Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, Nov 13, 2003 This week a popular gold community advisor warned that investment advisors create a self-fulfilling prophecy when they influence market participants to buy small market cap stocks. I agree completely. But this other advisor then went on to imply that such advice to buy small… Continue reading Is the Silver Market Too Small to Buy?
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, Nov 6, 2003 Inflation is defined as an increase in volume of the money supply, and deflation, as a decrease. Thus, the money supply is said to be either growing (inflating) or shrinking (deflating). But there is a problem. The definitions for inflation and deflation contain a false… Continue reading Inflation & Deflation During Hyperinflation
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, Jan 22, 2003 Based on my readings of GATA’s work (www.lemetropolecafe.com), my readings of Ted Butler’s work (www.butlerresearch.com), and a little application of common sense, I see clearly that the gold and silver futures markets are manipulated and controlled by the endless creation and selling of futures contracts.… Continue reading The Moral Failures of the Paper Longs
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, Jan 14, 2003 Editor’s Note: The following communiqué exchanges between Jason Hommel and the CFTC about the Silver Problem. Open Letter To the Authorities of the Silver Markets In reply to David Kass, Senior Economist, CFTC. Date: January 8, 2003 From: “Kass, David” dkass@CFTC.GOV … Continue reading CFTC Response to Silver Problem
Silver Stock Report, by Jason Hommel, January 10, 2003 My previous article, “Why no talk of $32,567/oz ?” was so well received and people were so enthusiastic and encouraging I’m overjoyed. I received 110 letters in two days, 180 in the last week, and I responded to nearly every one of the first hundred letters.… Continue reading People Talking About $32,567/oz
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, Jan 6, 2003 Michael Gorham, Director of Market Oversight U.S. CFTC (Commodity futures trading commission) Three Lafayette Centre 1155 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC 20581 Telephone: (202) 418-5260 Facsimile: (202) 418-5527 Email: —– Neal Wolkoff, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer New York Mercantile Exchange World… Continue reading Open Letter to the Authorities of the Gold and Silver Markets
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, Jan 2, 2003 What I learned at the San Francisco Gold Mining and Precious Metals Conference on Dec. 1-2, 2002: I have been diligently studying the precious metals markets through the internet and books for five years now. I’ve written a few articles, trying my best to… Continue reading Why no talk of $32,567/oz ?
Before the discussion of the text of Revelation 17-18 here is the text: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Revelation+17-18&version=KJV It’s very important to know who the Great Harlot is if we are to obey the command in Rev 18:4, “Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her… Continue reading The Great Harlot of Rev 17-18 is Jerusalem
by Jason Hommel, October 28, 2002 Now refuting (47) false ideas about gold and precious metals that prevent people from investing in them. I have attempted to refute these false ideas to convince people to change their minds and behavior, so that they can protect their wealth by owning gold. False ideas about gold have… Continue reading Refuting Myths about Gold
by Jason Hommel, June 10, 2002 On Tuesday, June 4th, the spot price of gold plunged from $329/oz. To $325/oz. during after market hours, and over the course of the next day, declined further to $321/oz. Less than 24 hours later, it was quickly reported by www.theminingweb.com and GATA that this was a result of… Continue reading Controlling Gold with Paper
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, May 29, 2002 The coming default on gold futures contracts by the short sellers and large bullion banks will surprise many (because they don’t know what it is and therefore cannot anticipate it), and will most likely act to catapult gold prices into 4, 5, or even 6 figures… Continue reading Impending Gold Futures Default
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, May 6, 2002 Argentina’s peso crisis has highlighted a seldom discussed phenomenon in supply and demand analysis. One writer pointed this out, but I read from so many sources, I forgot to remember who said the following: The supply of the peso actually shrank, but demand collapsed faster,… Continue reading A Few Supply and Demand Fundamentals of the Dollar and Gold
Gold and Silver in Bible Prophecy I’ve been studying the subjects of Bible prophecy (prophecy is the Bible’s predictions of the future) and the precious metals market for the past several years. Interestingly, both subjects are quite related in that they focus on what the future will bring, and both subjects require a dedicated search… Continue reading Gold and Silver in Bible Prophecy
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, March 24, 2001 Editor’s Note: The following is an interview between GOLD-EAGLE and market analyst Jason Hommel. Most of the questions put to Mr. Hommel reflect some of the common concerns many investors have regarding the current gold market. His answers provide a good overview of the situation for… Continue reading Hommel’s View of Gold: Interview with Gold-Eagle
Silver Stock Report by Jason Hommel, June 24, 2000 Many people argue that gold is undervalued, but by how much? What are some rational higher prices, and how can we determine these other prices? To answer this question I have envisioned different scenarios to determine relative values of gold at varying parameters. I… Continue reading Gold Price Under Differing Scenarios