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Bullion Vault
Gold Prices 'Hit by Deep Link' to Real Yields But 'Should Gain' on Inflation
GOLD PRICES struggled to recover from yesterday's sharp drop against the rallying US Dollar in London on Wednesday, halving last week's 2.2% gain as world stock markets fell, bond prices steadied and commodities edged higher. Retreating 2.6% from last Friday's 3-week high at $1361 per ounce, the gold price in Dollar terms has now cut its 2018 gains to date to just 2.2%. Priced in Eu
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Bullion Vault
Comex Silver Speculators Turn Net Bearish, Gold Prices Steady as Russia, Turkey Warn US Over Syrian 'Fire'
GOLD and SILVER PRICES remained steady on Monday morning in London against a rebounding US Dollar, write Steffen Grosshauser and Adrian Ash at BullionVault. With New York shut for Presidents Day – and ahead of meeting minutes due Wednesday from the US Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting – global equity markets were mixed as non-US government bond prices fell once more, nudging interest rates higher.
Monday, February 19, 2018
Bullion Vault
Start of Chinese New Year Holiday See Gold Bullion Whip on US Inflation Data, Turkey Threatens 'Ottoman Slap'
GOLD BULLION prices fell as the Dollar jumped on stronger-than-expected US inflation data Wednesday, only to recover the drop as fixed-income bond prices fell, pushing longer-term interest rates higher once more. World stock markets also sank and then rallied on the news, with Germany's Dax regaining a previous 1.0% loss by mid-afternoon in Frankfurt. Gold priced in non-US currencies also spiked
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Bullion Vault
Gold Prices Hit Multi-Week Lows as UK 'Hints' at Rate Rise, US Risks Syria Stand-Off with Turkey
GOLD PRICES bounced $10 per ounce from new 5-week lows against a rising US Dollar in London on Thursday, rallying to $1316 as Western stock markets also fell hard once again. Commodities held flat, but major government bond prices dropped, driving longer-term interest rates higher. Benchmark UK Gilt yields neared the highest since March 2016 – back before the shock Brexit referendum result on qu
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Jason Hamlin - Gold Stock Bull
5 Forces That Will Drive Gold Higher In 2018
Gold prices are rising. They bottomed in December 2015 at $1,046, a year later in December 2016 at $1,124, and again in December 2017 at $1,241. The bull market in gold has shown renewed life, as the bull market in stocks is displaying weakness, old age, and terminal blow-off behavior. 1 – DOLLAR DEVALUATION: Potentially the most important force pushing gold prices higher is the inevitable devaluation of the dollar. Commercial and central banks create debt by “printing” dollars from “thin air” a
Friday, February 2, 2018
Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
Don’t Fight the Fed! Or the Rest of the World’...
On March 9, 2009, The Wall Street Journal’s Money and Investing section posed this ominous question: "How low can stocks go?" The stench of economic malaise was suffocating as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) rounded off its fourth straight week of losses, and the S&P 500 touched below 700 for the first time in 13 years. Goldman Sachs cautioned the S&P could fall to 400, while CNBC’s Jim Cramer was busily calculating the stock valuations of the DJIA components based on balance sheet cash
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Dollar Destruction and Inexpensive Commodities
Americans buy groceries with dollars. Most of the world buys crude oil with dollars.  World trade depends upon dollars. That is changing but for now, it’s a fact. SO WHAT? If dollars weaken against other fiat currencies and against commodities, it takes more dollars to buy the same stuff. That extra-hot, sugar free, half-caf, soy latte for five bucks could be priced at seven bucks next year.  Gasoline in the U.S. was $0.25 fifty years ago and now it’s ten times more expensive. Slow or fast, doll
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
Davos – My Personal Experience of the $100,000 Event, $60 Burgers, Massive Inequality and the Blockchain Revolution 
– Davos elite hear warnings of complacency akin to 2007 as economic risks grow – Toxic mix of infallible belief, arrogance, megalomania and economic ignorance – Some express concern economies are vulnerable due to imbalances, trade, geo-political tensions– Soros: Trump creating ‘mafia state’ & ‘set on a course towards nuclear war’ with N Korea– Bond bear market, rising interest rates and massive $233 trillion debt are some of the many threats to global stability – Davos theme explores massive in
Friday, January 26, 2018
Rory Hall - The Daily coin
Russia Should Overtake China’s Gold Holdings in January 2018
As we have reported on a number of occasions Russia has been moving ever closer to 6th position in global gold holdings and she is now within a handful of tons of physical gold to achieve the next step. Russia added a recorded number of tons of gold to her gold holding in 2017 with 223 tons added to the central bank’s gold reserves. Please keep in mind that Russia has agreed to sell China between 80 and 100 tons of gold on an annual basis, so that would be in addition to what Russia added to her
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Bullion Vault
Gold Price Steady as US Government Shutdown Hits Dollar, Platinum Bulls Jump
GOLD PRICES held steady as the Dollar remained weak Monday morning amid the US government shutdown, writes Steffen Grosshauser at BullionVault – the first since October 2013. After recording the 6th weekly gain in succession at the London PM benchmarking, wholesale gold bullion prices traded in a $6 range around Friday's close at $1331 per ounce. Gold for Euro and other
Monday, January 22, 2018
Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
The Next Great Bull Market in Gold Has Begun – Rickards
