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Taki joined recently the network of authors at www.GoldSilverWorlds.com. He works as a consultant in online business and digital marketing. In his spare time, he loves to write about the evolutions in the monetary and financial world. He considers PHYSICAL gold and silver the ultimate protection against fiat currency, financial repression and currency wars.

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Did China Kick-Start A New Bull Market In Gold?

| August 19, 2015 | Category: Money & Currency
Did China Kick-Start A New Bull Market In Gold?

China ‘de-pegged’ in a way its currency from the dollar. Make no mistake, this is a HUGE event. The second biggest economy in the world, which is on its way to become THE biggest economy worldwide, did say ‘goodbye’ to the dollar reserve currency. Because of that, it is now more than ever relying on its ‘real’ monetary reserve, i.e. GOLD.

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Gold Offers The Most Profitable Secular Opportunity

| August 13, 2015 | Category: Investing
Gold Offers The Most Profitable Secular Opportunity

There are four rules that investors should take into account which, especially in these hard times, are important to respect in a disciplined way. Admittedly, it is a contrarian approach, and it is probably not what most investors would do.

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Gold, Silver and Greek Referendum – Expect Fireworks

| June 29, 2015 | Category: Economy
Gold, Silver and Greek Referendum – Expect Fireworks

I got a friendly invitation from TheDailyCoin.org to speak about Greece (the coming referendum but also the root of the ongoing problems), as well as the precious metals market.

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Gold Nearing A Key Pivot Point In 7 Charts

| May 10, 2015 | Category: Investing
Gold Nearing A Key Pivot Point In 7 Charts

In this article, we show gold’s developing story in 7 amazing charts. As usual, we look at gold from different angles. If anything, it becomes clear that the precious metals market is nearing a pivot point. We cannot be sure in which direction this will resolve, we can only keep on monitoring the developments in the weeks and months ahead until we see a trend. Based on our analysis, we are quite convinced that a new trend in precious metals will arise in the next few months.

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How To Recognize The Long-Awaited Breakout In Precious Metals

| April 21, 2015 | Category: Price
How To Recognize The Long-Awaited Breakout In Precious Metals

The chart provides some answers to that question. In particular, it shows the trendlines in a simple and clear manner, for gold, silver and miners. Based on those trendlines, it seems that none of these assets were able to break out so far. In case we would see a break through the trendlines, ideally in all of those assets together, then we can be quite confident that we finally have a trend change. The chart provides almost exact targets to watch for a structural breakout.

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Gold’s Bull Markets In Europe and Japan Remain Unnoticed

| April 1, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold’s Bull Markets In Europe and Japan Remain Unnoticed

Admittedly, this is one of the worst corrections in the last decades (since gold started trading freely), and there is almost no sign of life in gold and silver since the price crash in April and June of 2013. But under the hood we can observe another picture. Case in point: the price of gold in several other major currencies is showing very bullish setups.

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COT Report Points To A Meaningful Gold And Silver Rally

| March 23, 2015 | Category: Trading
COT Report Points To A Meaningful Gold And Silver Rally

The latest Commitment of Traders Report for futures positions held at the close of trading on Tuesday March 17th 2015 is very encouraging. We can easily conclude, based on the data, that the current setup in futures positions point to a meaningful rally, at least in the short run, in both gold and silver. In other words, the selling in the ongoing cycle seems to be behind us, and a new short to mid term cycle should have started last week. To back up our thesis, we are looking at the rate of change of commercials short positions in the COT report. We have used this time and again, so far each time with success.

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Gold To Profit From The Coming Dollar Correction

| March 12, 2015 | Category: Money & Currency
Gold To Profit From The Coming Dollar Correction

The key take-away is that the dollar can certainly go higher from here, but the rally is close to cool down. Also, no matter how impressive the recent rally has been, its strength has been historic, so it should not be realistic to expect a similar strength going forward. These factors make us think that the pressure on commodities, including the precious metals complex, is about to fade.

