About Adem Tumerkan

Adem Tumerkan is a contributing author at Gold Stock Bull. He is a rising expert in the contrarian investment field and precious metals market. With an extensive knowledge of financial history, he applies Austrian economic theory with a wide range of value investing principles to discover undervalued and unappreciated investments in underrated markets around the globe. At age 25, he has already spoken at international investment conferences, along with having multiple articles published on established financial sites. He has advised publicly traded companies as well as organized and facilitated in equity raises for companies.

GDXJ Sell Off is a Blessing in Disguise

I. The Bond Market Loses Confidence in the Fed After the Fed hiked rates and highlighted their balance sheet unwinding plans last week, bond yields further dropped. This means there is a significant lack of confidence in the economy and doubt in the Fed by bond investors. Why does this matter? Because bond investors are [...]

How Will Trump, Clinton and This Contentious Election Season Impact Gold?

This election season is shaping up to be an extremely contentious one, with emotions running high, rigged primaries, pending lawsuits, threats of violence and deep-rooted hatred between supporters of Trump versus Clinton. The stock market looks like another massive bubble waiting to burst and any number of black swan events could be the needle that finally [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:47-07:00August 10th, 2016|Gold & Silver Commentary, Political Commentary|

Miner Spotlight: Paramount Gold Nevada Corp Up 52% in 5 Days

Gold Stock Bull ‘miner spotlights’ will periodically highlight mining companies that are breaking out on increasing volume. This will allow subscribers the opportunity to perform their own due diligence and potentially identify mining stocks at the start of a new major uptrend. We never accept compensation to write about mining stocks. To view the GSB portfolio [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:47-07:00July 13th, 2016|Gold Stock Picks|

Black Swans, AntiFragile and Profit from Chaos

Fooled by The Black Swan John, an electrical engineer living in New Jersey , was conversing on the phone with his close friend Bob. John tells Bob that the plan for himself and his wife to retire at 45 is going as planned. This required overtime at work, reduced consumption and traveling, and aggressive investing - all [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:48-07:00June 28th, 2016|Gold & Silver Commentary|

Week in Review: Bond Yields Show Expectation for Recession

Last week the price of gold and silver traded mostly flat after huge run-ups the previous week. What is of importance was that the 10 year U.S. bond had its yields hit a one month low - as bond investors expect a slow down in the economy. Last week saw gains in the GDX [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:48-07:00May 14th, 2016|Gold & Silver Commentary|

How Strong is Physical Demand for Precious Metals?

Physical demand for gold and silver has been incredibly robust in the past year. Investors are once again flocking to precious metals, as gold just had its best quarter in the last 30 years! This occurred despite the dreaded FED rate hike that so many gold investors had feared. Demand for gold has been nothing less [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:13-07:00May 12th, 2016|Gold & Silver Commentary|

Week In Review: Gold Bounces on Soft Jobs Report

This week was a decisive time in the markets. It was the first big data month since the Fed's ill-guided interest rate hike. Investors are now considering which way stocks will move next and whether or not the gold pullback is over. On the domestic data front, the nonfarm payroll jobs number missed horribly (posted 160,000; expected 200,000-215,000). [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:13-07:00May 6th, 2016|ETF Corner, Gold & Silver Commentary, Gold Technicals|

The Plaza Accord, The Shanghai Accord, and Gold’s Future

The year was 1985 and the global economy was only 14 years into the new monetary regime of free floating currencies (even contrary to the hundreds of centuries littered with failures of never working in longer terms). After abandoning the gold standard in 1971, the U.S. endured a destructive decade of stagflation (high inflation coupled with high [...]

By |2017-03-23T14:06:13-07:00May 5th, 2016|Gold & Silver Commentary, Gold Technicals|