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Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
Gold Manipulation? - $1.3 Billion Paper Gold Dump As ETF And Coin Demand Rise
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,312.00, EUR 965.20 and GBP 765.51 per ounce. Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,321.25, EUR 969.87 and GBP 771.53 per ounce. Gold dropped $31.00 or 2.32% yesterday to $1,306.70/oz and silver slid $0.50 or 2.38% to $20.92/oz. Gold In U.S. Dollars - 2 Days (Thomson Reuters) Gold rebounded 0.4% in Asian and European trading from a one month low on speculation yesterdays sharp sell off in the paper market, the biggest price fall this year, may lead to  increased ETF and physical
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
Silver Up 10.3% YTD - Outperformance To Continue
Today we look at silver and why it is an important allocation in all portfolios - Why Silver is in a Bull Market and How High Could it Go? - Is Silver About Returns Or A Hedge Against Inflation & Systemic Risk? - Silver: Very Small Global Supply - Silver: Increasing Technological and Industrial Demand - Silver: Medical Demand - Silver’s Unique Properties - Silver: Increasing Investment Demand - Silver Undervalued Versus Gold - Conclusion Today’s AM fix was USD 1,336.50, EUR 981.78 and GBP 779.39
Friday, July 11, 2014
Ty Andros - traderview
Politically correct, but practically incorrect economic suicide 
This week was interesting to say the least and it is ending with a bang. We are covering a number of brief subjects this week. I hope you enjoy them. Gutting the armed forces Politically correct, but practically incorrect economic suicide. Farmland disaster DEAD ahead Repressed to Death NOT a SMIDGEN of Corruption! France is IMPLODING economically: Vive la France Bonfire of the Vanities! This will not have a HAPPY ending! Gutting the armed forces No matter where you look y
Friday, July 11, 2014
Philippe Herlin - GoldBroker
Danger Warning: Banks Knowingly Underestimate their Risks
We shouldn’t worry about our economies anymore, the banks explain, the crisis is behind us and the solvability ratios have clearly gotten better. Banks like to tell us that the risks are under control and that their cash cushion is comfortable enough. The problem is that this risk reduction assessment does not come only from a more virtuous attitude, but also in part from dissimulation. As a matter of fact, “according to certain analysts, banks have revised their risk models in order to reduce
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Przemyslaw Radomski CFA - SunshineProfits
Fed's NIRP and Its Implications for Gold Investors
Based on the July gold Market Overview report. Believe it or not, we are finally witnessing a true monetary revolution. Unfortunately it is not the one that gold bugs have long waited for. Quite the opposite. We have the so called “monetary cranks” governing one of the most important central banks in the world. People who set the interest rates not at very low, not even at zero, not even at negative real interest rates, but at negative nominal interest rates. Hold your horses and constrain your
Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Debt Explosion!
Long-time readers know I love to include literary references to demonstrate key points; and none more so than the “aha moment” in my favorite movie of all time, V for Vendetta.  That is when Inspector Finch, who can’t seem to pinpoint exactly what’s wrong with England realizes how the spreading social cancer started, where it currently stood and where it was headed. Not that what ails America – and the entire world – is news to Miles Franklin Blog readers, as we have been writing of the inevitab
Thursday, July 03, 2014
Bob Hoye - Institutional Advisors
Can Policymakers Manage a Financial Mania?
The following is part of Pivotal Events that was published for our subscribers June 18, 2014. Signs Of The Times "Cash hoarding is so last year. As U.S. companies cut deals at a faster clip, spending is back in vogue." - Bloomberg, June 9 "China is hoarding crude at the fastest pace in at least a decade." - Bloomberg, June 11 "Wholesale Prices in U.S. Unexpectedly Decreased in May" - Bloomberg, June 13 "Stocks Are Booming, But Not The Economy" "Corporate America is b
Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
End of the Ugliest Era
It’s extremely rare to be born into a period of major historical significance; and rarer still, to escape it without one’s life turned upside down.  This is exactly the scenario confronting us all; and already, the tragic ramifications of a four-decade mad experiment in global money printing are spreading like the Ebola virus.  The inevitable catastrophic end of the “dollar standard era” will entail massive global shifts in purchasing power, military might and civil liberties; and sadly, those n
Monday, June 30, 2014
Bill Downey - Commodity Trader
Gold and silver uptrend still intact but odds favor short term peak this week in cycles
INTRA-DAY NEWSLETTER ~ June 24 2014 Consumer Confidence Surges To Highest Since Jan 08; Under-35s At Lowest In 2014 Submitted by Tyler Durden on 06/24/2014 - 10:08 The American consumer has not been as confident as this since January 2008... can you feel the confidence? The biggest driver of this confidence appears to be the spike from 79.7 to 99.5 in the Pacific region's confidence... but plunged in the Mountain and Central regions. Only 26.7% believe stocks can fall from here - near the lowes
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
Fed's 'Noisy' Inflation Fantasy
The Fed wants investors to be as unconcerned as the central bank is about inflation. Even though year over year consumer price inflation is above its target, the Fed chose in its latest press conference to claim the 2.1 percent YOY increase in prices paid merely represented "noisy" readings in the inflation gauge. However, the truth is that rising prices are a direct result of years' worth of zero percent interest rates and $3.5 trillion in money printing provided courtesy of both Ba
Monday, June 23, 2014
Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts - Hi Ho Silver!
