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Gold or Crushing Paper Debt

Gold or Crushing Paper Debt

Our financial world seems more unstable and more dangerous than usual. Which has been safer under difficult economic and political conditions during the past 3,000 years – gold or debt based paper?

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Financial World Is A House Of Cards Built On Sand

| October 19, 2014 | Category: Economy
Financial World Is A House Of Cards Built On Sand

The damage being done to the world economy has no precedent. The extent to which the world is being manipulated has no precedent. The degree of endless “wars” engaged in and provoked by the United States in has no precedent. The amount of worthless “currency” being used by the moneychangers to fleece the world of its wealth does have a precedent in the Rothschild formula, but the degree to which it has been utilized has no precedent. One day, and it is a certainty, the value of gold and silver will double, triple, or some unknown multiple of current suppressed values, and those who have been bemoaning the current prices will be equally rewarded as those who have kept the faith and knew that it was just a matter of time.

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What Happens With The Gold Price If Deflation Wins?

What Happens With The Gold Price If Deflation Wins?

It’s hard to argue that high debt levels are deflationary. And with the current expansion based largely on debt, we can’t expect sustainably higher economic activity to be generated. So what happens if deflation wins? Even if we eventually get inflation, what happens to our gold investments if we first go through a deflationary bust?

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The Development and Opening of China’s Gold Market

The Development and Opening of  China’s Gold Market

This is a translation of a speech delivered by Xu Luode, Chairman of the Shanghai Gold Exchange, about China’s gold market. He said he thinks China’s gold market is developing very well. He is very confident about the launch of our international board and very optimistic about the development of our gold market as a whole. In terms of development opportunities for the entire gold market in China. There is a tremendous potential for China’s physical gold market.

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What Has The Gold Price Done Since 9-11

| October 16, 2014 | Category: Price
What Has The Gold Price Done Since 9-11

Note the graph of the ratio of gold to the S&P 500 Index. Both are rising together and gold is now inexpensive (again) compared to the S&P 500 Index, like it was on 9-11. Since 9-11 crude oil prices have gone much higher and crashed lower but on average they have increased with gold prices.

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The Correlation Between The Gold Price and Bitcoins

The Correlation Between The Gold Price and Bitcoins

In mid-September, there seems to be a sudden change to a positive correlation between the gold and bitoin prices. Our magnitudes of change appear to become more alike in size and direction. There are 30 days of data calculated in generating the correlation. Therefore, the speed of this change suggests a significant shift in the that calculates the correlation value. What does this mean? We think that it may show that gold and bitcoin have been making large price movements together.

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Gold Bullion Producers Offer A Great Buying Opportunity

Gold Bullion Producers Offer A Great Buying Opportunity

The shares of quality gold bullion producers, which have been severely oversold, offer investors a great opportunity to buy low before they sell high.

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Gold Prices Rally Strongly amid Falling Equities

| October 14, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Prices Rally Strongly amid Falling Equities

The gold price suppression has been the result of the activities of the CME Group, together with major banks. By using paper contracts on Comex, these institutions are causing severe dislocations in the real world and the scam can’t continue indefinitely and will cause its own demise by how it distorts the real world of supply and demand. Furthermore, the recent rally in the U.S. dollar is unjustified by the economic fundamentals and will not be sustainable in the long-term. Gold therefore remains a crucial portfolio diversifier for the potential dangers ahead.

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Ted Butler’s Silver Price Outlook – Why This Time Could Be Different

| October 14, 2014 | Category: Price
Ted Butler’s Silver Price Outlook – Why This Time Could Be Different

What do we make out of the current futures positions in gold and silver? One thing is clear, as both Butler and Steer have reiterated, the rate of accumulation in short positions of commercial traders (read: JP Morgan) during the next rally will determine to which extent the rally will run. So far, after the silver price peak in 2011, all rallies have been capped by aggressive shorting by commercials. Is there a reason to believe this time will be different? Although hesitant, COT analyst Ted Butler believes there are reasons to believe that it could be different with the next precious metals rally.

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Silver Price At Historical Extremes Compared To Oil And Stocks

Silver Price At Historical Extremes Compared To Oil And Stocks

Silver is currently inexpensive compared to the S&P 500 Index, crude oil, the size and rate of increase of the national debt, and especially the future price for silver after markets have reset, paper assets have devalued, and hard assets have jumped much higher in price.

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Precious Metals Monthly Bank Participation Report: October 2014

Precious Metals Monthly Bank Participation Report: October 2014

The CFTC releases at the end of each month the futures positions in precious metals of the large banks. A detailed analysis was provided by Ed Steer in his latest newsletter. We want to share his analysis because Ed Steer comes to the following factual conclusion: once again, it’s Citigroup, HSBC USA, Scotiabank, along with the ring leader JPMorgan Chase, that run the show in all four precious metals.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – October 10th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – October 10th

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 $1,223.09, up $31.74 per ounce (+2.66%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, rose 0.24%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index fell 0.90% for the week.

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An End Is Still Not In Sight Gold And Silver’s Price Decline

| October 11, 2014 | Category: Price
An End Is Still Not In Sight Gold And Silver’s Price Decline

We prefer to follow developing market activity, and let it determine when a bottom is final. The realization of a bottom can take days, often weeks to confirm. Those who have called bottoms in the past few years never had the patience to wait for confirmation, which never came, obviously. Weekly gold has hit important support for the third time since the 2011 highs. There was an immediate rally following the previous two tests, and it would seem one will follow this one. There is a more positive sign on last week’s retest, for it is the only retest where price opened near the low for the week and closed relatively strongly.

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5 Reasons Why The Gold Price Could Have Bottomed at $1,180

5 Reasons Why The Gold Price Could Have Bottomed at $1,180

The yellow metal has fallen nearly 40% from its 2011 high above 1900 to trade below 1200 at the start of this week, mirroring Columbus’s own fall from grace as more of his transgressions have been brought to light. We wante to highlight five reasons that gold may not be irreparably damaged.

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