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Posts tagged 'Gold Prices'

The Forking Paradise - Keith Weiner (5/9/2017)

By Keith Weiner 5 months ago 12230 Views No comments

The fact that bitcoin cash is worth $9.4 billion creates a powerful perverse incentive for a cartel to fork bitcoin on purpose.

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Hidden Forces of Economics - Keith Weiner (28/8/2017)

By Keith Weiner 5 months ago 4468 Views No comments

If Keynes was alive today, he’d likely say not one man in a million would realize that bitcoin is the conversion of one person’s wealth into another’s income.

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The Gold Direction Indicator Keeps Rising - Peter Degraaf (22/8/2017)

By Peter Degraaf 5 months ago 7236 Views No comments

The stage is set for a possible upside breakout in the price of gold and mining stocks, and the seasonal trends are in support. As always, use protective sell stops beneath your long positions, to protect profits.

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Ron Rosen: The Dollar And Equities Will Plunge Together, While Gold Spikes - John Rubino (1/8/2017)

By John Rubino 6 months ago 7725 Views No comments

The dollar has been falling lately, which isn’t what a lot of people expected with the Fed being the only major central bank that’s raising interest rates.

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Stockholm Syndrome Gold Report - Keith Weiner (17/7/2017)

By Keith Weiner 6 months ago 6156 Views No comments

There is a loose analogy between being held hostage and being an investor in a regime of irredeemable paper currency and zero interest rates. In both cases, the victim has little hope of escape and must seek to somehow survive under malevolent conditions.

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What Is the Gold Fundamental? - Keith Weiner (27/6/2017)

By Keith Weiner 7 months ago 7107 Views No comments

We consider Steve Saville a friend, and certainly appreciate his view that when gold moves from an ETF to China or India, it has no effect on the price. However, we disagree with his fundamental model. Let’s do a quick rundown of these factors and move on to a broader point.

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The Anatomy of Brown’s Gold Bottom - Keith Weiner (12/6/2017)

By Keith Weiner 7 months ago 4406 Views No comments

As most in the gold community know, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown announced on 7 May, 1999 that HM Treasury planned to sell gold. The dollar began to rise, from about 110mg gold to 120mg on 6 July, the day of the first sale. This translates into dollarish as: gold went down, from $282 to $258. It makes sense, as the UK was selling a lot of gold... or does it?

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Stocks, Bonds, Euro, and Gold Go Up - Keith Weiner (5/6/2017)

By Keith Weiner 8 months ago 5684 Views No comments

The jobs report was disappointing. The prices of gold, and even more so silver, took off. In three hours, they gained $18 and 39 cents. Before we try to read into the connection, it is worth pausing to consider how another market responded.

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Gold Data Science - Keith Weiner (29/5/2017)

By Keith Weiner 8 months ago 7765 Views No comments

Therefore, wealth should be measured in gold ounces or grams. We recommend you periodically take the dollar value of your assets, and divide it by the current price of gold. If the dollar value goes up, but the gold value is down, which are you going to believe?

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Gold-Silver Divergence - Keith Weiner (18/4/2017)

By Keith Weiner 9 months ago 5758 Views No comments

The point of this Report is to look into the market to understand the fundamentals of supply and demand. This can’t necessarily tell you what the price will do tomorrow. However, it tells you where the price should be, if physical metal were to clear based on supply and demand.

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