Articles by Steve Saville:
Comparing long-term gold-mining bull markets
The last long-term bull market in gold-mining stocks, which ran from the early-1960s through to 1980, occurred in parallel with a major upward trend in interest rates, a steady...
The Fed continues to pump aggressively
Fantasyland for policy-makers
As eventually happens to every dog, over the past three months the world's policy-making fraternity has been having its day
Gold versus Industrial Metals
The financial markets have begun 2013 in remarkably similar fashion to how they began 2010, 2011 and 2012.
The ever-changing yardstick
To illustrate the difficulty of measuring performance in terms of the US dollar, today we are presenting three inflation-adjusted (IA) gold charts.
The root cause of gold’s bull market
Why is gold in a bull market?
The idiotic notion that QE is not inflationary
When someone says that QE (Quantitative Easing) is not inflationary they are probably claiming that it doesn't bring about an increase in the general price level.
Money Supply Instability
According to a recent comment by a well-respected analyst, one of the problems with using gold as money is that the supply of gold could experience large swings due...
Chronically low gold price forecasts
The chart displayed below was taken from a recent article at The Daily Reckoning and shows the median gold price forecasts of analysts monitored by Bloomberg.
Increasingly bullish prospects of gold stocks
Despite the recent weakness we are becoming increasingly bullish about the prospects for gold stocks.