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Rick Rule: Gold Fear Trade, Silver Greed Trade, Platinum Math Trade

In his latest interview, Rick Rule shares extraordinary insights based on four decades of investing in the resource markets. He answers two highly relevant and topical questions. Is it wise to sell some gold and silver in order to move into platinum and palladium? With expected inflation and real negative rates, is it smart to hold cash?

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Marin Katusa About Physical Gold & Promising Gold Companies

In this short and powerful interview, Marin Katusa from Casey Research shares three key insights. First, people should hold physical gold because gold is money. Second, the mining sector will see a lot of companies disappear, but the survivors will perform extremely well. Third, one of those small gold companies is revealing a multimillion ounce project in the ground.

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Ted Butler: Bullish on Gold But JP Morgan Excessively Short in Silver

The recent gold and silver price takedown and the related negativity in the mainstream press were a reason for thorough investigation. With his extensive background and knowledge we trust on Ted Butler’s COT analysis (which is at the core of the short term price setting). His insights reveal a different picture than the one on the surface .

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Physical Silver Is The Investment Of The Decade

Physical Silver Is The Investment Of The Decade

We just attended a webinar organized by Eric Sprott and his respected partners John Embry and Rick Rule. Eric Sprott and his partners are convinced that the case for gold is good, but the case for silver is excellent. They consider it “the investment of this decade”, as shown in the slides.

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We Are In Uncharted Waters – The Debate Is Not Addressing The Truth

Frank Giustra is a very successful entrepreneur and investor. He succeeded in various role, from the gold mining sector to the fim industry. Very recently, he spoke at the World Outlook Financial Conference where he talked about a couple of big themes: his economic and monetary outlook, everyone’s hidden agenda, disinformation and inflation. The interview is extremely insightful, accurate and actual.

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James Rickards: World Currency System Moving Towards Catastrophe

James Rickards: World Currency System Moving Towards Catastrophe

The world currency system is riding down the road to catastrophe. Those were the words from James Rickards during a recent interview on Wall Street Journal. The world already has entered a currency war that began in 2010 on the heels of the Federal Reserve’s massive easing program. Since then, plenty of nations have joined in, including Brazil, Switzerland and Japan.

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Jim Sinclair: Positive Gold Outlook So Control Your Emotions

Jim Sinclair: Positive Gold Outlook So Control Your Emotions

Jim Sinclair commented in the past days more than he is used to. It indicates that gold holders and investors get too nervous about the long consolidation period. The general mood becomes bearish, driven by the price of the metals, the awful performance of the gold shares and negative outlook reports. As a contrarian, Jim Sinclair believes this decline will be over by his birthday, which is March 27th.

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Jim Sinclair About Gold: Do Nothing To Confuse The Shorts

Jim Sinclair confirms once again that the gold price fundamentals and ongoing currency wars underwrite a recovery in the gold price. We can expect a move to new highs soon. The core of his message is the following. You have a weapon that has ultimate power to frustrate the price manipulation. All you need to do is to do nothing whatsoever which will confuse the shorts.

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Egon von Greyerz: Gold’s Prospects & Why Gold Is Not In A Bubble

In a recent interview conducted by Fabrice Drouin Ristori from GoldBroker.com, well-known Egon von Greyerz provides his view on the necessity of owning gold and gold’s prospects. After a lengthy consolidtion of 18 months, the gold price still stands at $1,660 | €1,250 and the silver price at $22 | €30. Enough reason for the bears to argue that the top in precious metals is in and that the economy will recover. On the other hand, gold bulls focus on the monetary and economic fundamentals which leave them convinced that we are nowhere near a top. Egon von Greyerz (EvG), being part of the latter group, explains in this interview which […]

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Paul Brodsky: The Real Idea Behind The Trillion Dollar Coin

Obviously, the Trillion Dollar Coin idea is a political ploy with a targeted mission: to rid the US Treasury of its debt ceiling, which is an increasingly frequent and embarrassing public reminder of government ineptitude. Everyone knows government-led de-levering is not a serious threat. However, the irony of the scheme and its MMT / liberal Keynesian promoters could not be more delicious. The scheme exposes the forty year-old charade, otherwise known as the global monetary system, better than any mind-exercise we have been able to come up with.

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Jim Sinclair About The Fed Announcement

There is no way that the implications and consequences of what has been done up to now can be talked or manipulated away. There is no practical way that QE can cease here or in Euroland without a total and final collapse of the financial system. Just go back to the IMF report on OTC derivatives I posted this morning. If QE ceases, the US bond market collapses and the Fed must debt monetize all required debt, which means if QE stops, it starts up again immediately and in a crisis mode.

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Peter Schiff: First The Currency Cliff, Then Higher Inflation And Interest Rates

In a recent video, Peter Schiff explains the consequences of the increasing deficits to the American economy. Peter Schiff believes that things will play out in the following order: the crisis will first hit in the exchange markets, then in consumer prices (price inflation) and finally in the long term interest rates.

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Jim Sinclair On Today’s Gold Price Decline

After yesterday’s announcement from the US Fed to continue their bond buy program of $ 85 billion dollar per month, the gold price initially rallied but closed the day flat. Surprisingly, in the Asian market trading session, gold and silver took a dive. The idea that precious metals prices go down right after one of the the most bullish possible events, is highly suspicious (to say the least). That’s the type of situation when a real expert needs to explain his opinion. Jim Sinclair commented on today’s gold price action. What follows are his wise words : Gold will trade at $3500 and above on its own merits with Eastern demand in the cash […]

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Ted Butler: A Manipulation Timeline

| November 27, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

A friend and long-time subscriber who intends to write a book about the silver manipulation asked if I could provide him with a bit of history. To my mind, the silver manipulation dates back to early 1983, when the commercial traders grew confident that they could sell any quantity of paper short contracts to the technical fund buyers on the COMEX. By that time the commercials learned that technical fund buyers would never take physical delivery and could be counted on to buy or sell based upon price signals that the commercials could easily influence and control. In essence, the game has remained remarkably similar ever since. While the commercials learned to behave collusively […]

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