In the spirit of Thomas Paine and his famous pamphleteering, Paul Nathan has passionately written in support of free market economics and hard money for over forty years.

Since 2008 Paul has been a contributing commentator for the largest gold site in the world—Kitco. His commentaries have been posted here since 2004 and his Market Update for traders and investors is available via subscription. In 2011 John Wiley & Sons published The New Gold Standard, Paul Nathan’s definitive work on the gold standard past and present.

Meeting Ayn Rand and Ludwig von Mises were defining moments for Paul as well as classes he took from Alan Greenspan. But Paul doesn’t just write about the markets, he has been an active trader throughout the years, and is considered by many to be a vital source for timely information about resource stocks and commodities.

Paul called the end of the bull market for gold in 1980, the beginning of the 25 year tech revolution and bull market in 1982, went “All In” on gold and gold stocks in 2001, and alerted his readers to short the DOW at 14000 in July of 2007. 2008 and 2009, catastrophic years for most traders, were two of the best years in Paul’s trading career. Recently he called the bottom of the gold market in December of 2015 and the top of the bond market in July 2016.

Please enjoy Paul’s free commentaries and we invite you to subscribe to Market Update and join in profitably trading some of the most challenging markets in history.

Click here to read Paul’s Autobiography.

 

 
 
2014
Predicted the winter rise and summer fall of gold prices during all of 2014.
2013
Predicted a reversal higher in gold, silver, and most commodity prices in 2014 in my Looking Forward: Toward Normalization commentary

2011
Went to 100% cash by end of April. 
Shorted gold in September, just over 1900.

2010
Sold Rubicon Minerals @ 4.90 — Bought in 2008 @ .78

2009
Predicted the Euro Crisis in my December Looking Forward commentary

2007
Shorted common stocks @ DOW 14,000 — see July 2007 article