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Some Fundamental Thoughts Behind The Tragedy Of The Euro

Some Fundamental Thoughts Behind The Tragedy Of The Euro

Jeff Deist speaks to author Philipp Bagus in the interview which is available below. We highlight some extremely interesting quotes from the interview. The discussion is a must-listen for everyone who wants to understand the fundamental issue with the Euro.

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Is The Fed About To Write the Next Chapter For Silver?

| September 16, 2014 | Category: Technicals
Is The Fed About To Write the Next Chapter For Silver?

Another $10B taper of the QE program is all-but-inevitable, so the key variable will be whether the central bank tweaks its statement to suggest that it may raise interest rates sooner. We’ll have a full Fed preview out later today, but if the Fed statement suggests earlier rate hikes are possible, the dollar may rally and silver could fall back into 18.25-50 support. On the other hand, a status-quo statement and press conference would disappoint dollar bulls, likely leading silver to break out of its bearish channel and target $19 in the short-term and potentially the $20 level in time.

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Why Money Is Worse Than Debt

Why Money Is Worse Than Debt

Governments and Central Banks (which are like economic Siamese twins) not only print Fiat Money but on top they make the cost to print more money, issue new debt and serve past debt ridiculously low….In reality, Real Interest rates (nominal interest rate less real inflation rate) or the cost to issue more fiat money has even become negative. Propaganda must be extremely solid to keep such a mirage alive and absolute no accident may happen.

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Events Impacting The Gold And Silver Price In The Week Of September 15th

| September 15, 2014 | Category: Price
Events Impacting The Gold And Silver Price In The Week Of September 15th

For the week commencing September 15th, there are some key economic data and the US Fed announcement that could impact ALL markets, including precious metals. A key event this week is undoubtedly the Scottish Referendum on Independence, which will take place on Thursday September 18th. In case the majority of the Scottish people will vote for their independence, it could heavily impact the euro and European stocks, and lift euro gold.

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Rates Are Rising, Supporting The Dollar But Bad For Gold

| September 13, 2014 | Category: Price
Rates Are Rising, Supporting The Dollar But Bad For Gold

I recently explained that a rising dollar is bearish for gold (and most commodities). So are rising rates. The chart shows a very strong inverse correlation between the price of gold and the 2-year Treasury yield. As a rule, falling rates are good for gold. The bottom in the two-year yield in late 2011 coincided exactly with a peak in gold (see circles). The rise in short-term rates since then has corresponded with falling gold prices. Rising rates should continue to weigh on the precious metal.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – September 12th

| September 13, 2014 | Category: Investing
Gold Investors Weekly Review – September 12th

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 $1,229.70 down $39.22 per ounce (-3.09%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, fell 4.21%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index rose 0.57% for the week.

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No Improvement Yet In The Latest Commitment of Traders Report

| September 13, 2014 | Category: Technicals
No Improvement Yet In The Latest Commitment of Traders Report

I must admit that I was more than underwhelmed by yesterday’s Commitment of Traders Report. Although the numbers were headed in the right direction in both silver and gold, they weren’t the big numbers that both Ted and I were expecting. In a word, it was disappointing, considering the fact that we carved new low ticks in both metals every day during the reporting week ending on Tuesday, June 9.

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Illusioned by the Economic “Recovery”

| September 11, 2014 | Category: Economy
Illusioned by the Economic “Recovery”

The names of the programs change over time, but in essence the outcome is the same: injecting more money into the system. It is our understanding that we have more uncertainties today than a few years ago. This is also the reason why we believe that the global economy will not see a positive development in the years ahead. Holding parts of one’s wealth in physical gold and silver, stored outside the banking system, never made more sense.

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Infographic: 7 Tests To Distinguish Fake Gold From Real Gold

Infographic: 7 Tests To Distinguish Fake Gold From Real Gold

In recent years, the production of fake and counterfeit gold and silver bullion products has been on the rise. This infographic provides the elementary insights as well as tips/tricks to distinguish real from fake gold. Several tests can help you detect whether you are dealing with real gold; think of a magnet test, ice cube test, ping test, acid test, weight test and ultrasound test.

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Silver Weaves Its Way Into A New World Of Wearable Technology

Silver Weaves Its Way Into A New World Of Wearable Technology

Integrating technology into everyday wear – with the invisible silver threads – is high on the Ralph Lauren company agenda. They expect these tech-fashion products to represent a significant slice of a projected multi-billion dollar business in contemporary street wear.

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Currencies Break, Gold Price Not

Currencies Break, Gold Price Not

With credit markets in Europe and the US taking a bit of a pause for profit-taking or reassessment, it is notable that currencies have not. The euro finally broke free of what looked like a steady range, though unfortunately to the downside. While that may be celebrated by orthodox economists in Brussels and elsewhere, it should not as such devaluation has led to no place good in the recent past. Curiously, however, the ultimate indicator of such risk, gold, has remained in its rut while these other pieces notoriously shed such contented framing.

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Rising Dollar Weighing On Gold And Silver Price, But Short Term Reversal Possible

Rising Dollar Weighing On Gold And Silver Price, But Short Term Reversal Possible

A strong Dollar is also weighing on gold because the Gold SPDR is down around 6% from its early July high. Gold may be short-term oversold and the Dollar may be short-term overbought, but the trends are clear. The chart shows GLD within a falling channel the last two months. The lower trend line extends to the 120 area later this month. The upper trend line and a small buffer mark key resistance in the 125-125.5 area.

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Is Euro Gold Decoupling From Dollar Gold?

Is Euro Gold Decoupling From Dollar Gold?

The US Dollar has rallied significantly since July of this year. Consequently, gold has come under pressure, as the yellow metal has gone from $1,340 an ounce in July to $1,251 today. At least, that is what we read in mainstream media. But here is the key point. Gold has come down in US Dollar terms, but not in Euro terms. So, in other words, Euro gold has held up much better than Dollar gold. This article examines the evidence.

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Events Impacting The Gold And Silver Price In The Week Of September 8th

| September 8, 2014 | Category: Price
Events Impacting The Gold And Silver Price In The Week Of September 8th

Although the primary focus of this website is to report on the different aspects of the gold market (gold fundamentals as well as economic or monetary analysis), we also tend to release basic technical analysis in gold and silver. In this article, we summarize the key events of the running week that could have an impact on the price of gold and silver price because of trading in COMEX futures.

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