Crude appears to have broken its 55 dollar resistance mark.
This interaction will spark a runaway feedback loop that will smack asset valuations back to pre-bubble, pre-pyramid scheme levels.
Tekoa Da Silver interviews Rick Rule on the potentially explosive bull market coming in uranium.
Charts suggest bear market for oil is real.
Rick Rule discusses the surprising lack of volatility in the global markets.
A look at silver miner's production earnings.
Faber is bullish on gold and agriculture commodities.
He talks about the US dollar and commodities in a bottoming pattern.
...odds are the silver stocks are going to power far higher in 2017.
Rick Rule interview with Palisade Radio.
Lior Gantz looks at nickel stocks.
Why doesn't bitcoin go to zero?
Since the Trump win the US dollar has been rallying hard.
OPEC makes threats to crash oil prices as OPEC members clash.
This is an excellent video presentation by Jordan Roy-Byrne in which he answers the simple question of what would a stock market bear do to gold.
Today silver is starting a new bull market that is likely to last for years, because most bull market cycles last from three to five years.
The SPX at the 2050 level looks like a great place for a ‘pullback’ to begin as indicated in the chart below.
David just returned from a trip to the PDAC, which is the world's most important mining industry annual event.
A top Saudi oil minister came to the United States and gave a speech to an energy group and laid down the law.
No new bull market is coming to oil prices in 2016 thanks to the oil glut.
Today CNBC reported this news which proves that the rumors it promoted on Friday to be false
Too much supply and not enough demand still pressuring oil prices.
Bakersfield is one of the top oil producing areas of the United States.
BP announced earnings and its profits crashed 91%.
As of this writing sugar is now over 10% in our favor from the original entry and trading at short term support.
Opinions are divided on the effects of the fall...
"The bottom line is the recent silver buying is likely only just starting. American stock investors remain woefully underinvested in silver, while American futures speculators remain heavily short it."
"Joseph Gladbach and his fellow bankers at Jefferies Group field three to five calls a day from investors eager to park their millions in energy stocks or bonds in the worst down cycle in 30 years."