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Jim Sinclair About Gold: Do Nothing To Confuse The Shorts

Jim Sinclair confirms once again that the gold price fundamentals and ongoing currency wars underwrite a recovery in the gold price. We can expect a move to new highs soon. The core of his message is the following. You have a weapon that has ultimate power to frustrate the price manipulation. All you need to do is to do nothing whatsoever which will confuse the shorts.

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Junior Gold Stocks Could Be Bottoming But Investors Must Be Extremely Selective

Junior Gold Stocks Could Be Bottoming But Investors Must Be Extremely Selective

Gold stocks have been underperforming for close to two years now, which is a very long time compared to the previous runs. In an interview with The Gold Report, author of the book “The Great Super Cycle” and newsletter writer David Skarica points to a Maximum Pessimism Trade. The key point that David Skarica makes about the gold stocks is the following: Unfortunately for gold investors, historic valuations of gold stocks linked to the price of gold have remained undervalued for too long. If you look at valuation metrics of large-cap gold stocks compared to the price of gold, many of these stocks are historically at very cheap valuations and that […]

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AfterShock Book Writers Launch New Fund

AfterShock is one of the books that correctly predicted the 2008 financial meltdown. The authors of the book launched a mutual fund “The Aftershock Strategies Fund” with the ticker symbol is SHKNX. The fund diversifies among asset classes as well as within classes. Rather than just having a diversified stock and bond portfolio, the fund also invests in gold, commodities and foreign currencies.

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Investing In Resource Markets In 2013

This article presents the outlook for investing in resource markets in 2013. We consider Sprott Global Resource Investments the most respected company in resource investing. That’s why we bring the view of Rick Rule and Mishka Vom Dorp in this article. Rick Rule believes that junior markets overall will go (much) lower. He expects that 80% of the 4.000 junior exploration companies are non-viable. They will attempt to reach their intrinsic value, which is zero. Occasionally, however, we will witness pretty dramatic escalations. In addition, Rick Rules expects all sorts of amalgamations in the coming 24 to 36 months.

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Part III – Did You Get These Warnings? Gold?

| October 30, 2012 | Articles: Insights

Bernanke announced on September 13, 2012 a massive “money printing” program – QE3 – that will increase the money supply, help the large banks, create more commodity price inflation, and lower the standard of living of most of the middle class in the United States. Read what other authors had to say about QE3: We Have Been Warned! – Part 2 It is relatively easy to predict further commodity price inflation and that hard assets, not paper assets, will help protect purchasing power. But it is much more difficult to project where else this money printing leads and to what extent a crash is inevitable. What is the endgame? Will it […]

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Special Offer – Get The Ebook “Stack Silver Get Gold” For Free Till October 31st

| October 27, 2012 | Articles: Insights

A new gold and silver investing ebook is available on Amazon.com, via Kindle. It’s entitled “Stack Silver Get Gold” and in fact the tagline says it all: “How to Buy Gold and Silver Bullion without Getting Ripped Off.” The ebook is straight to the point and contains everything you need to know to safely start investing in gold and silver today. It doesn’t contain pictures or artwork. It’s sort of a gold and silver investing 101. The writer brings all its precious metals investing knowledge which he collected for more than a decade. The author offers a free download period between today and October 31st. What’s more, everyone who downloads […]

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Buy The Dips In The Gold Price: Two Reliable Buying Indicators

Buy The Dips In The Gold Price: Two Reliable Buying Indicators

Only looking at the gold price chart as an indicator to make a gold or silver purchase is not the best thing to do. One could be distracted by the fact that gold (in most currencies) is somewhere near its all-time highs. One should be more than anything else look at the fundamentals. Those fundamentals have never been better for gold & silver. The most important ones include the follwoing: the monetary base is expanding at a high pace and monetary policies around the world all point to a continuation of that trend, the so-called “money printing” policies are taking place on a global basis and are associated with the debasement […]

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Eric Sprott Announces Sprott Silver Coins And Bars With Own Signature

| October 19, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

Sprott stands for vision, quality, security and of course precious metals. Within the group of companies that entrepreneur Eric Sprott has built, Sprott Money being one of the companies, launches silver bars and coins with the Sprott signature. The coins and bars are minted from 99.9% pure silver. Each 1 ounce silver coin and 10 ounce silver bar features the renowned Sprott name and bears the beautiful carving of the Canadian maple leaf. The 1 ounce silver coin is also engraved with a striking image of the inukshuk. For a limited time, you can pre-order these exclusive bars and rounds with $15 off shipping (insurance fees apply). During the pre-order […]

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Can You Spend Your Paper Gold?

