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Negative Real Interest Rates Continue To Drive The Gold Price

| November 18, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Negative Real Interest Rates Continue To Drive The Gold Price

GoldSilverWorlds had the honour to do a Q&A with Ronald Stoeferle, who is a precious metals analyst and author of the well known reports “In Gold We Trust” (see last edition of the report). People tend to focus on the daily “noise” and often forget the long term view. The first point that Ronald Stoeferle made during our discussion, was that the major topics of his first report (from  five years ago) are still relevant. In fact, he doesn’t see any fundamental change since then. The only change he noticed is that the figures became bigger, in the first place the debt levels and the amounts of the rescue packages. […]

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Gold In China – Update November 2012

| November 16, 2012 | Articles: General

Lots of news is coming out of China these days. We’ve selected the three most valuable insights and quote them in this article. Today Mineweb wrote that gold demand in Q3 had fallen compared to a year earlier and that the decrease was due to decreased demand out of China as the Chinese economy is slowing down. Global gold demand dropped 11 percent in the three months to September from record levels seen in the same period last year, dampened mainly by fading Chinese fervour as its economy slowed, with stronger Indian demand stemming a larger fall, the World Gold Council said. Chinese gold consumption fell 8 percent in the July […]

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Why Not Gold Instead Of The US Dollar, Says Turkish Prime Minister

| November 13, 2012 | Articles: General

The international pressure on the usage of the US dollar as a world reserve currency is increasing. Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan openly asked why the International Monetary Fund is not using gold as its reserves instead of the dollar. It’s becoming increasingly clear that the dollar isn’t necessarily a blessing but rather an issue for some countries. These are some highlights from what Erdoğan publicly said (source: Sabah.com.tr) Expressing that he doesn’t feel it is right for the IMF to act according to one nation’s currency, Erdoğan states, “The IMF extends aid on a who, where, how and on what conditions bases. For example, if the IMF is under the influence of […]

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Gold Rush – A New Ebook About America’s Gold Rushes

| November 13, 2012 | Articles: General

The new ebook “Gold Rush!” by Mike Landfair answers the question “How do I buy Gold?” It is written for the novice who wants to protect his or her wealth, but doesn’t know how. Mike Landfair has been writing about Gold (and Silver) and making predictions about future precious metal prices for almost a decade. He wants to help people to survive the collapse of fiat currencies. The author describes in his book the two Gold rushes that America has experienced. He believes we are about to go through the third one. The first Gold rush began in 1848 with the Gold discovery in California and sparked radical change in […]

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Silver Manipulation Explained In A Simple Way By Ted Butler

Silver Manipulation Explained In A Simple Way By Ted Butler

The month of October marked the highest amount of Silver Eagles sales over the past five years. One could ask why the price of silver was coming down from its peak early October. Of course part of the answer lies in the fact that Silver Eagles are not the only form of silver bullion. But there have been numerous examples in the past where the demand for physical silver was increasing while its price was decreasing, as described by Jeff Nielson amongst many others. The point is that the traditional law of demand and supply don’t always work especially not in the silver market. The central points is this: the price of […]

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Physical Gold Demand: Secrets To Be Unveiled ?

| November 11, 2012 | Articles: Insights

With news hitting the wires about the central banks’ gold holdings being questioned, the pressure for transparency is increasing. GoldMoney published a podcast in which Jim Willie is being interviewed about the situation in the physical gold market, especially triggered by the latest stories of central banks’ gold. Jim Willie is known for the inside information he gets from various sources deep into the gold market, apart from his “ultra-direct” style. Some of the statements he made are well worth reflecting. We collected some highlights which you can find below. The situation in the physical gold market can be summarized as being incredibly tight. Both Jim Willie and the host Alasdair Macleod agree […]

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The Invisible Experiment With Money And Gold

| November 8, 2012 | Articles: Insights

Michael MacDonald and Christopher Whitestone did a superb Q&A with GoldSilverWorlds. In their book “The Silver Bomb” (available on Amazon.com), they wrote about their views on the world and the markets. They have summarized it and enriched with recent facts and figures. The markets are completely bought and paid for, corrupt,  and manipulated … “a farce”. We are in a corruption bubble, the largest corruption bubble the world has ever seen in modern history and perhaps in all history. This is the first time that the world has been united within instant communication, instant information, instant deposit or receipt of funds into any bank account or financial institution. Michael says: […]

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Peter Schiff About Infinite Inflation And The Safe Havens Gold & Silver

