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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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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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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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Darryl Schoon’s Five Favorite Books

We had the honour this weekend to do a Q&A with Darryl Schoon. What was intended to be a short talk about a limited number of specific questions, became a long and in-depth conversation about the fundamentals of modern life (economy, money and currency, precious metals, psychology, history). The world through the lens of Gold as Darryl sees it … that’s how we would describe the unique conversation. We would like to thank Darryl for the time he spent with us and the timely knowledge and wisdom he shared. Of course, readers will benefit from his insights as well, as we’ll publish several resumes in the coming weeks, starting with Darryl’s […]

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Jim Sinclair: Gold Is Going To And Through $ 3,500

Jim Sinclair is not only known for his nick name Mr Gold, but also for encouraging people with its down-to-earth but wise words. His fundamental belief for a very long time has been that the price of gold would go much, much higher, not excluding it could reach $ 12,000. During that fantastic journey, two price points would be key pivot points: $ 529 and $ 1764. Both prices would mark the transition to a new phase in the long term gold bull market. What’s remarkable is that Jim Sinclair made these statements and mentioned those price points before the start of the bull market. Up until now, he has had a […]

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Eric Sprott Announces Sprott Silver Coins And Bars With Own Signature

| October 19, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

Sprott stands for vision, quality, security and of course precious metals. Within the group of companies that entrepreneur Eric Sprott has built, Sprott Money being one of the companies, launches silver bars and coins with the Sprott signature. The coins and bars are minted from 99.9% pure silver. Each 1 ounce silver coin and 10 ounce silver bar features the renowned Sprott name and bears the beautiful carving of the Canadian maple leaf. The 1 ounce silver coin is also engraved with a striking image of the inukshuk. For a limited time, you can pre-order these exclusive bars and rounds with $15 off shipping (insurance fees apply). During the pre-order […]

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Izzy Friedman: What Now For the Price of Silver?

This is an excerpt from Ted Butler’s latest commentary to his premium newsletter subscribers – www.butlerresearch.com It has been quite some time since my good friend and silver mentor, Izzy Friedman, has written something about silver. Devastated by the loss of his wonderful wife of 56 years, Gabriella, Izzy withdrew from his daily silver market observation and our telephone conversations in order to restructure his life around family and travel and contemplation. We have started to talk more frequently and he agreed to write something. For those who may not be familiar with Izzy, it was a personal challenge from him to me almost 30 years ago that started me on […]

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Tocqueville: Outlook For Gold Price & Gold Shares

The second quarter closed out on a strong note for gold bullion and the mining shares. Reuters reported two weeks ago that the gold price saw its biggest quarterly gain of the last two years. So far mainstream media. More in-depth insights were published this week in the quarterly investor letter from Tocqueville Asset Management. The letter (bottom of this article) is edited by the respected John Hathaway and contains an overview of the past quarter as far as gold bullion and precious metals mining shares are concerned, as well as the firm’s short and long term expectations. It contains also 60 charts that Tocqueville is monitoring to come to […]

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Egon Von Greyerz: Money Printing vs Allocated Physical Gold

Egon Von Greyerz: Money Printing vs Allocated Physical Gold

Things don’t always need to be complex, they simply need to be clear. From that point of view, we really like the simplicity  which Egon Von Greyerz uses to describe the dynamics of the debt crisis. It all starts with excessive money printing and the absence of a currency backed by any hard asset. That’s the trigger for a distorted economic system in which the value of money decreases, real rates become negative, the currency devalues and price inflation increases (possibly ending up in hyperinflation). Some traditional thinkers will probably argue that “economic growth” can be the result of money printing. Some even believe that the more money is printed, the […]

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Nick Barisheff: The Destruction Of Currency And Rise Of Gold

GoldSilverWorlds had the honour to discuss some important topics related to precious metals 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” which will be released later this year and is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com. This article is the first one in a five part series. The topics that we covered: the current transfer of wealth from paper to hard assets (primarily gold & silver), ongoing currency destruction, tips for low risk-high reward investing, and the ignorance of mainstream media towards gold’s huge advance. Today’s discussion is based on the primary trend […]

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Peter Schiff: Amazing Silver Opportunity because of Operation Screw

This is a transcript of Peter Schiff’s video about today’s silver opportunity. Peter schiff says: “I am talking today on behalf of my company Euro Pacific Precious Metals. I have been encouraging people to buy gold & silver for years. I was particularly vocal about it in late August when the charts broke out in both gold & silver. It became apparent to people that QE3 was coming. I knew QE3 was coming the minute they launched QE2, because I knew that QE2 wouldn’t work. In fact, I knew QE1 was coming before they even coined the term. I didn’t know how they were going to call it, but I […]

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Theodore Butler: The Arguments Against a Silver Manipulation

No matter how convinced I may be that silver has been manipulated downward in price by JPMorgan’s concentrated and rapidly increasing short position in COMEX futures contracts; it is vital to explore why that may be wrong. Particularly with a conviction held for a long period of time, it is important to make sure I am not missing anything basic. The best way to do that is to listen closely to those who may disagree with the silver manipulation allegations. However, uncovering the arguments against a silver manipulation is not as easy as you might think. For one thing, there is certainly no strong case against manipulation being made by […]

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Theodore Butler: Transparency

| September 24, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

I’ve gotten more mail than usual from subscribers recently, most with a common theme – I should publicize the real goings on in silver to a wider audience. Many suggested taking out advertisements in popular media sources, like the Wall Street Journal, accompanied with genuine offers of contribution. Others suggested I approach the big hedge funds to interest them in investing in silver. Not only do I agree with the suggestions, but I have been trying to extend the reach of the real silver story for quite some time. It’s kind of what I do. I don’t think The Wall Street Journal would even accept an ad that accused one […]

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Jim Sinclair Explains How QE3 Will Lead To The End Game

We read an excellent set of insights from Mr Gold (Jim Sinclair), who is known famous for his generosity in sharing his wisdom. In one of his latest articles, he explains how we got to the point where the last round of Quantitative Easing (QE3) was inevitable. With a high degree of accuracy, he explains the situation in the derivatives market and the manipulation of regulators as being one of the root causes of the huge financial problems we are facing. These kinds of facts are not reported in the media, for sure not the mainstream media. We appreciate Jim Sinclair for his honesty, integrity and generosity. Mr Sinclair points to […]

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