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Bill Murphy: Fundamentals Will Push Gold & Silver To Spectacular Levels - Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall

The big accumulators of physical gold (China, Russia, India) are content with the current rigged market price of gold as long as the west can continue to make deliveries into these countries. But at some point the West’s “cupboard” will be bare and big buyers will see what the Comex really has in its vaults. It’s at that point when the precious metals market will become interesting.

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Introducing Yield Purchasing Power - Keith Weiner

The monetary debate seems artificially limited. On one side is Federal Reserve policy based on discretion. On the other is policy based on rules. It’s Keynes vs. Friedman. It’s central planning of our economy based on the reactive whims of wise monetary planners vs. central planning of our economy based on the proactive rules written by … wise monetary planners.

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Wile E. Coyote Gravity - Keith Weiner

Another week without much major price action, gold +$16 and silver +$0.12. At least if you look at the closing prices. However on Monday after New York market hours, there was quite a spike in silver.

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SM Radio

October 21, 2016

Eric Sprott discusses the rebounding price of gold as well as trends in the global economy and the likelihood of a Fed rate hike.

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October 14, 2016

This week, John Embry subs in for Eric Sprott. Hear John discuss the recent correction in the metals and mining shares as well the current global economic environment.

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October 7, 2016

With gold and silver both down significantly this week, Eric Sprott discusses the motivation behind the selling as well as where prices may head from here.

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Ask The Expert

Ask The Expert - Andrew Maguire - October 2016

Andrew Maguire is an Independent London Metals Trader and Analyst, internationally renowned for his unique ability to read the precious metals market with the knowledge and experience gained over 35 years trading in financial and commodity markets

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Ask The Expert - Willem Middelkoop - September 2016

This month's Ask the Expert is Willem Middelkoop.

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Ask The Expert - David Jensen - August 2016

Our Ask the Expert for August 2016 is David Jensen of Jensen Strategic. Mr. Jensen currently serves as President and COO of a private mining company and provides strategic, operational, risk assessment, and precious metals consulting services.

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Sprott's Thoughts

Global Debt Grows & Central Banks Are Buyers - Tim Taschler

The IMF reported last week that global debt hit a record $152 trillion. I’m old enough to remember when a million was a lot, and in the past two decades we have blown right through talking of millions and billions and are now throwing around trillions like it's nothing.

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Sprott & Royal Canadian Mint Precious Metals Forum Presentations

On October 5, 2016, the Sprott and Royal Canadian Mint Precious Metals Forum took place in Ottawa, Canada. There, speakers like John Embry and Eric Sprott took the stage, giving their thoughts on the current status of precious metals in the economy. We are pleased to bring you their presentations.

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October Gold Update

What a way to start October. Gold slipped mightily, easily falling through US$1,300 on Oct. 4th to bottom at US$1,269 per oz. before closing the day at US$1,283, down 2.3%. That took it back to pre-Brexit levels, erasing a move that had been consolidating for three months. The next day it lost another US$14.

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