Institutional Advisors Archive 2006-2011
DEC 28th 2010 - In the first of the Frisby's Bulls And Bears 2011 New Year's Predictions, Dominic Frisby talks to Bob Hoye of Institutional Advisors and finds out about what he sees ahead in 2011:
Bob Hoye reviews 2010 and the upcoming year.
The Curve Steepens Parts 1, 2 & 3 Howestreet.com audio archive:
"GLOBAL WARNING!" DEC 8th 2010 - "Our proprietary Momentum Peak Forecaster has been useful in anticipating the conclusion of some great market moves. We stumbled on this indicator in a timely manner in 1998 and it has worked on different manias from precious metals in 1980 to the housing peak in 2006."
BNN VIDEO HOWARD GREEN INTERVIEW with Bob Hoye and Alex Jurshevski (CEO, Recovery Partners) SEP 8th 2010 - "With reports that some European banks might have been let off easy when it came to July's stress tests, sovereign debt woes have the potential to have a deep impact on the overall economy, governments, financial institutions and currencies."
PART I http://watch.bnn.ca/clip345410#clip345386
PART II http://watch.bnn.ca/clip345410#clip345389
"A Business Cycle Primer" AUG 4th 2010 - Main Stream Economics will be ground between the millstones of Wall Street and Main Street.
"Chartworks Update of the Post-Bubble Charts" AUG 3rd 2010 - Regardless of the numerous stimulus plans, the consolidation phase continues to be similar to the Dow post 1929, Dow post 1966, Gold post 1980 and Nikkei post 1990.
"Governments Are Born Stoic And Die Epicurean" MAY 20th 2010 - Bob Hoye's presentation to the Committee for Monetary Research and Education (cmre.org) in NYC - "The phrase modifies an observation by Will Durant, who was an historian practical enough to appreciate the irony often found in history. More specifically, the long history of those who keep coming up with claims that financial history can be successfully altered provides exquisite irony. Over and over again."
Chris Waltzek interviews Bob Hoye APR 20th 2010 on GoldSeek.com Radio - "The Age of Enlightenment set the serfs free.... the Fed has us back to serfdom."
"SOVEREIGN DEBT FOLLIES" FEB 23rd 2010 - "IT HAS TAUGHT US NOTHING" Another episode of sovereign defaults seems to be well under way, which prompts the question about just how bad can it get?
"PRINCELY FINANCE AND TAXATION" (Our Annual Christmas Number) DEC 22nd 2009 - "One would have hoped that financial rip-offs committed by medieval princes would have been permanently shelved when liberal enlightenment ended the divine right of kings."
"Authoritarian Audacity is Going to Crash" OCT 15th 2009 - Bob Hoye's presentation to the Committee for Monetary Research & Education (CMRE) in NYC. "Under various compelling arguments the state has imposed its authority in a manner unseen in four hundred years. Since the early 1900s the main pitch has been that economic central planning has been needed for the public good. Eastern Europe got Marx. The Western World got Keynes. However, as marked by the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, folks who had suffered from too much central planning began throw it off. Political reform swept the world and in the 1990s many hardline socialists slipped into the environmental movement. Within this, man-caused global warming has been a powerful ploy in imposing authority and in academe – harvesting grant money."
"FREEDOM 2010 The Good Guys Get to Win" OCT 11th 2009 - Bob Hoye's speech to the 33rd Annual New Orleans Investment Conference "I don't know what it is like in your neighborhood, but Vancouver, where I live, is plagued by a number of critters. There are urban bears, urban coyotes, urban raccoons, urban skunks and urban socialists. Of course, the latter have done the most harm.
"GREAT DEPRESSIONS ARE SO METHODICAL" Expanded May 22nd 2009 from the Presentation by Bob Hoye to the Committee for Monetary Research & Education (CMRE) in New York May 15/09 - "One of the features of a great boom is the excitement of shared convictions about eternal prosperity. One of the features of the consequent contraction is bewilderment about how suddenly the bust arrived. Beyond those directly hit, the establishment becomes perplexed by the loss of liquidity and wonders where the money went."
