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Bank Bail-ins Are Now Regulated By Eurozone Finance Ministers

Bank Bail-ins Are Now Regulated By Eurozone Finance Ministers

The Irish Times writes today that EU finance ministers have agreed a set of rules that could be used to wind up insolvent banks. In future, banks creditors – including potentially savers – would suffer losses should European financial institutions collapse. That comes after Irish Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said “Bail-in is now the rule” back in June of this year.

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History Learns That Manipulation In The Gold Market Has An Explosive Ending

History Learns That Manipulation In The Gold Market Has An Explosive Ending

The London Gold Pool was designed to keep the price of gold capped in an era when the world’s reserve currency had a tangible backing. In defending the price, the eight members of the Pool were forced to sell way more gold than they had initially contributed in order to keep the price from going where it desperately wanted to go — higher.

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Gold And Silver Approaching Critical Price Points

| December 2, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Approaching Critical Price Points

The short term trend is confirming the longer term downtrend. The daily charts show an almost perfect trendline since November 2012. Apart from the trendline, the daily charts reveal two other important things. First, both gold and silver are about to retest their June lows. Needless to say those price points are of major importance. In case they would hold, it could turn out to be very bullish for the metals. However, if support would fail, the odds favour a break through.

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The Coordinated Effort To Suppress The Gold Price

| December 1, 2013 | Category: Price
The Coordinated Effort To Suppress The Gold Price

In this interview with Dimitri Speck, the gold price suppression scheme of the last 2 decades is discussed. In terms of gold’s outlook, the most likely scenario is one comparable to the current Japan: suppress deflation, stimulate slight inflation while avoiding strong inflation. In this scenario, the velocity of money will increase, savers will step out of the banking system, inflation will occur in asset and consumer prices. Gold is the best hedge in such a scenario.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 29th

| November 30, 2013 | Category: Investing
Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 29th

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 $1,251.39 which is $7.76 per ounce lower (0.62%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index fell 0.31% on the week.

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Gold Outlook – Love Trade And Fear Trade Likely To Return

| November 30, 2013 | Category: Investing
Gold Outlook – Love Trade And Fear Trade Likely To Return

India’s growing GDP is very important to gold’s rise, especially when it comes to the Love Trade, where about 50% of the world’s population buys gold out of love. The math shows that an increasing GDP per capita in this part of the world has historically been linked to the rising price of gold. Related to the Fear Trade gold has recently become less attractive due to the slightly positive real interest rates in the U.S.

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Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman: Who Is The True Prophet, Who Is The False?

| November 29, 2013 | Category: Economy
Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman: Who Is The True Prophet, Who Is The False?

Journalist Jeremy Hammond had the ingenious idea of contrasting the Austrian, free-market school of economics with the Keynesian, pro-government school on the recent financial crisis through a close examination of the words of two commentators: former Congressman Ron Paul, schooled in the Austrian perspective, versus the Nobel Prize–winning Keynesian and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman. The book is a must read for everyone who is serious about economics and looking for the truth.

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China’s Gold Rush Continues, Imports Another 131 Tonnes In October

China’s Gold Rush Continues, Imports Another 131 Tonnes In October

The latest statistics show that China imported another 131 tonnes of physical gold in October through Hong Kong. The year to date net gold imports from Hong Kong to China total 967 tonnes. That is an astonishing amount of gold. To put this figure in perspective, one should note that the global production in 2012 was close to 2500 tonnes and that the US (having the highest gold reserves in the world) has a bit more than 8000 tonnes of gold reserves.

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The (Mis)Calculation Of Chinese Gold Demand

The (Mis)Calculation Of Chinese Gold Demand

According to Alasdair Macleod, it appears that the WGC’s figures substantially understate the true position. Furthermore, any analysis of gold demand will fail to account for the increase in gold ownership not constrained by national boundaries.

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With India’s Market Interventions, Thailand’s Gold Demand Is Up 125%

With India’s Market Interventions, Thailand’s Gold Demand Is Up 125%

The article in The Economist explains that the Indian insatiable demand for gold has resulted in a surge in gold smuggling. Customs officials at airports in India, Nepal and Bangladesh seem to report a spike in gold originating from other Asian countries like Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Dubai. According to the article, “the effects of India’s attempts to curb gold imports are most widely felt in Thailand.”

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Fifty Shades Of Gold

| November 24, 2013 | Category: Investing
Fifty Shades Of Gold

Unlike most commodities, there are many shades to gold. Some of shades include the Love Trade’s buying gold for loved ones, the Fear Trade’s purchasing gold as a store of value, gold in relation to monetary debasement, dynamics of the paper vs physical gold market, and so forth. In a recent presentation, Frank Holmes of USFunds.com discussed those shades of gold with numerous charts. His presentation is called “Fifty Shades Of Gold.”

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Jim Sinclair Dedicated To Realize “Free Gold”

Jim Sinclair Dedicated To Realize “Free Gold”

Jim Sinclair explains that gold price setting is too dependent on the paper market, to such an extent that it has continued to live as the means of manipulating the paper price of gold. What is “Free Gold.” It is the decoupling of the gold paper market influences on the gold price setting, or in other words freeing physical gold from price slavery to paper gold. The mechanism he describes is through the present time deletion of future exchange warehouse supply. He describes in this piece how he is planning to achieve his target.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 22nd

| November 23, 2013 | Category: Investing
Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 22nd

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 $1,244.33 which is $45.87 per ounce lower (3.56%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index fell 7.83% on the week.

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The Difference Between Gold and Bitcoins? Intrinsic Value!

The Difference Between Gold and Bitcoins? Intrinsic Value!

In his latest video appearance, Peter Schiff explains in detail the difference between gold and bitcoins. His main point: gold is real money because it has an intrinsic value! People want gold for itself. Yes it can also be used to exchange but it has a value unique to itself. It has its own properties that are desirable; there is nothing you can do with a bitcoin except give it to somebody else.

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