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Steve Saville - Speculative Investor
An Australian gold producer sells high and buys low
Blackham Resources (BLK.AX), a junior gold producer that has just begun to ramp-up production at a newly-commissioned mine in Western Australia, reported something interesting earlier this week. Having forward-sold about half of next year’s expected gold production a few months ago when the gold price was near its highs for the year, the company recently took advantage of gold’s price decline by closing-out the bulk of its forward sales. It did so by purchasing gold and delivering it into the fo
Friday, December 9, 2016
Adam Hamilton - Zealllc
Gold Juniors’ Q3’16 Fundamentals
The junior gold miners’ and explorers’ stocks have been crushed in recent months, collateral damage from enormous gold-futures selling.  That’s naturally left investors and speculators extremely bearish on gold juniors.  But lost in all this technical and sentimental tumult are important fundamentals from the juniors’ recently-reported third-quarter financial and operational results, which proved quite strong and bullish. The junior gold stocks are rightfully c
Friday, December 2, 2016
Adam Hamilton - Zealllc
Silver Miners’ Q3’16 Fundamentals
The silver miners recently finished reporting their third-quarter results, offering a hard fundamental look into this sector.  This reality check is valuable given the fierce winds of bearish sentiment buffeting silver stocks in recent months.  Despite their huge correction, the elite silver miners’ fundamentals remain strong.  They are producing at costs far below prevailing silver levels, with profits poised to soar as silver recovers. Silver mining is a toug
Friday, November 25, 2016
Mark O'Byrne -
Russia Gold Buying In October Is Biggest Monthly Allocation Since 1998
Russia gold buying accelerated in October with the Russian central bank buying a very large 48 metric tonnes or 1.3 million ounces of gold bullion. This is the largest addition of gold to the Russian monetary reserves since 1998 and could be seen as a parting ‘gift’ by Prime Minister Putin to his rival ex-President Obama. The Russian central bank gold purchase is the biggest monthly gold purchase of this millennium. Concerns about systemic risk, currency wars and the devaluation of the dollar,
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Historically Bullish Precious Metal Fundamentals, Versus Historical Bearish Oil Fundamentals
It’s my last article before Thanksgiving – though I’ll still tape my weekly Kerry Lutz podcast tomorrow morning; and thus, I intend to make it a good one.  In which, I’m going to do some actual financial analysis – like I did on Wall Street for 15 years, using my finance degree, Chartered Financial Analyst designation, experience, and logic.  Which sadly, is not just a dying art, but long dead – care of the commandeering of financial markets, unleashing of Central bank printing presses, and prop
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
Trump Will Grow US Debt Exponentially
There is a total misunderstanding of the role of gold and why it is so critical to own physical gold. Gold should not be bought or sold based on rumours or events. In connection with the US election, gold moved for totally the wrong reasons. The whole Western world had forecast a Clinton victory. The Western media, which does no analysis but only reports what they are fed, spent no time trying to understand what the mood of the people was. It was exactly the same with Brexit. The elite in Londo
Monday, November 21, 2016
Adam Hamilton - Zealllc
Gold Miners’ Q3’16 Fundamentals
The gold miners just finished reporting their third-quarter results, which proved very impressive.  While this small contrarian sector is now languishing in the doghouse following a brutal post-election selloff, the gold miners’ fundamentals are strengthening.  Lower costs and higher gold prices led to surging operating cash flows and profits.  The major gold miners are great fundamental bargains for contrarians today. Gold-stock bulls are among the largest eve
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Mark O'Byrne -
Peak Gold Globally – “Bullish For Gold”
Peak gold production is happening globally and this is “bullish for gold” according to a slowly emerging group in the gold industry. It is great to see the reality of peak gold production slowly be acknowledged in the mainstream as it is an important fundamental factor in the market which has been continuously ignored. As reported by Bloomberg in ‘Decade of Gold Mine Declines Poised to Spur Deals, Prices’ today: Gold’s dwindling pipeline of new mines is poised to usher in a decade-long output s
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Robert Mundell's Interpretation of the Interwar Period 2: the "Mundell-Johnson hypothesis"
We're continuing our look into the various notions that Robert Mundell brought up in his 1999 Nobel speech, regarding the Interwar Period, 1914-1944. November 6, 2016: Robert Mundell's Interpretation of the Interwar Period October 30, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 3: Nonmonetary Causes October 23, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 2: Steindl, Schwartz, and Eichengreen October 16, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression October 2
Monday, November 14, 2016
Mark O'Byrne -
Central Bank Gold Demand continues in Q3
Dedollarization and Uncertainty drive Central Bank Demand for Gold Central banks added 81.7t to their gold reserves in the third quarter Total central banks purchases in the year-to-date reach 271.1t. Fellow-SCO member Kazakhstan and Belarus also had to holdings 90% of reserve managers intend to increase or maintain gold reserves. “The case for gold remains compelling for reserve managers” state WGC Unconventional monetary policies will underpin gold demand in coming years.   Central banks add
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Jason Hamlin - Gold Stock Bull
Peak Gold Theory Strengthened as Q3 Marks Second Consecutive Quarter of Production Declines
During the third quarter of 2016, global gold production dropped by 0.5%. Miners brought 846.8t onto the market versus 851.2t during Q3 of 2015. While this isn’t a huge decline, it marks the second consecutive quarter that gold production was down versus the previous year. The overall trend of plateauing output remains in place and has increased the odds that we are approaching, or have already reached, peak gold. The chart of annual mine production is shown below. Also notice the sharp decline
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Announces Q3 2016 Financial and Operating Results

