TRADING 75% of retail CFD investors lose money After all, what’s changed since gold reached a new all-time nominal high over $2,000 last August? Actually, most of the fundamental drivers that support gold have simply gotten more entrenched. And that ultimately means much, much higher gold prices over the next few years. So the current rout becomes a

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BUCKLE UP: A Global Economic Boom Is About To Be Unleashed

March 6, 2021 Gerald Celente just warned King World News that investors need to buckle up because a global economic boom is about to be unleashed. March 6 (King World News) – Eric King:  “Gerald, you say there is going to be a boom. They are getting ready to open up in Connecticut (and California). What are we looking at going forward?” Gerald Celente:  “We’re going to have a big bounce, there’s no question about it. And it’s going to be global. The economy has been locked down for over a year and now it’s going to start booming. The central banks and governments

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The Warrant Report For Week Ended February 26, 2021

My team and I have been focusing on increasing the content on all of our services and now we are ready to share with you what we have been doing and why you should consider being a subscriber, if not already. My mission with our services is to assist you with making money. Plain and simple, we provide you the information and tools and point you in the correct direction to capture awesome gains in this challenging market environment. Information, data, details, etc. is what it is all about. We have entered every datapoint imaginable for all of our services,

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Weekly Chronicles in SPAC Warrants

Weekly SPAC Warrant Chronicles This week was one for the ages, the dark ages, but the ages nonetheless. A brutal bloodbath took over the bulk of our week and showed some weakness that we had not seen since roughly early October. This was not caused by a singular event but rather a series of factors all rolled into the outcome. Some of those factors were the retail pursuit to the “Wall Street Bets” trades. Some was the rising yields. The looming elephant in the room was Churchill Capital IV, (CCIV and CCIV.WS). While the deal did in fact get announced

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Bonds And Stimulus Are Driving Big Sector Trends And Shifting Capital.

“Falling Bonds and rising yields are creating a condition in the global markets where capital is shifting away from Technology, Communication Services and Discretionary stocks have suddenly fallen out of favor, and Financials, Energy, Real Estate, and Metals/Miners are gaining strength.  The rise in yields presents an opportunity for Banks and Lenders to profit from increased yield rates. In addition, historically low interest rates have pushed the Real Estate sector, including commodities towards new highs. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid

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Silver Is Close To Something Big

Silver Is Close To Something Big 25 February 2021Hubert Moolman There is a sense that we are close to a significant move in silver. The current season since August 2020 till now, is shaping up in a similar manner to the season of August 2019 to February/March 2020. Silver as well as the stock market peaked in February 2020, and crashed significantly into March. Below, is a chart of silver (top) and the Dow (bottom): On the silver chart, I have indicated how the current season is shaping up like the previous season by marking the similar patterns from point

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Markets Have Blood In The Streets! Time To Buy?

“A red day in the markets with panic selling across all sectors,  including cryptos and precious metals, but is this just a quick washout low and we are headed for higher highs or is this a repeat of March 2020? Watch this rare hour long interview with Steve Hyland where they take a “Deep Dive” into the current short term trends of many different assets and also cover winning trades, when to use options, and Chris’s Best Asset Now (BAN) strategy he uses to consistently outperform the major indexes without being glued to the computer all day.”  “Chris and his

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Silver – Primed & Ready For Explosive Upside

“Chris is bullish on silver, and the considerable public accumulation of physical should send the price of silver much higher. However, he has concerns about a potential pullback. Any such pullback would be an excellent entry point for investors. Silver as a commodity acts differently from stocks, and Chris believes that we could experience a short squeeze in the coming months. If we see a good move higher, that would probably be an excellent time to reduce one’s physical position and buy back later. He outlines some specific price targets and timeframes for silver.” “Chris and his team are providing

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SPACS: When Investor Expectations Exceed Reality

By Dudley Pierce Bakerhttps://CommonStockWarrants.comTwitter – https://twitter/stockwarrants and https://twitter/SPACwarrants The last few days of trading in the SPACS have left investors scratching their heads, what happened? In our opinion, the story of Churchill Capital (CCIV) (Michael Klein) and the Lucid Motors merger was greatly over anticipated and promoted, not by the companies, but in investor chat rooms and on Twitter which sent the shares and warrants up to unrealistic heights. This is a great story and there is little doubt that when the merger is completed in the second quarter of 2021 that Lucid Motors will be a winner and we

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The Fed Is Caught in an Inflation Death Spiral—That’s Bullish for Gold and Silver

by Lobo Tiggre One of the most common objections to allocating wealth to gold is that “it doesn’t pay interest.” At the same time, the attractiveness of an asset that can’t be inflated away by government fiat is obvious. This is why the most powerful driver of gold prices over the last 50 years has been real interest rates in the US. Why real US rates? Because, as with other commodities, gold prices are quoted in US dollars. This alone gives gold and other commodities a generally inverse relationship with the USD. Indeed, commodities prices are frequently cited as measures of

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Gold to Bottom as Yields Peak Soon

February 25, 2021By David Brady Last week, I shared my views on sentiment, technical analysis, and positioning with respect to Gold, Silver, and the miners in the short-term. I also shared my fundamental rationale for why I believe they are all going much higher once we hit bottom here soon. These are tools I use in my ‘FIPEST xM” process, which I established years ago by identifying consistent signals from each tool at every major peak and trough in an asset class over the past ten to twenty years. Given the sharp rise in real yields and the continuation of

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