Bob Hoye speaking to the Committee for Monetary Research and Education (CMRE) at the Spring Dinner May 2009 in New York. Youtube:
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbBupJctwRY&feature=related
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZAAx0UVJdk&feature=related
"Time For Juniors?" APR 6th 2009 - Youtube Interview with Bob Hoye by Tom Jeffries ... Bob's unique perspective on where to go now.
"SIGNS OF THE TIMES" OCT 21st 2008 - It seems that ambitious policy makers have finally made a sow's ear out of a silk purse. The Washington Post had a headline: "The End of American Capitalism" Don't they and most interventionists wish, but more than likely the collapse is marking the eventual end of market rigging by a priesthood of philosopher kings. It really takes some mixed metaphors to get across just how hazardous generations of arbitrary policy can become.
"Commodities and Politics" JUL 18th 2008 -A huge change in both is possible. "...it is worth noting that throughout all, repeat all, of financial history, prosperity has been associated with rising commodity prices and hard times with declining commodity prices."
RETROSPECTIVE III Institutional Advisors AUG 29th 2008 ChartWorks May 26, 2008 "...As the liquidity pressures concluded in January, our work suggested a general revival of the "good stuff" with grain and base metal prices rallying into March-April. Crude had a possible high in March or May. Corporate credit spreads were also likely to narrow into the potential seasonal reversal in May. We have covered this in a timely manner in our regular publications and now Ross has built a thorough case for a significant change in the stock markets..."
RETROSPECTIVE II Institutional Advisors AUG 29th 2008 Pivotal Events January 31, 2008 "...We have had the month of January as a possible low for the initial phase of forced liquidation of suddenly insupportable positions in the stock markets. This was global and dislocated most sectors. Using the Nasdaq, the "crash" ran for the typical 55 trading days to Wednesday, January 22. With this accomplished, the rebound could run into March and retrace some 40% to 50% of the loss. It is worth emphasizing that the break followed mounting problems in the credit markets, which change is first, in the order in ending a boom and starting a cyclical contraction. The irony is that the next step on the way is the break in the stock market, which is inevitably followed by the economy rolling over. Earnings usually turn with commodities, and those who "study" the economy to determine the course of the stock market are working with a self-imposed and costly handicap...."
RETROSPECTIVE I Institutional Advisors AUG 29th 2008 Pivotal Events January 24, 2008 "...Our intermediate outlook theme included that in the early stages of a post-bubble contraction, that the month of November could conclude the capitulation of the initial bust. In our case, we noted that when this was running late the washout could complete in January (as following the 1825 Bubble). This pattern also provided for stability in December and a plunge into January. This we have and to an excessive degree as determined by the ChartWorks proprietary model. Using the Nasdaq Comp as a proxy, the plunge has registered a "Downside Capitulation" on the daily reading – the weekly rarely kicks in. The record has been consistent in determining the low on the initial phase of a bear, with an outstanding example occurring on April 17, 2000....."
"REVISED INTELLECTUAL HYSTERIA" (Revised) MAR 7th 2008 - The title Intellectual Hysteria may seem like a non-sequiter. Regrettably it is not, and starting with Thomas Malthus at the end of the 1700s, there have been some outstanding examples of otherwise introspective intellectuals becoming high-profile preachers of doom and gloom.
"Signs Of The Times" NOV 5th 2007 - MARKETS HAVE HAD A COUP de WHISKEY (Partial reprint of the Nov 1st Pivotal Events)
"CREDIT IS THREE-DIMENSIONAL" OCT 30th 2007 - The Fed has little influence on the curve, or credit spreads, and the concept of a national credit market is nonsense.
