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Stewart Thomson - Graceland Update
Gold: Let The Good Times Roll?
Graceland Updates By Stewart Thomson1.Which song would best describe the current state of the global gold market?Perhaps it would be,“Good Times Roll”, by the 1970s rock band “The Cars”.2.During the first six months of 2014, there have been quite a number of events that are positive for the gold market, and there was a big one yesterday.3.Please click here now. That’s the monthly FXI-NYSE chart, which I refer to as the “Chinese Dow”.4.Gold and most commodities began a multi-year decline in 2011,
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Graham Summers - Gains Pains & Capital
Gold Is Now Officially Money 
Everything that has happened since 2007, every Central Bank move, ever major political decision regarding the big banks, every trend, have all been focused solely on one issue. That issue is collateral. What is collateral? Collateral is an underlying asset that is pledged when a party enters into a financial arrangement.  It is essentially a promise that should things go awry, you have some “thing” that is of value, which the other party can get access to in order to compensate them for their
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
The Bank of France, 1914-1941
We continue our look at central banks in the 1914-1941 period. July 20, 2014: The Bank of England, 1914-1941 July 18, 2014: Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #8: A Brief Summary January 19, 2014: The Federal Reserve in the 1930s January 26, 2014: The Federal Reserve in the 1930s #2: Interest Rates The source of our data is the Federal Re
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Mary Anne & Pamela Aden - Aden Forecast
Still Looking Good
No sooner had gold taken a back seat to the soaring stock market, when it did an about face! Tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine pushed gold up. The Fed then fueled the rise by again affirming a low interest rate policy. But a firmer dollar and better economic news then put downward pressure on the metals again. We've felt that 2014 could end up being the turnaround year, from a bear market to a bull market. And that a bull market ascent could develop in 2015. This is still a likely
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The Prudent Investor
The Coming Silver Shortage
The coming silver shortage explained in a simple video.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Keith Weiner - Monetary Metals
Like Dripping Silver Icicles 
I don’t typically emphasize price charts in analyzing the market, however something unusual has been happening in the spot (physical) silver market. It did not happen in the silver futures market, nor in the gold market. I have been bearish on silver because of its supply and demand fundamentals, and the price action shown below adds a new dimension. Let’s take a look at a candlestick chart. Candlestick charts show the open, close, and price range during a particular period. The region between t
Monday, July 28, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
On the Path To a Better Monetary System: Bretton Woods Didn't Fail Because of the "Balance of Paymen
Today is a period when we are building the foundation for the monetary systems of the future – what former Fed chief Paul Volcker recently called “the need to develop an international monetary system worthy of our time.” This “foundation” consists mainly of ideas – the ideas that are later implemented in real-world systems. Without the ideas, you can’t make the system. It’s as simple as that. I think there is a lot of trauma remaining today
Monday, July 28, 2014
Charleston Voice
FDR: The Great Gold Confiscator Speaks *audio*
It's hard to imagine a greater theft from the American people than their personal gold savings.  This stolen gold was then exchanged to foreign bankers for irredeemable paper dollars. The continuing thievery by the Federal Reserve of American's productivity by debt and inflation continues unabated to impoverish and enslave us. Published by Charleston Voice FDR: THE GREAT GOLD CONFISCATOR Advancing Tyranny under a cover of "patriotism" and "sacrifice". Using the theme of a "caring go
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
The Bank of England, 1914-1941
Today we are looking at the balance sheet of the Bank of England, 1914-1941. The source of the data is the Federal Reserve's Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1914-1941, available here: http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=38 This follows our investigation of the Federal Reserve during the same time period. January 19, 2014: The Federal Reserve in the 1930s January
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
The End of Gold and Silver Mining 
How many reasons to own precious metals- and fear all else-what can I say? I guess we’ll see today, culminating in today’s topic du jour – the increased confidence in our long-standing prediction that not only has global gold and silver mining peaked, but will likely not rebound material even after the Cartel’s inevitable demise. Let’s start with the so-called U.S. “recovery”; which with each passing day becomes more widely understood to be nothing but a scam fabricated by the propaganda machine
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Jay Taylor - Kitco
Gold Friendly BRICS Challenge the Dollar and the Fed

