Sunday, July 30, 2006

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Featured Guest: Stephen Leeb, President of Leeb Capital

Management and editor of the prestigious newsletter The Complete Investor. Renowned for finishing among the leaders in the Wall Street Journal's and Forbes's annual stock-picking contests, Leeb is the author of four previous books. His wife and longtime collaborator, DONNA LEEB, has a diversified background in business writing and holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.

The Wallace Street Journal

By David Bond, Editor
The Silver Valley Mining Journal

David Bond lives in Wallace, Idaho - heart of the planet's richest silver fields, the Coeur d'Alene Mining District - where he owns and edits the Silver Valley Mining Journal, an e-newsletter devoted to silver and silver investing. His weekly commentary on silver, "The Wallace Street Journal," may be read elsewhere on the Web at SilverSeek.com and lemetropolecafe.com.

David's interest in silver goes back a long way. He started young - collecting U.S. Silver Certificates in the mid-1960s as a teenager when Lyndon Johnson Administration's made the unilateral decision not to honor its promise to redeem those certificates with silver.

It was this decision that sparked David's ongoing passion for understanding financial matters, one that would also influence David's opinion of the "full faith and credit of the United States" for the ensuing four decades.

The Johnson decision - noted but not of note at the time - also initiated an illustrious career in journalism when David decided to combine his passion for understanding the world around him from an economic, political and business point of view with his interest in writing.

Today, in addition to writing his newsletter, David covers gold and silver mining equities for a number of national and international publishers, including Platts Metals Week, a division of McGraw-Hill. He holds regional and national firsts in investigative journalism from the Atlantic City Press Club (National Headliner), the Society of Professional Journalists (SDX/SPJ), the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors, and the Idaho Press Club.

David has also edited or written for newspapers on both coasts, Canada and Alaska. He is former city editor of the Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) Press and was managing editor of the North Idaho Press and the Wallace Miner. His work has appeared in publications as disparate as the New York Times, Mineweb and Range Magazine.

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Archived Shows:
Richard Russell, Ron Brown & Trading Wizards - June 03, 2006
Jason Hommel, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 27, 2006
Tom Udall, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 20, 2006
Bill Murphy & Michael Covel - May 13, 2006
Jim Sinclair - May 06, 2006
Richard Daughty, The Mogambo Guru - April 28, 2006
Catherine Austin Fitts - April 22, 2006
Mark Leibovit - April 15, 2006
Addison Wiggin - April 8, 2006
Dr. Ron Paul - April 1, 2006
Bob Chapman - March 25, 2006
Dr. Marc Faber - March 18, 2006
John Rubion & David Coffin - March 11, 2006
Julian Phillips & Gary Kaltbaum - March 4, 2006
Steve Forbes & Dr. Van K. Tharp - February 25, 2006
Bob Chapman & Jack Chan - February 18, 2006
Jim Willie, Roland Watson & David Morgan - February 11, 2006
David Morgan
Jim Rogers
James Turk
Dr. Marc Faber
Bill Murphy

