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How Is Physical Gold Protecting Your Wealth?

How Is Physical Gold Protecting Your Wealth?

Gold offers a hedge against local currency depreciation even with a falling gold price! It is this function to which analysts and experts refer when they talk about gold’s historic role in preserving wealth and purchasing power. This point becomes clear based on recent currency debasements in two countries.

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China Imports 104 Tonnes Of Physical Gold In June 2013

China Imports 104 Tonnes Of Physical Gold In June 2013

The latest Chinese gold import figures are out. China imported through Hong Kong 104.6 tonnes of physical gold in June of 2013. That makes for a total gold import of 517.92 tonnes from Hong Kong in the first 6 months of this year.

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Marc Faber: Gold And Miners Most Attractive Relative To Other Assets

Marc Faber: Gold And Miners Most Attractive Relative To Other Assets

Given the negative sentiment, Marc Faber likes investing in gold. Why? Because it is a buy RELATIVE TO other assets. Investors should not look at it necessarily in absolute terms, but in comparison to paintings, colletibles, the Dow Jones, S&P 500, the Russell 2000, ea. He adds to it that the S&P 500 was trading at 1554 in March 2000 which is only 10% higher today. Gold has been an ecellent investment because it is 5 times higher right now. The investment has worked on a long term basis, not for investors who joined the hype in 2011.

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The 2 Most Important Charts You Will Likely See Today

| August 9, 2013 | Category: Price
The 2 Most Important Charts You Will Likely See Today

Featured is the weekly gold chart, with the US dollar at the top. The second chart represents the amount of gold bullion at the COMEX that is registered and available for delivery, currently 935,000 ounces – the lowest amount in at least five years.

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Advice on Buying Gold

Advice on Buying Gold

Gold has an intrinsic value, and it is free from any external liabilities unlike the stock market, therefore, being patient and looking at it as a long-term investment can prove to be extremely beneficial for investors. After reaching high levels of $1,900 per ounce in 2011, gold prices are hovering at around $1,278 per ounce currently. Experts are of the belief that this is good time to enter the gold market on a long-term basis.

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Global Gold’s Quarterly Outlook – Has Gold Exited The Bull Market?

Global Gold’s Quarterly Outlook – Has Gold Exited The Bull Market?

Though gold has started to pick up, it may take time to recover from the slump it faced this year. Gold is not in the bear market yet, but rather in a mid-cycle correction similar to the mid-cycle correction of 1974-1976, mainly caused by great pessimism over the gold price. According to Incrementum Advisors, the market has not yet witnessed the ‘euphoria’ usually seen at the end of the bull market, therefore expecting a final stage the form of a trend acceleration and hike in the gold price.

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China’s Central Bank Official Calls For New Monetary System

China’s Central Bank Official Calls For New Monetary System

Yao Yudong, one of the officials of the People’s Bank of China’s monetary policy committee, in which “he calls for a new Bretton Woods system to strengthen the management of global liquidity”. According to Zerohedge, “Yao called for more power to the IMF as international copperation and supervision are needed. […] Contrary to prevailing misconceptions that the SDR may be the currency of the future, China just may opt to have its own hard asset backed optionality for the future.”

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We Are Closer To Communism Than One Might Think

We Are Closer To Communism Than One Might Think

So why should we be concerned with communism or Marx? Aren’t we all living in a free and capitalistic society? No. On the contrary! Not only do we see elements of this plan implemented, but we see them carried out by those very countries claiming to be far from communism. European countries and the United States, all advanced self proclaimed capitalist economies, are in fact significantly close to Marx’s dream of socialism as this article will show. Though they might call it ‘welfare state’ the resemblance to socialism is cunning.

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Wealth Redistribution Is The Result Of How Money Is Created

Wealth Redistribution Is The Result Of How Money Is Created

When somebody takes out a loan, banks create new money electronically, by typing numbers into their account. 97% of all the money in our economy is created in this way, as people take out loans from banks. The more loans people take, the more debt there is, and the more money there is. The shocking fact is that if nobody went into debt, there would be almost no money in the economy.

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4 Reasons Why Hedge Funds Will Continue To Dislike Gold

4 Reasons Why Hedge Funds Will Continue To Dislike Gold

For gold bulls it is enriching to analyze the arguments of the ones at the other side of the trade. In the case of gold one should simply turn on a mainstream media channel to get this information. In that respect, a CNBC interview highlighted four reasons why hedge funds will continue to dominate the gold price down. When analyzing these arguments, however, one can quickly conclude that it is a trader’s point of view. Moreover, for each argument there is a valid counter-argument.

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Gold Investing – Are The 7 Fundamental Drivers And Negative Real Rates Still Intact?

Gold Investing – Are The 7 Fundamental Drivers And Negative Real Rates Still Intact?

The latest investment research paper from the World Gold Council analyzes three topics in detail: (1) Gold and US interest rates: a reality check (2) What drives gold? Factors that influence the asset class and its role in a portfolio (3) The role of gold in defined-contribution plans explained in a Mexico case study.

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Dr. Copper Flashing Red Alert

Dr. Copper Flashing Red Alert

Dr. Copper stands for the shape of the global economic health. If it breaks down – which is very likely at this point – we can be fairly sure of a significant correction or a mini-crash in several other markets. Could it signal the mother of all crashes? Not yet, as the market is not giving enough signs of taking over control from central planners, an event which we expect between 2014 and 2016.

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This Is The Biggest Debt Bubble In History

This Is The Biggest Debt Bubble In History

Excessive monetary stimulus and low interest rates create financial bubbles. This is the biggest debt bubble in history. It is a potent deflationary force and central banks are forced into deploying increasingly aggressive offsetting inflationary forces.

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The Truth About Gold Backwardation

The Truth About Gold Backwardation

For the moment being the gold market is NOT in backwardation. It has not been at any time whatsoever on the Comex during the entire time this backwardation talk commenced and picked up some gullible followers.

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