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It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

This village was a long, long way away and this story happened before the world developed High Frequency Trading, Derivatives, Quantitative Easing, PhD economists, central banking, paper money, and career politicians to manage the affairs of our nation, so this story may not be relevant to our modern and sophisticated world.

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Silver About To Turn More Volatile … To The Upside

| June 23, 2015 | Category: Price
Silver About To Turn More Volatile … To The Upside

Volatility in silver prices has been low. Periods of low volatility have always been followed by periods of high volatility. The most likely increase in silver volatility is a price spike much higher. There are many financial and political instabilities that could drive silver prices far higher. The next 6 – 9 months should be dangerous and volatile for most asset classes. Silver looks like a far better choice than bonds or equities at this time.

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Silver Producer Calls Out CFTC and Bank Manipulators

Silver Producer Calls Out CFTC and Bank Manipulators

This interview with Mr. Neumeyer, former founder of First Majestic Silver, covers the most important trends in the precious metals market. Above all, Mr. Neumeyer talks about the ongoing silver price manipulation, and the open letter that First Majestic Silver’s CEO has written to the CFTC about the blatant price manipulation in the silver futures market.

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The End Of Silver Price Manipulation – The Ultimate Confirmation

| June 22, 2015 | Category: Price
The End Of Silver Price Manipulation – The Ultimate Confirmation

While many feel that JPMorgan will continue to manipulate and cap the price of silver forever, the actual amount of money that the bank stands to make on sharply higher silver prices dictates otherwise. Of course, the bank is likely to depress the price of silver for as long as it can accumulate more actual silver and do so without too much outside notice of what these crooked market operators are really up to. The moment one or both of those conditions change, there is no reason for silver not to take off to the upside.

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The GOLD Standard for Resource Stocks

The GOLD Standard for Resource Stocks

I am convinced that First Mining Finance (FF) will be Keith Neumeyer’s 3rd billion-dollar company! It started on day 1 with 18 assets and gold, silver, lead, copper, and zinc projects in the Americas. With a current market cap of less than $50 million, FF already holds assets that just a few years ago were valued at nearly a quarter billion dollars!

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China Center Stage In This Week’s Gold Market Review

China Center Stage In This Week’s Gold Market Review

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,200.80 up $9.15 per ounce (1.62%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, gained 0.31%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index slipped 0.88% for the week.

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Western World’s Worst Enemy For Freedom

| June 20, 2015 | Category: Economy
Western World’s Worst Enemy For Freedom

Cui bono, Obama? Certainly not American citizens. Whenever Obama shouted out, “Yes, we can!” during his campaigns, stupid Americans thought he was addressing them. Hell no. He was talking to the elites but just not telling anyone.

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How Is Gold Impacted By Runaway Debt?

How Is Gold Impacted By Runaway Debt?

So how would any of this debt ever be settled were it called in tomorrow? The U.S. currently holds “only” 8,133.5 tonnes of gold in its reserves, a significant decline from the all-time high of over 20,000 tonnes in the 1950s. This amount calculates to about $340 billion—nothing to sneeze at, but a far cry from the current U.S. debt level. It’s unlikely that gold will ever reach $33,900 per ounce but the fact that supply has not kept up with debt levels suggests that prices might very well rise.

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Dollar Drop Boosts Gold After Yellen’s Speech

Dollar Drop Boosts Gold After Yellen’s Speech

A pullback in bond yields weakened the dollar which gave a boost to gold. Rate-sensitive emerging markets also bounced. These were knee-jerk reactions to the Fed statement. It remains to be seen if there’s any follow-through over the rest of the week. Markets are also watching developments in Greece very closely.

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Sneak Preview: 10 Charts From In Gold We Trust 2015

Sneak Preview: 10 Charts From In Gold We Trust 2015

In exactly one week, the 2015 edition of the “In Gold We Trust” report will be launched. It is the 9th edition. With a global reach of some 1 million readers, it is probably the most read gold report worldwide. Although the gold report will be published in one week, GoldSilverWorlds had the privilige to “take a look into the kitchen” of precious metals expert Stoeferle. This article highlights 10 interesting charts from the upcoming report.

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When Will US Debt Hit the Wall?

When Will US Debt Hit the Wall?

Assuming that revenue increases 4.6% per year, public debt increases 14% per year, and that a maximum of 1/3 of revenue can be used for paying interest, the blended interest rate in 2030 cannot exceed 2%. This tiny exercise tells me that western economies are accelerating toward a wall, there are only a few years or perhaps a decade or two remaining before a major reset must occur, and that the time for delusional thinking is nearly gone. What have you done to prepare for when one or many western economies “hit the wall?” Gold and silver might be better answers than devaluing currencies, overpriced bonds, or levitated stocks.

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Will Silver’s Quintuple Bottom Hold ?

Will Silver’s Quintuple Bottom Hold ?

Given the large open interest in COMEX silver, a “false breakout” would invalidate that view. The pivot price is $16.50. Any sustained move above or below that price will determine the next cycle. It is almost impossible to predict in which direction it will go. What we do know, however, is that it will be explosive.

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Gold Prices Weighed Down by Possible Rate Hike by U.S Fed.

| June 16, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Prices Weighed Down by Possible Rate Hike by U.S Fed.

In the unlikely event that the Fed raises rates in September, gold looks poised to continue higher over the long-term as investors will likely seek out its wealth preservation qualities as the U.S. Dollar continues to lose value in real terms. The global economy is not strong, and in fact could not tolerate higher interest rates. The ongoing currency war will also serve to keep currency values down as economies fight to keep moving forward.

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US Fed Will Create Volatility In Gold And Silver On Wednesday

US Fed Will Create Volatility In Gold And Silver On Wednesday

For the week commencing June 15th, there are several central bank announcements which will probably impact the gold and silver price significantly. On Wednesday, all eyes will be on the U.S. Fed interest rate decision, which will come with economic projections by the Fed and a speech by chairman Mrs. Yellen. It is almost certain that markets and metals will be moving, whatever the announcement and interest rate decision will be.

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