Paul Eberhart

Paul Eberhart
Paul Eberhart
Senior Market Analyst and Columnist

Paul Eberhart has been actively trading and writing about precious metals for more than a decade. A U.S. Army Iraq War Combat Veteran, he holds an AS in Information Systems and Security from Western Technical College and a BA in Spanish from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

His market analysis has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of investors and shared on several platforms in the gold and silver online community.

  1. The New (Expensive) Normal At The Amusement Park

    The New (Expensive) Normal At The Amusement Park

    What’s happening with prices and value in the real world? Let’s just say to be prepared to pay a whole lot more and to get a whole lot less.

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  2. Gold & Silver Face Two Imminent Challenges

    Gold & Silver Face Two Imminent Challenges

    Fast forward to the end of this week and the beginning of next week, and gold & silver face two imminent challenges, one of which falls into the “most important, ever” category, and the other falls into the “holiday traditions” category.

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  3. Commodities, Gold, & Silver Weak Before Fed’s Moment Of Truth

    Commodities, Gold, & Silver Weak Before Fed’s Moment Of Truth

    It’s the moment market participants have been waiting for! At least, that’s what the mainstream financial press is saying. But Houston, we have a problem: Prices have been rising for months.

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  4. Waiting For A Spark: Markets, Economy, Gold & Silver

    Waiting For A Spark: Markets, Economy, Gold & Silver

    The so-called “meme stocks” are going bonkers while the overall stock market goes nowhere. Gold & silver are stuck at $1900 and $28 respectively, again. Market participants are biting their nails as they wait...

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  5. UNCERTAINTY: Silver, Meat Supply And So Much More

    UNCERTAINTY: Silver, Meat Supply And So Much More

    There are certain little four-letter words that can wreak absolute havoc in the markets and in the economy, and “uncertainty” is one of those words.

    Figuratively speaking, of course.

    For it sure feels like uncertainty is mounting on Wall Street and on Main Street.

    Doesn’t it?

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  6. Gold Battles $1900 As Inflation Problems Compound

    Gold Battles $1900 As Inflation Problems Compound

    So much has been said about all of the money printing, gazillions of articles have been written about rising prices, and we’ve all heard shout after shout from the rooftops about supply chain disruptions and shortages, but there is another inflation-inducing problem that is perhaps even worse than all of those problems combined, the intended or unintended consequences.

    Please allow me to explain using one simple example: Microchips...

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