In his latest article, Peter Schiff explains the negative effects of interventions of monetary stimulus by the central bank. In particular, inflation is the result of money printing and although governments claim inflation is under control, it is an inevitable effect longer term. It is shortsighted to think that monetary interventions come without (negative) effects. The acclaimed decline of unemployment by the creation of money is not realistic in Peter Schiff’s opinion. Obviously a lot of other thinkers and commentators share the same view. After the announcement of QE3 (also dubbed “QE Infinity”) created yet another round of media chatter about a recovery, the Fed’s Open Market Committee has decided […]

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Gold & Silver Today – November 7th

| November 7, 2012 | Articles: General

Our selection of today’s gold and silver news: Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts – Good To Be Back Home Again Source: Jesse’s Crossroads Cafe | 2012-11-07 Gold, shares gain, dollar slips after Obama victory Source: SGT Report | 2012-11-07 Charteris: Silver to Rise 500%, Gold to Hit $2,500 in 2015 Source: SGT Report | 2012-11-07 Hathaway: Gold Setup To Super-Surge To New All-Time Highs Source: King World News | 2012-11-07 Obama Wins; Gold And Silver Jump 2 and 3 Percent Source: Gold Core | 2012-11-07 GATA’s clamor reaches an ever-wider circle of the gold universe Source: GATA | 2012-11-07 Richard Russell – I See Catastrophic Insane Bubbles Everywhere Source: […]

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David Morgan: The Silver Supply Squeeze In 1980 Could Look Like A Warm-up

David Morgan: The Silver Supply Squeeze In 1980 Could Look Like A Warm-up

During an interesting interview on PracticalBull.com, David Morgan made the statement that the silver supply squeeze of 1980 could look like a warm-up compared to what could be coming in the not too distant future. The bull run in the 70’s took the price of silver from less than $5 to almost $50 dollar. Of course, there is nothing shocking to this statement for long term followers of the precious metals markets or for people that understand today’s monetary catastrophe that is unfolding. But still it’s worth one’s time to look at the analysis of a respected person like David Morgan which leads him to such a conclusion. His analysis […]

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GE Christenson About His Ebook: Survival Investing With Gold and Silver

| November 1, 2012 | Articles: General

GE Christenson launched an ebook “Survival Investing.” He wrote the book because of his conviction that inflation is an inevitable event. There are dangers associated with the current global money printing schemes, which people should be aware of. These monetary topics are not easy to grasp, so the author created a book that’s easy to read and simple to understand. It’s written in a way that people could relate to the ideas and examples in the book, in order to understand the necessity of hedging their purchasing power to inflation. The author says: “I lived through the inflation of the 1970’s in the United States. I fully expect the coming […]

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Unallocated Gold Storage Or Accounts: Avoid This Risk When Buying Gold

| November 1, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Unallocated Gold Storage Or Accounts: Avoid This Risk When Buying Gold

This is the third of a five part series that is based on a Q&A with Nick Barisheff, CEO of Bullion Management Group Inc. and author of the book “$10,000 Gold: Why Gold’s Inevitable Rise is the Investor’s Safe Haven.” His book will be released later this year but is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com. In our first article, we discussed the single most important reason for gold’s primary upward trend pointing to $10,000. The second part provided insights in the unwillingness of people and the media to see the real benefits of owning physical gold. In this third article, we look at the risks to avoid when buying precious metals. […]

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Silver Price Update – October 2012

Silver Price Update – October 2012

The silver price has been holding strong above $ 32 per ounce over the past  couple of weeks. The metal closed the month of October at the London Fix at $ 32.28, € 20.03, £ 24.28.  Where does the price of silver stand currently? The charts show a couple of interesting things. First, on the weekly chart we see the 50 day moving average about to cross the 200 day moving average. In technical terms it’s an important bullish event, called a golden cross over. Moreover, since the big smash of May 2nd 2011, the silver price has been standing very strong the past couple of weeks  compared to the previous […]

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Jim Sinclair: Gold Confiscation in 1933 Was What QE Is In 2012

When Mr Gold talks, you better make sure you listen. Jim Sinclair requested via his website to control emotions and writings with regard to gold confiscation. It’s quite unlikely that gold will be confiscated in 2012 like it happened in 1933. In order to understand the reason why, it’s mandatory to have some basic monetary insights. This is how Jim Sinclair explains it it: In the 1930s gold was to the monetary system what QE is today, a means of increasing the supply of money for Fed and Treasury discretionary use. The US Secretary of the Treasury and President Roosevelt set the gold price higher at their daily breakfast together […]

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