"THE ROPESPINNER CONSPIRACY" SEP 6th 2007 - The Ropespinner Conspiracy is a novel by Michael M. Thomas, a former investment banker who writes enjoyable novels about high finance. The title relates to Lenin’s observation the “Capitalism will sell us the rope with which we hang it”. Published in 1987 the story is about a brilliant but insidious Soviet conspiracy to infiltrate the U.S. banking system and corrupt it to its own destruction.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" AUG 30th 2007 - A credit expansion will eventually become irresistible to the point where “everyone” is fully exposed to the hazard of falling prices. Then going the other way, when weakening prices reveal the loss of phoney liquidity, it eventually impacts all aspects of credit. The next hit on the schedule will be to long-dated treasuries and that will be another downer for the stock market.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" AUG 16th 2007 - Over the past week, the Financial Markets have taken another dramatic step towards a cyclical credit contraction. Despite conventional wisdom, credit contagion has disturbed two other bastions of complacency.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" AUG 2nd 2007 - It is important to discredit (scary connotation) the very popular notion that it was “liquidity” that was driving the markets and prosperity. Actually, as history so frequently shows, the mechanism works the other way – soaring prices stimulate leverage, which is a practical but impolite word for credit expansion.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" JUL 26th 2007 - Those armed with interventionist theories rather than with the evidence of financial history seem compelled to deny a natural turn towards a credit contraction, when its time has come.
"The Unholy Trinity" JUL 23rd 2007 - Financial innovations to create credit out of thin air are always tempting but it takes a truly reckless culture to make it a tool of policy makers.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" JUL 5th 2007 - Last week the BIS published an overview on the financial markets that was meant to be sobering and, as belated as it is, sobriety is the usual consequence to “Rational Exuberance”. So far sobriety has been selective.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" JUN 28th 2007 - The notion is that with the Fed managing things “nothing can go wrong”. Ironical as it is, the resultant confidence increases the amount of risk carried.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" JUN 20th 2007 - This reminds of the old observation that in a contraction it can be difficult, if not impossible, even for AAA ratings to obtain loans, while in a boom it’s impossible for any credit to refuse a loan.
"Rational Exuberance" JUN 7th 2007 - Podcast Interview of Bob Hoye from London England by Dominic Frisby of Commodity Watch Radio:
"CHARTWORKS" JUN 4th 2007 - Uranium Stock Consolidations Now in Full Force While Canadian investors have been very familiar with the price action in uranium and the related stocks over the past few years it only became a front page item in the US during March/April of 2007.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 31st 2007 - Lately our theme has been that “Rational Exuberance” would conclude the bull market. Other than spoofing Greenspan’s exclamation of December 1996, the term is meant to explore the rational nature of great financial events.
"CHARTWORKS" MAY 30th 2007 - Gold is having a difficult time clearing through resistance since breaking out of the symmetrical triangle in January. The lid at $690 is proving to be more formidable than expected. Various support levels are evident, but $635 appears to be the most important.
"CHARTWORKS" MAY 30th 2007 - T-Note Yields on the Rise For the past five years we have been displaying the following chart that correlates the inverse action of interest rates now verses twenty-two years ago. We are currently in the early stage of another time window (green arrow) where a well defined increase in long rates should be expected.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 24th 2007 - The theory and practice of policymaking over the past 100 years has been corrupt and in ascendancy only because it transfers inordinate power and wealth to the state. That this is done through relentless currency depreciation is well known.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 17th 2007 - The full understanding of credit and its cycles has been provided by the Austrian School of Economics. Its leading exponent has been Ludwig von Mises and some of his comments bear witness to today's one-way excesses.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 10th 2007 - A piece in WSJ.com on April 30 provided an outstanding review of over-employed leverage, or as it is euphemistically called – liquidity.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" APR 19th 2007 - "The huge zoom that prompted a cluster of “upside exhaustion” readings in February continues to be the salient feature. These readings had not been seen since 1Q 2000, which then suggested the possibility of a cyclical peak for the stock market."
"A CLASSIC MARKET BREAK" MAR 5th 2007 - ...Perhaps much of the initial panic is in the markets and, while some relief is possible, the overall action seems to be on a path that in the past has led to a liquidity crisis.
"STOCK MARKET AND CREDIT CONTAGION?" FEB 27th 2007 - The February 12th 2007 "CHARTWORKS" reviewed the "Pi Cycle", which called for a spike in the leading components of the boom running up to around February 26. The key to this is the zoom and then break.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" FEB 22nd 2007 - "After Subprime: Lax Lending Lurks Elsewhere" WSJ, February 20/07 The article reviewed some research by UBS that notes that the downturn in the sub-prime mortgage market was "marked by an unexpectedly large number of early defaults", by which borrowers stop paying shortly after getting their mortgages.
