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10 Lessons Cyprus Is Teaching The World About Money & Gold

The Cypriot case is all over the place, in all types of media. However, it is amazing how the following simple facts remain underexposed. For those who are willing to see, here is what Cyprus is teaching the whole world about money, the debt crisis and gold.

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Gold & Silver Price Short Term Outlook – 18th March 2013

Gold & Silver Price Short Term Outlook – 18th March 2013

The short term outlook for the gold price remains very bullish. Silver has catched up, the picture looks good as well, although the open interest is quite high.

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Financial Astrology: Confiscation Not Over Yet

There could be another much bigger raid and Cyprus may be the front runner to desensitize everyone. There could be more shock (Uranus conj. Mars) in Europe over the weekend. Perhaps an epic conditioning experiment and there is risk of this “deposit tax” in American banks next year.

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JPMorgan Wins The Silver Price Fixing Lawsuit

JPMorgan Chase & Co., has won the dismissal of a nationwide investors’ lawsuit accusing the largest U.S. bank of conspiring to drive down silver prices. Ed Steer asks how someone can bring successfully a case against JPMorgan for price fixing in the silver market when the world’s #1 silver expert (Ted Butler) isn’t even asked to supply evidence or testify.

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Precious Metals – Astrology Prediction Confirmed by Jim Sinclair

I have not changed my view regarding more weakness in March, particularly near March 20th. Gold guru Jim Sinclair is also posting similar dates as mine so the word is everywhere to expect more correction. I have been advising to watch for a bullish move the first week of April and Jim is publishing the same.

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Newsflash: Wakeup Call From Cyprus To The Rest Of The World

Major news hit the wires on Saturday March 16th. Cyprus, although a very small island in Southern Europe, is the next country to announce a bailout of their banks. European officials and the government in Cyprus worked out a deal in which depositors become part of the bailout: every depositor of a bank in Cyprus will be charged a “one-time fee” of either 6.75% (for deposit less than 100,000 euros) or 9.9% (for deposits exceeding 100,000 euros).  Source: Reuters. More facts related to this crucial event: The rescue package by the EU and IMF is worth 10 billion euros ($13 billion). The government stated that this bailout deal was a […]

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An Introduction To The Sound Principles Of Austrian Economics

The Austrian view on economics – many know it from the surface, but a minority has studied the principles. This article explains the basics and applies it to today’s economy. It appears that the world could avoid a lot of suffering by applying the sound principles of Austrian economics.

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Gold & Silver Market Manipulation – A Missing Piece Of Evidence

Friday March 15th was an interesting day in the gold market. The Wall Street Journal wrote the following: “U.S. regulators are scrutinizing whether prices are being manipulated in the world’s largest gold market, according to people familiar with the situation. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is examining the setting of prices in London, in which a handful of banks meet twice daily and set the spot price for a troy ounce of physical gold, the people said.” After four and a half years of quasi silence about the silver price manipulation case, “it appears” from unnamed sources that the CFTC is “discussing” whether the daily setting of gold and silver prices […]

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Physical Silver – Record Industrial & Investment Demand

Not only is the industrial usage of silver increasing, but also more and more investors have found their way to the precious metal. For obvious reasons which we discuss extensively on Gold Silver Worlds, silver bullion provides the safety that people need in a world dominated by currency wars, unresponsible acts by governments and unseen counterparty risk.

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Gold & Silver ETF’s: Inflows, Outflows & Fuzz

Gold & Silver ETF’s: Inflows, Outflows & Fuzz

Our focus is on the facts, not the noise. We did some quick checks on the figures and collected the following data. Our conclusion: a lot of focus on the GLD physical outflows, almost no attention has been given to the SLV inflows. The total holdings of all ETF’s combined barely show a change. A lot of fuzz, which we call “noise”.

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Gold & Silver Price Short Term Outlook – 11th March 2013

Gold & Silver Price Short Term Outlook – 11th March 2013

The sentiment is extremely negative (in the media, fed by the outlook reports of large financial institutions, but even hardcore bulls are throwing in the towel). The data of the large traders, however, show a bullish picture for the time being, both in silver and gold.

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5 Key Principles To Remember When Investing In Physical Gold

n this article, we summarize the key principles for gold investors. It helps focusing on the fundamental reason why they have chosen to own PHYSICAL gold and silver. Especially in times like these, where the media is using every bit of news against the precious metals, where almost all major financial institutions revise their gold forecasts downward, and where the number of statements that the gold bull market has ended is countless.

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China Concerned About QE & Currency War

At a certain point in 2011, the Chinese let their currency go up. Amazingly, right after they did it, their inflation, trade surplus and economy “cooled off”. So the exchange rate was pegged at a new level. That’s when the Fed announced QE3, and the same process started all over.

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QE Is Canceling Market Signals & Results In Malinvestments

One of the frustrating things is that those bond purchases are canceling market signals. The bond market and the stock market have provided wonderful signals for many years as to potential problems, or potential signals. When you cancel those signals you could run into a problem.

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