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During the last 90 minutes of trading on Wednesday, the Dow Jones Index tanked by 400 points.  Supposedly, the steep selloff had something to do with the release of the Fed minutes.  However, today, the market has reversed once again and is up by 200 points.  Unfortunately for mainstream investors, it doesn’t matter what the Fed or Wall Street have to say; the broader markets will continue to fall precipitously over the next few years.

Interestingly, as the indicators point to extreme leverage in the markets, the opposite is true for the silver price.  In my newest YouTube video, I discuss the different fundamental market indicators for the Dow Jones Index, the oil, gold, and silver price.  While the Dow Jones Index and oil price are closer to a top, the silver price is reaching a bottom.

I also discuss the tremendous increase in U.S. public debt over the past five months.  The U.S. Government is increasing debt at the fastest rate ever.  One of the negative side-effects of adding a great deal more debt to the public’s balance sheet is that the U.S. Treasury has to pay an ever-increasing amount of interest to service that debt.

After the Dow Jones Index fell 3,500 points in a short period, investors came back in to BUY THE DIP.  This “buy the dip” mantra is being played up by Wall Street and other assorted analyst gadflies.  While I don’t give out investment advice, if I were in the market, I would be SELLING THE RALLIES, not buying the dips.

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