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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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Demand For Gold In The East Remains Explosive

Today, another astonishing figure hit the wires. This time it is Dubai who announces a staggering $ 70 billion of gold traded in their Dubai Multi Commodities Centre in 2012. China announced that 97.106 tonnes were imported in February 2013. To us, this evolution simply explains that gold is leaving the West and is massively hoarded in the East.

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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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Know Your Customer Should Be Replaced With Know Your Bank

Know Your Customer Should Be Replaced With Know Your Bank

Instead of being suckered into holding intrinsically worthless paper assets, a more intelligent and well-informed response favours increasing one’s personal stockpile of physical precious metals. In addition, it is important to keep some of your assets out of the main stream banking system. Not only should you accumulate gold and silver you should also open an offshore bank account.

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World Silver Survey 2013 – Follow The Presentation Live

The 2013 edition will report on all aspects of the 2012 silver market, providing comprehensive detail on demand, supply, investment, and price action. The (online) event takes place on Wednesday, April 24, at 8:30 AM EDT.

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Financial Astrology: The Numbers and The Markets

| April 1, 2013 | Articles: General
Financial Astrology: The Numbers and The Markets

Last year my long term projection was for the markets to continue higher along with the dollar. The dollar has continued higher while the Dow and now the S&P have made new all time highs. This trend could continue throughout the year and we could see the dollar continue to gain strength.

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Unintended Consequences Of The Ongoing Financial Repression

Unintended Consequences Of The Ongoing Financial Repression

Grant Williams explains exactly in which situation we find ourselves today thanks to excessive interventions of governments over the past decade. We have summarized five key take-aways for readers who do not have the time to listen to the whole presentation.

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Cyprus – Confiscation Of Savings A Reality … But What Changed?

Cyprus – Confiscation Of Savings A Reality … But What Changed?

The final decision on Cyprus is about to be announced today. Our question is: which structural measures are taken (or at least are being discussed) to solve the core of the problem? What is being undertaken to avoid that this problem returns in 12 or 24 months? Because if it does, it will backfire much harder!

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Q1 2013 US Silver Eagle Sales Beats All Records

Q1 2013 US Silver Eagle Sales Beats All Records

Today’s US Mint figures show an astonishing increase of almost a million ounces in one week. March 2013 stands now at 3,356,500 silver ounces sold. Replace the latest figure in the above table and it becomes clear how this is the best first quarter ever.

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