The Dow Jones Industrials Average (DJIA) was up almost 1,000 points last week. The gold market was down 70 dollars on the week, a percentage decline of 7 percent or so. Silver was also down about 5 percent. Gold and silver stocks were down close to 20 percent.
The stock market had its best week since 2011 and the bond market had its worse week since 2013 and it looks like a lot more carnage can come if we really start to break down.
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