THE GOLD AND SILVER REVIEW 181st Edition, July 30th

THE GOLD AND SILVER REVIEW
July 30th, 2006
181th Edition
www.radio.goldseek.com
Chris G. Waltzek
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MARKET SUMMARY
*$635 Gold - $11.28 Silver*
PRECIOUS METALS
Gold soared this week, rebounding from last weeks consolidation amid the backdrop of a weakening dollar due to Mid East turmoil and the Fed's Dovish Beige Book Report. Seasonal volatility increased as traders took much needed summer vacations - reducing market liquidity and increasing violent swings higher and lower in the markets. Fortunately, the phenomenon is temporary and calmer market conditions are likely to prevail in the months ahead. Gold and silver have posted positive closes in 4 of the last 5 weeks. Gold closed at $635 up $15 while silver finished at $11.28 increasing $.43. So far in 2006, precious metals have eclipsed all major investment classes. Gold is now up by more than $110 an incredible 20 percent in 2006 and silver is higher by $2.50 almost a 30% increase! For further perspective, gold is up well over 100% in the past 5 years and silver by almost 200%, simply the best investments available and still under the radar screens of most investors.
On Monday, the hope of a cease fire in the Israeli Lebanon war temporarily lead the dollar higher and gold below $600 for the first time in one month as Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made a surprise visit to to Beirut - meeting with Lebanon's prime minister, according to media reports. But hopes for peace were dashed as Lebanese Prime Minster Fuad Saniora rejected Rice's diplomatic solutions, on Monday, leading gold to recoup almost all of its earlier losses.
Despite diplomatic efforts on Monday, conflict escalated among Israel and Hezbollah forces. Israel continued its push deeper into the Southern Palestine area. More than 380 Lebanese and 37 Israelis have died since fighting began on July 12.
On Tuesday, Condoleezza Rice met with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who reiterated Israel's intent to continue its offensive on Hezzbolah forces. Both Rice and the current administration support Israel's battle citing the need for Hezbollah factions to release control of southern Lebanon before a cease fire can commence.
Making matters worse on Wednesday, peace talks in Rome broke down as tempers flared between the Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and the European envoy. Rice disagreed with U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan regarding the need for international peace keepers in Southern Lebanon. Officials from the United Nations, five European and four Arab countries, attended the Rome conference. As a result of the peace meeting stalemate, Israel's justice minister, Haim Ramon, stated that the indecision granted Jerusalem the authority to continue its assault on Hezzbollah troops.
In economic news, Wednesdays Fed Beige Book report sent the dollar reeling. The report indicated stubborn inflation numbers despite declining growth in the housing market and the general economy. As a result, traders sold the dollar and purchased gold and equities due to lessoned concerns over another rate hike. The futures market is currently indicating only a 50% likelihood of a rate hike at the upcoming FOMC meeting, slated for August 8th.
One London based trader noted: "Gold is up, down and round about. The market is interest rate driven. When the market thinks that the Fed is going to increase interest rates then the US dollar strengthens and the gold price falls, when the market becomes concerned that that the Fed is not going to hike rates then the dollar slops and gold goes up," a London-based trader said.
Meanwhile, the dollar continued to suffer as it slipped to a two-week low against the Euro and yen and a near two month low against the British pound amid worries that the Fed might not continue its policy of rate hikes due in part to lower than anticipated GDP numbers. The dollar has now fallen 6 percent against an average of major world currencies.
Moving on, media reports indicate that gold investing in China is increasing rapidly following the removal of the ban on gold ownership in recent years. Adding to demand for gold, China's central bank continues to accumulate a massive gold position in its attempt to sell off depreciating dollar reserves. Russia, Kuwait, the UAE and many other countries central banks are sited as taking similar steps to insulate their citizens from the inflated dollar. Furthermore, Japan has not increased its dollar reserves in over a year despite its powerful export economy, according to sources. Looking over at the energy markets. Light sweet crude rallied this week following a government report indicating the largest gasoline inventory decline in over three months. Black gold purchasers were further emboldened by news of Nigerian export disruptions. Oil producer Shell announced that a suspicious pipeline leak will lead to a 50% decline in oil exports from its Bonny light terminal in the politically unstable region. Crude oil ended the week near $75 per barrel, close to the break even point.
In a related story, high gasoline prices are encouraging domestic mass transit. The president of the American Public Transport Association noted that many cities are witnessing double digit increases in public transportation ridership as a result.
It's estimated that U.S. riders of public transport save 855 million gallons of gasoline per year, according to the APTA.
In Salt Lake City, ridership is up a resounding 43 percent versus a year ago. The trend is expected to accelerate as the price of a barrel of oil heads to and beyond $100.
