rbnotes - by Robert Burt - This is page is linked to from my free homepage for goldbugs, zackspages.com.

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July 25, 2015 = One may do well to assume that current economic events are due to certain people's deliberate intentions. The owners of international banks would like to end up with everybody's money. What is consistent with this view? The price of gold will continue to decline. Stock markets will decline severely, perhaps this coming Autumn. The falling price of gold will cause a decline in the price of gold mining shares, maybe even to the point that many, if not all gold miners will be bankrupt, thus stopping for a time the supply of new gold. Demand for gold however will remain high. A general fall in stock market prices will help to make mining stocks go down. The US dollar will probably rise or at least not fall significantly. At this time (date unknown), the dollar will be at a relative high, gold will be at a relative low, and banks can then purchase gold cheaply, foreign holders of US bonds may think it is a good time to sell them, and the price of bonds may significantly decline. Inflation in the US dollar will result. The price of precious metals will begin to increase, eventually resulting in a very low value for the US dollar, and a very high value for gold. At this time the central banks may sell their gold holdings to national governments, gaining for themselves a very high value for a very low price. This might be the best time to sell one's gold. After they do this, the owners of the national and international banks would be prepared to invest their gains by buying the infrastructures of various failed or failing nations. The price of gold would decline, and national currencies may be replaced with new currencies. This is consistent with the destruction of national economies that we can see going on right now. I don't know whether the events I am describing here are real and true, but they make sense within the context of the idea that the owners of the international and national banks are functioning in similar ways to bring about outcomes which they might perceive as being in their financial interest. This is only a suspected potentiality of possible events, based on the idea that where humans are involved outcomes are likely to be intended. This process would probably take years. But these processes have been going on for years. Precisely what point they are at right now is not known to me. But I can see the possibilities of these events unfolding, given the present confluence of circumstances.


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March 12, 2015 = An entity is eating up the offers, which might mean that it will be easier for gold to rise. This happened after midnight my time, when Hong Kong and NYGlobex were open.


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February 7, 2015 = Could gold go to 800? Absolutely. Will it? Not sure yet.

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February 6, 2015 = It seems to me likely that gold will test 1200. If it does, my primary expectation is that it will probably stay above 1180.

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January 18, 2015 = Now at 1280.30, I am expecting below 1270. [As of February 6, it went to about 1313 and fell back to about 1230. The increase was due to exogenous events relating to the Swiss Franc and when that move was over, the gold price reverted to its previous circumstance.]

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January 15, 2016 = Following this morning's announcement by the Swiss National Bank that it will remove the ceiling on the Swiss Frank, February gold contracts have risen from around 1227 to more than 1267, a move of about 40 dollars. Looking at the day's charts, to me it seems likely that it could decline from there, probably to somewhere between 1230 and 1240. This is not advice, just my opinion at this moment (11:16 AM CST).

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January 13, 2015 = Regarding today's chart as shown, of 12:36:06 PM CST.

   The question now is whether gold will stay above 1200. It could retest it. If 1200 holds, gold could then move to 1240 or even to 1250 faster than it did in the past few days. Or it could simply go higher from here (1235 as I write this), and because it has already exceeded the previous daily high of 1240, its next increase would then be 1250. It could even move above 1250 quickly from here, but convincing evidence for such a move remains to be seen. There is still some question about 1200. If gold falls below 1200, that will once again open the question of 1140.



Robert Burt