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Posts tagged 'physical gold'

Cryptocurrencies vs. Bullion - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 1 month ago 7637 Views 3 comments

Crypto-currencies have seen a spectacular run-up in their exchange rates recently. Bullion investors frustrated with stagnant (manipulated) prices for gold and silver may wonder how these virtual currencies could/should be a part of their own financial management strategy. It’s all a question of apples and oranges.

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Pet Rock Revisited - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 14037 Views 1 comment

It was almost precisely two years ago that the WSJ published their infamous "gold is a pet rock" article. Just as that article and a few others marked the conclusion of the bear market, could a new article published ten days ago in the Washington Post be ringing the same bell?

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Gold and Silver Capitulation Report - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 1 month ago 5857 Views No comments

The big news this week was the flash crash in silver late on 6 July. We will publish a separate forensic analysis of this, as there is a lot to say and see.

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Real Physical Gold vs Manipulated Paper Gold - Rory Hall

By Rory Hall 1 month ago 6926 Views No comments

China and Russia seem to be following the golden rule – he who has the gold makes the rules. With both nations acquiring gold, along with several other smaller “emerging” nations, it appears, they are planning to make the monetary rules in the near future. Avoid the rush – keep strong and keep stacking.

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The End of Markets, Part II - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 7035 Views No comments

Real markets produce price discovery. Real markets involve humans trading with humans. We no longer have price discovery in what the bankers call “markets”. We no longer have humans trading with humans in what the bankers call “markets”. What do we have if we don’t have markets? Read on…

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June 23, 2017 - Weekly Wrap-Up with Eric Sprott

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 6318 Views No comments

Eric Sprott discusses the global economy and the fundamentals reasons for owning physical gold and silver.

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Trading NUGT? Play Blackjack Instead - Erik Lytikainen

By Erik Lytikainen 4 months ago 10582 Views No comments

Real gold is real money; however, in today's financial system it is traded as a paper derivative. One day, we believe that gold will reclaim its throne at or near the center of the world monetary system. Until that time, our strategy is to remain long precious metals in a nimble way, looking for any clues that the market may provide for near-term price direction.

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Is Demand For Physical Gold Really Collapsing? - Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall

By Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall 5 months ago 3773 Views 1 comment

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.

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Gold ETF Holdings Continue to Plunge, While Demand for Physical Surges - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 8 months ago 1318 Views No comments

Once again, we return with a tale of two markets, which, if you've been following my writing for any length of time, you will know that I am referring to the physical gold markets and the paper gold markets.

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Most Idiotic Comment Ever? “Sell Gold Because Inflation Will Spike” - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 9 months ago 693 Views 1 comment

Sell gold because you see inflation coming? That has to be the most idiotic investment rationale I’ve ever come across.

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