Looking at gold stocks in the news this week. On Thursday, one of the largest gold producers Denver's mining firm, Newmont Corp, reported its second-quarter profits almost doubled, while revenues climbed to $1.31 billion from $997 million in the previous quarter.
Meanwhile, the third largest gold miner AngloGold Ashanti's CEO Bobby Godsell noted this week that, "The supply-and-demand position for gold was favorable, with very strong investor interest in the metal... "The demand for gold is as strong as it ever has been"
In related gold news, market pundit, Peter Grandich, editor of The Grandich Letter, commented on what he views as a heavy "short" position in the gold market, "based on the fact that gold has been hit hard on several occasions of late shortly after the second London fix when European physical buying is over. He went on to say that he thinks short selling is reaching a climax and a short squeeze is likely in the gold market.
In numismatic news this week, 10 rare gold 'double eagle' coins from 1933 considered the most rare and valuable coins in the world, go on display on Aug. 16th-19th at ANA's World's Fair of Money convention in Denver. The ten recently recovered "double eagle" gold coins, will go on public display next month for the first time. The coins are held at Fort Knox and are so rare that their value cannot be calculated. However, the article indicates that in 2002, a 1933 double eagle was auctioned for $7.5 million, the highest price ever for a coin. So listeners in the Denver area, this might be an interesting event to visit in August.
Gold stocks were hit hard on Monday only to rebound like the phoenix from its ashes to record a positive close. Following last weeks minor setback, gold stocks tacked on more than 8 points - closing at 141. Despite recent weakness, gold stocks are showing a near 10 percent gain for the year.
Looking over at the XAU charts. Last week I noted that the market left a bearish candlestick on Friday. I expected to see lower prices which should then be followed by bargain hunting. The market did slam down hard and then rebound to much higher levels. Looking forward to next week, Friday's close was very bullish, I would expect higher prices on Monday. The weekly close was less informative. I expect prices to remain somewhat firm as we approach the August 8th FOMC meeting on buy the rumor behavior. The only caveat would be a sudden shift in the Fed's rate hike outlook or a big dollar rally.
Shifting over to the gold and silver charts: Last week, I expected gold to retest the $600 level to fill the unfilled gaps. The market did exactly that. I also reported that silver had not participated in much of the recent gold rally. Subsequently, silver appeared less bearish than gold. Like clockwork, the silver market firmed and close higher. Silver also had a very bullish close on Friday. I expect to see higher prices next week in both metals followed by backing and filling as the markets prepare for the next leg higher.
In equities news the markets move up briskly this week posting a broad based rally. The bulls secured the market reigns as bargain hunters picked up recently trashed stocks at discount prices. Despite the incredible push higher, the Dow and S&P remain within broad trading ranges.
Following two months of consolidation, equities investors were rewarded with a powerful updraft in prices by Friday's closing bell. The Dow rallied an impressive 351 points, climbing by 3 percent to 11,219. The Nasdaq rose almost 74 points finishing at 2,094, while the S&P gained 38 points closing at 1278.
Looking over at the stock market charts. The Dow and the SPX are both sitting at resistance within their trading ranges. Watch the resistance area for a potential break-out next week or a return to the consolidation. The Nasdaq improved considerably this week. I would not be surprised to see higher prices in stocks next week followed by a consolidation of recent gains.
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July 29th Goldseek Radio Highlights:
*Dr. Stephen Leeb & David Bond*
*Dr. Stephen Leeb joins us to discuss his latest book: The Coming Economic Collapse. Dr. Leeb correctly forecast the 1990's bull stock market as well as the 1999 peak and impending market crash in tech stocks. Dr. Leeb shows that the 1970's were worse than the 1930's for investors. Stocks, bonds and even cash provided a negative return when adjusted for inflation. Then in 2004 while oil was at merely 33 dollars per barrel, he predicted crude oil prices would soar. In his latest text, he proves that the US is approaching on the greatest economic crisis in the nations history.
*David Bond shares his gold and silver price projections in the second hour. David is precious metals journalist and commentator of the highest caliber. He expects gold to eclipse $1,000 while silver will leaps to $100 in the next few years. David tells us what makes a great gold stock pick and provides two that he thinks will make great investments. David is a regular at gold and silver conferences and shares his industry insider viewpoint that he's gained from years experience.
*Gary Kaltbaum returns to the program following a brief sabbatical. Gary gives his take on stocks and explains why he's not a bull at this time. Next, Jack Chan takes a look at equities and the energy markets. Plus, Bob Chapman tells us why he thinks the gold and silver markets will improve by September and then gold will rocket to $850 before year end. We examine the economic outlook and recent statistical reports as well as timely gold related articles.
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Bottom Line
The Golden Guru Award of The Week goes to David Bond on this weeks radio broadcast. The average of this weeks gold experts is as follows:
($1,000 + $1,700) / 1 = $1,350
Thanks for reading.
Chris Waltzek
cwaltzek@comcast.net

