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Gold Miners Flirting With Key Trendline

Gold Miners Flirting With Key Trendline

So far the Gold Mining sector has failed to staged a strong rebound from the very important support level at around 160 on the HUI Gold Bugs Index. While the price still remains above support, it has not yet moved above the 200 day moving average.

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Silver Price Projections for 2020

Silver Price Projections for 2020

Based on the past 15 years, we should expect considerable and increasing volatility, as the next few years will probably see dramatically increasing debt, stock market corrections (the S&P is overvalued and probably peaking in 2015), deflationary forces and increasing debt defaults, desperate central banks “printing” even more currencies, a derivative scare or crash, central bank created consumer price inflation, another financial crisis, and the list goes on.

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Ted Butler: The Biggest Silver Haul In History

Ted Butler: The Biggest Silver Haul In History

How in the world can JPMorgan eventually sell hundreds of millions of ounces of silver without flooding the market and causing prices to crash? This is what JPMorgan does as a regular part of their business – accumulate and then liquidate massive market positions before most people get out of bed every morning. It is second nature to them. In my opinion, this silver will be sold before most people realize they bought it in the first place. Buying 350 million ounces of silver was the hard part, selling it will be a snap.

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Why Precious Metals Should Be Part Of A Diversified Portfolio

Why Precious Metals Should Be Part Of A Diversified Portfolio

Even if you are among the minority of investors who holds a sizable allocation to physical precious metals, you can probably take steps to become a more fully diversified precious metals investor. Whether it’s acquiring tenth-ounce gold coins or one-ounce palladium bullion bars, by becoming more broadly diversified within the precious metals space, you’ll become financially more resilient.

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Expect A Quiet Week In Gold And Silver Prices

Expect A Quiet Week In Gold And Silver Prices

For the week commencing May 11th, we expect a very quiet week. There are only a handful number of economic data without any central bank announcement, as seen on the next table. The data that are scheduled to be released are typically not moving precious metals prices.

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Gold Nearing A Key Pivot Point In 7 Charts

| May 10, 2015 | Category: Investing
Gold Nearing A Key Pivot Point In 7 Charts

In this article, we show gold’s developing story in 7 amazing charts. As usual, we look at gold from different angles. If anything, it becomes clear that the precious metals market is nearing a pivot point. We cannot be sure in which direction this will resolve, we can only keep on monitoring the developments in the weeks and months ahead until we see a trend. Based on our analysis, we are quite convinced that a new trend in precious metals will arise in the next few months.

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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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