A look at why corporate earnings are hitting big marks, the dramatic change in gold fundamentals as Central Banks Buy Gold, gold's true value,

Ivan Lo looks at the sideways market, the outlook for gold, and two interesting charts that shows the market predicts violence.

A way to protect your wealth with gold and silver, a bold call on the S&P, and how much treasuries is the fed buying?

How high frequency trading affects commodities, examples of gold and silver price manipulation, Pan Asian Gold Exchange Gets Axed, and countries hoard gold

The Market Surprises: Market predictions continue to true, what to expect in the near term, the biggest holders of US debt, and a look at gold and silver.

A Record Breaking Event: A look at the World Gold Council's latest report on gold demand, as well as our great monetary easing era.

A look at why gold will continue to rise, the overall economic health of the world, and beating the system.

Does the stock market dictate our future, or does our future dictate the stock market? A report on how computer traders have taken over the market and how it is being manipulated for the gains of those who run them.

I know things have been volatile and people are running scared, but even as the market looked like it was about to collapse - it didn't. Even as short selling bets against the Standard & Poor's 500 Index rose to a nine-month high last week, that doesn't mean we're going to see a major pullback. If we do, those will be prime opportunities to pick up more cheap stock. That's why I have been proactive in telling readers...

or months, we have been waiting on Bernanke to make his speech at Jackson Hole. For months, the market has been on tilt with some of the wildest trading days we have ever seen. For months, gold has been making new highs. For months, it has been the same old story. There's no doubt in my mind that everywhere you turned Friday, Bernanke was the focus. So I am not going to bore you. In short, Bernanke said everything we already know in his opening paragraph...

In less than in a few weeks, more than $4.4 trillion was wiped off stock markets around the world. On Thursday, we had the biggest one day decline since October 2008. The markets, the European crisis, and the political battles are wreaking havoc on our summer vacation. Adding more fuel to the fire...