THE GOLD AND SILVER REVIEW July 23, 181st Edition

THE GOLD AND SILVER REVIEW

July 23rd, 2006

180th Edition

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Chris G. Waltzek

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MARKET SUMMARY

*$620 Gold - $10.85 Silver*



PRECIOUS METALS


Following a 4 week advance, precious metals took a break this week to consolidate recent gains. On Wednesday, The Fed. Chairman's Ben Bernanke's speech before the House Financial Services Committee, lead to a short covering rally. Bernanke noted that the weakening housing market and higher energy prices are the slowing the economy which in turn will dampen inflation concerns. But enthusiasm dwindled as traders booked profits on Thursday and Friday. Gold closed at $620 off about $47 while silver finished at $10.85 closing lower by $.60.


Gold has now climbed near 15% from its two-month low posted on June 14 and is up by almost $100 for the year while silver is higher by approximately $2.00. When compared with this years losses in the SPX, Nasdaq and 20 year T-bond markets, gold and silver are showing impressive gains so far - unmatched by most alternatives.


Sources are indicating that the precious metal may trade between $615-and 665 for the next few weeks. Uncertainty regarding domestic interest rates, climbing global rates, high oil prices and the dollar is likely to increase market volatility in the weeks ahead.

In geopolitical news this week, tensions continued to flare between the Israeli army and southern Lebanon. Israel called up thousands of reserve troops and issued warnings to the southern Lebanese people on Friday. After 10 days of consecutive Israeli bombardment upon Lebanon, Hezbollah rocket attacks continued unabated. As a result, many believe a ground offensive is imminent.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced her intention on Friday to meet with the Israeli Prime Minister and Palestinian President in Rome. Sources indicated that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict appears to be contained between the two nations and is unlikely to spread across the region. Traders concluded that oil production will not be threatened by the dispute, which in turn sent crude oil lower this week. Following last weeks climb to a record $80 per barrel, crude oil remains up by more than 20% for the year.

In related news, the dollar rallied sharply to a 3 month high on Monday and Tuesday, but then reversed course on Wednesday following The Fed Chairman's comments. However, investors were not convinced by the dollar sell-off and precious metals followed the dollar lower. Traders noted that the new dollar high point recorded earlier in the week, may indicate further strength in the currency at least in the short term.

On Thursday, the June FOMC meeting minutes were released. The summary noted that higher rates may not be foreordained, hinting that a quarter point rate hike at the upcoming August 8th FOMC meeting may be less likely. Also, the Fed Chairman noted that the he was wary of increasing rates much more. In turn, the dollar sold off as investors sought the Yen and Euro due to the bank of Japan and European central bank higher rate policies.

In related news, The Commodities Futures Trading Commission is reportedly considering an end to the COT, commitment of traders reports. According to Mike Shedlock, the decision will be based on public response to the issue by August 20th. If you would like to defend this important market report and keep it from going the way of the M3 statistic send an email message to secretary@cftc.gov Please put COT report in the subject line or the message will be ignored. The deadline is August 20th.


