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Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
Bitcoin and Crypto Prices Being Manipulated Like Precious Metals?
Listen on BlogTalkRadio Kerry Lutz of the Financial Survival Network (FSN) interviewed GoldCore’s Mark O’Byrne about the outlook for crypto currencies, financial markets and precious metals. – Are bitcoin and crypto prices being manipulated like precious metals? – Is there a coordinated backlash against bitcoin from JPM and powerful interests? – 95% of cryptocurrencies and ICOs will likely go to zero – Good cryptos will thrive, most will disappear in “massive creative destruction” – Ponzi like n
Monday, February 12, 2018
Philip Judge - Anglo Far East
Inflation And Alan Greenspan 
Alan Greenspan 1967 "As the supply of money increases relative to the supply of tangible assets in the economy, prices must eventually rise. In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value". Alan Greenspan 1981 "A return to a gold standard (would be) a basic change in our economic processes. A gold-based monetary system will necessarily prevent fiscal imprudence. Once achieved, the discipline of the gold standard would surely reinforce anti-inflation policies, and make it far more difficult to resume financial profligacy".
Saturday, February 10, 2018
Robert Blumen
What Is Key for the Price Formation of Gold?
Robert Blumen discusses some important but widely misunderstood elements acting on the gold price. He explains that frequently cited gold demand statistics have no relationship to the gold price. In addition, he explains that the annual gold mine production is of very little influence, as gold is hoarded, not consumed like other commodities. Robert Blumen was born in 1964 and gr
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Rory Hall - The Daily coin
Gold and Silver Remain the Best Store of Wealth
Some of what Petr Dvoryankin says is simply incorrect. I wanted to present, what appears to be, a desperate attempt to lure more people into cryptos. You do what you want with your funds it is no business of mine, but gold, real physical gold, is not an illusion. What actual value does this – 239357u#@$!#@eiodc – hold? Isn’t that what cryptocurrency is – a string of alphanumeric characters held in a so-called wallet on the internet? Now, if you hold any, pick up a piece of gold or silver – of th
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Keith Weiner - Monetary Metals
The Fed’s Passive Aggressive Play
Singing the song of rising rates Last week, we took a break from the theme of the consumption of capital, for our annual Outlook 2018 report. We are going to leave the topic for one more week, while we address a market move which is on everyone’s mind. Are interest rates now in a rising cycle? The Fed has been singing the song of rising rates since Yellen hinted at it in September 2014. The Fed’s first hike was December 2015. Here is a graph showing the Fed Funds Rate, which the Fed controls, wi
Monday, February 5, 2018
Rory Hall - The Daily coin
Chris Powell: Golden Rays and Silver Linings
We firmly believe, and have stated a number of times, that gold and silver are the only assets that have the fortitude to stand up to corrupt governments and zombie banks. These two assets, throughout history, have over and over and over again helped the people to gain wealth, to prosper and to truly innovate new technologies. What has happened over the past 100+ years is our wealth, innovation and sovereignty have been slowly stripped away. Central banks are secretly trading all futures markets
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Rory Hall - The Daily coin
So Far Today – Silver is Moving Two-to-One vs Gold
As we reported yesterday, Fatty-Fat Finger was trying to work some magic with the charts and we are happy to say it was a miserable failure. Not only was it a failure and both gold and silver recaptured the “dip” both finished day slightly higher. We also see the dollar continuing to slide which is helping to support higher moves in gold, but silver is moving up a better clip. So far today silver is up 2% while gold is up 1%. Silver has moved twice as much and we hope this trend continues throug
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Antal E. Fekete - Gold University
  There Is More Where This Gift Has Come ...
On Wednesday, March 18, another handsome gift was delivered by the Fed to the bond bulls. It was the announcement that the Open Market Committee has made a unanimous decision for the central bank to buy $300 billion in long-term Treasury bonds and notes over the next six-month period. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond immediately fell from 3.
