Articles by Steve Saville:
Future “inflation” and monetary madness
The Fed's mode of operation has drastically changed over the past 12 years.
In our 18th September Update we said that the Fed's decision not to "taper" was not, in and of itself, meaningfully bullish for gold.
Do Bank Reserves Matter?
The following is excerpted from a commentary originally posted at www.speculative-investor.com on 8th September 2013.
We occasionally see articles where the monetary base is wrongly discussed as if it were akin to the money supply or as if the change in the monetary base...
The stock market’s long-term trend
Whether the stock market is in a long-term bullish trend or a long-term bearish trend can't be determined by looking at nominal prices.
Interpreting the gold sector’s long-term performance
The following is excerpted from a commentary originally posted at www.speculative-investor.com on 28th July 2013.
The gold mining sector breaks a record
We are leading off with a discussion of gold mining stocks because the recent price action has created a situation that can now aptly be described as unprecedented. A...
The true meaning of “International Reserves”
It's not correct to think of today's currencies as being 'backed' by the international reserve assets held by the central bank or government.
The Dreaded “Tapering”
It seems that every year a new word or term or acronym becomes a prominent part of the financial world's lexicon.
Explaining the gold bull market
One of the simplest and best ways to ascertain gold's long-term trend is to look at its performance relative to commodities in general.