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Hyperinflation Has Struck Already 56 Times – It Could Hit Again

Hyperinflation Has Struck Already 56 Times – It Could Hit Again

Nick Barisheff did an recent interview with Investor’s Digest of Canada. In it, he explained how an hyperinflationary period does not occur by accident. It is rather a process which comes at the end of five stages. The pattern is recurring. This article covers the process which leads to hyperinflation and the answer to the question why Wall Street inclines to discredit the yellow metal.

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What’s Next For Gold – Bear Or Bull Market? Infographic

What’s Next For Gold – Bear Or Bull Market? Infographic

This infographic shows important gold price drivers from their bullish and bearish perspective. Interestingly, there are credible bullish and bearish arguments for the gold price in the short and mid term. The infographic presents the bullish and bearish case for the following subjects. Courtesy: American Bullion.

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What Are Reasonable Gold Market Expectations?

What Are Reasonable Gold Market Expectations?

Full market capitulation is underway. Headlines about gold are almost universally negative today, and all about selling. This feeds on itself, and the process may not be over. In this kind of environment, prices will overshoot to the downside. In other words, the bottom may not be in. What if we get more short-term pain?

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Three Current Themes Precious Metals Investors Need to Consider

Three Current Themes Precious Metals Investors Need to Consider

1. The Expansion of Quantitative Easing in the Developed World. 2. Currency Wars. 3. Precious Metals On Sale.

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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 – The World’s Largest Short Squeeze Is Nearing?

| January 22, 2013 | Articles: General
Gold – The World’s Largest Short Squeeze Is Nearing?

Bloomberg reports that a Hong Kong based hedge-fund is converting one-third of its assets into PHYSICAL gold. It is not usual for a hedge fund to go outside the paper based trading business. More importantly, the fact that the investment company takes delivery of the metal ($35 million worth of gold bars) shows a growing distrust vis-à-vis paper investments and the exponentially expanding funny money base.

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When Will Gold Finally Take Off Again?

When Will Gold Finally Take Off Again?

By Jeff Clark, Casey Research Gold’s pullback a year ago no doubt shook out a lot of nervous buyers. They got in on the rise, they got nervous on the pull back. They sold, and they lost. That’s just the way the market works. But it’s a shame, because when we look logically at gold’s historical performance – for example over the last 12 years – we see that holding their nerve, tough though it can be, will most likely turn out to be the best approach, and for good reason. Look at gold prices for the last five years. You can see, despite the pullback, that the trend is […]

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Claudio Grass from Global Gold explains why and how Gold protects your wealth

Claudio Grass from Global Gold explains why and how Gold protects your wealth

August 1st, 2012. In the midst of the summer doldrums with a gold price flirting with the $ 1600 level and a silver price around $27 per ounce, Claudio Grass recorded his view on today’s economic climate. He is the managing director at Global Gold in Switzerland, a precious metals firm that provides a unique service for individual investors, professional investors and individuals who are concerned about protecting their assets against the ongoing debt crisis. In an audio podcast of 52 minutes, Claudio Grass shares a wealth of information and insights. He explains what the main reasons are to be invested in gold, as well as which gold investments you […]

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5 reasons why you should invest in gold in 2012

| July 2, 2012 | Articles: Insights

With the economy problems still on a rise there is a constant need felt for better investment opportunities among investors. If you want to invest your hard earned money into some lucrative arena, shares and bonds don’t seem too convincing. However investment is a must as there is no point making the growth of the money stagnant by keeping it at home. So you need to find a way out! A considerable option that you can hold back on is investments in gold. Gold prices since the earlier times seem to have a steady rise bringing great profits. The demand for gold is also always on high and people never […]

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ECB and FRB Could Unleash Risk On Rally Benefitting Undervalued Miners

ECB and FRB Could Unleash Risk On Rally Benefitting Undervalued Miners

We do not equivocate or hedge or straddle ambiguous opinions.  We try to deal in straight talk.  Time and time again we have been a rare voice calling for a better than expected rally in wealth in the earth mining assets, gold, silver, uranium, rare earths and graphite. Well here we are with the weekend Greece election which could depending on the outcome cause a pandemic meltdown for the global economy.  Already Greece is in crisis, hospitals are out of  basic necessities, people are rioting in the streets and jumping out of buildings.  Unemployment is above 22%. The case for the Federal Reserve announcing accommodative measures is exponentially growing as […]

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John Hathaway: We Are Within Months of This Crisis Blowing Wide Open

Four-decade veteran John Hathaway told King World News, “we are within months … from this thing blowing wide open.  When that happens, money will look to find whatever it can in order to participate.” The prolific manager of the Tocqueville Gold Fund also said, “I think at that stage you are going to see gold go ballistic because it will be an admission of failure on the part of policymakers.”  Here is what Hathaway had to say about the ongoing crisis:  “All of the political leaders and policymakers are frantically trying to put their fingers in the dyke.  The euro is on its last legs.  It’s very late in the game to expect anything […]

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The Rise of the Gold Price machines

| June 13, 2012 | Articles: Insights
The Rise of the Gold Price machines

Europe might be facing deflation, and Greece might go on firesale after this weekend’s vote. But €1.1 trillion doesn’t buy what it used to, writes Adrian Ash at BullionVault. Last winter, the European Central Bank poured money onto the currency union’s commercial lenders, lending them cash to lend in turn to their domestic governments by buying government bonds. Now Spain’s 10-year bond yields are at a fresh Euro-era high of 6.73%. Italy’s borrowing costs are back where they were before the second chunk of El Tro in February. The cheapest 3-year money in history – lent for just 1% per year – has proven itself worthless in short, and faster than even we expected here at BullionVault. Any wonder […]

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Is the Table Set for a Mania in Precious Metals?

Is the Table Set for a Mania in Precious Metals?

By Jeff Clark, Casey Research It may feel like I’m out of touch with the precious metals markets to broach the subject of a mania today, but I think the table is being set now for a huge move into gold and silver. There are, however, very valid reasons to reasonably expect a mania in our sector. For one thing, manias have occurred many times before, but the main issue is that a mania in gold and gold stocks is the likely result of the absolute balloon in government debt, deficit spending, and money printing. Saying all that profligacy will go away without inflationary consequences seems naïve or foolish. Inflation […]

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Caesar Bryan: Gold To Be Viewed As Risk Free Asset In This Chaos

With investors wondering where global markets are headed next, today King World News interviewed 25 year veteran Caesar Bryan.  Gabelli & Company has over $31 billion under management and Caesar Bryan has managed the gold fund since its inception in 1994.  Caesar told KWN that he expects central banks to be much more active going forward.  Here is what Ceasar had to say about the ongoing crisis:  “We are still seeing the effects of too much debt, and the authorities are coming to grips with how to deal with this phenomena.  This is going to prove to be a very tough assignment.” Caesar Bryan continues: “In Europe, Spain’s banking system needs recapitalizing.  […]

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