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Gold Market Reflecting Stasis Or Uncertainty?

Gold Market Reflecting Stasis Or Uncertainty?

It is unsettling to see markets like gold behave like this. But, again, I think it like credit and inflation as a reflection on great uncertainty ahead as the paradigm of the past six years finally shifts. Some are already (laughably) calling this the Great Moderation 2.0; they better hope it’s not 1937 redux.

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Gold Price Manipulation Reaches Mainstream Media

Gold Price Manipulation Reaches Mainstream Media

If 2013 was the year of the big crash for gold, then 2014 could become the year of the truth for gold, evidenced by the attention that gold manipulation is getting in the mainstream media. Case in point: lawsuits against the Gold Fixing bullion banks started yesterday in New York.

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Model Portfolio From Jim Rickards To Survive The Monetary Collapse

Model Portfolio From Jim Rickards To Survive The Monetary Collapse

In this interview, Jim Rickards, author of the book “The Death Of Money”, explains several key concepts of his book. His book is written in a very accessible way and offers pragmatic insights and tips related to the coming collapse of the monetary system. One way of those insights is a model portfolio which Rickards describes in great detail in his book. In one of the following paragraphs, he shares a preview.

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Is Copper About To Pull Silver Higher?

Is Copper About To Pull Silver Higher?

The combination of long term chart support (if it can hold of course) in both copper and silver, extreme silver short positions by technical funds, and relaxing of extreme copper short positions, could be a healthy mix for silver going forward. It is worth to following this up closely, but for now we consider this a positive for both metals.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – May 2nd

Gold Investors Weekly Review – May 2nd

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 $1,300.62, down $2.58 per ounce (0.20%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index fell 0.28% on the week.

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Is The Gold And Silver Miners Bear Market About To End?

Is The Gold And Silver Miners Bear Market About To End?

The analysis of the past twenty years of the Miners Index is showing that an important bottom has been printed in December 2013. The Miners Index’s symmetrical sequence and also the relation between the Miners and the 78.6 Fibonacci Number (both in Price and Time) are validating this major low.

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Is Gold Price Manipulation Good Or Bad For Gold Investors?

Is Gold Price Manipulation Good Or Bad For Gold Investors?

In this article, Peter Schiff gives, for the first time, a detailed view of the leading conspiracy theories and how they impact its long-term investment outlook. He believes that the individual investor should have the same opportunities in the marketplace as the big institutions. The subtext “Because the price is suppressed, buying gold is for suckers” is fundamentally wrong in his view.

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Silver Price Pushed Down 2.5% In 30 Minutes

Silver Price Pushed Down 2.5% In 30 Minutes

This morning, the price of silver took a dive of 2.5% in a matter of minutes. As the chart below shows, one 30 minute bar had a high $19.20 and low of $18.70. The chart shows that the price went down on very big volume. Apparently a big seller was in a hurry to move the price, as the price was pushed down to exactly the bottom. Meantime, the price has recovered.

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The Dollar Is Increasingly Losing Its Safe Haven Appeal

The Dollar Is Increasingly Losing Its Safe Haven Appeal

The dollar is losing its safe haven status. It’s possible that this reversal of fortune for the greenback is temporary. It may also be the proverbial canary in a coalmine; that you can’t rely on the greenback any longer as the one “safe” place. Indeed, we have long argued that there may not be such a thing anymore as a safe asset and investors may want to take a diversified approach to something as mundane as cash.

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The Gold Tug Of War

The Gold Tug Of War

Given the weakening Yuan and rising reverse repos usage, I don’t think it much of a shock that gold has remained in a narrow range. If there has been a surprise, to me, it is that gold prices did not move even lower under this minor financial duress. That might actually be a good sign of at least relative safety bid, which would be a particular contrast to 2013’s numerous cascading episodes. That continues to be, I believe, the calculation for gold in the short run. Intensity of safety bid vs. intensity in these unrelated financing externalities.

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Gold Settles Today At $1299.0 After Choppy Session

| April 28, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Settles Today At $1299.0 After Choppy Session

Gold finished the session slightly lower Monday but well off its lowest levels of the session as a better than expected housing number initially pushed Gold to its low for the session at 1292.1 early this morning.

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Why The Silver Bear Market Is About To End

| April 28, 2014 | Category: Price
Why The Silver Bear Market Is About To End

After three years of declining silver prices, Jeff Clark believes the bear market is coming to an end. In particular, he is looking at several data points which he explains in this article. From an historical perspective, it seems that we have had 7 bear markets over the past four decades. Four of them lasted longer and three were shorter. Four declined less than today; two were about the same; and only one was significantly deeper.

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Which Drivers Made Of China The World’s Largest Gold Market?

Which Drivers Made Of China The World’s Largest Gold Market?

In this article, Frank Holmes from USFunds.com explains the drivers behind the Chinese gold market, and how China established to become the world’s largest gold market. In sum, he says that consumer demand has exploded because the purchasing power of the middle class has increased, that industrial demand has gone up as well, while the central bank has exchanged much of its dollar into gold.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – April 25th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – April 25th

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 $1,302.54, up $7.01 per ounce (0.54%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index rose 3.26% on the week.

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