Dominic Frisby's Blog

A private investor from London, England, Dominic Frisby is the presenter and producer of podcast Frisby's Bulls And Bears - He is also Moneyweek Magazine's expert on gold and commodities. Aside from his involvement in the commodities sector, Dominic is also one of the UK’s leading voiceover artists, a TV presenter and stand-up comedian. Follow him on Twitter @dominicfrisby

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This Indicator Suggests Gold’s Bear Market Has a lot Longer to Go – But Is It Right?

When is this gold bear market going to end? There’s a question to which we’d all like to know the answer. I actually have gold and gold stocks on a short-term buy signal at the moment. They’re bouncing from oversold levels, as I suggested last week they would.

Gold and Silver’s Time Will Come Again, but There’s More Pain Ahead for Now

Gold’s time will come again, and so will silver’s. But I don’t think we’re there yet. If a bear market has three phases, I’d say we’re in the final phase – but the bear still has some biting to do. Time will tell if I’m right or not.

This Incredible Technology Could Form the Next Great Bull Market

In the 1970s, the big bull market was in gold. That was the place to be. In the Eighties, it was Japan. In the Nineties, it was tech. And in the 2000s, it was commodities. But what about the Tens?

How to Save the World from Governments and Banks

Some benefit hugely from this system: those who control it, and those who are at or near its point of issuance. Governments and banks, in other words. As well as enjoying a monopoly, they have the power to create money (whether by printing or through lending) and to charge interest on it.

It All Boils Down to This

This current UK budget is probably the most fiercely discussed I can remember. Some of the most passionate and even violent language is being bandied about our in our newspapers, on our televisions and radios and across the net.

The Bull Market In Stocks Looks Set to Continue for Now

There are, as I see it from the vantage point of my South London hide-out, two huge financial forces at work in the global economy. We have the natural forces of deflation. Debt being paid down, credit tightening, houses being put in order - the inevitable deleveraging after a period of excess.

Catch the Market Rallies and Avoid the Busts with this Chart

In the New Year's edition of MoneyWeek magazine, I gave my predictions for the year ahead, along with various other contributors. I said that I was looking for a strong first quarter - with the risk trade back on - and that if the S&P 500 could get through 1,260, there was a good chance it could re-test the highs of 2011.

How Much Gold Does It Cost to Buy a Home In Britain?

As I mentioned last week, I may be buying a new house and I may have to sell some of my gold to do so. I don't particularly want to, but needs must. So today I am going to take a look at one of my favourite subjects - house prices, as measured in gold.

Why the World’s Biggest Property Bear May be Buying a House

Dominic Frisby has been bearish on the property market for years. His view on house prices hasn't changed, but now he is seriously considering buying a home. Why?

Should You Invest in Brazil?

The first thing that struck me about Brazil is its sheer abundance. It's the fifth-biggest country in the world. It has 20% of the world's fresh water supply and just 3% of its population. (China has over 20% of the world's population and about 6% of its fresh water).

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