Meanwhile, there's been considerable buzz surrounding the new 24 Karat US Indian head gold coin. Collectors and investors were equally excited by the timeless and majestic design by James Earle Fraser. However, Goldseek.com published an interesting piece this week concerning an issue with the packaging. In order to meet a June deadline, the US Mint choose mylar wrapping to ship the coins. The large mylar sheets are very difficult to store and cannot be easily held in safes. Bill Haynes of CMI Gold & Silver noted that the sheets require large boxes which increases postal expenses. Whereas simple plastic cases could be stacked safely and neatly into very small boxes and safes. Clearly the US Mint's attempt to protect the new pure gold coins backfired. Let's hope they listen to Mr. Haynes advice.

Following two weeks of consolidation the XAU breached its trading range on the downside. Gold stocks struggled all week giving back 12 points - closing at 133. Despite recent weakness, gold stocks remain in positive territory for the year.


Last week I noted that the weekly candlesticks had been bearish for two weeks in a row. The bearish indicator proved to be correct and the market sold off hard. This week, the market left a bearish candlestick on Friday. I expect to see lower prices next week which may then be followed by bargain hunting at the end of the week. I would not be a buyer until a bullish weekly candlestick is recorded.


Shifting over to the gold and silver charts: Last week, I noted that the precious metals ETF's GLD and SLV had left 2 unfilled bearish gaps and appeared to be short term overbought. Also, that silver did not participate in the huge gold rally this week and that Gold put in a bearish candlestick on Friday. I announced my concerns about gold and silver and insisted that new capital should not be put work at those levels. As anticipated the markets did give back some of their recent gains. Looking forward, GLD appears to be headed toward the two unfilled gaps below. I expect gold to retest the $590-$600 level and close the large unfilled gap in the next few days to weeks ahead. Silver is a different story. The worlds shiniest precious metal did not participate in much of the recent gold rally. Subsequently, silver appears less bearish than gold at this point. However, I would not be putting any more capital to work at these levels and I'm not currently a buyer.

In equities news the markets posted mix results. Stocks rallied sharply into Wednesdays close but by Thursday, it was clear that the bear had regained advantage once again. Tech stocks were hit hardest this week, sending the Nasdaq to even lower lows. While the Dow and S&P remained within broad trading ranges posting modest gains.

Following last weeks 350 point bloodletting, Dow and SPX watchers were pleased with the closing bell this week. The Dow tacked on 129 points, climbing by 1.2 percent to 10,868. The Nasdaq declined by almost 17 points finishing at 2,020, just above the important 2,000 psychological support level while the S&P gained merely 4 points closing at 1240.




Looking over at the stock market charts: Last week I noted that the markets appeared to be in oversold territory and I expected the markets to find a bottom. Right on command the markets rallied into Wednesday. Looking forward, the tech laden Nasdaq tends to lead the markets and it is currently flirting with new lows. Unless you enjoy taking high risks, like base jumping. I'd wait for a trend change before putting new money to work here.

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Radio.Goldseek.com Interview

July 22nd, 2006

*Paul Van Eeden & Bob Chapman*


In the first hour, Bob Chapman and I discuss the latest batch of economic statistics to determine what it all means for the typical American. Bob believes that the summer doldrums in precious metals will pass and that the market will then launch gold and silver to record high points in the next leg higher of the precious metals bull market. Listen close for Bob's latest gold and silver price predictions. Then Jack Chan and I look at the stock charts to decipher what the markets are telling us. Jack called the top in crude oil last week with his $80 per barrel alert, he remains bearish on stocks and expects a four year cycle bottom in the weeks ahead.

In the second hour, Paul Van Eaden tells us why he expects four digit gold prices. Paul thinks that the currency crisis's of the 1990's are a primary driver for the economic woes the nation is facing today. Next, Paul is the first guest on this program to explain how the Former M3 statistic can be easily calculated. In fact, he directs us to the Fed's website and provides a simple technique to find out what the PTB's don't want you to know!


Paul explains why the Fed. has its back against the wall. He insists they must either raise interest rates to encourage Asian bond purchases or monetize the debt, buying treasuries from the government to continue refinancing the domestic debt albatross. Paul tells us how we can follow what he is buying and selling in his portfolio as well as calculate gold's true value.



