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Gold Investors Weekly Review – May 16th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – May 16th

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. Gold closed the week at $1,293.46, up $4.67 per ounce (0.36%).

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Gold Is Forming A Golden Triangle. Major Breakout Coming?

Gold Is Forming A Golden Triangle. Major Breakout Coming?

Despite the exasperating trading conditions of late, a developing technical pattern suggests a breakout and possible new trend could form as soon as next week. As the daily chart below shows, the yellow metal has been putting in a series of lower highs and higher lows over the last month, creating a textbook symmetrical triangle pattern.

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The Fall Of The Dollar Based Monetary System: Russia Puts The Avalanche In Motion

The Fall Of The Dollar Based Monetary System: Russia Puts The Avalanche In Motion

We have detected four different trends by analyzing the events and announcements in the last couple of months. Trend 1: Russia and China are becoming very strong allies. Trend 2: BRICS countries are forming a new block, also monetary. Trend 3: Yuan is gaining trust on a global level, bypassing the dollar.

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A Gold Shortage Is Coming Says Eric Sprott

A Gold Shortage Is Coming Says Eric Sprott

Eric Sprott has been speculating since late 2012 that Western central banks could be running out of gold. He attributes the sell-off in gold and silver in 2013 to the fact that the Western banks needed a way to generate physical gold supplies. The metals prices were going down while there was a lot of liquidation of gold which increased the supply by an estimated 900 tonnes last year. Sprott explains in this article the case for a gold shortage.

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Physical Silver Demand At All Time Highs in 2013

Physical Silver Demand At All Time Highs in 2013

The Silver Institute, in cooperation with Thomson Reuters GFMS, announced the results of the World Silver Survey. This annual report on the global silver market since 1990, to bring reliable supply and demand statistics to market participants and the general public. In particular, total physical silver demand rose by 13% in 2013 to an all-time high. This was primarily driven by the 76 percent increase in retail investment in bars and coins coupled with a sturdy recovery in jewelry and silverware fabrication.

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Marc Faber’s Contrarian Play: Cash Is The Most Underappreciated Asset

Marc Faber’s Contrarian Play: Cash Is The Most Underappreciated Asset

Admittedly, Faber his call to hold cash is contrarian, and not the type of tip you would expect from a gold bull. His belief is not to hold cash for the long term. His point is that stocks and bonds are overvalued and not attractive as an investment. As the markets are likely to be shaken up thoroughly in the coming months, it is wise to hold cash in order to jump on the opportunities that will pass by.

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The Dollar 15-Year Cycle Decline Should Favor Gold

The Dollar 15-Year Cycle Decline Should Favor Gold

The Dollar has entered its 15-Year Cycle decline which should send the next major up leg for Gold. The primary Cycles are showing that Gold is still in an uptrend and the Dollar should decline in the coming years and will be seriously devaluated.

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Gold Price About To Break Higher Or Lower

Gold Price About To Break Higher Or Lower

The price of gold today started the night trading session with one of those typical sell orders, bring the yellow metal to its critical support level of $1,280 an ounce. Shortly after the New York trading session begun, gold spiked higher and touched $1,305 an ounce. That is a 2% spread on the day, from low to high. It is critical though, as the chart pattern indicates, that $1,270 – $1,280 is NOT breached.

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Silver Improves Water Purifiers And Smart Tags

Silver Improves Water Purifiers And Smart Tags

In its monthly industry release, The Silver Institute reported once again several new applications of silver in products across several industries, in particular health, food and beverage. The Silver Institute has written extensively in the past how silver has helped breakthrough improvements in product development and industries.

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Technical Picture: Gold Neutral, Silver Fragile, Palladium Breakout

Technical Picture: Gold Neutral, Silver Fragile, Palladium Breakout

Gold Spot price is following the technical adage “the bigger the drop, the longer the need for repair.” Gold has now spent one year in a range between 1,400 resistance and 1,200 support, direction unknown. Silver Spot price has not fared quite as well as Gold and again is tickling support near 19 and holding below both MAs as depicted herein last month. Risk remains at 18.

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Monthly Bank Participation Report Of Precious Metals: April 2014

Monthly Bank Participation Report Of Precious Metals: April 2014

The CFTC releases at the end of each month the futures positions in precious metals of the large banks. At the closing of April 2014 there was no big difference in gold and silver compared to the previous month. Palladium had a notable increase in short positions by US banks. A detailed analysis was provided by Ed Steer in his latest newsletter

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Infographic: Why Gold Will Continue To Flow To The East

Infographic: Why Gold Will Continue To Flow To The East

The following infographic explains the eclipsing gold demand of the East. The first part of the infographic shows how China and India combined account for more than half of the global gold demand when it comes to consumer demand. Statistics prove that this is a trend of the past decade. More interesting, though, is the second half of the infographic, where we can get a glimpse of future gold demand.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – May 9th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – May 9th

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. Gold closed the week at $1,289.10, down $10.52 per ounce (0.81%).

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Ted Butler: A Real Surprise In The Silver Manipulation Case

Ted Butler: A Real Surprise In The Silver Manipulation Case

After more than 25 years, I know better than to place all hope for ending the silver manipulation on any one government agency. Besides, I know the coming silver shortage will accomplish that in time anyway. Still, the apparent interest on the part of the GAO should not be minimized in its potential importance. It’s not every day such a pleasant surprise comes along.

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