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" FEB 15th 2007 - "The number of [residential] foreclosures jumped 18% in the last half of 2006 – with as many as 100 homes going on the block each week in both Brooklyn and Queens." The New York Daily News, February 12/07
"CHARTWORKS" FEB 12th 2007 - "The 8.6 Year Cycle, TSX, Canadian Dollar & Precious Metals Stocks"
"GOLD EXPLORATION" DEC 22nd 2006 - "This updates the study dated September 19, 2006, that concluded that gold's real price was close to bottoming and that the gold sector should be aggressively bought."
"THE CONSEQUENCE OF REAL ESTATE BUBBLES" AUG 29th 2006 - "Bears, bulls, and the merely complacent are all commenting on the condition of the housing market. The following articles cover real estate booms and busts back to Roman times."
"ACTUARIALLY-DRIVEN INVESTORS & FINANCIAL FADS" JUN 16th 2006 - "Unfortunately, the ivory tower culture of actuarial work is vulnerable to the vast but recurring changes in fashions in stocks, bonds, real estate, and (shudder) now in commodities."
"ENERGY MANIAS" MAY 18th 2006 - "It seems that most people from Wall Street to Main Street to those in government are worried about the phenomenon called 'Peak Oil'."
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 18th 2006 - "As we have been discussing, the blowoff of a great speculation is a violent clash of bullish emotions and the reality of implacable market forces."
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 11th 2006 - "Our historical work on silver and gold peaks has been timely."
"Peak Oil" CBC Radio Transcript May 9th 2006
"...people from Wall Street to Main Street to those in government are worried about the phenomenon called 'Peak Oil'."
"PIVOTAL EVENTS" MAY 3rd 2006 - "This is a huge blowoff and the speculative focus ranges from homes to base metals and energy concepts as well as the abilities of the Fed to keep depreciating the dollar."
"WHY BULL MARKETS GO UP FOREVER" APR 12th 2006 - "The following piece documents the remarkably similar reasons why the bull markets of 1929 and 2000 were unique and should run forever. Despite this reasoning and with remarkable fidelity, they both lasted for 116 months. That's from the top of the last business cycle with the old era of inflation to the euphoric climax of speculation."
"Junior Gold Exploration Companies" Financial Post MAR 25th 2006 William Hanley interview of Bob Hoye
"CHARTWORKS GOLD" JAN 17th 2006 - "Gold is Running Like a Cheetah Rather Than a Bull"
Dec 30/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Year Of The Dragon - 2011 limps to a close; more of the same next year?
Dec 28/11 BNN Headine Video: Howard Green interviews Bob Hoye (Institutional Advisors) and Alex Jurshevski (Recovering Partners) - A look ahead into 2012, Europe and Testicles.
Dec 23/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Christmas Show - Your questions; we hand out gifts as Santa rallies!
Dec 19/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Watch The Dollar! - USD key to gold’s next move.
Dec 16/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Giving Up On Gold? - Gartman gets out… is he right or wrong this time?
Dec 9/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Euro News Boosts Markets - Markets applaud, but Euro deal a long way off.
Dec 6/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Gold Set To Break Out? - Keep an eye on gold – some fascinating parallels.
Dec 2/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Markets Get Festive - Central bank moves ignite stocks… but fix a long way off.
Nov 29/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Seasonal Influences - A holiday tip for small cap investors.
Nov 25/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Black Friday… In Europe - Merkel kills Eurobond, Italian yields rise.
Nov 21/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Anxiety Reigns Supreme - Markets, metals tumble on more bad news from Europe, US.
Nov 19/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Eurozone Spooks Markets… Again - ECB buys debt, markets and metals sluggish.
Nov 11/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Stocks Rally, Italy “Recovers” - Lower bond yields cheer markets… for now.
Nov 7/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Miners Looking Good - undervalued sector gets respect as earnings improve, gold jumps.
Nov 4/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Inaction Plan - Eurocrats promise… to keep meeting!
Oct 28/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Show Me The Money - Bob wonders where the European bailout “funds” are coming from.
