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Is now the time to ‘Back Up The Truck’?

Is now the time to ‘Back Up The Truck’?

The current correction is close enough to be a Fibonacci retracement (technically at 38.2%), to have run its course. For some reason, the higher the price, the deeper is the eventual pullback. By extrapolating these numbers, the next major correction could very well cause a 50% price reduction. Possible numbers could be from a top at $3,850 down to support at $1,925. That scenario is a few years down the road.

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Gold And Silver Outlook 2014 by David Morgan

Gold And Silver Outlook 2014 by David Morgan

In summary we fully expect the precious metals to strengthen and the mining shares at some point to begin to lead. We will know a great deal after the first quarter of the New Year, as the precious metals have a strong historic trend of moving up during the first quarter.

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Second-Greatest Opportunity To Buy Gold

Second-Greatest Opportunity To Buy Gold

Nick Barisheff writes: While there may still be price declines, I feel today’s situation is similar to that of the 1970s, and that we have the second-greatest opportunity to buy gold since 2002. Today many investors are tempted to sell their underperforming precious metal holdings and use the proceeds to purchase U.S. equities. But remember–the old Wall Street saying is “Buy low, sell high” NOT “Sell low, buy high.”

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Gold’s Downside Risk Is Limited, The Upside Potential Is Substantial

Gold’s Downside Risk Is Limited, The Upside Potential Is Substantial

Despite the painful decline in gold and gold shares that persisted throughout the entire year, we believe that the fundamental case for both remains strong. It seems to us that the correction has left the entire sector sold out and friendless. As contrarians, our experience has been that attractive investment returns arise out of such circumstances. We therefore encourage investors to maintain their commitment and wherever possible to add to positions.

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Silver Is The Most Precious Metal

Silver Is The Most Precious Metal

A new book called “The most precious metals” shows that silver is nature’s finest germ killer. Simply by being silver, this most precious metal’s elemental properties are toxic to pathogenic microorganisms while simultaneously being non-toxic to healthy cells and probiotic bacteria. Thanks to recent technological development, the newest forms of silver kill germs even more effectively than synthentic pharmaceutical drugs. The result is that silver improves lives. It can save your life or prevent significant hardship simply by eliminating pathogens in the right place at the right time.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 10th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 10th

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 $1,246.35, up $9.34 per ounce (0.76%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 0.44% higher on the week.

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Gold Forwards Turn Negative Again

Gold Forwards Turn Negative Again

Currently, gold forwards are again negative out to 3 months, with the 6-month rate below 5 bps (the lowest since late October). Outside of what was clearly taper-driven selling after the FOMC announcement, that should be favorable to prices. And gold has rebounded somewhat since that largely one-off move.

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Is The Exploding Indian Scrap Gold Supply Actually Smuggled Gold?

Is The Exploding Indian Scrap Gold Supply Actually Smuggled Gold?

Suchecki writes: “Indian Jewelers will not want the Indian Government to think their gold import tax policy is not working. Thus, gold purchased from smugglers will be increasingly reported by jewelers as Scrap/Recycled and they will report record demand of Indians turning in their old jewelry to be updated to new, fashionable designs.”

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Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

How is gold impacted in this inflation vs deflation war? The key conclusion of the research is that, due to the fractional reserve banking system and the dynamics of the ‘monetary tectonics’, inflationary and deflationary phases will alternate in the foreseeable future. Gold, being a monetary asset in the view of Austrian economics, tends to rise in inflationary periods and decline during times of disinflation. The key take-away for investors is to position themselves accordingly and consider price declines as buying opportunities for the coming inflationary period.

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Signs of A Cracking Dollar Hegemony

Signs of A Cracking Dollar Hegemony

The most important evolution in the last months and weeks is the increased effort from China to back away from the dollar. They are doing so in two different ways. First, the yuan is being used as the currency of trade in an increasing number of trading agreements. Second, the tensions between the US and Saudi Arabia are increasing. The latter is important as it is the cornerstone of the petrodollar system.

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Expect A Paper Currency Collapse

Expect A Paper Currency Collapse

here is a difference between money and money substitutes. We use these fiat currencies today, those are currencies backed by nothing except government promises, as a money substitute. They are all based on credit. The problem with fiat currencies today is that payment risk is growing and growing because of fiscal policies by governments (which are creating too much debt) and the monetary policies from central banks around the world (who are turning this debt into currency).

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Infographic: The Wonderful Uses Of Silver

Infographic: The Wonderful Uses Of Silver

Silver is a critical element which has been used in a growing number of industries, applications and devices. In fact, most of us are simply not aware how many times a day we are using silver; the grey metal is in medicine, solar panels, electrical switches, automotive, electronic devices, etc. This infograpic, created by Physicalgold.co.uk, gives an overview of some important uses of silver in daily life.

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Gold Repricing of 1933 Was Just A Debt Default

Gold Repricing of 1933 Was Just A Debt Default

“… the United States had already defaulted on its sovereign debt in April 1933 to domestic and external creditors alike. The abrogation of the gold clause in conjunction with a subsequent 40 percent reduction in the gold content of the U.S. dollar (January 1934) also amounted to a debt haircut amounting to about 16 percent of GDP.”

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 3d

Gold Investors Weekly Review – January 3d

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 $1,236.90, up $23.55 per ounce (1.94%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 3.17% higher on the week.

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