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Robert Mundell's Interpretation of the Interwar Period
Today we will look at Robert Mundell's interpretation of the Interwar Period, 1914-1944. October 30, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 3: Nonmonetary Causes October 23, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 2: Steindl, Schwartz, and Eichengreen October 16, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression October 2, 2016: The Interwar Period, 1914-1944 When I entered the "supply side inner circle" around 2001, I was surprised to find that a lo
Sunday, November 6, 2016
Announces Third Quarter 2016 Financial Results, Quarterly Dividend, Updated Guidance for

Thursday, November 3, 2016
Detour Gold Reports Third Quarter 2016 Results

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
24hGold - Publicnow
Quarterly Report - September 2016
Highlights Wiluna West Gold Project to advance following major review and reinterpretation of geophysics; Wiluna West gold ore processing discussions continuing; RC drilling program for Hatches Creek commencing early November; Successful drilling campaign at Mt Mulgine for Tungsten Mining (GWR 13.3%);
Monday, October 31, 2016
Dan Popescu - GoldBroker
Gold and Deflation
Since the start of this gold correction in 2013, the most bearish argument I hear is that there is no risk of hyperinflation or even high inflation, but rather a risk of deflation (or a negative inflation rate, not to be confused with a lower rate of inflation increase, or disinflation). What to make of it? First, let us define what we mean by inflation. In general, inflation is defined as an increase in the price of most goods and services. But what causes this increase? Is it a change in supp
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Koos Jansen - Bullion Star
The Great Physical Gold Supply Demand Illusion
Gold supply and demand data published by all primary consultancy firms is incomplete and misleading. The data falsely presents gold to be more of a commodity than a currency, having caused deep misconceptions with respect to the metal’s trading characteristics and price formation. Numerous consultancy firms around the world, for example Thomson Reuters GFMS, Metals Focus, the World Gold Council and CPM Group, provide physical gold supply and demand statistics, accompanied by an analysis of these
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
The Gold Manipulators Will Be Punished
The selling of gold we saw last week was another desperate attack by the BIS and some central banks, together with the bullion banks, to manipulate the gold market lower. We saw over 40% of annual production of gold being sold last week which is 1,000 tons. The physical market continues to be strong which I will discuss further on. Western Central Banks hold less than 50% of official quantities Obviously, the sellers had no physical gold to sell so they conveniently dumped all this gold in the
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Mark O'Byrne -
“Gold Is A Great Hedge Against Politicians” – Goldman
Gold has risen another 1.7% in British pound terms this week and is 1.8% higher in euro terms and is again acting as a hedge against currency devaluations, Brexit, eurozone and heightened political and geo-political risk in the UK, EU, U.S. and most of the world. Gold is marginally higher in dollar terms this week after surging on the open in Asia on Sunday night. Gold quickly rose 1% from $1,251/oz to $1,264/oz as China and the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) began trading again after being closed
Friday, October 14, 2016