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Sunday, November 19, 2006

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Market WrapUp for Friday, November 17th
Mike Hartman


The stock markets are under pressure this morning with weaker than expected data in the residential real estate market and today being the expiration date for November stock options. The U.S. Dollar Index opened in positive territory, but it didn’t take long to roll-over to negative territory following the weak economic data. Bond prices are moving higher, pushing interest rates lower as the bond market has been whip-sawed between inflation pressures and slowing economic growth. Crude oil is hitting fresh new lows for the year with the December contract touching $55.00 a barrel today. Gold and silver came into New York trading with a lower open, but are moving higher through the early trading hours as the dollar continues to slide lower.

Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman Dies
Prominent free-market economist Milton Friedman, recipient of the 1976 Nobel Prize for Economic Science, passed away Thursday at the age of 94.

CATO Tribute | Mike Hodges Tribute

China: Is the Showdown Finally Starting? by Joe Duarte
11/17 Financial Sense Junior Gold Index Review by Frank Barbera
Upward and Onward by Roger Conrad
11/17 4-Year Cycle Rules by Carl Swenlin
11/16 Family Income Report by Michael Hodges
11/15 The Next Big Investment by Elliot Gue
Moneyization Part 32 or Gold May Benefit From Election by Ned Schmidt
11/13 Gold: Putting It Into Perspective by George Kleinman
China Will Affect the Gold Price - Why? by Julian D.W. Phillips
11/13 Soft Landing or Recession? Martin Weiss with Claus Vogt
11/13 Trade Alert: Gold and Silver by Pearce Financial
11/13 Money Talks by Dr. Peter Navarro with Andrew Vaino
Fear Mongering and SOX by Paul Petillo
Peak Oil: The Infrastructure Spending Crisis by Dr. Joe Duarte

11/18 Precious Points: Inflation Hedge or Cutting-Edge, Old is the New New
by Oroborean
11/18 Leonardo or Santa? by Dominick aka spwaver
11/17 Hang On...The S&P is Going Higher by David Petch
11/17 Historical Norms Don't Apply by Peter Schiff
11/17 Time to Buy Canadian Income Trusts Again? by Deepcaster
11/17 Dow/Gold Ratio Yet Another Way by Gary Tanashian
11/17 Clash of the Titans by Andy Sutton
11/16 The Fed Barks, But Does Not Bite by Chris Ciovacco
11/16 They All Rolled Over and One Fell Out by Rob Kirby

11/16 What Equity Market is Missing? by Michael Pento
11/15 Point of Interest - What the PE Ratio Trend is Telling Us by Hans Wagner
11/15 High Noon For Equities by John Tyler

11/15 Gold Fear Premium Returning vs. Economic Slowing by Chris Laird

11/15 Scaling Perceptions and the Global Equity Boom by Joseph Russo

11/15 New World Order: The Ages of Time by Doug Gnazzo

11/14 Why gold? by Greg Silberman
11/14 Resource Opportunities Are Exploding! by David Vaughn

11/14 A Lower Trade Deficit Unlikely to Save the Dollar by Axel Merk
11/13 Too Much of a Good Thing: Proceed to the Exit, Pt.3 by Doug Wakefield with Ben Hill

Precious Metals - Critical Diversifier by Nick Barisheff
11/13 Net Commercials and False Breakdowns by James West
11/13 Are Arab Oil kingdoms and China Attracted to Gold's Glitter? by Gary Dorsch
11/13 Facts on Housing Boom-Bust Cycles & Recessions by Jas Jain
11/13 Revisiting the Dow-Gold Ratio by Gary Tanashian
11/13 Lurk in the Weeds by Bill Bryan
11/13 Prospecting for Mining Companies by Dollardaze aka Mike Hewitt
11/13 Gold and the U.S. Dollar by Robert McHugh, PhD