Bob Hoye

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Hoye: The gold/silver ratio to make new highs

In his latest interview, market historian Bob Hoye from answers some key questions that are on the minds of just about all precious metals investors right now. The first question is whether gold has entered a multi-decade bull market? He believes that as the current financial bubble concludes and we enter a financial contraction, it will set up a bull market for the real price of gold. For signs that we are in the depths of a contraction, he will be watching for a low in US nominal long-dated interest rates confirmed by a low in a wholesale price index or in commodities. He believes, both the coming contraction and bull market in the real price of gold could last about 20 years.

Hoye on watch for the unwinding of the everything bubble

In his most recent interview, Bob Hoye from is on watch for a post-bubble contraction. In particular, he sees the yield curve reversing in the direction of a contraction and junk bond credit spreads once again breaking out. Hoye says, "Just looking at the spreads you could say this is anticipating a contraction".


Will stocks follow as NYSE Advance-Decline Line soars to new highs?

New highs in the New York Stock Exchange Advance - Decline (AD) Line are giving the bulls something to cheer about explains Bob Hoye in his April 17th broadcast. The AD line measures the cumulative net number of stocks over time that are gaining in price for a day versus those that are declining. 

The NYSE Advance-Decline Line is on the rise (click for larger)

The market historian from explains that the line often leads the market higher. 


Are we near a peak clean energy moment?

On Friday, the Globe and Mail ran a story highlighting a move to renewable-energy sources, saying that renewable-power prices "are now competitive with traditional sources of power in many jurisdictions". Bob Hoye from in his April 12th Friday night broadcast takes aim at the article by questioning the practicality of relying solar and wind power.

Hoye suggests we might be near peak clean energy

King dollar is no friend of the bull market

Since Bob Hoye from issued a sequential sell signal to listeners of his evening February 22nd broadcast, the S&P 500 has fallen 1.9%. In this week's broadcast he characterizes the late December sell-off as having "changed a lot of the magic in the markets", but suggests it is still not known whether the recent decline of the past two weeks will head to new lows.


Hoye: A rising US dollar is not a friend of the market

In that regard, the strength of the US dollar has the market historian concerned.

As the central banking hoax is exposed, don't fight the tape

The public should soon catch on to central banking failures suggests Bob Hoye from In another fascinating interview with Jim Goddard, Hoye calls out central bankers for implementing policies based on theories that do not work. In the meantime, stocks look like they are in the early stages of a bear market, but a bounce is due.

Click to listen to Bob Hoye's December 21st broadcast

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