Make Kitco Your Homepage
Stewart Thomson

Stewart Thomson

Follow Author:

Stewart Thomson is a retired Merrill Lynch broker. Stewart writes the Graceland Updates daily mon-fri between 4am-7am. They are sent out around 8-9am.Stewart comes from a family of teachers, engineers, and professional athletes. The focus is training investors to use the tactics of the bank owner families consistently. Stewart’s writings are carried by a number of quality websites regularly. His personal contacts include hundreds of substantial business and factory owners across North America and Europe.

read full bio ▼

Gold: til death do us part

(Kitco commentary) - It's a big week for gold bugs of the world, with the next FED announcement on Wednesday, the BOE on Thursday, and the BOJ on Friday.

CPI & FOMC: prime movers for gold

(Kitco commentary) - Wet paint eventually dries, and in the case of gold, the upcoming CPI report (tomorrow) and FOMC announcement (next Wednesday) could change the game… and light the gold price paint on fire.

Yields at $4.10: A sticking point for gold

(Kitco commentary) - The (potentially massive) rally from the $1885 area low has hit its first sticking point at $1935-$1945.

Yields set to fall & gold set to soar

(Kitco commentary) - Global gold bug excitement continues to build, and rightly so, as the current metals market rally gains momentum.

Gold: can anything outperform it?

(Kitco commentary) - While artificial intelligence and robots may replace many workers at some point, inflation can still rise in that environment, and central banks will continue to hike rates to fight it.

The Fed & China: rally time for gold

(Kitco commentary) - While tomorrow's US interest rates announcement can help push gold to key short-term buy or sell zones, the big picture for gold is mainly about Chindian citizen demand versus mine supply.

Gold & silver: correlations that matter

(Kitco commentary) - They likely are, and for a look at this evil in detail, please click here now. While billions of citizens grovel for food, medicine, and education, their greedy governments inject themselves, and the citizens, with fiat heroin and debt cocaine.

Gold, stocks, & miners: the market gets wilder

(Kitco commentary) - Sadly, now it appears to be mostly about independence from gold… with macabre dependence on debt, fiat, and violent meddling in faraway lands.

The big story is gold bug glory

(Kitco commentary) - Most gold investors in America tend to focus on the “fear” trade. Negative real rates are good for gold.

Gold & silver: is it time to buy?

(Kitco commentary) - The gold market reaction continues, and the daily closing price chart does a good job of highlighting key buy zones for investors.