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Gold And Today’s Economic Danger Zone

Gold And Today’s Economic Danger Zone

This is a clear and present DANGER ZONE. Evaluate your personal and family vulnerability to traumatic changes that must occur, whether in 2014 or during the next few years. Consider your personal and financial risk factors, and make adjustments as needed. Given your personal circumstances, will gold (and silver) or unbacked paper currencies and debt issued by insolvent governments serve you better during the next ten years of turmoil?

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Speculating On The Gold Supply

Speculating On The Gold Supply

Seeing recent gold behavior, I cannot help but wonder if this is actually the case, with a supply side theory providing a more wide-ranging, but still highly circumstantial, explanation beyond just the bid side of safety.

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Gold And Silver Short Term Trendless

Gold And Silver Short Term Trendless

Despite some global disruptions over the last few weeks, gold has not been able to break out and this could signal underlying weakness. In addition to ongoing tensions in Iraq and Syria, the markets had to deal with a passenger airliner being shot down and an invasion of the Gaza strip. Such news should be positive for gold, but gold did not react much and failed to breakout at 1350-1370. This is the technical picture for both precious metals.

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The Truth about China’s Massive Gold Hoard

The Truth about China’s Massive Gold Hoard

This eye-opening article explains how China is influencing gold demand and prices and what it means for Western investors. Readers will discover how much gold China is really buying and steps their taking to undermine the U.S. Dollar as the world reserve currency. It even includes a prediction for gold prices. It’s a must-read for any precious metals investor.

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Huge Upside Potential In Gold Miners

Huge Upside Potential In Gold Miners

Since September 2012, the S&P500 and the gold mining indexes decoupled from each other. Today, the disconnect between both is huge. From a technical perspective, it appears that the gold miners are testing a resistance line which goes back spring 2013. One should closely monitor the ongoing price action in the gold miners. If they would be able to break through the current price point (250 area), then the good days of gold and silver miners could be here. That would indicate underlying strength in the precious metals complex, and hence in the metals as well.

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Russia Adds 500,000 Ounces Of Gold Reserves In June 2014

Russia Adds 500,000 Ounces Of Gold Reserves In June 2014

Based on the latest update of the Russian central bank, it appears Russia has added another 500,000 ounces of physical gold to their reserves. Total Russian gold reserves now stand at 35,200,000 ounces, which equals 921,35 tonnes. Russia is among the top 8 countries with the highest gold reserves.

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Rick Rule: The Gold Market Is In Good Shape

Rick Rule: The Gold Market Is In Good Shape

We’re seeing higher highs and higher lows, but every new high requires a subsequent consolidation. The ‘backing and filling’ that we are seeing right now is completely consistent with the behavior that we would expect to see coming out of a bear market bottom into a gradual recovery. I think the gold market is in good shape. It’s healthy. I am very encouraged by the market action that we are seeing in both gold, and the gold equities.

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Gold Stocks Starting To Outperform Gold

Gold Stocks Starting To Outperform Gold

Gold mining stocks are doing better than the commodity itself. Since the start of 2014, the GDX has gained 27% versus a 9% gain in bullion. The rising GDX/gold ratio has exceeded its spring high to reach the highest level in ten months. That tells us two things. First, that miners are a stronger bet than the commodity. Second, it’s a good sign for bullion itself. That’s because gold usually does better when miners are leading it higher.

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BRICS And Germany Will Pave The Way For Precious Metals

| July 19, 2014 | Category: Price
BRICS And Germany Will Pave The Way For Precious Metals

The seemingly never-ending mosaic of events have yet to coalesce into one that has a more definitive direction that will ultimately drive gold and silver higher. We are now in the second half of 2014, and our conjecture that 2014 may be a repeat of 2013 is still in play. In weekly gold, the lower of two protracted trading ranges, persists with no clear sign of a breakout. This week, we show the extent of price rally and time, viewing each swing up and down.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – July 18th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – July 18th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com nicely summarizes for gold investors this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market. Gold closed the week at $1,311.10, down $27.52 per ounce (-2.06%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 1.41%.

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Strong Investor and Industrial Interest Lead to Solid Silver Demand in 2014

Strong Investor and Industrial Interest Lead to Solid Silver Demand in 2014

Investor and industrial consumption of silver has advanced at a healthy pace in 2014, reflected in the silver price increasing 5 percent as of July 15 from the beginning of the year. The two categories, investment and industrial demand, are important to the strength of the silver market and last year accounted for a combined 77 percent of total silver demand.

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Outlook for Gold, Stocks, Economy by Incrementum’s Advisory Board

Outlook for Gold, Stocks, Economy by Incrementum’s Advisory Board

The second Advisory Board meeting of Incrementum Liechtenstein has taken place, in which all relevant and important topics for gold investors have been discussed.The economic situation and China in particular, a monetary policy update, the geopolitical situation, a stock market review, and precious metals and miners market update.

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Silver: The Beginning Of A New Trend

Silver: The Beginning Of A New Trend

In this interview with Sean Rakhimov, the current market action is being discussed. Rakhimov believes that once the $26/ounce price point in silver will mark reversal of the ongoing downward trend. Once that silver price breached, silver investors should set their sights on the next resistance level—$32/ounce. And if that threshold is breached, silver will test $50/ounce and more. Furthemore, silver miners should be well positioned to ride this trend perhaps several multiples higher.

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How Eastern Gold Demand Is Transforming The Gold Market

How Eastern Gold Demand Is Transforming The Gold Market

With his strategic position at the Perth Mint, Bron Suchecki has an excellent view on the gold market. The current situation, specifically at the Perth Mint, is characterized by no selling but also by a lack of new buying (at private investment level). Last year’s selling has been concentrated in the ETF’s and short term trading (on institutional level). Selling appears to be exhausting at this point, which is an important evolution. Increased Western gold demand in the future could lead to a squeeze because existing Eastern holders will be the suppliers, and they will only offer the metal at higher prices.

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