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Watch Gold Sentiment For A Confirmation Of Its New Bull Market

Watch Gold Sentiment For A Confirmation Of Its New Bull Market

The latest figures, released this weekend, show that gold’s sentiment is 75% and silver 50%. As always, when a market shrugs off its typical reaction during a market cycle, then the probability increases that that market cycle has changed…meaning that if gold can hold steady in the coming weeks in spite of high sentiment levels, then the case for a new bull market will be bolstered even further.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – March 14th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – March 14th

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 $1,382.65, up $42.67 per ounce (3.18%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index lost 0.36% on the week.

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Russia Touches U.S. Achilles Heel: Petrogold instead of Petrodollar

Russia Touches U.S. Achilles Heel: Petrogold instead of Petrodollar

What seems to be proven once again, is that gold equals strength. The petrodollar system is based on one, and only one, thing: trust. As soon as trust fades, the whole system collapses. That is the unspoken Achilles heel of the US. Unexpectedly, Russia is now in the position to touch this Achilles heel. Is this the trigger that will lead to a collapse of trust in the US dollar, as predicted for a long time by people like Jim Rickards?

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Dollar Weakness Is Providing Strong Support In Gold Market

| March 13, 2014 | Category: Price
Dollar Weakness Is Providing Strong Support In Gold Market

In his latest analysis of the markets, professional trader Dan Norcini describes his observations related to the dollar and gold. The most striking observation in today’s market was the weakening of the US Dollar, not being able to gather safe haven buying in the midst of a deteriorating crisis in Ukraine. That is in sharp contrast to the traditional safe haven currency during times of financial or geopolitical crises, as evidenced in the last years. The winner? Gold!

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Jim Rickards: Our Monetary System Is Instable and It Will Collapse

Jim Rickards: Our Monetary System Is Instable and It Will Collapse

What matters is the instability of the system. What you need to study is the instability of the system. If you get that right, you will be able to see the collapse coming. The trigger is really irrelevant. A trigger could be the failure of a firm, the failure of an exchange, some kind of panic, a natural disaster, suicide of a prominent person. It really doesn’t matter what it is; what matters is your system is instable and it is going to collapse.

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The Renaissance Of Gold In Classic Finance Will Continue

The Renaissance Of Gold In Classic Finance Will Continue

Regarding the US dollar, global confidence for it as reserve currency has definitely started to wane. Without a return to sound financial and monetary policy the US dollar sooner or later will be questioned sooner or later. I am absolutely certain, that the renaissance of gold in classical finance will continue.

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Gold: Signals of A Trend Change

| March 11, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold: Signals of A Trend Change

Only time will tell whether gold has established a long term bottom and which factors have been driving the trend change. But, from our perspective, we believe that all of the above are increasingly driving gold’s price higher, a trend which will only intensify.

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Should Bitcoin Take The Place Of Gold In Your Retirement Portfolio?

Should Bitcoin Take The Place Of Gold In Your Retirement Portfolio?

Having established above that the long-term future of Bitcoin is uncertain and that, as such, it can’t take the place of gold, it’s advisable for retirement investors to steer clear of this digital-currency. Even if gold still carry its poor performance from last year into this year – which is also short-term – history has proven to us that gold will come good with time. On a final note, you should always bear in mind that rally (Bitcoin) is temporary, while value (gold) is permanent.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – March 7th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – March 7th

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 $1,340.42, up $13.98 per ounce (1.05%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index climbed 1.40% on the week.

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Palladium Near Its Highest Level in Almost a Year

Palladium Near Its Highest Level in Almost a Year

As a general rule of thumb, we all know that fundamentals are not always reflected in the charts. It mostly takes some time until the price follows fundamentals. For palladium in particular, there is a very high probability that its chart starts reflecting the strong supply/demand fundamentals.

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Why Increased Western Gold Demand Could Lead To A Gold Supply Shortage

Why Increased Western Gold Demand Could Lead To A Gold Supply Shortage

From where will the gold ETF source their gold once the ETF demand turns higher again? It is clear that a supply shortage is a very likely outcome of renewed interest in gold ETF’s. We know that newly mined gold is limited compared to the existing above the ground gold, so it cannot meet Chinese and Western demand. In fact, above the ground gold IS the supply. So what happens if the appetite for gold in Asia remains strong, if those existing gold owners do not supply their gold to the market, and Western demand increases again?

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4 Tips To Avoid Gold Scams

4 Tips To Avoid Gold Scams

It is critical not to fall in one of the gold scam traps. Peter Schiff, founder of Euro Pacific Precious Metals, has released a free anti gold scam report. He observes that the majority of investors are currently playing the US markets and shunning gold, just like they did in 2007 and 2008, right before the financial collapse. For gold investors who are serious about investing safely, we has updated and re-released the Classic Gold Scams report. In it, he provides four tips.

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Gold Almost Back In Long Term Trendline

Gold Almost Back In Long Term Trendline

The chart shows the trend in a range based on a 95% prediction band. The stand-out feature on the chart is how gold remained within the range for the past 10 year for most of the time. The two exceptions were gold’s peak in the summer of 2011 and the collapse in 2013. Gold is close to entering the long term trendline.

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Rick Rule: Gold Is A Store Of Wealth In A Mechanism Other Than Fiat Currency

Rick Rule: Gold Is A Store Of Wealth In A Mechanism Other Than Fiat Currency

People should not think that the role of gold is only to move from one central bank to another (say from the US to the Chinese). That is gold’s use for currencies by the central bankers. YOUR use of gold is to preserve the purchasing power of yourself and your family through a variety of circumstances in some mechanism other than fiat currency.

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