Oct 22/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Hope For Europe? Markets rally as Eurocrats work overtime on “ambitious” plan.
Oct 20/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Dr. Copper Catches Cold - Base metal close to support... what next?
Oct 14/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Dollar In Focus - USD slips, metals up; equity opportunity looming.
"Massive Struggle" Bob Hoye's presentation to the Halkin Conference, in London England OCT 11th 2011 - No doubt policymakers still consider themselves as the powers of light in a financial world that would otherwise be dark and chaotic. A random world of unenlightened chaos. When their intentions of stability are interrupted by adversity macroeconomists claim
"Exogenous!". If things go really bad – its "Super-Exogenous". When things go wrong for most policy makers it was due to a "Policy Overshoot!", or at the bottom of a recession – it's "Undershoot!". You get the picture. With great un-expectations, there always something out there to blame.
Oct 7/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Dollar Rallies, Euro Fades - More consolidation in metals; new COT figures.
Sep 30/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Third Quarter Blues - Markets volatile, economies struggle, recession talk grows.
Sep 27/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Metals Take a Break - Gold, silver pull back for the next leg up.
Sep 23/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Gold-Silver Ratio Goes Ballistic - Fed spooks markets again; damage could be short lived.
Sep 16/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Shooting The Rapids - Economists warn of rough times ahead… no kidding!
Sep 13/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Gold Season - Ross charts seasonal trends in precious metals, S&P and oil.
Sep 6/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Golden Summer - Might be September, but markets and currencies are still volatile!
CKNW RADIO MONEY TALKS AUG 29th 2011 - Michael Levy Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK (Scroll past the news & weather to the interview start):
Aug 19/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Liquidity… Or Liquidation? Volatility rules as credit spreads widen.
Aug 16/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Sentiment At Extremes - From the “death cross” to the VIX, markets nervous.
Aug 12/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Fear Takes The Wheel - Markets gripped by uncertainty as gold zooms.
Aug 9/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Gold Rush, Market Exodus - Fed keeps rates low as markets bounce, gold soars.
Aug 5/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Summer Of The Bear - Stocks decline, gold holds and silver wilts.
Aug 2/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Another Gold Record! - Gold continues to hit new highs.
July 29/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Bull Market… In Common Sense.
July 26/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Default Talk Energizes Gold - Record low for USD, record high for gold.
July 22/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Copper Under Pressure - Bear market in base metal miners coming?
BNN Headline Paul Waldie interviews Bob Hoye as well as Rob Cox (Reuters News) JUL 20th 2011 - US Debt Ceiling Negotiations
Part 1 http://watch.bnn.ca/headline/july-2011-/headline-july-20-2011/#clip503843
Part 2 http://watch.bnn.ca/headline/july-2011-headline-july-20-2011/#clip503847
The interviews start at about 2.2min in Part One after the topic setup by Paul, and Part One should automatically forward into Part Two.
July 19/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Summer Breakout For Gold - Precious metals pop on debt worries; Ross looks at GDX and GDXJ.
July 16/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Default Looms, Gold Zooms - Precious metals rock while lawmakers talk… and talk… and talk.
July 12/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: China, Italy Spook Markets - US dollar strong against Euro.
July 5/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Buy Signal - Resource stocks due to pop.
July 1/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: A Typical Summer - Greece simmers; markets pop; silver rally coming.
June 27/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Summer Relief - Dow rebounds; oil stimulus; we look at the gold/silver ratio.
June 24/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Goldman, Sachs and... Murphy? Bernanke spooks markets; Greece tightens; commodities weaken.
June 17/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Shuffle Those Deck Chairs - Greece shuffles cabinet as default looms, markets slump.
June 15/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Oversold! Stocks slump after bad news; good news for silver.
June 11/11 This week in Money Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Momentum Peak Forecaster. (Interview with Bob starts after Garth Turner at 16.55 minutes)
June 10/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Dow Falls, Sky To Follow - Bernanke frustrated, Bill Gross nervous… sounds like summer doldrums!
"Time To Be Careful In The Markets" JUN 6th 2011 - Youtube Money & Wealth interview with Bob Hoye.
June 3/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Jobs Shock Stalks Stocks - May numbers haunt markets as credit spreads widen, commodities slump.
