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Gold Price At A Critical Juncture

| January 23, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price At A Critical Juncture

After having tested its multi-year low just below $1,200 an ounce, gold is currently bumping up against a declining 68 day moving average. The same moving average was back in October strong resistance; gold was not able to make it through it. If it can break through and get on the other side of these 2 moving averages, then that would go a long way to proving that gold is ready to shine again.

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Are Wealthy Chinese Short Sellers A Source Of Future Demand?

Are Wealthy Chinese Short Sellers A Source Of Future Demand?

I am sure that is the majority view of Chinese and this short selling is limited to a few, but China is a big market and this trade could still be significant in terms of the global gold trade. Maybe we have just found another source of potential future demand should these Chinese short sellers come to the view that gold has bottomed.

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2014 – The Year to Invest in Gold

2014 – The Year to Invest in Gold

Overall, the mainstream outlook towards gold might be bearish, but as the investment contrarians will tell you, 2013 wasn’t a year of the end of the ‘golden era’; it was a year of new opportunities in the gold bullion market. For those who were waiting for the right moment to buy gold, the moment is now, and it won’t be long before your investment comes good.

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This Is The Greatest Financial Market And Currency Manipulation Of All Times

This Is The Greatest Financial Market And Currency Manipulation Of All Times

In a week that has been marked by historic mainstream headlines, BFI Capital’s CEO Frank Suess happened to give an outstanding interview about the outlook of global currencies, gold and manipulation in the markets.

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Gold Market – The Way The Tectonic Plates Are Shifting Still Has To Be Understood

Gold Market – The Way The Tectonic Plates Are Shifting Still Has To Be Understood

2013 was an absolutely seismic year for gold, but the way in which the tectonic plates shifted has yet to be fully understood. I firmly believe that in the years to come, when we look back at the great game being played in gold, we will pinpoint January 16, 2013, as the day when it all began to unravel. That day, the day the Bundesbank blinked and demanded its bullion, will be shown to be the beginning of the end of the gold price suppression scheme by the world’s central banks; and then gold will go on to trade much, much higher.

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Why The Bundesbank Is repatriating Its Gold So Slowly

Why The Bundesbank Is repatriating Its Gold So Slowly

Should they keep their reserves in Germany? In my opinon, all countries should. Does it make sense that the Fed doesn’t allow viewings “in the interest of security and of the control process” when they allow tourists to see the vault? In my opinon, no. But it is clear to me that their public statements and lack of action reflect the fact that they consider the repatriation as “irrational” rather than showing any distrust in the US or France central banks.

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Bitcoin, Gold, and the Quantity of Money

Bitcoin, Gold, and the Quantity of  Money

Only gold serves as the objective measure of value necessary to act as the numeraire. It is no coincidence that the quantity of monetary gold is not fixed, but has elegant mechanisms to expand and contract in response to changing market demand.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 17th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 17th

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 $1,254.02, up $5.57 per ounce (0.45%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 5.85% higher on the week.

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How The US Likely Cheated On Productivity And Inflation Statistics

| January 16, 2014 | Category: Economy
How The US Likely Cheated On Productivity And Inflation Statistics

If we had a too low inflation computation, this would be overstating real GDP. The computation of productivity gains from the overstated real GDP would be overstated as well. But those supposedly high productivity numbers are betrayed by the trade, currency and Capex directions. It is hard to manipulate nominal GDP, however we already noted in a previous piece how a repressed inflation computation would lead to repressed nominal rates which would in turn promote an explosion of credit.

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Today’s Gold Market Increasingly Resembles The London Gold Pool

Today’s Gold Market Increasingly Resembles The London Gold Pool

History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme. The question is: with which period exactly does it rhyme? This article presents a scenario that has remained rather underexposed: today’s gold market resembles the one of the 60ies, in particular the London Gold Pool. It shows increasingly more compelling similarities, and all recent developments point to an unfolding London Gold Pool scenario.

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The Gold Bull Market Story In 10 Charts

The Gold Bull Market Story In 10 Charts

In this article, Nick Laird shows the gold market as it is today in ten charts. The charts tell a story, and Nick did an excellent job visualizing the storyline. He combines chart analysis with the futures market structure and COMEX gold stocks. Astonishingly, all data points confirm the same direction: the gold bull market is in the process of resuming its uptrend.

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Swiss Gold Coins Are Ready To Change The World

Swiss Gold Coins Are Ready To Change The World

The Swiss Gold Coin Initiative is a unique, politically realistic and potentially far reaching reformation of the monetary system. The next step is the collection of 100 000 signatures in Switzerland. To get started requires about the same number Dollars Considering the dangers in today’s paper money system and in view of the anticipated benefits of the initiative its realization is not only a urgent opportunity, but a moral obligation for whoever can contribute to it.

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COMEX Registered Gold Stocks At Record Low Level

| January 15, 2014 | Category: Trading
COMEX Registered Gold Stocks At Record Low Level

The latest statistics on the COMEX gold stocks show that the amount of gold in the “Registered” category is at a record low level. Gold has been draining away at an astonishing speed in 2013 and the trend seems to continue in 2014. We reached out to one of the veterans in precious metals markets and investing, David Morgan, to get his view on this trend.

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Gold Coin Demand Exploding In Europe And China On Gold’s Price Lows

Gold Coin Demand Exploding In Europe And China On Gold’s Price Lows

The ultimate test came two weeks ago, when gold touched again the same price level as in June. The gold price jumped quickly higher. The double bottom was not only a powerful technical signal, it was also confirmed in the physical market with another explosion in demand. The Royal Mint in the UK, the US Mint, Perth Mint in Australia and the Shanghai Exchange in China all reported an explosion in physical gold demand.

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