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Gold And Silver At Make Or Break Level

Gold And Silver At Make Or Break Level

We cannot remember having seen so many markets at critical points simultaneously. It is truly astonishing. Scary movie or turning points? Gold, the monetary commodity, has also arrived at a critical point. Although the triangle on its chart goes back to 2008, slightly less impressive than copper, it also tells us it is make or break time.

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Weekly Gold Market Review – July 3d

Weekly Gold Market Review – July 3d

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,166.20 dwon $9.35 per ounce (0.80%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 2.62%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index gained 0.63% for the week.

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The Train Wreck Of 2016 In Financial Markets Is Beginning

The Train Wreck Of 2016 In Financial Markets Is Beginning

Between the delusion of “something for nothing,” and the denial of believing that our financial world was fine yesterday so it must be great tomorrow, lies the clarity of realizing the financial well-being of several billion people is currently threatened. It was the same before the Tech-wreck of 2000 and the financial crisis of 2008. As it was in 2000, is now, and ever shall be …

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Gold And Silver Price: Monthly And Quarterly Ending Analysis

| July 1, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Price: Monthly And Quarterly Ending Analysis

Looking at the Qtr closing for 30 June, the range is small, directionless, and just think of the news events that have transpired each day, each week, each month, so much bad news, so much negativity, world stress, etc. If you knew nothing about the news and just looked at the small range, you would surmise that all must be tranquil in the world to have so little impact on price for the past 3 months. For now, buyers have not yet met the burden for a change in trend. At the same time, sellers are at risk of losing control to the buyers is the sellers cannot move price lower and keep it lower.

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Gold: A Safe Haven No More?

| June 30, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold: A Safe Haven No More?

Gold has held steady within 25 points of the $1200 level for over three months now, and while it did gap slightly higher yesterday after the collapse of the Greek debt negotiations, those gains were short-lived. As of writing, the yellow metal is on track for its lowest close since March, dramatically lagging its safe-haven rivals. We often note that one of the strongest signals in trading is when an instrument fails to act “as expected” to a major fundamental development, and this week’s lackluster reaction suggests that gold may be losing its luster and on the verge of a big breakdown.

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Gold Is A Necessary Insurance Against Dysfunctional Governments

Gold Is A Necessary Insurance Against Dysfunctional Governments

Prepare yourself for an imminent financial collapse. That’s why the safest course of action remains not keeping all your eggs in one basket. Instead, you should diversify a portion of your assets to non-paper assets such as gold.

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Gold, Silver and Greek Referendum – Expect Fireworks

| June 29, 2015 | Category: Economy
Gold, Silver and Greek Referendum – Expect Fireworks

I got a friendly invitation from TheDailyCoin.org to speak about Greece (the coming referendum but also the root of the ongoing problems), as well as the precious metals market.

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Gold Up And S&P Down?

Gold Up And S&P Down?

Expect “more of the same” or much higher inflation, perhaps hyperinflation, in our debt based, unbacked, fiat, easily printed, “inflate or die,” Quantitative Easing, digital and paper, divorced from reality, currency world. Expect much higher gold prices.

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Crowdfunding In Gold: $1 Million For The Next Gold Discovery

Crowdfunding In Gold: $1 Million For The Next Gold Discovery

The gold mining industry is not really known for innovation. This could be changing with the first crowdfunding challenge ever set up by a gold miner. Integra Gold launched a challenge to find the next large gold discovery.

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Weekly Gold Market Review – June 26th

Weekly Gold Market Review – June 26th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors.

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Precious Metals 3 Choices: Sell, Hold, Hold and Add. A Trading Treatise.

Precious Metals 3 Choices: Sell, Hold, Hold and Add. A Trading Treatise.

What is the trend? Down. Who cares if it looks like a great buy opportunity? Who cares if it is oversold? It does not have to go higher from a certain level. Ask how many thought gold and silver could not go lower three years ago, two years ago, a year ago, a month ago? Anyone buying had the weight of market momentum going against them and the greater likelihood of taking a loss. Was it the market’s fault for those making a bad decision to buy in a down trend?

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Banking Policies Are Becoming Injurious to Your Financial Well-being

| June 25, 2015 | Category: Investing
Banking Policies Are Becoming Injurious to Your Financial Well-being

Immensely powerful central bankers believe that they can safely “fly high” with their monetary policies. But like Icarus, who flew too close to the sun and plunged from the sky when his contraption fell apart, so too do our monetary authorities run the risk of similar demise – and taking the rest of us down with them.

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In Gold We Trust 2015: Gold Remains In A Secular Bull Market

In Gold We Trust 2015: Gold Remains In A Secular Bull Market

The ninth edition of In Gold We Trust is out. It is another outstanding, world class report full of unique insights for investors. In Gold We Trust 2015 is focused on the impact of the unusual montary policies on the financial system, investing, and precious metals. In sum, the debt problem is bigger than it seems, and it remains widely misunderstood. This report is a master piece in clarifying the future consequences of the huge global debt burden.

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It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

This village was a long, long way away and this story happened before the world developed High Frequency Trading, Derivatives, Quantitative Easing, PhD economists, central banking, paper money, and career politicians to manage the affairs of our nation, so this story may not be relevant to our modern and sophisticated world.

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