June 1/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Summer Suggestions - Ross agrees with fellow technicians that Summer 2011 will include a preponderance of pullbacks.
May 28/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: This Week in Money - Bob Hoye - Update on gold, silver, mining stocks & US$.
May 27/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Relief Rally! - Commodities pop as the dollar drops.
May 25/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: US Dollar Rally? - Ross looks at the possibilities of a late spring rebound.
"Riots, Revolutions and Great Reformations" MAY 21st 2011 - Bob Hoye's presentation to the Spring Dinner of the Committee for Monetary Research and Education (cmre.org) in NYC.
May 20/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Not-So-Precious Metals - A Momentum Trifecta for silver!
May 18/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Covered Writing Options - Ross discusses one of many methods investors should consider as a means to offset volatile markets.
May 14/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Commodities "Stabilize" Bob checks in from New York City.
May 10/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Silver Consistent with History - Ross looks at silver’s performance over several decades and notes right now it’s trending consistently with previous highs and lows.
May 6/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Silver Bull Takes Profits - Eric Sprott sells silver, buys shares.
May 3/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: How Low Will Silver Go? Ross sees a correction ahead for silver and has some thoughts on how deep it might be.
Apr 29/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Silver Makes History - Precious metals overbought, next bubble in… coffee?
Apr 26/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Volatile Summer Alert - Ross says volatility will prevail through the summer of 2011 and investors should be ready to take profits and not to stay ‘married’ to ideas.
Apr 22/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Momentum Trifecta - Market, metals top continues to build.
Apr 19/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Debt Threats May Work - Ross looks at the S & P threatened downgrade of US credit rating as a ’motivation’ for political cooperation on saving the US dollar.
Apr 15/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Silver Exhausted? Markets change character as metals run out of steam.
Apr 12/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Silver Exhaustion Alert - Ross suggests a careful watch for a pullback on the metals.
Apr 9/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Silver Soars, Dollar Gets Whacked - Silver hits new high; party still on!
Apr 5/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Gold and Silver - Time to tighten stops.
Apr 1/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Get Off The Cornice - Oil, gold and silver still in play… but for how long?
Mar 29/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Time For Vigilance - Ross advises a close watch on metals values.
Mar 25/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Sentiment Dives, Silver Zooms - Commodity strength buoys markets as outlook shrinks.
Mar 22/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Settling Down - Ross warns of more volatility ahead, despite more ‘normal’ recent days.
Mar 18/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Test Of Exuberance - Markets uncertain despite good news from Japan, Libya.
Mar 16/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: A Transition Period Ross advises not to make any impulsive moves.
Mar 11/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Band Stops Playing, Party Ends Gold, silver still in play as oil falters, stocks drop.
Mar 8/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Oil - the Next Shakeout? Ross looks at the impact of rising crude costs.
Mar 4/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Dancing On A Snow Cornice - Gold/silver ratio hits a new low… party still on!
Mar 1/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Time for Vigilance in Silver Ross warns speculators.
Feb 26/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: How to spot a repeating market cycle.
Included after the interview with Bob are: Dr. Marc Faber - Rising food and oil prices and Garth Turner - Why you should get a TFSA.
Feb 25/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Correction Zone - Rebound within six weeks of failure.
Feb 23/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Metals Tracking Historical Past - They never imitate exactly, but are very close.
Feb 20/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Window Of Effervescence - Silver goes ballistic, markets roar as traders fret.
Feb 16/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Precious Metals On Target - Buying opportunities for careful investors.
Feb 11/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: All One Market - For Now Markets confident as peak forecaster alarm sounds.
Feb 4/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Last Stage Into Dodge - Speculation grows as warning signs increase.
Jan 28/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Stock Shock - Markets plunge as gold slips, oil jumps.
Jan 26/11 Talk Digital Network Audio Interview with ROSS CLARK: Positive for Precious Metals.
Jan 21/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: Correction Zone - Character change in gold-silver ratio a setback for markets.
Jan 15/11 Howe Street Audio Interview with BOB HOYE: New Signal - The Momentum Peak Forecaster is producing an important signal.