The Best Charts On Gold, Silver and the Dollar…

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  • ewkeane

    I like the following for technicals on charts.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/endlessmountain

    http://www.youtube.com/user/BrotherJohnF

    I use a funky years by the average range chart, where each graph contains the monthly average, the yearly average, and the high and low range.
    my chart shows that the monthly average has advanced the yearly average since the beginning of the year 2011. this years average could end in the 50FRN range at the end of this year. that would be nice.
    next month (june) will start in the 36 range, about two bucks in advance of the yearly average 34.50. I think i would buy if in a month prices should fall below the yearly average, to fatten my hoard for less money.
    the yearly average has been in advance since 2001, no doubt.
    it will be interesting to see where all the warehouse blocks start moving to.
    and say, how can i get in on utah silver? can things Ag be bought in sold by mail with that state? state silver banks? maybe, if only the goldsmith system can be replaced with a strict paper to wieght policy, no hypothetication allowed except by private contracts done outside of the system. silver dispensing atms, the works. could utah extend its bank outside, into say, indiana? maybe.
    anyone into craigs list? whats that all about?
    here could be a place to start;
    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iVwtsZHKs7A_uQEDwUlnH2P1jJ3Q?docId=fdc78f4b243f4e1facc5982a1fc02836

  • magadates

    Dear sir,

    I have a specific question about Silver : what is the point to reserve a bar, for example as Bullionvault suggests? Costs are higher, and silver is already “allocated” in the first place.
    Besides, to reserve a bar means to put your name under it, while the vault is in London and I hear about metal confiscation, exceptional events leading to exceptional actions…
    Should I reserve my silver bars if I can?
    Thanks a lot for your highlights,

  • Tony

    Its like the Kentucky Derby except those that are awake see that all the FIAT horses are sick and have our bets on GOLDEN Lady & SILVER Laddy. Its the sport of Kings and Sheeple should not be suprised when they grab a beer as they tear up their losing paper slips.

  • Jesse’s Cafe is a great place to sit down, have a cool drink, and learn about what’s going on in the world. I agree about the technical charts. They are among the best. In addition, on the left sidebar of the site, he also puts up links to some salient articles about what’s going on in politics and the market, pretty much on a daily basis.

  • ib12541

    You don’t need a chart to know that fiat is worthless. Spend your time on something more meaningful.

    Good luck

  • Silver Shield

    Just charting the course of the hurricane so that we know when batten down the hatches…

  • James Woroble Jr

    Use whatever gold / silver ratio you like… (my calculations, $1,300 – $1,500 an ounce silver before the massive stench of rotting corpses dissipate)

    The Mathematics Of Gold
    May 26, 2011, at 12:32 pm
    by Jim Sinclair

    Assumption:

    Because gold is held by many central banks, once as a reserve currency but now as an inventory currency, it functions as a swing asset to balance the International Balance sheet of the US.

    Central banks are sellers of dollars but still hold, by default, large dollar inventories.

    China has hedged its dollar position 50% through commitments to long term dollar commercial agreements, pay in, mineral, and energy deals internationally. That is an act of pure genius.

    We can assume other central banks still hold 90% of their reported dollar positions, on average unhedged by commercial obligation positions.

    In crisis times, the US dollar price of gold ALWAYS seeks to balance the International Balance Sheet of the USA.

    Therefore:

    Take 90% of international US dollar debt less China and then add 50% of the US debt owned by China. Then divide that number by the ounces supposed to be owned by the US Treasury. The result is where gold wants to go.

    In 1974 this gave me $900 gold. Now you do your homework, and submit your analysis to me. Do this, and I will give you Angels going to that price by a little known technique of Jesse Livermore that only works on gold after it has broken to a new high above all resistance.

    Little by little I am passing on all that I have learned from Jesse through Bert to those that read every day in thanks for your support of me and mine.

    Jim

  • Silverdoc

    Per Sinclair’s calculation’s, gold wants to go to $13,644/oz.

    • Silver Shield

      Dollar predictions are irrelevant for most physical silver investors. They are buying because when the dollar dies it will be priceless in dollar terms. In fact that is one of the reasons I use ratio investing.

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