muses of the moment

July 1, 2013

John Williams of shadowstats.com

Filed under: Gold and Silver Investing, John Williams shadowstats, Precious metals — Tags: — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 1:25 pm

You pay for the detail, but here is the summary from two different days:

– Central Banks Dumping U.S. Treasuries at Fastest Pace Since 2011 Budget Crisis
– Market Turmoil Reflects Shifting Sentiments and Systemic Distortions
– Underlying Fundamentals for Gold and Silver Remain Extremely Strong
– Gold Remains the Most-Solid Hedge Against Looming Dollar and Inflation Crises

And this:

– May Household Income Remained Stuck Near Cycle Low—No Recovery
– Unusually Large GDP Revision So Late in Cycle Could Be Suggestive of Pending Benchmark Impact
– Fed Policies Should Intensify Market Reactions to Economic Surprises

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