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China’s Pivotal Role For Gold: More Questions Than Answers

China’s Pivotal Role For Gold: More Questions Than Answers

There are many unanswered questions that go way beyond the seemingly most pressing ones of wanting to know when gold and silver will rally, and by how much? For how much longer can the reality of an acknowledged shortage for physical gold and silver go on in the face of an unprecedented and growing supply of worthless fiat, where the former have a historic intrinsic value and the latter has no value, whatsoever, except in the mindless minds of the users?

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Weekly Gold Market Review With 4 Amazing Charts

Weekly Gold Market Review With 4 Amazing Charts

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 $1,188.38 up $9.79 per ounce (0.83%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 1.54%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index lost 0.54% for the week.

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Physical Silver: Four Cases Of Industrial Advances

Physical Silver: Four Cases Of Industrial Advances

This article details several cases in which silver helps several industry types in making advances: agriculture, health and electricity. This is an excerpt from the latest newsletter released by The Silver Institute.

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An Insane Financial World

An Insane Financial World

A few words come to mind: anger, anguish, bankruptcy, betrayal, depression, recession, repression, riots, stagflation, and trauma. In a saner world, we will depend far less on fiat currencies that are devalued easily and inevitably. Instead we will trust gold and silver more and paper much less. My advice: Create your own financial sanity!

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House of Cards – Will It Collapse?

House of Cards – Will It Collapse?

To maintain confidence and the illusion of growth central banks must continue to inflate the bond, equities, and currencies bubbles. Expect more debt – lots more debt as central banks feed monetary heroin into their economies. The inevitable result of too much debt is a crash or reset.

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Gold Mining Index Shows Bullish Signs

Gold Mining Index Shows Bullish Signs

We looked at these charts just a few weeks ago. The charts still look pretty so I’m doing a quick update. Price continues to base above the 152 support level. MACD is rising steadily on a buy signal. The transition, of course, is from downtrend to uptrend after three+ years of steadily lower prices. The blue Andrews pitchfork is describing what could be a nascent uptrend in this sector.

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A Glimpse Into The New Monetary Architecture

A Glimpse Into The New Monetary Architecture

This is an excerpt from the latest Advisory Board meeting by Incrementum Liechtenstein. In this article, we highlight the thoughts of Jim Rickards and Heinz Blasnik when it comes to the future of our monetary system, and their views are rather surprising.

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Ted Butler: Silver’s COT Report Turns Bullish

Ted Butler: Silver’s COT Report Turns Bullish

The big, but very welcomed surprise was that the silver short position in the managed money category grew by a sharp 5,441 contracts to 37,724 contracts despite the price close above the 50-day moving average into the Tuesday cutoff.

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Cash Used By Banks In Latest Act Of Financial Repression

Cash Used By Banks In Latest Act Of Financial Repression

Governments and banks around the world are making it more difficult to save and transact with cash in their latest attempt to financially suppress their citizens. Their goal is to force you to deposit cash and charge you interest as well as having total control over the money on deposit.
Not surprisingly, the reason given was to “fight terrorism!” The war on cash is proliferating globally. Recently, the Swiss National Bank implemented negative interest rates without first solving the “problem” of how to prevent cash from fleeing the banks. And as to be expected, prudent depositors started doing some calculations.

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Gold Prices In 2020?

Gold Prices In 2020?

History and current actions justify the expectation that governments and central banks will increase debt, devalue fiat currencies, and thereby force gold and silver prices much higher. Convert digital dollars, yen, pounds, and euros into gold and silver while you can. Current “on sale” prices will not last much longer.

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Why $1120.50 Is Critical for The Price Of Gold

Why $1120.50 Is Critical for The Price Of Gold

So far, the low of the 43-month-old bear market is 1134.10, leaving about $13 of room before we have reason for deep concern. And just to be sure, I’ll stipulate that the June contract close beneath 1120.50 for two consecutive months before we assume the 808.50 target is in play. Meanwhile, that midpoint support should be regarded not only as a minimum downside objective for now, but as a potential spot to try bottom-fishing with a tight stop-loss.

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Precious Metals: Contratrend Rally And Not

Precious Metals: Contratrend Rally And Not

Gold Spot price carries an enigma in behavior over the past six months in that with the dollar rally, Gold went nowhere; with the stock market rally, Gold went nowhere. Both of these relationships are generally inverse in nature. However, from a Relative Strength perspective, the expected underperformance of Gold versus the dollar and versus stocks, has held 6 Gold has underperformed both.

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Gold And Silver Price: Expect Volatility Later This Week

Gold And Silver Price: Expect Volatility Later This Week

For the week commencing May 4th, there are a limited number economic data but they are typically moving markets and metals. On Friday, the U.S. monthly unemployment figures will be released, as seen on the table below. Moreover, Janet Yellen will be speaking on Wednesday. Both events have the potential to create volatility in stocks, bonds and precious metals.

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Weekly Review For Gold Investors – May 1st

Weekly Review For Gold Investors – May 1st

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.

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