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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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Gold Predictions For 2015 Down As Gold Price Rises

| January 15, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Predictions For 2015 Down As Gold Price Rises

The most important arguments for the bearish predictions are rising interest rates, weaker oil prices, a strong U.S. Dollar. The strong demand out of Asia is expected to put have a limited impact. Meantime, what is the chart telling us? As explained in this gold chart analysis, gold is heading towards $1340 an ounce in the short run.

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Gold At Major Trendline, Miners Breaking Out

| January 11, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold At Major Trendline, Miners Breaking Out

This is a huge development in the gold space. Even if you are not a big believer in chart analysis, you simply cannot ignore the long term trend on the gold chart. The first chart below is the weekly gold chart. It shows the red line which provides tremendous resistance since mid-2012, a 2.5 year trendline. Combined with the horizontal support around $1150, there is a long term descending triangle formation.

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10 Remarkable Gold And Silver Trends Going Into 2015

| January 4, 2015 | Category: Investing
10 Remarkable Gold And Silver Trends Going Into 2015

The chart setup for gold and silver does not really look like prices are ready to move much higher, at least not in the short run. Excellent chart analysis of gold and silver was provided by Michael Noonan in Gold And Silver Charts Going Into 2015: Expect More Of The Same, courtesy of ChartAnalyst.expert. Although we should not expect fireworks in terms of price, there are some favorable trends “under the hood”. They do not reflect the generally accepted pessimism towards the metals among investors. Our belief is that it will take some time until the price will move back in line with these fundamental trends. Until then, gold or silver owners can rest assured that the gold and silver market is not as bad as some would like to make you believe.

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Has The Gold Price Drop Run Its Course?

| September 22, 2014 | Category: Price
Has The Gold Price Drop Run Its Course?

The gold price dropped on Monday September 22nd to USD 1212 and EUR 942. Dollar gold is close to retest its bottom for the third time since mid-2013, a price level which was seen only in the summer of 2010. For readers seeking to understand what is going on, we are providing a comprehensive view on the gold market. We take all perspectives into account: price and chart patterns, the technical picture, sentiment, the fuures market, physical demand, gold miners, the influence of the dollar, correlation with commodities, monetary policy and inflation/deflation. We also compare several indicators with the low price points in April, June and December 2013.

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Safe Havens Since The Great Financial Crisis

Safe Havens Since The Great Financial Crisis

With the distortion created by central planners it is unlikely that a long term rise in any asset is able to hold. The global currency war will undoubtedly result in cracks in the monetary system and in several currencies in particular. Do not exclude the landscape to change with a political decision; in a matter of seconds the world could look different. In the same respect, the probability of a monetary event shocking the landscape of currencies is very high. In case gold is remonetized with the aim to alleviate the world’s debt burden, a sudden spike in the price of gold could realistically be expected.

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Gold And Silver Pull Back Slightly As Crimea Tensions Ease

| March 18, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Pull Back Slightly As Crimea Tensions Ease

Gold and silver closed slightly lower today. Tensions in Crimea seem to ease a bit, although the issue between Russia and Ukraine is evolving towards a military rather than a political affair. In addition, the relationship between Russia and the US is deteriorating visibly. Tomorrow is the announcement of the two-day FOMC meeting, scheduled at 19h GMT. Based on the previous FOMC meetings, it is obvious that volatility will be the theme of the day.

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Gold’s Protection Against Counterparty Risk Is Coming Alive

| March 16, 2014 | Category: Money & Currency
Gold’s Protection Against Counterparty Risk Is Coming Alive

To individuals, what matters is that physical gold is immune to counterparty risk. And this, ladies and gentlemen, we believe is the key take-away from the ongoing economic and financial turmoil. All those dollars, Treasuries, stocks, derivatives, e.a., running a risk to become the object of the new economic warfare, in the context of extreme leverage and excess liquidity, has one and only one antidote: unencumbered ownership of physical gold and silver.

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Gold Closes Above $1,300 After 3 Months On Steady Move Higher

| February 13, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Closes Above $1,300 After 3 Months On Steady Move Higher

Exactly 3 months ago, the price of gold broke down through the psychologically important $1,300 level. Today, spot gold prices broke above $1,300 and continued its move higher to close the New York trading session at $1,300.40. Gold is very close to test its 200 day moving average which comes at $1,304.70. Needless to say this is an important technical price level.

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Entire Precious Metals Complex At Major Resistance

| February 10, 2014 | Category: Price
Entire Precious Metals Complex At Major Resistance

Purely from a chart perspective, price patterns show that the whole precious metals complex, i.e. the four metals and the mining indexes, are all simultaneously trading at key resistance levels or at the end stages of a trading range. Let’s look the price chart of each.

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Currency Suicide: Japan Experiencing The Ugly Effects Of Its Own Policy

| December 1, 2013 | Category: Money & Currency
Currency Suicide: Japan Experiencing The Ugly Effects Of Its Own Policy

One of the consequences of Japan’s currency debasement is now starting to show its ugly head: the cheaper Yen may be intended to stimulate exports but it simultaneously makes imports more expensive.

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Financial Repression Starts Showing Its Ugly Head

| November 7, 2013 | Category: Economy
Financial Repression Starts Showing Its Ugly Head

2013 is proving to be a hallmark year in the ongoing saga which is called “economic recovery.” If anything has started to become blatant, it is undoubtedly the distortion in money, markets and metals.

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Gold Price Reflecting Mike Maloney’s “First Deflation Then Inflation”

| June 9, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold Price Reflecting Mike Maloney’s “First Deflation Then Inflation”

We want to remind readers that inflation and deflation are determined by the expansion of the monetary base, but of the money supply. The fact that the money supply is hardly growing anymore, given the fact that the velocity of money was at all time lows at the beginning of this year (the official chart has not been updated since) it is fair to accept that deflationary forces are at work and prevailing.

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A Gold Myth Exposed With 7 Simple Figures

A Gold Myth Exposed With 7 Simple Figures

GLD ETF liquidation points to disinterest of some types of investors with a profound impact on price, at least short to mid term. However, physical gold selling by the GLD ETF and COMEX are not necessarily signaling the end of the bull market. Physical gold selling and buying is an equation. The gold market is not one dimensional.

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Rick Rule – 10 Questions For Precious Metals Investors

| May 24, 2013 | Category: Investing
Rick Rule – 10 Questions For Precious Metals Investors

Is the gold bull market still intact, or did we enter a bear market? Investors should rely on the following checklist offered by Rick Rule. His answers on those questions suggest that the situation in precious metals has remained unchanged. The most acceptable conclusion is that we are not at the end of the bull market; we are rather in a cyclical decline in a secular bull market.

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