– ‘Gold is in the early stages of a sustainable long-term bull market’ Rickards – Rickards believes the next bull market in gold will be even more powerful than those of 1971–1980 and 1999–2011 – This new rally could send gold $1,475 or higher by next summer thanks to Fed rate hikes – Warns of Peak Gold ‘Physical gold is in short supply. Refiners can’t get enough to meet demand.’ – ‘Now looks like a good time to jump on board to enjoy the ride’ – The Axis of Gold ‘continue to buy gold overtly an
Saturday, January 20, 2018
Bullion Vault
Gold Price Risks 'Double Top' vs Falling Dollar as Turkey, Pakistan Challenge US Foreign Policy
GOLD PRICES pulled back from 4-month highs above $1340 per ounce for the third day running in London on Wednesday, again trading lower for non-Dollar investors as the US currency fell once more. Asian and European stock markets also headed south after Wall Street marked a "key reversal" from fresh all-time record highs for technical analysts, closing 0.5% lower overnight after rising sharply earlier on Tuesday.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
SRSrocco - SRSRocco Report
Chinese Physical Gold Investment Demand Surges While Americans Pile Into Stock and Crypto Bubbles
Chinese demand for physical gold investment surged in the first three-quarters of 2017 while Americans ditched the shiny yellow metal for increased bets in the crypto mania and stock market bubble market.  Even though China’s Hang Seng Stock Market outperformed the Dow Jones Index last year, Chinese citizens purchased the most gold bar and coin products Q1-Q3 2017 since the same period in 2013, when they took advantage of huge gold market price selloff.According to the World Gold Council, Chines
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
AS SISYPHUS FAILS GOLD WILL ASCEND
Welcome to 2018 – a year that will be the culmination of at least 105 years of mismanagement of the Western financial system by governments, central bankers and the elite. 2018 will be a year of major volatility in many markets. Stocks are now in a melt-up phase and before the major bear markets start in virtually all countries around the world, we are likely to see the final exhaustion moves which could be substantial. The year will also be marked by inflation increasing a lot faster than expec
Friday, January 12, 2018
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
  One-year score card for Trump
We understand our politicians to be human, with much that that implies. In a democracy, politics is a competitive business, which means that generally well-balanced individuals tend to succeed, while those who are obviously unbalanced do not. And as for political power corrupting individuals, that is normally limited by the obligation to periodically seek an electoral mandate. That, at least is the theory, but in late-2016, the election of President-elect Donald Trump caused us all to question t
Friday, January 12, 2018
Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
World is $233 Trillion In Debt: UK Personal Debt At New Record
The World is $233 Trillion In Debt: It’s Time to Rebalance To Gold – Record level global debt level hit $233 trillion in Q3 2017– World’s per capita debt now more than $30,000– UK personal debts climbed to the highest level since credit crunch, reaching more than £200bn– US consumer credit highest jump in 2 years by 8.8% in November to $3.83 trillion– BofE warn UK banks could incur £30bn of losses if interest rates and unemployment rise sharply Graph updated September 2017.  Global debt levels
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Gary Christenson - Sprott Money
A Return to Financial Sanity? Gary Christenson (03/01/2018)
Financial sanity and stability may not return, but we can protect our assets and learn from the discussion. The DOW, S&P500, NASDAQ and other markets sell at all-time highs. However, many imbalances exist within our financial world. This is not new – things have been crazy before, are now, and will be again. But to regain financial sanity we need: From “Doug Casey on the New Fed Chair ” “In an ideal world there would be some radical changes. The best thing for the US in the (famous) l
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
Imaginations of the Misguided
aheadoftheherd.com The end of the world as we know it It’s Christmas 2017 and North Korean Dear Leader Kim Jong-un is facing a crisis. Recently the United States, with UN approval, imposed the harshest round of economic sanctions yet on his reclusive regime. While North Korea has been sanctioned since 2006 due to continuing attempts to develop nuclear weapons, this new provocation by its sworn nemesis is the last straw for Kim, who feels the great legacies of his father and grandfather, Kim
Friday, December 29, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Saxo Bank's 10 "Outrageous Predictions" for 2018: Which are Likely?
Every year, Saxo Bank makes 10 outrageous predictions for the new year. The ideas are meant to get people to think."Outrageous Prediction" Definition Saxo Bank points out their "Outrageous Predictions for 2018 "are not their actual forecasts. Rather, they are a list of supposed “1% likelihood” events that Saxo really feels should be considered as 10% likely or higher. In other words, they bring together a list of things that may happen, in an effort to get you to think. Overview Our suspicion i
Sunday, December 24, 2017
George F. Smith - Barbarous Relic
You’re the Fed chairman — now what?
What follows is shameless self-promotion. In 2008 I self-published The Flight of the Barbarous Relic, a novel about a renegade Fed chairman named Preston Mathews.  On a stormy Halloween night Mathews does a Friedman helicopter drop from the cockpit of his biplane over the fictitious town of Morrisville, Virginia, then flies to his nearby farm and plows his two-winger into the ground at the foot of his barn.  For months Mathews had spent weekends painting a mural on his barn that depicted the
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
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