Tag: central banks

An Introduction To The Sound Principles Of Austrian Economics

The Austrian view on economics – many know it from the surface, but a minority has studied the principles. This article explains the basics and applies it to today’s economy. It appears that the world could avoid a lot of suffering by applying the sound principles of Austrian economics.

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QE Is Canceling Market Signals & Results In Malinvestments

One of the frustrating things is that those bond purchases are canceling market signals. The bond market and the stock market have provided wonderful signals for many years as to potential problems, or potential signals. When you cancel those signals you could run into a problem.

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Jim Sinclair: The Last Days Or Weeks Of The Correction In The Metals

Jim Sinclair: The Last Days Or Weeks Of The Correction In The Metals

The earliest date of the end of the decline is the 28th of February and the longest period of pressure is until the 27th of March. Thereafter gold is released to the upside which will be a minimum of $3500.

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Gold Price Drops Below 1200 Euro

Gold Price Drops Below 1200 Euro

There is a spike low down near the 1150 level made in September of 2011, the last line of bullish defense for euro gold. In a sense, this corresponds closely to the $1550 – $1530 zone on the US Dollar priced gold chart. Bulls would not want to see this level give way without an intraweek recovery as it would portend even lower prices

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We Are In Uncharted Waters – The Debate Is Not Addressing The Truth

Frank Giustra is a very successful entrepreneur and investor. He succeeded in various role, from the gold mining sector to the fim industry. Very recently, he spoke at the World Outlook Financial Conference where he talked about a couple of big themes: his economic and monetary outlook, everyone’s hidden agenda, disinformation and inflation. The interview is extremely insightful, accurate and actual.

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Lower Euro Gold & Stronger Euro As ECB Balance Sheet Is Shrinking

Lower Euro Gold & Stronger Euro As ECB Balance Sheet Is Shrinking

This is a somewhat technical article showing the declining Euro gold price and strengthening Euro currency, explained by the deflating balance sheet of the European Bank. The unique ECB charts are probably surprising for most people.

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Peter Schiff & Doug Casey About Gold, Dollar Collapse & US Fed

| February 1, 2013 | Articles: General

In a recent interview, Doug Casey talks with Peter Schiff about his expectations of the gold price and the future of the dollar. They discuss the role of the central bank(s) in today’s debt crisis and conclude that the Fed is trapped. They end with some tips on where individuals and investors can go to with their money.

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Gold & Silver Prices – Counterintuitive Behavior To Continue

In this article Grant Williams confirms that both gold and silver have been trading in a counterintuitive way. This same “behavior” is detected in a lot of other markets for a long time. The reason seems obvious: government involvement. The greater the involvement, the greater the counterintuitive behavior. The government is not particularly a market participant that will be out of the markets short to medium term. Counterintuitive price behavior can be expected to continue, throughout (and very likely beyond) 2013.

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This Artificial World Will Lead To Gold’s Revaluation

| January 30, 2013 | Articles: Insights

We are living in a world in which definitions of things are completely destroyed. The inevitable unmasking of today’s artificial world will lead to increased transparency on a large scale and an appreciation of gold.

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Official US Gold Audit – 12 Days Left To Sign The Petition

| January 27, 2013 | Articles: General
Official US Gold Audit – 12 Days Left To Sign The Petition

As reported earlier on this site, an official petition was launched on the website of the White House to have the US vaults audited. If there is one thing kept secret, then it is the amount of gold held by the US central bank. 25,000 signatures are needed by February 08, 2013 to validate the petition. The number of signatures currently is 6,600.

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Gold, Silver And Money Near Crunch Time

Gold, Silver And Money Near Crunch Time

Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. Money is so noble a medium that does not compete with guns and it does not make terms with brutality. It will not permit a country to survive as half-property, half-loot. Money is near crunch time. Looking at the charts, gold and silver are also nearing crunch time. The author remains very bullish on both gold and silver.

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Discussion About New Gold Standard Heating Up Online

| January 18, 2013 | Articles: General
Discussion About New Gold Standard Heating Up Online

A latest blog post on The Telegraph lays out that “the world is moving step by step towards a de facto Gold Standard.” The author points to several facts. In addition the latest evolution with Germany’s gold could be a real game changer. Jim Sinclair reacts publicly on the article.

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Germany’s Gold Is Coming Home – Facts & Opinions

| January 17, 2013 | Articles: General

The German Bundesbank published a press release yesterday in which they announce the start of the repatriation of their country’s gold. The Bundesbank plans to transfer 300 tonnes of gold from New York and all of its gold stored in Paris, 374 tonnes, to Frankfurt. By 2020, it wants to hold half of the nearly 3,400 tonnes of gold in Frankfurt, where it stores about a third of its reserves.

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Petition To Audit US Gold Vaults – Best Kept Secret To Be Revealed?

| January 12, 2013 | Articles: General

A petition was launched on the website of the White House to have the US vaults audited. If there is one thing kept secret, then it is the amount of gold held by the US central bank. It remains unknown to everyone how much gold really is present in the vaults, especially the US vaults that host gold of many countries worldwide. The US bullion was last subjected to a full physical audit in 1953.

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