Silver Rush 2011 - 12.16.11
Silver prices are now up 75% over the last two years! The "quiet" precious metal is now roaring along with gold! With very little fanfare a new bull market in silver began in mid-2003, driving the price of silver from $4.50 an ounce in 2003 to nearly $30 an ounce today -- over a sixfold growth!
GOLD: BOTH SIDES OF THE COIN - 11.1.11
In an effort to equip our clients with a well-rounded “BIG PICTURE” perspective on potential risks and rewards of owning gold, this Swiss America Special Report will examine both the "Bull Case" and the "Bear Case" for owning gold today by the world's top analysts
The Wisdom of Buying on Price Dips - 9.26.11
A new and volatile stage in the decade-long gold bull market has begun. Gold flexed its parabolic muscle in August -- rushing up $200/oz. Prices leaped from $1,600/oz. to nearly $1,900/oz., then gold dipped near $1,700/oz. days later, ending the month at $1,824/oz. - down 4% from its peak .
Global Currency Crisis- 8.10.10
Fiscal Crisis Alert -- By Craig R. Smith, Chairman, Swiss America --If the Fed is telling the truth, gold prices must be lying. The Federal Reserve Board is claiming deflation is the new boogeyman to fear. Yet, if we have such strong deflationary forces at work, the price of gold should have dropped to $800, not run back up near $1200.
Five Reasons Why $1,200/oz gold is a better value than $600/oz Gold - June 2010
BY Craig R. Smith & David M. Bradshaw -- Recent media warnings about gold prices always seem to arrive right on cue: immediately following new nominal price highs. These gold bears said to forget gold at $500, $750, $1,000 and now $1,200/oz. They have called gold the new "bubble" at each new level and they have been proven wrong each time...
The Right to Own Gold - 1.14.10
In today’s world of big government and no privacy could we see the U.S. Government confiscate gold AGAIN? In recent years I am sure you have seen the multiple bubbles that have been burst in the financial markets. We started the new millennium with the dot com bubble followed by Enron/WorldCom, and the end of the decade saw the biggest of them all… the mortgage backed securities/real estate bubble.
Stress-free Investment Strategy - May 2009
The following Special Report is designed to help Americans learn to reduce their financial stress by self-assessing their current ability to withstand further economic volatility, regardless of what the government bank "stress-test" results may (or may not) reveal.
The Inflation Solution - April 2009
In its attempt to bolster the U.S economy, the Federal Reserve has left no doubt in my mind that we are in a modern day depression – one that will be addressed by a massive expansion of the Fed balance sheet by trillions of dollars.
Bailout Nation: Truth and Consequences 11.11.08
Why Bailouts Will Not Stop Market Super-Cycles - Part I: America's #1 Question: "Is My Money Safe?" - Part II: How Will This Bailout Affect The Free Market - Part III: What To Do If This Bailout Does Not Work - Contributors: Craig R. Smith, David Bradshaw, Fred Goldstein
A Plan To Unite America on Social Security - 2.3.05
In his State of the Union Address, president Bush placed Social Security reform at the very top of his agenda, officially putting it ahead, in importance, of the war in Iraq. This was his first State of the Union as a second-term president, and a vast contrast to the address three years ago in which he prepared the American public for the war on terror.
These 86 Analysts Now on $5,000 Gold Bandwagon
Believe it or not but I have identified 122 economists, academics, gold analysts and market commentators who have developed sound rationale as to why they think gold will likely go to a parabolic peak price of at least $2,500 an ounce before the bubble finally pops!