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How To know If The Gold Bull Market Has Ended

| December 11, 2013 | Category: Investing
How To know If The Gold Bull Market Has Ended

In this article, author Peter de Graaf provides a “checklist” with 11 signs that will reveal the end of the gold bull market. He explains based on several charts that we are not even close to that point.

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Silver – Letting The Market Speak

| December 8, 2013 | Category: Price
Silver – Letting The Market Speak

The conclusion to be drawn is respect for the trend, clearly down. Where we have shown a positive “spin” on the character of price behavior at the current lows, that is still where price is, at the lows. One can not be bullish here by any stretch of the imagination. As to buying physical silver, we are likely looking at a price level that will not be revisited in the next few generations. Price may still go lower, to some degree, but what the Federal Reserve is doing to destroy the fiat currency and the economy makes asking the question of to buy physical or not a superfluous one.

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Gold-ETF Selling Waning

| December 8, 2013 | Category: Investing
Gold-ETF Selling Waning

I suspect 2013’s trend of extreme gold-ETF selling is reversing. It is certainly dramatically slowing, with global gold-ETF outflows down 71% sequentially between this year’s second and third quarters. GLD’s alone plummeted by 3/4ths! The main reason is selling exhaustion and the number of remaining weak hands waning. But an additional important major reason is the incredibly-toppy US stock markets.

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Gold And Silver – Your Economical Survival Depends On Them

| December 7, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver – Your Economical Survival Depends On Them

Those who are buying, accumulating, and personally holding physical gold and silver stand the best chance for economic survival when and as the US “dollar” is devalued and the financial system collapses, or undergoes dramatic change.

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Eric Sprott: The Curious Case For Silver

Eric Sprott: The Curious Case For Silver

So let’s summarize to get this straight: if you believe in a global economic recovery – buy silver. If you believe there isn’t an economic recovery and we will continue on ‘central bank’ life support – buy silver. A major new buyer has entered the market purchasing as much as 20% of the total world production this year for investment purposes – follow the money and add some silver. And to top it off, at the moment it costs more to produce silver than to purchase it.

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History Learns That Manipulation In The Gold Market Has An Explosive Ending

History Learns That Manipulation In The Gold Market Has An Explosive Ending

The London Gold Pool was designed to keep the price of gold capped in an era when the world’s reserve currency had a tangible backing. In defending the price, the eight members of the Pool were forced to sell way more gold than they had initially contributed in order to keep the price from going where it desperately wanted to go — higher.

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The History Of Gold Charts – 1975 Till 2013

| November 18, 2013 | Category: Price
The History Of Gold Charts – 1975 Till 2013

Peter Brandt who has been trading commodities since the 70ies, presents a chartbook focused on gold. The charts go back to the mid 70ies. From every period of time since then, he has collected daily and weekly charts with a chart and pattern analysis.

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Gold-Futures Buying Returns

| November 8, 2013 | Category: Trading
Gold-Futures Buying Returns

Today per the latest CoT this 2013 deviation is back down to 116.3k contracts. Futures speculators still have to buy back the equivalent of 11.6m ozs of gold merely to mean revert to their 2009-to-2012 average levels of total longs and shorts with no overshooting. This remainder is 1.7x larger than the big chunk of shorts the traders initially covered in July and August which catapulted gold sharply higher! It is very bullish.

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Global Gold’s Outlook Report: “Debt Is The Key Issue”

Global Gold’s Outlook Report: “Debt Is The Key Issue”

The latest “Global Gold Outlook Report” is out. Besides the main topic, which focuses on gold and what is going on in the physical market, the report briefly summarizes the interpretation of the Chase Manhattan Letter, stating that international wire transfers will no longer be possible. It also contains a short introduction about an upcoming conference in St. Kitts at the beginning of December. The report includes an introduction to a short summary from an outstanding book written by Murray N. Rothbard concerning the strong, 150-year alliance between politics and the banking system.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 1st

Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 1st

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com nicely summarizes for gold investors this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market. The price of the yellow metal went lower after two consecutive weeks of gains. Gold closed the week at $1,316.20 which is $34.6 per ounce higher (2.5%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 8.15% higher.

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Placeholder Gold vs Physical Gold – Spot The Massive Disparity

Placeholder Gold vs Physical Gold – Spot The Massive Disparity

The following is an excerpt from Grant Williams his latest report, in particular his analysis on the gold market: East vs West, physical gold vs “placeholder” gold. A massive disparity in appetite for “placeholder gold” is just one side of the coin, however; and India is just one of the Eastern countries that has been soaking up copious amounts of physical gold in recent months.

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Chinese Housewives vs. Goldman Sachs: No Contest

| September 24, 2013 | Category: Physical Market
Chinese Housewives vs. Goldman Sachs: No Contest

Goldman Sachs is once again predicting that gold will fall, setting a new near-term target of $1,050.

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Ted Butler: JP Morgan Holds 2 Corners In The Gold And Silver Market

| September 20, 2013 | Category: Trading
Ted Butler: JP Morgan Holds 2 Corners In The Gold And Silver Market

The only reason we ever go down in price in gold and silver is that the commercials, but mainly JP Morgan, can buy contracts. And the only reason they buy them is to make money; the way they make money is they eventually sell it. So they’re going to move this position eventually.

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Hedge Funds Could Cause A Potential Disaster In The Gold Industry

Hedge Funds Could Cause A Potential Disaster In The Gold Industry

Mr. Hambro is a leading figures in the gold mining sector in Britain. He is in the gold and mining sector for several decades. He was quite vocal recently in criticising the hedge fund community for distorting the gold market. One of the comments was a warning that hedge funds could account for a potential “disaster” in the industry.

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