There was intraday commentary about the metals rally here.  There is also a Summer assignment for those of you who wish to have a framework for the unfolding tragedy that is the Anglo-American financial system.  I suggest you scroll down for it. I had taken my trading account down to effectively zero cash on this last move lower in the metals, especially in the last two weeks.  That was how sure I was that these market were grossly oversold. 
Friday, June 20, 2014
Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
When Trust and Confidence Is Lost, The Die Is Cast 
"After nearly 6 years of blocking the normal development of systemic transition, a blocking caused by a flood of dollars leading to a renewed artificial global addiction to the US dollar, history is now taking its course. It isn’t as if during these six years nothing has happened. On the one hand, the US has failed to relaunch its economy and the actual situation for Americans has only got worse, and on the other, the emerging nations have used – and contributed to creating – this 'pause' to
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Ty Andros - traderview
  TedBits American Empire on Fire 
This week's news certainly WASN'T BORING. Big events and small add up to unfolding CHAOS around the WORLD. This week's subjects: American Empire on FIRE! Out on a LIMB: Credit Unions facing INSOLVECY Is rising indebtedness a sign of economic strength? Bond YIELDS continue to collapse as the race for yield INTENSIFIES George Orwell in Action Showdown looming at the OK corral! Simply UNBELIEVABLE SOVEREIGN credit market action PHANTOM GDP Rare INDEED Must watch video intervi
Monday, June 16, 2014
Jim Willie CB - Hat Trick Letter
BRICS Gold Central Bank Outpost
While the West has been mesmerized by the chaos in Ukraine, surely to become an implosion site, while attention has been directed on the Negative Interest Rate Policy coming into view, surely to become the norm for banker skimming on yields, while focus has been on Spain's royalty in abdication, surely a change of the dark nobility guard, the Jackass has yawned and turned the view toward Saudi Arabia, surely a significant event on their fund news. They have announced a new sovereign wealth fund
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
The Point Of No Return
In last month’s “Place Your Bets – Economic Mother Nature versus Wall Street,” we presented the below chart, depicting how dramatically the U.S. economic situation has deteriorated since the 2000 and 2007 financial calamities.  Amazingly, it has taken just 14 years for America to look more like a third world nation than a “superpower;” and sadly, the trend is decidedly not its friend. Unquestionably, the global economy “broke” during 2008’s Global Meltdown I, as 37 years of unfettered, global m
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
RBS, Ulster Bank Bail-in Risk? 'Danger Of Failing' Due To '£100 Billion Black Hole'
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,255.00, EUR 920.70 and GBP 746.67 per ounce. Friday’s AM fix was USD 1,254.00, EUR 919.96 and GBP 745.90 per ounce.  Gold fell $0.20 or 0.02% Friday to $1,252.90/oz. Silver was unchanged at $19.03/oz. Gold and silver were both up on the week at 0.17% and 1.17% respectively.   Gold bullion traded near the highest price in a week in London as the dollar fell against major currencies. Senior international bankers have told The Financial Times that Russian companies are prep
Monday, June 09, 2014
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
Market Report: Gold in near-death experience on Comex 
Well, it’s a bit of an exaggeration, but for the first three days of this week daily turnover in the gold future fell to about 80,000 contracts, compared with a more normal level of 120,000. At the same time volatility fell to as close to zero as you can get. The week started with the gold price at $1241 and until yesterday at 1.00pm UK time stuck to a tight range of $7 centred on $1244. Open interest picked up a little, as shown in our first chart. This zombified market sat up in its coffin ye
Friday, June 06, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Book Review: Steve Forbes Leads the New Renaissance in Monetary Understanding 
People who have followed Steve Forbes’ “Fact & Comment” have long noted his advocacy for the Classical, gold-based monetary approach the United States used before 1971. But, what most people probably did not know is the depth and breadth of Forbes’ understanding of this fundamental topic. Steve Forbes has one of the best monetary minds in the U.S. today – towering above today’s academics and money bureaucrats, including central bankers, whose collective incompete
Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
Why Bond Yields are at Record Lows 
It seems that nearly everyone is confounded by the record low bond yields that are prevalent across the globe today. If investors can correctly pinpoint the real reason behind these low sovereign debt yields, they will also be able to find a great parking place for their investment capital to weather the upcoming storm. Wall Street cheerleaders are explaining that yields in the world's largest economy are falling for strictly "technical reasons." Specifically, they claim that there
Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Bob Hoye - Institutional Advisors
The Inflation Is in Junk Bonds
The following is part of Pivotal Events that was published for our subscribers May 22, 2014. Signs Of The Times "Bond buyers have never paid so little to lend to the riskiest junk-rated companies, yet they're gobbling up the debt at an accelerating rate." - Bloomberg, May 6 "Investors hungry for high yielding bonds are turning to one of the riskiest corners of the US corporate debt market." - Financial Times, May 9 "Continue to overweight high yield bonds." - BCA
Saturday, May 31, 2014
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