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(cont’d from Part 1, here) …. things are never as bad as they seem It was well before the execution of the Federal Reserve Act that a 40% gold reserve ratio already existed as a US Treasury requirement – whether … Continue reading
I am no economist, but it occurs to me the multitude of articles and countless economists deriding metallic and bimetallic standards do not understand what was being attempted previously in doing so. The way I see it, every previous attempt … Continue reading
Some linear doodling on DJIA, comparisons to 1932 upleg into 1983 breakout. Comparing to where we might be now. Without commentary, or overlays. Historical self correlation – nearest auto selected Most Bearish Only Most Bullish Only Linear non-LOG 1932 to … Continue reading
What originally started as a walk through the history of US Treasury yields since the year 1900, has ended up a revelation of the historical use of gold as a measure of credit worthiness (as central bank reserves). This particular … Continue reading
Following on from my overall summary chart of 110 years of the DJIA last week (here or here), there are yet more secrets to be revealed from the long term DJIA series back to 1896. It all confirms the picture … Continue reading
UPDATE: Adding this weeks ECRI WLI public release to my previous technical analysis the US has again just scraped by avoiding the dreaded 120 knife edge. Seriously? How lucky can they be? Regards,
In our daily rush to categorise and pigeon hole conclusions, this might be just ‘another one’ of ‘those articles’ purveying derision for the cavalier wizards of modern finance. As a qualified professional Engineer, I don’t afford these fat comptrollers as having any … Continue reading