NIA Calls Top for Dow/Gold Ratio
The Dow/Gold Ratio has bounced 121% from its 2011 low, almost matching its 1975-1976 bounce of 125%.
Venezuelaâ€™s President Deploys Army to Force Stores to Slash Prices
This is what America will look like in the future when the U.S. government implements price controls to deal with massive inflation.
NIA’s New Stock Suggestion
NIA’s New Stock Suggestion Agria (GRO) owns a controlling stake in New Zealand’s largest agricultural services and seeds company.
Venezuelaâ€™s president blames soaring inflation on â€˜parasitic bourgeoisie,â€™ deploys army to force stores to slash prices Throngs of Venezuelans stood in lines outside appliance stores for a fourth day on Monday after President Nicolas Maduro deployed the army to force retailers to slash prices. After taking control of several appliance stores last week, Maduro vowed… Read More
News Highlights: -Concurrent has been granted U.S. Patent 8,505,057 for a method of caching video content at the edge of a content delivery network -The methodology decreases the stress on regional and metro networks and improves consumer quality of experience for on-demand video services by caching popular content at the edge of the network Concurrent… Read More
NIA’s Concurrent (CCUR) reached a new 52-week high today of $8.61 and convincingly broke through the resistance that held it down at extremely undervalued artificially low valuations for the past six months! NIA has been saying for months that if not for recent resistance the stock would already be trading for approximately $15 per share…. Read More
One of the endless sources for discussion and debate in economics is whether key macroeconomic indicators actually measure what they are designed to measure. Inflation is certainly high on that list. The usefulness of the consumer price index as an inflation measure is a critical question, since inflationary pressures are pivotal to much of the… Read More
Gold prices have been breaking out big over the past couple of weeks. Gold prices ended 2011 at $1,565.80 per ounce with the Dow Jones finishing 2011 at 12,217.5, equaling a Dow/Gold ratio of 7.8. While the Dow Jones has surged so far in 2012 by 3% to 12,592.57, the price of gold has surged… Read More
NIA believes that the free market is the number one predictor of the future. We pay a lot of attention to the web site Intrade.com which allows investors to place bets on current events by buying shares on the outcome. Right now on Intrade for the cost of $4.69 you can buy shares that Mitt… Read More
NIA’s most popular guest who has been featured in many of NIA’s previous documentaries is Gerald Celente, President of the Trends Research Institutute and editor of the Trends Journal, which you can subscribe to by going to http://www.trendsresearch.com. Celente has been bullish on gold for a long time and has been trading gold since 1978…. Read More
Italy’s 10 year bond yields rose above 7% on Wednesday and economists from around the world are now proclaiming that these interest rates are unsustainable with Italy’s national debt now 120% of its GDP. NIA believes the ECB is currently working on their largest bailout in history where they will commit to purchasing over â‚¬1… Read More
The mainstream media as of late has been focusing its total attention on the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and seemingly has forgotten that we have a much larger debt crisis in the U.S. that hasn’t gone away and is only getting worse. Many global economists have been saying in recent weeks that if the… Read More
The Occupy Wall Street movement is gaining tons of momentum and is likely to continue picking up steam in the weeks and months ahead. Americans are angry but they aren’t exactly sure what they are angry about and they don’t know for sure who they should be angry with. It is easy for them to… Read More