Author Archive: Taki T

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 & Silver Price Subject To Greediness Of Traders

Gold & Silver Price Subject To Greediness Of Traders

Short covering, triggered by rumours of a potential US downgrade from Moody’s, are sending gold and silver prices vertical. The move higher comes after a very suspicious spike this night in which the silver price was pushed 10% lower within the first hour of Asian trading (with a bank holiday in Europe). The charts show the price action in today’s trading sessions. In our own words: folly of the highest degree, or the metals being subject to greediness of traders.

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Gold In 2013 – Too Many Mysteries Remain Inexplicable

| May 19, 2013 | Articles: Insights
Gold In 2013 – Too Many Mysteries Remain Inexplicable

It is clear that much is brewing below the surface of the gold market. There are too many significant evolutions related to PHYSICAL gold. The most credible assumptions we can come to are threefold (1) Strong hands are positioning themselves for the fundamental risks that are inherent in the present monetary system. (2) There is tightness in some specific vaults specifically the ones from US market participants. (3) When it comes to central bank gold, a final clearing out of the vaults of central banks in countries that are part of the «golden billion» zone is currently underway.

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A New Chapter In Currency Wars – Russia Joins The Game

| May 14, 2013 | Articles: General
A New Chapter In Currency Wars – Russia Joins The Game

The latest participant in the game is Russia. Not coincidentally is it the next country in the BRICS complex, one that was hit particularly because of the measures in Cyprus. The message from the BRICS appears to be very clear: the urgent dismantle of the dollar system.

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Sorry, We The People Are No Machines

| May 12, 2013 | Articles: Insights
Sorry, We The People Are No Machines

Are we right to conclude that consumers (at least in the US, and very likely in Europe as well) do not have the ability AND willingness to take on more debt in order to spend more? Maybe there is some spending fatigue. As the French use to say: c’est trop.

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Gold – You Better Hold It

Gold – You Better Hold It

It seems very likely that physical gold is moving from weak to strong hands which is the people who recognize the monetary value of gold and chose to physically own it. They prefer to hold their metal which they consider more important than price swings. On the other hand, the investment community is not at the point yet where they chose for the metal for its monetary protection.

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Cyprus & Gold – Noise vs Facts

| April 10, 2013 | Articles: General

Let us be very clear on this. The Central Bank of Cyprus today announced openly and officially that no talks are ongoing about this subject. What does it tell about the reliability of news coming out of mainstream media related to gold? Correct, the mainstream media simply do not understand the gold market, set aside the dynamics within the precious metals market.

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The Great Disconnect Between Paper & Physical Silver

| April 2, 2013 | Articles: Insights
The Great Disconnect Between Paper & Physical Silver

This article proves how paper silver (i.e. silver futures market) has been able to cap the silver price despite exceptional strength in the physical silver market. The first quarter of 2013 revealed this great disconnect based on publicly available data. Besides, silver expert Ted Butler calculates an historic concentration of short positions by JP Morgan allowing the bank to control the silver price.

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Truth Seeking: Is The Gold Bull Market Ending?

| February 5, 2013 | Articles: Insights
Truth Seeking: Is The Gold Bull Market Ending?

A couple of days ago, Credit Suisse published their latest gold market analysis. The report called the end of the 12 year bull run. As truthseekers, we owe our readers the true facts and the complete story. This article shows some elements that were not taken into account in the report. It helps people conduct their own research instead of taking reports or predictions as given.

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The gold rush will return

| August 4, 2012 | Articles: Insights
The gold rush will return

It’s easy to be bewildered by the daily noise of the mainstream media. Yet at a time when savings and wealth are threatened by the debt crisis, there is little talk about the real benefits of precious metals as a hedge against the ongoing crisis. People are completely missing the point. What about gold’s fundamental value? What about the real benefits of owning gold? To help put this in perspective, I created a simple but comprehensive framework below, outlining the bullish and bearish factors affecting gold’s “true” value. An historical evolution is underway, with many important gold-bullish events in recent months despite the horizontal price action. Something that could be of […]

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The gold price could be preparing its flight

The gold price could be preparing its flight

The summer is there, time for a well deserved holiday. Most people booked their flight … but what about the gold price ? It could be it is preparing its flight as well. We read on Forbes.com an interesting article, concluding that gold could be setting up for a major move. Based on technical analysis, the author showed that the gold price is on a critical juncture. As we are in secural bull market, the technical indicators should be signaling a powerful move up (not down). One of the most respected newsletter writers on this planet, Richard Russel, published a similar conclusion earlier this week. His opinion was based on a […]

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