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Credit Suisse Sees Gold Price At $1,000

| January 31, 2014 | Category: Price
Credit Suisse Sees Gold Price At $1,000

This is an infographic which represents the view of the Credit Suisse commodities research team. It shows the bearish case for gold in 2014. While our view is that some of the elements are correct, we believe that exploding Chinese demand (chart is missing on the infographic) and the brewing systemic risk do represent solid counter arguments.

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Silver Shines at the Super Bowl

Silver Shines at the Super Bowl

“While the fans are using their texting gloves to contact friends back home, much of the equipment and electronic systems used to broadcast the Super Bowl around the world will rely on silver components,” according to Michael DiRienzo, Executive Director of the Silver Institute.

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6 Signs That 2014 Will Be The Year Of The Super Crash

| January 30, 2014 | Category: Economy
6 Signs That 2014 Will Be The Year Of The Super Crash

As we have finally arrived in the magic year 2014, in which almost every economic and business cycle is trending down, it seems that things are perfectly lining up for a melt down. If it would have been true that the debt crisis was contained (like our political leaders try to make us believe), then there is a huge divergence with recent trends. This article looks at six different trends which are lining up for an historic sell off in the markets. As readers observe, we stay as factual as possible.

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Gold Wars As Relevant As Ever

Gold Wars As Relevant As Ever

“Gold Wars” reveals how the world economy has swayed off the right path, away from a safe and prosperous economic system. Governments launched a vicious and determinant war against gold, which led to a painful 21st century with hyperinflations, economic instability and massive debt. Lips traces these changes in the economy to the departure from the gold standard in favor of creating the fiat system as early as World War I.

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Gold Stands Strong After US Fed Taper II

| January 29, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Stands Strong After US Fed Taper II

Gold’s current relative strength is not only confirmed by weakness in US equities, but also by a weakening US dollar and the gold mining complex. The gold miners recently broke through important resistance (see blue line on the following chart) and are holding up quite well. For us, the most surprising evolution of today was that gold miners went significantly higher after the FOMC news, although they were neutral before, amid a weakening stock market.

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Marc Faber: 5 Investment Insights Related To Gold, Stocks, Property

Marc Faber: 5 Investment Insights Related To Gold, Stocks, Property

I have no faith in paper money, period. Next, insider buying is also high in gold shares. Gold has massively underperformed relative to the S&P 500 and the Russell 2000. Maybe the price will go down some from here, but individual investors ought to own some gold. About 20% of my net worth is in gold. I don’t even value it in my portfolio. What goes down, I don’t value.

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There You Have Gold’s Unique Feature: Price Down, Demand Up

There You Have Gold’s Unique Feature: Price Down, Demand Up

What is currently unfolding in the gold market is truly astonishing, especially in Asia. Ggld coin demand is exploding also in Europe and mints can’t keep up with demand. Things are so extreme in Asia that (a lack of) storage is becoming an issue. Which other financial asset sees demand exploding when prices go down?

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Now Is The Time To Enter The Precious Metals Markets

Now Is The Time To Enter The Precious Metals Markets

The Gold Report released an interview with David Morgan covering mainly the gold and silver outlook for the year(s) ahead. In sum, with four decades of experience in the precious metals markets, David Morgan believes the bottom is in for the metals. He is expecting silver to outperform gold, going forward. His message on the Cambridge House Investment conference in Vancouver will be that now is the time to enter the market .

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Returns Of A Diversified Precious Metals Box

Returns Of A Diversified Precious Metals Box

Let’s compare the performance of the three precious metals, using 30 Dec 1994 London Fix prices to 31 Dec 2013 (throwing in platinum for comparison): gold was up 214%, silver up 302%, platinum up 226%.

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Three Signs Of Gold’s Bottom

Three Signs Of Gold’s Bottom

A massive double bottom 6 months in the making in the most hostile gold environment imaginable is an incredibly bullish omen. While gold was hated and loathed and expected to keep plummeting, it found a strong support zone. While the US stock markets continued to levitate, stock-market capital continued to rush out of GLD, and futures speculators’ gold positions remained extreme, gold held strong and made a stand.

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Gold Price Exploding In Emerging Markets

| January 27, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price Exploding In Emerging Markets

The interesting part for us, gold enthusiasts, is the price of gold in the slaughtered currencies. Gold in Argentine’s Peso is up 30% in the last 30 days; it is trading at all time highs.
Gold in Turkish Lira’s is up 17% in the last 30 days; it is trading just 10% below its all time highs of September 2011.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 24th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 24th

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. The price of the yellow metal went lower after two consecutive weeks of gains. Gold closed the week at $1,269.40, up $15.3 per ounce (1.22%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 1.57% higher on the week.

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Is This the Beginning of the End for the Dollar?

Is This the Beginning of the End for the Dollar?

Several observations by Sharps Pixley point to structural weakness in the dollar. In fact, the long anticipated decline of the dollar hegemony could be in front of us. The following five trends provide a confirmation of that. It should not come as a surprise that competition from China is a key driver in the the dollar reserve currency end game. During that processs, gold will play a crucial role as a stabilizer; it will offset the decline of the dollar by a higher gold price.

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Russia Adds 79.5 Tonnes Of Gold In 2013 To Its Reserves

Russia Adds 79.5 Tonnes Of Gold In 2013 To Its Reserves

The Central Bank of the Russian Federation finally got around to updating their website for December—and for the first time in four months they added to their gold reserves. This time it was 700,000 troy ounces. Their total gold reserves that they’re reporting on their website now totals 33.3 million troy ounces. For all of 2013 they added 2.5 million troy ounces to their ‘reported’ reserves, which is about 79.5 metric tonnes.

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