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Posts tagged 'silver bullion'

Gold Bullion Stages Major Breakout - Paul Wong (09/03/2020)

By Paul Wong 24 days ago 27070 Views No comments

This week, the U.S. Federal Reserve (the "Fed") made a surprise interest rate cut of 50 basis points on Tuesday, March 3.

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Stocks and Bonds Signal Rally Is Near in Metals and Miners - David Brady (19/12/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 4 months ago 9094 Views No comments

Both Gold and Silver have been drifting lower in a bullish flag pattern, but we’re still waiting for a definitive break one way or the other.

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Repo Markets a Mess, Impeachment Crisis Pending, Everything is Fine - Nathan McDonald (18/12/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 4 months ago 3346 Views No comments

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell states that the markets are doing great, things are moving along nicely, and the economy is growing at a healthy pace. This is great news, and clearly the stock market reflects this very much "real" reality.

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Silver and the Miners Wait Patiently for Gold - David Brady (13/12/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 4 months ago 9626 Views No comments

The Fed surpasses expectations for more QE to address potential liquidity issues in the repo market around year-end.

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Ask the Expert - Brent Cook - November 2019

By Craig Hemke 4 months ago 12851 Views No comments

Economic geologist Brent Cook answers listener questions regarding the mining sector and discusses some specific companies that he expects to perform well in the months ahead.

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The Continuing COMEX Fraud - Craig Hemke (05/11/2019)

By Niharika Rai 5 months ago 9449 Views 4 comments

Last week, we wrote about the pending price correction in COMEX gold and silver due to the extreme level of futures contracts issued by the market-making Banks. With price getting smashed thus far this week, it's time to explain again the dynamics of this tried-and-tested price manipulation technique.

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Brexit Turmoil, Rate Cuts, Gold & Silver Strengthen - Nathan McDonald (25/10/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 5 months ago 959 Views No comments

Last week saw a softening in the price of both gold and silver bullion, as geopolitical risk was significantly curtailed due to the perceived success of the Brexit movement and reassuring housing data out of the United States.

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Ask the Expert - David Rosenberg - August 2019

By Craig Hemke 7 months ago 24858 Views 1 comment

In this episode, David answers questions regarding negative interest rates, central bank policy and the outlook for the dollar and gold.

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Too Much Good News Not To Share

By Rob DeJaray, Sprott Money Sales 10 months ago 3540 Views No comments

It’s been an exciting day for the markets after the FED announcement yesterday.

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Ask the Expert - Chris Martenson - June 2019

By Craig Hemke 10 months ago 3721 Views No comments

Chris Martenson is co-founder of PeakProsperity.com. In this podcast he addresses issues such as physical gold storage, the slowing global economy and steps to be taken ahead of the next financial crisis.

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Will the Next FED Board Member be a Gold Bug? Could Balance Finally be Restored? - Nathan McDonald (17/05/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 11 months ago 7000 Views No comments

In 1910, Senate Republican leader Nelson Aldrich and executives representing the banks of J.P. Morgan, Rockefeller, and Kuhn, Loeb & Co. secluded themselves for ten days on Jekyll Island, Georgia.

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Shades of 2013 - Craig Hemke (17/04/2019)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 16299 Views 1 comment

Six years ago this week, COMEX gold and silver prices were deliberately smashed in order to take out critical support levels that had held since 2011.

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Precious Metals Risk the Return of Complacency - David Brady (12/04/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 1 years ago 20779 Views No comments

It remains “risk on” and stocks continue to move higher reducing the need for rate cuts or QE any time soon.

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Quarter End: Reasons To Own Gold Look Great - Weekly Wrap-Up (March 29, 2019)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 30707 Views 2 comments

Eric Sprott discusses the end-of-quarter selloffs seen in the precious metals but looks ahead to a rebound in the weeks to come.

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Ask the Expert - Richard Hayes - March 2019

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 24467 Views No comments

Richard Hayes is CEO of The Perth Mint. In this episode, he answers questions about Perth Mint products as well as global gold supply and demand trends.

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