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Two More IMF Papers See Savings Tax And Fiscal Austerity Coming

Two More IMF Papers See Savings Tax And Fiscal Austerity Coming

As we finally arrive in the magic year 2014, in which almost every economic and business cycle is trending down, it seems that the idea of a debt reduction through savings confiscation is gaining traction. If it would have been true that the debt crisis was contained, then there is a huge divergence with what the IMF research lab is producing. In December alone, two working papers appeared in which debt restructuring is mentioned as the most likely way to reduce the untenable debt burden.

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People Bank Of China Promotes Participation In Gold Market

People Bank Of China Promotes Participation In Gold Market

The Chinese central bank People Bank Of China concludes their latest monetary policy report with several actions, one of which being: “The diversity of participants on the gold market will be promoted,

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Jim Rickards: Gold Is Setting Up For A Huge Technical Rally

Jim Rickards: Gold Is Setting Up For A Huge Technical Rally

In this short but fascinating interview on Bloomberg TV, Jim Rickards summarizes today’s controversial gold market situation in just a couple of minutes. He says the gold market is technically very bullish, but basically one needs to understand all aspects of the market (not only the declining price). In particular, the key of gold’s bullish situation is related to the physical market which is right now being redefined by China.

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The Gold Price In 2014: Forecasts And Predictions

| December 30, 2013 | Category: Price
The Gold Price In 2014: Forecasts And Predictions

In his latest editorial, Michael Kosares, founder of USAGold.com, introduces a series of forecasts and predictions to its readers. Not that he seems obsessed with forecasting and predicting, but he provided his readers with a comprehensive overview. He matched his own expectations with one of them, in particular the one from Scotia Mocatta.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – December 27th

| December 28, 2013 | Category: Investing
Gold Investors Weekly Review – December 27th

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 $1,212.93, up $9.63 per ounce (0.80%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 4.21% higher on the week.

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100 Years Of Monetary Socialism Is Enough!

100 Years Of Monetary Socialism Is Enough!

Most of the readers are familiar with the dire consequences of having a central bank, therefore I will also not repeat the obvious and tell you how much the purchasing power of the Dollar has decreased nor talk about how our current monetary system leads to artificial booms and busts or fosters malinvestment. What I will be talking about is why I believe that, regardless of the above mentioned, the existence of a central bank is wrong and why it not only resembles but is pure socialism.

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Money, Gold And Liberty – What Has Changed In 2013?

Money, Gold And Liberty – What Has Changed In 2013?

The last year has been an interesting year in many respects, especially for precious metals. We saw strange fluctuations in the gold price, mainly because of the paper market, and also “creative” ideas by governments on how to control their citizens and their wealth.

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Silver Used in BMW 760 And 3-D Printing

Silver Used in BMW 760 And 3-D Printing

The Silver Institute reports in its latest update to subscribers two interesting new industrial applications of silver: BMW accessories and 3-D printing.

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The Gold Market: The Truth Will Come Out Eventually

| December 21, 2013 | Category: Investing
The Gold Market: The Truth Will Come Out Eventually

Jesse gives his view on several aspects of the gold market. Strange things are happening currently. But at the end of the day, the truth will come out, and things will make sense again, always. And then these same ones will say, ‘Who could have seen this coming ?’ This is how it always is, if you look back over the history of bubbles and crises.

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What Could Taper Mean For Precious Metals Longer Term?

| December 21, 2013 | Category: Investing
What Could Taper Mean For Precious Metals Longer Term?

Next year “we should expect some new ideas to start moving these markets. With tapering no longer an ongoing concern, we feel that there will now be at least a chance for bullish sentiment to develop in the precious metals complex.”

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David Morgan About Owning Hard Money: You Want To Be Too Early

| December 18, 2013 | Category: Investing
David Morgan About Owning Hard Money: You Want To Be Too Early

David Morgan says: “It is very difficult to forecast how the financial system will unravel. But, unravel it will. This is why I am such an advocate of hard money, gold and physical silver. You want to be early. You don’t want to be late.”

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The Dollar And Gold In The New Great Monetary Game

The Dollar And Gold In The New Great Monetary Game

It’s fairly obvious that China is moving ahead with its plan to dismantle the dollar’s dominance in world trade and internationalise the Yuan. However, it would hasten this process if the Chinese make good on recent comments from the People Bank Of China.

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The Federal Reserve Is Leveraged Roughly 70 Times

The Federal Reserve Is Leveraged Roughly 70 Times

The Fed has $55 billion of total capital and assets of $3.843 trillion, which means that the Federal Reserve is leveraged roughly 70x.

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The Gold Is Gone

The Gold Is Gone

You could go into a vault in london a couple of years ago. The vaults were packed to the rafters with gold, and the gold would trade from me to you to somebody else. You can walk into those vaults today and they are virtually empty. All that gold (26 million ounces) has been transferred from London and has gone to Switzerland where it has been recast to higher grade formats and shipped off to Hong Kong and then to China never to return.

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