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*The Gold Guru Predictions*


The recent gold correction has quieted many believers. Here is
Peter Zihlmann's gold forecast: "We follow the DJIA/gold ratio, - which since 1990 fluctuated between 1 and 40, and since the year 2000, when it reached 40 points, slid back to 20 points. We assume that it will continue to fall, as no solution has been found for these considerable problems. If the DJIA drops to 6000 points and if an ounce of gold rises to
$
1,000, we would have a DJIA/gold ratio of 6:1 - by all means a possibility in our opinion. But it could be worse, as last century we often recorded a ratio of less than 2.



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Bottom Line



The Golden Guru Award of The Week goes to Peter Zihlmann price projection. The average of the intermediate-term pundit estimates for gold leads to a single price target of, $1,000



($1,000) / 1 = $1,000

Thanks for reading.

Chris Waltzek

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Sunday, July 23, 2006

Goldseek.com Present: Paul Van Eeden & Host Chris Waltzek

Saturday, July 22nd

Show Highlights:

  • Paul Van Eeden is expecting four digit gold prices. Paul thinks that the currency crisis's of the 1990's are the primary driver for the domestic economic dilemma. Next, Paul explains how the Former M3 statistic can be easily calculated. In fact, he directs us to the Fed.'s website and provides a simple technique to estimate the current M3. Paul explains why the Fed. has its back against the wall. He insists they must either raise interest rates to encourage Asian bond purchases or monetize the debt - buying treasuries from the government to continue financing the domestic debt albatross. Paul tells the listeners how to follow buying his portfolio as well as calculate gold's true value.
  • Bob Chapman and I discuss the latest batch of economic statistics to determine what it all means for the typical American household. Bob believes the summer doldrums in precious metals will pass and then launch gold and silver to record high points in the next leg higher of the precious metals bull market. Listen close for Bob's latest gold and silver price predictions. Then Jack Chan and I look at the stock charts to decipher what the markets are telling us. Jack called the top in crude oil last week with his $80 per barrel alert, he remains bearish on stocks and expects a four year cycle bottom in the weeks ahead.

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Paul van Eeden is an independent investor, analyst and newsletter editor.

Born in South Africa, Paul graduated from university with a degree in chemistry and applied chemistry with additional credits in accounting, economics, business economics, philosophy, statistics, mathematics, biochemistry and physics.

Paul's first business was an African art distributorship, of which he acquired a 50% interest during his first year at university in 1985. He has experience, either as an owner, manager or director, in plastics manufacturing, food supplements and cosmetics distribution, advertising & marketing as well as the manufacturing and distribution of gas detection equipment. Continued at: www.radio.goldseek.com

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Archived Shows:
Richard Russell, Ron Brown & Trading Wizards - June 03, 2006
Jason Hommel, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 27, 2006
Tom Udall, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 20, 2006
Bill Murphy & Michael Covel - May 13, 2006
Jim Sinclair - May 06, 2006
Richard Daughty, The Mogambo Guru - April 28, 2006
Catherine Austin Fitts - April 22, 2006
Mark Leibovit - April 15, 2006
Addison Wiggin - April 8, 2006
Dr. Ron Paul - April 1, 2006
Bob Chapman - March 25, 2006
Dr. Marc Faber - March 18, 2006
John Rubion & David Coffin - March 11, 2006
Julian Phillips & Gary Kaltbaum - March 4, 2006
Steve Forbes & Dr. Van K. Tharp - February 25, 2006
Bob Chapman & Jack Chan - February 18, 2006
Jim Willie, Roland Watson & David Morgan - February 11, 2006
David Morgan
Jim Rogers
James Turk
Dr. Marc Faber
Bill Murphy

Monday, July 17, 2006

GOLDSEEK TV PRESENTS: The Market Weatherman: July 16th.



