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Posts tagged 'Precious Metals'

Sprott Precious Metals Watch, May 2017 - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global Yesterday 2344 Views

In our mid-April report, we highlighted ten market variables we view as bullish for the gold price. During the intervening month, these factors have remained generally supportive, yet spot gold has traced out a 6.28% correction (from an intraday high of $1,295.61 on 4/17 to an intraday low of $1,214.26 on 5/9).

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Warning: Get Your Money Out Of Bond Funds - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 8 days ago 3840 Views No comments

I don’t know when the next financial crisis is going hit the markets but, when it does, the damage that will be inflicted on the stock and bond markets will dwarf what occurred in 2008. That’s just one risk faced by bond funds.

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A Bumper Under That Silver Elevator - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 9 days ago 4532 Views No comments

If you can believe the screaming headline, one of the gurus behind one of the gold newsletters is going all-in to gold, buying a million dollars of mining shares. If (1) gold is set to explode to the upside, and (2) mining shares are geared to the gold price, then he stands to get seriously rich(er).

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Precious Metals Fundamentals: The Numbers Don’t Lie, Part I - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 9 days ago 4968 Views No comments

Gold and silver prices are again being manipulated lower and could easily go still lower over the short term. These prices must rise. Readers have heard this before. Why continue to listen to this message? Because the (real) fundamentals in these markets are so extreme and so unsustainable that the bankers cannot continue to hold these markets down.

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Really Bad Ideas, Part 1: Modern Monetary Theory - John Rubino

By John Rubino 12 days ago 5866 Views 1 comment

How will MMT fail? Not because of complexity. Financing a government this way would be technically very simple. The flaw is human nature. If the same officials who contest upcoming elections get to decide what government “needs,” its needs — and the required increase in the money supply — will be endless.

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Is Canada The Next Hot Money Victim? - John Rubino

By John Rubino 14 days ago 3232 Views No comments

But instead of Americans learning from Canada, Canadians appear to have concluded that we had it right after all. In the decade since the global financial system’s last near-death experience, Canadians have started to behave like turbo-charged Americans.

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Signs and Portents - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 16 days ago 3682 Views No comments

There is going to be a massive economic cataclysm across (at least) the Western world, and it will include horrific crashes in a number of bubble markets. Not only has this been explained often to regular readers, but astute individuals will have easily drawn this conclusion on their own.

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Silver Takes the Elevator Down - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 23 days ago 5324 Views No comments

Silver has been falling for going on one year, but clearly since March 1. After one last hurrah at the end of March, it has been taking the elevator down.

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Jayant Bhandari: Emerging Markets, Buyer Beware - Maurice Jackson

By Maurice Jackson 26 days ago 4545 Views No comments

Jayant Bhandari, the host of the highly acclaimed Capitalism and Morality and world renowned adviser to institutional investors, sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss a neglected topic in the financial world, which is Emerging Markets.

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April 28, 2017 - Weekly Wrap-Up with Eric Sprott

By Craig Hemke 26 days ago 17035 Views No comments

This week, Eric Sprott discusses the stalling U.S. economy, the surging demand for physical gold and the recent decline in the mining shares.

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