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Ronan Manly - Bullion Star
US Gold Reserves, Of Immense Interest to Russia and China
Recently, Russian television network RT extensively quoted me in a series of articles about the US Government’s gold reserves. The RT articles, published on the RT.com website, were based on a series of questions RT put to me about various aspects of the official US gold reserves. These gold reserves are held by the US Treasury, mostly in the custody of the US Mint. The US Mint is a branch of the US Treasury. The first of these articles, published by RT on 30 December 2017, is titled “US gold of
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Jim Willie CB - Hat Trick Letter
Silver as a Strategic Metal and Why Prices Will Soar
The arguments in favor of silver as an investment asset are growing rapidly. In the opinion of the Jackass, silver is the most under-valued hard asset in existence, with the highest potential for price appreciation on the globe. To begin with, central banks own no silver, but do own huge tracts of gold. Industry has huge demand for silver, but a trifling amount for gold demand. The investment demand is another key factor in favor of silver, but also for gold. Ever since the tech telecom bust in
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Rory Hall - The Daily coin
Rob Kirby: Crypto Gold Will Expose Fraudulent COMEX, LBMA and GLD
Honest commerce is a good platform from which to have good international relations. Foisting empty dollars on countries around the world whom you trade with, that are created out of thin air, is not conducive to peaceable international relations. Which is why the world is in the mess it’s in today. Rob Kirby ~The Daily Coin Let’s get the year started properly with a visit from Rob Kirby, Kirby Analytics, and take a long look at the global house of cards built upon the “exorbitant privilege” of t
Monday, January 22, 2018
Antal E. Fekete - Gold University
The Vanishing Of The Gold Basis and... 
The gold basis is defined as the difference between the nearby futures price and the cash price of gold in the same location. A positive basis is called contango; a negative one, backwardation. Since there were no organized futures markets in gold prior to 1971, the history of gold basis is confined to the last 35 or so years Gold futures trading started on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange in Canada in 1971 at a time when ownership and trading of gold was still illegal in the United States. Upon becoming legal the bulk of gold futures
Monday, January 22, 2018
Alan Leishman
  Gold and Silver Confiscation 
Partially banished from the history books, however, but well known to many Gold Bugs, through articles on the internet and historical texts, is the story of gold and silver confiscation in France in 1720 by the legendary John Law
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
Bond Market Bear Creating Gold Bull
Gold is climbing as bond yields rise and the dollar falls, over speculation that China is pulling back on buying US Treasuries and Japan signals it is winding down its quantitative easing program. Meanwhile, US debt continues to grow after the Republicans under President Trump pushed a trillion dollars worth of tax cuts through the Senate, that the Congressional Budget Office thinks will add $1.7 trillion to the deficit over the next decade. The dollar, 10 year yields and golds price
Saturday, January 20, 2018
Rory Hall - The Daily coin
Crypto Gold Will Expose Fraudulent COMEX, LBMA and GLD
Honest commerce is a good platform from which to have good international relations. Foisting empty dollars on countries around the world whom you trade with, that are created out of thin air, is not conducive to peaceable international relations. Which is why the world is in the mess it’s in today. Rob Kirby ~The Daily Coin Let’s get the year started properly with a visit from Rob Kirby, Kirby Analytics, and take a long look at the global house of cards built upon the “exorbitant privilege” of t
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Keith Weiner - Monetary Metals
Speculating Our Way to Prosperity
We have been discussing the consumption of capital. Last week, for example, we concluded with: “We see people eating more of the seed corn.” Morally, socialism is the enslavement of man to man. If you create something, they want not just to take it from you, but to render you unable to create anything else. They declare that the ideal is “from each according to his ability.” This is about the most perfect expression of envy ever put into words. By envy, we mean the hatred of the good for being t
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Antal E. Fekete - Gold University
The Marginal Productivity of Debt
The paper mill on the Potomac is furiously spewing up new money. According to the manager of the mill, as indeed according to the Quantity Theory of Money, this should stop prices from falling and the economy from contracting. In this article I present an argument why this conclusion is not valid
Friday, January 12, 2018
Philip Judge - Anglo Far East
Petro-Dollars and Sound Money
In this report we take a brief look at the growing world of Islamic Financing and Banking, it’s history, and strict governing laws. We will observe it’s unique features, implementation strategy and give some background to the ideology that exists behind the system.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Market Analysis For 2018 – Part Two
Part one discussed global stock and bond markets. Read it here. Since that article was written stock indices have bubbled higher.  Some analysts are talking “melt-up” for stock markets. Regardless, bubbles crash eventually. Part two addresses the U.S. dollar and gold prices. The Dollar The Dollar Index dropped from 102.28 on December 30, 2016 to 91.82 on December 29, 2017. The Index tracks the floating value of various unbacked fiat currencies against other fiat currencies also backed by nothing
Monday, January 8, 2018
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
How quickly will the dollar collapse? 
This might seem a frivolous question, while the dollar still retains its might, and is universally accepted in preference to other, less stable fiat currencies. However, it is becoming clear, at least to independent monetary observers, that in 2018 the dollar’s primacy will be challenged by the yuan as the pricing medium for energy and other key industrial commodities. After all, the dollar’s role as the legacy trade medium is no longer appropriate, given that China’s trade is now driving the gl
Thursday, January 4, 2018
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