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Archived Shows:
Richard Russell, Ron Brown & Trading Wizards - June 03, 2006
Jason Hommel, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 27, 2006
Tom Udall, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 20, 2006
Bill Murphy & Michael Covel - May 13, 2006
Jim Sinclair - May 06, 2006
Richard Daughty, The Mogambo Guru - April 28, 2006
Catherine Austin Fitts - April 22, 2006
Mark Leibovit - April 15, 2006
Addison Wiggin - April 8, 2006
Dr. Ron Paul - April 1, 2006
Bob Chapman - March 25, 2006
Dr. Marc Faber - March 18, 2006
John Rubion & David Coffin - March 11, 2006
Julian Phillips & Gary Kaltbaum - March 4, 2006
Steve Forbes & Dr. Van K. Tharp - February 25, 2006
Bob Chapman & Jack Chan - February 18, 2006
Jim Willie, Roland Watson & David Morgan - February 11, 2006
David Morgan
Jim Rogers
James Turk
Dr. Marc Faber
Bill Murphy




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Saturday, July 15th

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  • Tim Wood discusses the 4 year stock market cycle. Stocks have been struggling and Tim thinks that the 4 year cycle will provide a great buying opportunity by this fall. Tim shares his thoughts on precious metals as well as equities and tells us where he thinks they are headed.
  • Bob Chapman shares his views on the gold and silver markets and tells why he believes gold will climb above $1,500. Plus Jack Chan takes a technical look at the charts.
  • In the first half of todays show we discuss a great article sent over by Peter from GoldSeek.com, regarding confiscation and exchange traded funds. We take a closer look at the new gold and silver ETF's to determine if they are the safe alternatives to gold and silver ownership that many believe them to be. You might be surprised at what we uncover. Next we look into the Federal Reserves latest money supply figures to determine just what is really going on behind all of the smoke and mirrors.

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Tim Wood discusses the 4 year stock market cycle. Stocks have been struggling and Tim thinks that the 4 year cycle will provide a great buying opportunity by this fall. Tim shares his thoughts on precious metals as well as equities and tells us where he thinks they are headed.

Bob Chapman shares his views on the gold and silver markets and tells why he believes gold will climb above $1,500. Plus Jack Chan takes a technical look at the charts.

In the first half of todays show we discuss a great article sent over by Peter from GoldSeek.com, regarding confiscation and exchange traded funds. We take a closer look at the new gold and silver ETF's to determine if they are the safe alternatives to gold and silver ownership that many believe them to be. You might be surprised at what we uncover. Next we look into the Federal Reserves latest money supply figures to determine just what is really going on behind all of the smoke and mirrors.

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Pamela Aden, David Garofalo & The Gold Wizards - July 1, 2006

James Turk, Bob Moriarty & The Gold Wizards - June 24, 2006

The Mogambo Guru, Dr. Roger Tutterow & George-Whitehurst-Berry - June 17, 2006

G. Edward Griffin, Kal Gronvall, Gary Kaltbaum, Bob Chapman and Jack Chan - June 10, 2006

Richard Russell, Ron Brown & Trading Wizards - June 03, 2006

Jason Hommel, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 27, 2006

Tom Udall, Gary Stroik, Bob Chapman, Gary Kaltbaum & Jack Chan - May 20, 2006

Bill Murphy & Michael Covel - May 13, 2006

Jim Sinclair - May 06, 2006

Richard Daughty, The Mogambo Guru - April 28, 2006

Catherine Austin Fitts - April 22, 2006

Mark Leibovit - April 15, 2006

Addison Wiggin - April 8, 2006

Dr. Ron Paul - April 1, 2006

Bob Chapman - March 25, 2006

Dr. Marc Faber - March 18, 2006

John Rubion & David Coffin - March 11, 2006

Julian Phillips & Gary Kaltbaum - March 4, 2006

Steve Forbes & Dr. Van K. Tharp - February 25, 2006

Bob Chapman & Jack Chan - February 18, 2006

Jim Willie, Roland Watson & David Morgan - February 11, 2006

David Morgan

Jim Rogers

James Turk

Dr. Marc Faber

Bill Murphy

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