By the Hard Assets Alliance Team Well, duh, of course not. That might be your response to the question, and you would be quite right. Yet millions of investors are behaving as if a piece of paper – or, more accurately, the electronic representation of same – is the equivalent of a bullion bar. Such is the enormous popularity of the SPDR Gold Trust shares (GLD) traded on the NYSE Arca exchange. It’s a little bit like this: Suppose you’re selling your car. A guy comes by and offers you ten ounces of gold for it. That’s a good price. Sure, you say. But when the day comes to complete […]

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Izzy Friedman: What Now For the Price of Silver?

This is an excerpt from Ted Butler’s latest commentary to his premium newsletter subscribers – www.butlerresearch.com It has been quite some time since my good friend and silver mentor, Izzy Friedman, has written something about silver. Devastated by the loss of his wonderful wife of 56 years, Gabriella, Izzy withdrew from his daily silver market observation and our telephone conversations in order to restructure his life around family and travel and contemplation. We have started to talk more frequently and he agreed to write something. For those who may not be familiar with Izzy, it was a personal challenge from him to me almost 30 years ago that started me on […]

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Deviant Investor about Gold, Counterparty Risk & Investing In Paper Assets

| October 16, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Deviant Investor about Gold, Counterparty Risk & Investing In Paper Assets

The author of this article explores maybe the single most important risk of the current and past decade: counterparty risk. In fact, as an investor you MUST take that risk into account. Gone are the days where investing in paper assets would yield high percentages and worst case lose a couple of them. In today’s reality, losing everything while being in the right asset class, is the “new normal”. Indeed, investing in gold via MF Global would have returned zero, while gold and silver were the best performing and safest asset classes of the past decades. The reality is that the financial paper cycle is over and that the commodities […]

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Gold And The Disappearing Yield

| October 16, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Gold And The Disappearing Yield

Traditionally, when economies expanded stocks outperformed bonds; but these aren’t traditional times and although economies have expanded, over the past 30 years bonds have outperformed stocks. Since 1981 the return on long-term government bonds averaged 11.5 %. The S&P stock index averaged 10.8 %; and, since 2000, the returns of stocks over bonds have widened. A major reason why bonds have done better is that since 1982 government bond yields have been declining; and when bond yields decline, bond profits rise. Yahoo Finance: From Dec. 31, 1999, through May 29, 2012, the Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate bond index – which covers the investment-grade bond market, including government and corporate bonds […]

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Why Mainstream Media, Main Street And Institutions Fail To See The Benefits Of Gold

| October 11, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Why Mainstream Media, Main Street And Institutions Fail To See The Benefits Of Gold

This is the second article in a five part series that is based on a Q&A with Nick Barisheff, CEO of Bullion Management Group Inc. and author of the book “$10,000 Gold: Why Gold’s Inevitable Rise is the Investor’s Safe Haven.” His book will be released later this year but is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com. The main idea behind this article: financial assets and hard assets tend to evolve in opposite directions on a very long term timeframe. Those are simply the dynamics of economic cycles. Many of today’s investors have no other experience than what’s happened in the long bull market of financial assets, between 1980 and […]

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Michael Pento Confirms Gold Is The Answer To Excessive Money Printing And Inflation

Michael Pento’s latest commentary on the markets is published below. Mr. Pento is the founder and President of Pento Portfolio Stragies, a company that offers (separate) managed accounts. In a nutshell, he explains why the stock markets are going up while economic data clearly show there is no growth in the economies all over the world. Basically the Central Banks are destroying the value of their currencies with their monetary policies, which leaves investors with one valuable option on the longer run: gold, silver, energy, agriculture. An anecdote worth mentioning: during a recent interview on King World News, Michael Pento mentions a quote from Ben Bernanke in which the Chairman […]

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