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Precious Metals: A Pressure Cooker

| February 22, 2014 | Category: Price
Precious Metals: A Pressure Cooker

As we noted two weeks ago, precious metals and miners are all simultaneously at a rarely seen juncture on the price charts. The situation has evolved meantime and it feels like an enormous pressure cooker. In this update, we show the latest charts at the close of the week. It appears that gold and silver are right above their important 200 day moving average, while platinum and palladium are at a major technical resistance ready to trend (break out or break down).

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – February 21st

| February 22, 2014 | Category: Investing
Gold Investors Weekly Review – February 21st

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 $1,324.10, up $5.41 per ounce (0.41%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index went 1.00% higher on the week.

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April Gold settles 1323, up $5 for the week ended February 21

| February 21, 2014 | Category: Price
April Gold settles 1323, up $5 for the week ended February 21

Gold futures snapped a two-day loss to end higher on Friday, as investors sought the safe haven appeal of the metal after some disappointing home sales data out of the U.S. and with the ongoing violence in Ukraine. For the week, gold gained about 0.4 percent.

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Bundesbank Must Intervene To Reassure German Gold Will Come Back

Bundesbank Must Intervene To Reassure German Gold Will Come Back

The underlying dynamic can’t be more obvious. The Bundesbank was obviously not pleased by the questions that Handelsblatt brought up. The interview gives the impression that all is good with Germany’s gold. It is very likely that the Bundesbank asked the newspaper to make up on their previous article. Readers are invited to draw their own conclusions, based on the facts.

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This Is What Happened The Last Time Silver Went Up 14 Days In A Row

| February 20, 2014 | Category: Price
This Is What Happened The Last Time Silver Went Up 14 Days In A Row

While it is interesting to know that silver experienced a rarely seen advance, it is far more interesting to see how it played out afterwards. The following chart shows there was one comparable instance, in particular in 1979, when silver advanced for 14 days in a row. The chart clearly shows that it marked the start of silver’s mega run.

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China Must Be Very Concerned About The US Dollar

China Must Be Very Concerned About The US Dollar

China is buying gold to hedge against the dollar’s loss of value, they are not necessarily buying gold to introduce a new gold standard and impose it as a world reserve currency. From that perspective, the Chinese must be very concerned about the dollar.

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Silver Does Not Have Much Resistance Between $21 and $26

| February 20, 2014 | Category: Investing
Silver Does Not Have Much Resistance Between $21 and $26

In this week’s online radio appearances, David Morgan explains his latest take on precious metals in 2014 and the very short term silver price. He touches on more fundamental questions like the dollar world reserve currency and the financial system. We highlighted several quotes in this article.

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A Monetary Low Point, By All Standards

A Monetary Low Point, By All Standards

In the end, this is really simple. The Bank of Japan wants investors and economic agents to believe that it is “doing something” that has the power to alter the country’s economic and financial course. That has never been the case, and it certainly is not now with a measure of “stimulus” in a manner already fully saturated with prior “stimulus.” And it doesn’t take any monetary expertise or specialized training to see this. Simple common sense will do. There is no Greenspan put, only an irrational fear of the Greenspan put. If the Federal Reserve or the Bank of Japan had any real power, we wouldn’t need to argue about whether there is a real recovery or not.

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Gold Standard – The way to Liberty

Gold Standard – The way to Liberty

A de-politicization of money and thus the return to all its facets as a store of value and means of exchange, would be beneficial for a broad minded- liberal society rather than a centrally – doctrinaire social order. The gold standard of a currency captures the otherwise nearly limitless power of politics and thereby gives people freedom.

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10 Charts Pointing To Higher Gold Prices In 2014 And Beyond

| February 17, 2014 | Category: Price
10 Charts Pointing To Higher Gold Prices In 2014 And Beyond

In this article we look at gold from different angles: the money supply, the physical gold market and technical gold indicators. Ten long term charts point to a healty condition in the gold market amid the price drop of 2013. We have always advocated to look at gold in a holistic way; the following charts offer a wide perspective.

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Why Gold Isn’t A Perfect Inflation Hedging Tool

| February 17, 2014 | Category: Investing
Why Gold Isn’t A Perfect Inflation Hedging Tool

It’s no news that inflation is one of the biggest retirement risks. There is a school of though that allocating a portion your self-directed IRA to precious metals – like gold or its stocks – could help hedge against inflation. In fact, with buzzes going around that inflation is around the corner, gold IRA rollover is becoming increasingly popular. But, in reality, gold isn’t the ultimate inflation-hedging tool it’s being made to be. Here is why.

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Gold Is Money: Utopia Or Reality?

Gold Is Money: Utopia Or Reality?

I have written many articles about Gold, about the Unadulterated Gold Standard, about the components of a Gold based economy. Perhaps it’s time for a bit of a ‘reality check’. Is the very idea of Gold money, the very idea of honest money in an honest society Utopian? Especially in this day and age, an age of the big lie, of tyrannical governments, of crony capitalism, of loss of human vitality…

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The Gold Price Is Rising. What’s Gold’s Message?

| February 14, 2014 | Category: Investing
The Gold Price Is Rising. What’s Gold’s Message?

The recent rise in the gold price may well be an early warning sign that the currently extant asset price bubbles as well as the economy are set to suffer a sizable setback in the not-too-distant future. Admittedly, the recent rally in gold may yet be reversed, in which case these musings would no longer apply. However, if one puts the rally into context with recent developments (QE tapering and a recent slew of weaker economic data releases), it seems increasingly likely that this is precisely its message.

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Silver Price Breaking Out And Moving To $26

| February 14, 2014 | Category: Price
Silver Price Breaking Out And Moving To $26

The advance on the daily Silver chart has completed an 11-week rectangle bottom. This is the first significant bullish signal in Silver since the advances in September 2010 and February 2011. The pattern target on the daily chart is 22.00 — a price already being approached. Further targets are possible, including the August 2013 high at 25.12 and the 2011 and 2012 lows at 26.15.

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