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​Bank EFP (Ab)Use Falls Sharply - Craig Hemke (June 16, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 28 days ago 34935 Views 1 comment

At Eric Sprott's urging, we've been monitoring the daily abuse of the Exchange For Physical process since late 2017. However, since late March, the daily totals have fallen off dramatically. Why?

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U.S. National Debt Blows Past $26 Trillion, Increases by $2 Trillion in Just Two Months - Nathan McDonald (June 12, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 10310 Views 1 comment

The good times must continue, the party must go on—and come hell or high water, that is exactly what governments around the world plan on making happen, no matter the long-term cost.

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Fed Tapers Liquidity, Raising the Risk of Further Downside - David Brady (June 11, 2020)

By David Brady 1 month ago 8662 Views No comments

The latest economic information is driven by the following: 1. The surprising increase in non-farm payrolls, which drove stocks and bond yields higher. I believe this is at best temporary given the ongoing destruction of the mainstream economy. The euphoria that followed will likely be short-lived.

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Clearing the COMEX Decks - Craig Hemke (June 09, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 152865 Views 1 comment

While not the only consideration in forecasting price, it's always important to note the current COMEX contract balance. As the FOMC meets again this week, let's look under the hood to see whether or not positions are at extremes versus recent history.

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The New Normal​ - Paul Wong (June 5, 2020)​

By Paul Wong 1 month ago 3156 Views No comments

Gold bullion1 continued to deliver strong performance and was up 14.04% YTD through May 31, 2020, and 32.54% YOY. At the same time, gold mining equities (SGDM)2 have gained 18.26% YTD, and 61.70% YOY as of May 31. This compares to -4.97% YTD and 12.84% YOY returns for the S&P 500 TR Index.6 Silver posted substantial gains in May and is on the move again.

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Civil Unrest, Trade Wars, Crashing GDP, Bankruptcies, COVID-19: Bull Market? - Nathan McDonald (June 5, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 3400 Views No comments

As the threat of COVID-19 reared its ugly head and the economy shut down, things went south—and they went south quickly.

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Consolidation Continues in Gold & Silver Prior to Next Rally - David Brady (June 4, 2020)

By David Brady 1 month ago 8011 Views No comments

Precious metals and miners continue to go sideways-to-down for now. This makes sense after strong rallies in each, and it facilitates a reset of the overbought and bullish conditions to enable the next rally to new highs.

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Maxime Bernier Becomes First Major Western Political Leader to Call for a Gold Standard - Peter Diekmeyer (June 02, 2020)

By Peter Diekmeyer 1 month ago 240460 Views 1 comment

The People’s Party of Canada leader has carved out a niche as one of the country’s most innovative monetary policy thinkers.

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Metals Nearing Critical Momentum For New Parabolic Rally - Chris Vermeulen (May 29, 2020)

By Chris Vermeulen 2 months ago 5279 Views No comments

While the US stock market has rallied over the past 5+ weeks, Gold has stalled near $1730 to $1740. We issued a research post suggesting the GREEN Fibonacci Price Amplitude Arc was acting as major resistance and once that level is breached, we expect a big upside move in Gold.

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Can the West Survive Another Economic Shutdown? - Nathan McDonald (May 29, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 2 months ago 2828 Views No comments

We are now entering into the "new normal", the post COVID-19 age, in which things will be radically different for the near-to-medium term.

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Still Risk of Further Downside in Precious Metals and Miners - David Brady (May 29, 2020)

By David Brady 2 months ago 9028 Views 1 comment

No major changes in premiums in the past week from either a dollar or percentage basis relative to the paper spot price. Inventory levels in coins remain unchanged, and bars of 10 oz. or greater still remain virtually non-existent. Silver premiums remain significantly higher than those for Gold.

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“Real” Interest Rates Weigh on COMEX Gold - Craig Hemke (May 26, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 50223 Views No comments

Global central banks have created trillions in fiat currency as they attempt to manage the economic impact of The Covid Crisis. Despite this, COMEX gold prices have been unable to gain traction above $1750 and move toward new highs. Why?

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Trade Wars Go Main Street, Uncertainty Increases, Precious Metals Rally - Nathan McDonald (May 22, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 2 months ago 6670 Views No comments

In last week's article, I highlighted the fact that the trade wars between the United States and China were back in full force, with President Trump taking action against Huawei Technologies, a company that has been at the center of the trade wars since they began.

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Healthy Reversal in Precious Metals and Miners Under Way - David Brady (May 21, 2020)

By David Brady 2 months ago 46020 Views No comments

We are seeing premiums continue to fall, not due to a decline in physical prices but the rise in paper prices. Inventory levels in coins have improved slightly, but bars of 10 oz. or greater remain virtually non-existent. Silver premiums remain significantly higher than those for Gold.

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A Crisis of Confidence, Part Two - Craig Hemke (May 19, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 144950 Views 1 comment

Back in March and April, a chasm opened between the dollar price of spot gold (XAU) and the front month COMEX futures contract. So-called experts reassured us that this was simply due to "logistics" and "gold being in the wrong place". Was this true, or might it have been just another set of apologies from the usual shills?

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