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COMEX Gold Analysis – Has Gold Bottomed?

| February 23, 2015 | Category: Trading
COMEX Gold Analysis – Has Gold Bottomed?

Both Ed Steer and Ted Butler consider the COMEX market structure as evidenced by the latest COT report not very good. Ed’s estimate is that we still have about fifty or so dollars to the downside left in gold, and maybe one dollar or bit more in silver. However, he adds to it that if the commercials really want to get aggressive, we are nowhere near a price bottom. That confirms our chart analysis. Gold bulls should be prepared, as there is not enough evidence yet of a final bottom.

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Gold Gets Safe Haven Bids But COMEX Has Stopping Power

| February 1, 2015 | Category: Investing
Gold Gets Safe Haven Bids But COMEX Has Stopping Power

An important driver of the recent gold rally has been the flight to safety, away from stocks, into “risk off” assets like the US Dollar, US Bonds and gold. Clearly, gold in non-US Dollars has a much more constructive outlook because of the monstrous US Dollar rally of late. In the short run, the gold chart setup suggests a pause. Longer term, towards the second half of this year, depending on how risk on / risk off will play out, gold could be in the position to break through its long term resistance. Even with all the conclusions confirming each other, there is one major divergence, and it deserves a yellow flag in our opinion: COMEX futures positions. It has the potential to cap the rally, and even reverse it, at least in the short run. Going forward, it is key to monitor how futures positions in the COMEX evolve as the price of gold changes. Also, the key trendlines, chart patterns, and technical indicators should be monitored as prices evolve.

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Gold: COT Report Flashes Yellow Flag

| January 29, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold: COT Report Flashes Yellow Flag

The change of the commercial shorts relative to the gold price rally of the last couple of weeks has been remarkable. Commercial shorts are at the highest level since February 2013. Their stopping power has become clear in today’s price decline. As we noted earlier today, the price of gold should hold above $1,200 to counterbalance the sell off. If gold were to fall below that level, it would not bode well for the metals in the short and intermediate term.

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Debt Crisis Worsens: Syriza Wins Greek Elections, ECB Prints More Money, Gold More Valuable

| January 25, 2015 | Category: Economy
Debt Crisis Worsens: Syriza Wins Greek Elections, ECB Prints More Money, Gold More Valuable

The results of the Greek elections and the ECB’s monetary bazooka are all symptoms of the same underlying problem. Debt is not only destroying the value of a currency, but is also destroying values of a population. Governments have not been “managing” the effects when they acquired the loans, but one way or another they feel the need to “manage” the destructive effects when it becomes payback time. And what is the answer? Simple, creating even more debts and devaluing currencies even further. When one country does this in some sort of hypothecial vaccuum, it could theoretically work. But it does not work at all when all regions worldwide are implementing the same policies, simultaneously. The middle and lower class of society are the ultimate victims.

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Volatility On The Rise As Gold Being Bid Along With Other Safe Havens

| January 20, 2015 | Category: Money & Currency
Volatility On The Rise As Gold Being Bid Along With Other Safe Havens

The key take-away of this article is that gold has not lost its luster, contrary to what mainstream media and pundits have been explaining in the last two years. Despite the big decline in the price of gold in the first half of 2013, gold has been holding up very well since then, and is clearly acting as a safe haven of late.

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Gold Price Exploding In All Currencies Worldwide

| January 18, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Price Exploding In All Currencies Worldwide

Gold and gold stocks are on the move after the surprise move from the Swiss National bank to remove its currency cap versus the euro this week. This highlights gold’s valuable role as a store of value when currency volatility destroys purchasing power as it has in many parts of the world over the past year. There is a rule of thumb which says that, if gold is rising in at least 3 major currencies, there is a bullish environment. Well, here are the facts and the figures. The charts below highlight gold in several major currencies. The yellow metal has rocketed higher, not only in all of those currencies, but in literally every currency worldwide.

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