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Jeffrey Lewis
Central Banks and The Dollar Hitting the BRICS 
“We are pleased to announce the signing of the Treaty for the establishment of the BRICS Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA) with an initial size of US $100 billion. This arrangement will have a positive precautionary effect, help countries forestall short-term liquidity pressures, promote further BRICS cooperation, strengthen the global financial safety net and complement existing international arrangements.... The Agreement is a framework for the provision of liquidity through currency swaps
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #8: A Brief Summary
I thought I would make a brief summary of our look into currency histories of the 1913-1941 period. The data is from the Federal Reserve Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1914-1941, available here: http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=38 June 22, 2014: Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #7: Switzerland's Independence; Turkey Avoids Devaluation June 1, 2014: Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #6: Hyperinflation in Polan
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Jeff Clark - Casey Research
Gold : Western Delusions vs. Chinese Realities 
I don’t want to say that mainstream analysts are stupid when it comes to China’s gold habits, but I did look up how to say that word in Chinese… One report claims, for example, that gold demand in China is down because the yuan has fallen and made the metal more expensive in the country. Sounds reasonable, and it has a grain of truth to it. But as you’ll see below, it completely misses the bigger picture, because it overlooks a major development with how the country now imports precious metals
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The Gold Report
Sean Rakhimov: Upward Trend a Silver Investor's Friend
The Gold Report: The Washington D.C.-based Silver Institute reports that net silver demand has exceeded net silver supply each year since 2004, with a supply deficit of 113 million ounces (113 Moz) reported in 2013. Why hasn't that trend translated into dramatically higher silver prices? Sean Rakhimov: First, I don't put much faith in these numbers. For instance, CPM Group has somewhat different numbers. Either way, silver supply and demand have been roughly in equilibrium, in my opinion, over
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Ron Paul
  What The Media Won't Report About Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 
Just days after the tragic crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, Western politicians and media joined together to gain the maximum propaganda value from the disaster. It had to be Russia; it had to be Putin, they said. President Obama held a press conference to claim - even before an investigation - that it was pro-Russian rebels in the region who were responsible. His ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, did the same at the UN Security Council - just one day af
Monday, July 21, 2014
Jeffrey Lewis
Silver Before it’s Too Late 
The ongoing plight of the long term value investor continues - seemingly without end. However, decades of exuberance and greed have colluded. The financial establishment has created an accident waiting to happen. The mainstream has not "priced in" risk, which makes it even harder to travel the road less traveled.And once the accident happens, it may be too late.If silver prices were to suddenly move back toward natural price equilibrium, there would naturally (not always the best thing) be a rus
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Devaluations of the 1930s Don't Justify Today's Funny Money Excess
Without question, the Great Depression was a time when the political consensus moved from a Classical “hard money” approach towards a Mercantilist “soft money” approach — leading, ultimately, to today’s “print until the pain goes away” reaction. Actually, this trend had started in the later 19th century, and was not fully expressed until the 1970s – an evolution stretching over a hundred years or more. But, the experience of the Great Depression period of the 1930s st
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
Gold Manipulators are Desperate 
With virtually empty gold vaults, the central banks and bullion banks are now becoming desperate. The action we are seeing in the paper gold market with the recent $50 takedown is yet more proof of the corner that the gold manipulators have put themselves into by having virtually no physical gold left. A rising gold price is dangerous for the manipulators. This would inevitably lead to more physical demand, something that would be disastrous for the manipulators. As the holders of paper gold b
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Ty Andros - traderview
The Wizards of LIBERTY Street Big Buyers in a fool's paradise 
There is no shortage of interesting items to choose from. The world is unraveling fast and the absurdities just keep piling up. Here are a few from the last week... The Wizards of LIBERTY Street Big Buyers in a fool's paradise Is the TOP in for European Banks? Spanish Banks, Lying with numbers. David Letterman's top 10 reasons to vote democrat Huckabee and the truth about the US border crisis The REAL cost Illegal Immigration Militarization of the UNITED STATES Honest Abe
Friday, July 18, 2014
James Turk - Goldmoney
James Turk and John Rubino interview with J Taylor Media
James Turk, John Rubino, Daniel McAdams and David Jensen return as guests on the next radio program. Turk and Rubino discusses their new book, "The Money Bubble. What to Do Before it Pops?" Both men believe, as does your host, that economic pathology is built into our economic system through fiat money and anti-market policies that ruin capitalism. Listen to the full interview here.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Chris Martenson
The Electrical Grid May Well Be The Next War's Battlefield 
We talk a lot about Peak Cheap Oil as the Achilles' heel of the exponential monetary model, but the real threat to the quality of our daily lives would be a sustained loss of electrical power. Anything over a week without power for any modern nation would be a serious problem. When the power goes out, everything just stops. For residential users, even a few hours begins to intrude heavily as melting freezers, dying cell phones, and the awkward realization that we don't remember how to play board
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Bron Suchecki - Perth Mint
How Eastern Gold Demand Is Transforming The Gold Market
GoldSilverWorlds has a good post up summarising my tweets and Al Korelin interview about the LBMA Forum in Singapore. Below are some additional notes I took which I didn't tweet or talk about. Zhang Bing Nan of China Gold Association (view his slides here) when asked about the West to East flow gave what I think is a classic Chinese answer: the globe is round so what is East and what is West, which got a laugh. Other comments: no matter who you lend your dollars to it is not safe; not the same
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Jeffrey Lewis
The Perfect Crime and the Plight of the Modern Silverite
Silver is not just any old commodity. It is old money. Despite massive efforts and price fixing, clipping and manipulation, it has remained central to monetary and political systems for centuries. Today it is small and relatively dark in the context of modern investing.Desperate times call for desperate measures. And the desperation to buy and hold metal should simply be proportional to the desperation of the will of the monetary powers to maintain the status quo.Here's a quote from ZeroHedge th
Thursday, July 17, 2014
David Chapman - SafeHaven
Gold Mini Plunges!

Thursday, July 17, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Paul Volcker Dreams of a "New Bretton Woods." But What Would That Look Like?
Out of the “currency wars” of the 1930s, and then World War II, came a shared dream among the non-communist states: to establish a stable economic environment for business and trade. Representatives from forty-four countries met at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, and recreated the world gold standard system. The U.S. dollar was officially linked to gold at $35/ounce, its gold parity since 1934. Other currencies were linked to the dol
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
James Turk - Goldmoney
James Turk - Bank Shorts Orchestrating Gold & Silver Smash 
With continued turmoil in major markets, today James Turk told King World News that bullion bank shorts orchestrated today’s smash in the gold and silver markets. Turk also gave some fascinating statistics regarding today’s takedown in the metals and discussed what investors should expect next. Click here to read the full interview on King World News
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Theodore Butler - Butler Research
  The Silver Conspiracy 
It’s now going on close to 30 years since I first discovered that silver was manipulated by excessive and concentrated short selling on the COMEX. I remember the exact moment like it occurred yesterday. It’s hard to believe I was in my 30’s when this started. As I’ve explained previously, I was looking for an answer to Izzy Friedman’s question as to how and why silver prices remained so low when the market was in a supply/demand deficit.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Silver - Butler Research
The Silver Conspiracy

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Silver Price Manipulation - Butler Research
The Silver Conspiracy

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

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