Posts tagged 'Gold Demand'
To claim that the global demand for physical gold is collapsing is seeded in either ignorance or mal-intent. But either way, the assertion is outright idiotic when the facts are examined, which we do in today’s episode of the Shadow of Truth.Read More
The demand for gold is remaining intense. This year has seen incredible strength in the physical precious metals markets, as gold, though not rocketing higher, has stood stout in the face of crashing commodities markets.Read More
The tale of two markets is a story I’ve gone over time and time again. It is a story about lies and deception, truth and honesty.
The first market I speak of is the paper market in precious metals, which is highly manipulated, full of corruption and sadly, currently controls the price direction of precious metals.Read More
The gold market may soon have an ally from an unlikely source. Technology giant, Apple, known for its innovative and stylish products plans on entering into the gold market in a big way.Read More
Western central banks continue to dishoard their stockpiles of gold reserves. Currently, as it stands on paper, the United States, Germany, France and Italy are the largest holders of gold reserves in the world. Of course, this is only on paper. In reality, it is very likely that a great portion of these countries reserves has been rehypothicated into oblivion.Read More
The massive attack on gold and silver has driven it lower. Much lower, but sophisticated investors can smell the manipulation. Like a lion stalking its prey, they know that this game cannot go on forever. Eventually, the manipulators are going to run out of ammunition and then its all over. Prices will explode higher.Read More
Throughout history, citizens have worked and been rewarded for their labor in gold and silver. This form of savings carried on from generation to generation, as it was real and could not be diluted into infinity, such as the current system we now suffer under. The fiat money system.Read More
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