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What The Strong Dollar Does With The Price Of Gold

| October 20, 2014 | Category: Price
What The Strong Dollar Does With The Price Of Gold

As heretical as it sounds, there’s a downside to America’s success, and that’s a stronger dollar. For the 12-month period, our currency has seen a 1.1-standard deviation move, which has put pressure on two commodities that we consider our lifeblood at U.S. Global Investors: gold and oil.

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The Development and Opening of China’s Gold Market

The Development and Opening of  China’s Gold Market

This is a translation of a speech delivered by Xu Luode, Chairman of the Shanghai Gold Exchange, about China’s gold market. He said he thinks China’s gold market is developing very well. He is very confident about the launch of our international board and very optimistic about the development of our gold market as a whole. In terms of development opportunities for the entire gold market in China. There is a tremendous potential for China’s physical gold market.

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Gold Bullion Producers Offer A Great Buying Opportunity

Gold Bullion Producers Offer A Great Buying Opportunity

The shares of quality gold bullion producers, which have been severely oversold, offer investors a great opportunity to buy low before they sell high.

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Ted Butler’s Silver Price Outlook – Why This Time Could Be Different

| October 14, 2014 | Category: Price
Ted Butler’s Silver Price Outlook – Why This Time Could Be Different

What do we make out of the current futures positions in gold and silver? One thing is clear, as both Butler and Steer have reiterated, the rate of accumulation in short positions of commercial traders (read: JP Morgan) during the next rally will determine to which extent the rally will run. So far, after the silver price peak in 2011, all rallies have been capped by aggressive shorting by commercials. Is there a reason to believe this time will be different? Although hesitant, COT analyst Ted Butler believes there are reasons to believe that it could be different with the next precious metals rally.

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Precious Metals Monthly Bank Participation Report: October 2014

Precious Metals Monthly Bank Participation Report: October 2014

The CFTC releases at the end of each month the futures positions in precious metals of the large banks. A detailed analysis was provided by Ed Steer in his latest newsletter. We want to share his analysis because Ed Steer comes to the following factual conclusion: once again, it’s Citigroup, HSBC USA, Scotiabank, along with the ring leader JPMorgan Chase, that run the show in all four precious metals.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – October 10th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – October 10th

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 $1,223.09, up $31.74 per ounce (+2.66%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, rose 0.24%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index fell 0.90% for the week.

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5 Reasons Why The Gold Price Could Have Bottomed at $1,180

5 Reasons Why The Gold Price Could Have Bottomed at $1,180

The yellow metal has fallen nearly 40% from its 2011 high above 1900 to trade below 1200 at the start of this week, mirroring Columbus’s own fall from grace as more of his transgressions have been brought to light. We wante to highlight five reasons that gold may not be irreparably damaged.

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Gold Price – A Significant Bounce Off Support

| October 9, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price – A Significant Bounce Off Support

Thanks to a sharp pullback by the dollar gold has managed to bounce off an important support line, and offers the possibility that another rally is beginning, a rally that could end the long decline from all-time highs. It is a time for increased attention for those who want to catch the next gold rally.

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Silver Offers More Value Than Gold In This Market

Silver Offers More Value Than Gold In This Market

Pessimism towards the “poor man’s gold” has gone too far. In fact, I’m expecting silver to provide investors with a better return than gold bullion over the next 24 months. If gold bullion prices were to return to their high of $1,900 an ounce, the gain from today’s gold bullion prices would be 60%. If silver were to return to its high of $50.00 an ounce (achieved in 2011)—the gains from silver’s current trading level would be 194%.

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Microdocumentary: 4 Major Boom And Bust Cycles Explained

Microdocumentary: 4 Major Boom And Bust Cycles Explained

This microdocumentary video examines in detail 4 major booms in the last 100 years and explains how monetary policy and interest rate manipulation has led to the inevitable bust.

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Submit Your Questions To These Precious Metals Experts

Submit questions for Claudio Grass, The Doc, Andy Hoffman, Turd Ferguson. Questions accepted through Wednesday October 8. The internet radio show will be released on Saturday October 11.

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Gold vs Silver Investment Demand In 2014 – Spot The Difference

Gold vs Silver Investment Demand In 2014 – Spot The Difference

With declining prices, investment interest in the metals should be trending lower. That appears to be partly right. As the following charts show, interest in gold investments as evidenced by gold ETF’s (the most popular Western gold investment vehicles) has been trending lower along with the gold price. However, the opposite trend has been observed in silver. As the first of the two charts shows, silver demand as evidenced by silver ETF’s has been trending higher.

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Gold Price vs U.S. Debt Ratio In 2014: A Major Disconnect

Gold Price vs U.S. Debt Ratio In 2014: A Major Disconnect

Gold has tracked the expansion in US debt pretty handily. The correlation between the two is +0.86. In 2011, the rise in the gold price became overextended relative to the rise in US debt. Then it decoupled and went in the opposite direction. This is a similar trend to what occurred in the early 1980s. And if one expects that relationship to resume, then gold looks anomalously cheap relative to the rising level of US debt.

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Gold Price $1400 In 2015 According To Sterne Agee

| October 6, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price $1400 In 2015 According To Sterne Agee

Investment bank Sterne Agee expect the gold price in 2015 to average $1,400. For the year after, in 2016, the bank’s analysts believe the gold price will trade at $1,450 on average. Silver should follow gold higher. The analysts expect a silver price of $19 in 2015 and $21 in 2016.

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