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Manifestations In Argentina Against Money Printing & Capital Controls

Manifestations In Argentina Against Money Printing & Capital Controls

What is frightening is that politicians believe their own stories and think that the printing press will bring prosperity to their country and citizens. At least, they pretend to do so. Let’s get serious, who in this modern world reigned by the homo economicus still believes that adding huge quantities to the money supply comes without consequence?

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What Does The Future Have In Store For Gold?

What Does The Future Have In Store For Gold?

More paper money continues to be printed by central banks round the globe. Creation of $85.0 billion a month in new paper money by the Fed and its utilization for the purchase of government bonds and mortgage-backed securities has allowed inflation to creep in. In the past, gold has always climbed higher in such situations.

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This Is How Gold Rush Asia 2013 Looks Like

This Is How Gold Rush Asia 2013 Looks Like

The gold buying frenzy is the biggest in Asia. As we all know, we are living in an era in which gold is moving from the West to the East. Gold simply follows where the money goes, as James Steel once said. As a picture tells a thousand words, we will keep this story short and let the following pictures speak.

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Where Are The Regulators After The Historic Gold & Silver Price Drop?

Where Are The Regulators After The Historic Gold & Silver Price Drop?

It appears that the multi-market price smash of this past week is also destined to be intentionally ignored by both the CME and the CFTC, save for the braggadocios press release from the CME and some not so reassuring words from Commissioner Chilton that the agency is ”looking into it.”

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US Mint Sells Most Coins Ever In First 4 Months

US Mint Sells Most Coins Ever In First 4 Months

While April has not been completed, with a bit more than a week to go, the sales reports again beat all previous years. We have created the following overview which shows the sales of the US Mint gold and silver coins year-to-date. Physical gold and silver demand is on fire and has been accelerated this week with the gold and silver price drop.

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Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Sold Out Of Bullion

Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Sold Out Of Bullion

The list of evidence and testimonials of an explosion in PHYSICAL gold and silver demand keeps on growing. Here is now the President of the Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Society, who testifies on Bloomberg that their exchange is sold out of gold bullion. The delivery time is increasing as they rely on shipments out of Switzerland and London.

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Economic Indicators Not As Contained As Politicians Pretend

Economic Indicators Not As Contained As Politicians Pretend

In the past couple of weeks there has been an accumulation of worrying economic indicators, to say the least. This short article provides an overview. Is it a coincidence that gold and silver crashed, just like in the summer of 2008?

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Global Gold Outlook Report – 2nd Quarter

Global Gold Outlook Report – 2nd Quarter

This article is based on the Outlook Report from Global Gold in Switzerland, written by Claudio Grass. It provides a fundamental view on gold, not a short term price forecast. However, it takes into account the recent gold price decline and other major events.

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Global Physical Gold & Silver Demand On Fire Amid Price Drop

Global Physical Gold & Silver Demand On Fire Amid Price Drop

The demand in the physical market is unprecedented. Because real-time reporting about physical gold and silver purchases does not exist, we need to rely on what bullion dealers are reporting. The picture is highly consistent and reveals the price crash side effects.

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Gold – Maybe The Most Controversial Asset Of Them All

Although the hardest asset of them all, it has always been one associated with emotions. A lot of people have a kind of a love/hate relationship with gold. But if even the Nobel price winner for economics evokes so much controversy about his theory and the real function of the oldest of all assets, then it mostly proves us that gold is the most misunderstood of them all.

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Chris Martenson: Fractional Gold Lending At Work

It feels to me that this move was designed to scare off weak hands and pull it into the official part of the system to cover the leasing. And the best way to get something from someone is to convince them that they should not want it.

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Marc Faber: Gold Going Lower Will Offer An Excellent Buying Opportunity

From a longer term perspective, I would give it some time. We may go lower. I am not worried. I am happy gold is finally coming down, which will provide a very good entry point.

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This Game Will Stop When The Public Loses Confidence In Their Currency

| April 15, 2013 | Articles: General
This Game Will Stop When The Public Loses Confidence In Their Currency

All we need to do is to use our common sense to consider that if manufacturing is robust, there is a real demand for the raw materials, commodities, natural resources, etc., used to create those goods or products. When I see Dr. COPPER going one way, DOWN, and I see the equity markets going the other, UP, I know something is terribly, terribly wrong.

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Kyle Bass: I See Gold As Another Currency

They can mine some more gold, but they can’t print gold at the rate the central bank is printing money. I see gold as another currency, it’s that simple; I don’t view it as a commodity.

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