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Posts tagged 'Silver'

The Secret of Wealth Preservation - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 10 days ago 1227 Views 4 comments

What is the secret of wealth preservation? In the simplest of terms: don’t gamble, and don’t let others steal your wealth. In the real world, however, this simple formula is somewhat more complicated.

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Silver’s Got Fundamentals - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 11 days ago 375 Views No comments

The prices of both metals moved up again this week. Something very noticeable is occurring in the supply and demand fundamentals.

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Silver Prices and the Russian Connection - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 17 days ago 1774 Views 1 comment

Currencies are created by increasing debt and are backed by nothing but hope, faith and confidence. Exponentially increasing debt is not sustainable. How long before the dollar, pound, yen and euro begin to resemble the Venezuelan and Argentinian currencies?

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Interest Rate Turn? - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 1 month ago 291 Views No comments

Can interest rates go lower? Ask the machines, central banks, and algos that control them. But given the rapid rise since August 2016 it seems increasingly likely that rates will continue to rise from what looks like a generational bottom. They might rise for several decades.

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Fed Rate Hike Causes Gold Price Drop - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 1 month ago 354 Views No comments

The price action was not what most of those in the gold community hoped for (or predicted). The price of gold dropped another $24 and that of silver nearly a whole dollar.

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Silver Price Manipulation Continues In 2016 - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 457 Views No comments

Well, it appears that things have stabilized following this year's post-FOMC massive gold and silver price raid. The only thing that remains to be seen is whether price can rebound somewhat into year end and hold onto a positive 2016.

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Precious Metals Market Commentary for December 2016 - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 1 month ago 702 Views No comments

It’s been just shy of a month since our last “post-election” market update and given the recent developments across markets, it seems a pertinent time for an update regarding our thoughts on the precious metals market.

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Silver Manipulation In Detail - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 828 Views No comments

Nick Laird and his service, GoldCharts 'R' Us, has long been an ally in the battle against Bank precious metals manipulation. In light if the recent revelations from Deutschebank, Nick has compiled some of the data into charts that you simply MUST take the time to review.

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Friction and Gravity - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 1 month ago 467 Views No comments

The price action was mixed this week. Those hoping for dollar declines in gold terms were disappointed. However, silver gave them a sop as the price of the buck declined by one one-hundredth of a gram of silver. In Monetarist terms, gold went down $18 and silver up 11 cents.

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CONFIRMED: Big Banks Rigging The Silver Market - Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall 1 month ago 721 Views No comments

Anyone who denies that gold and silver are manipulated either has not spent time examining the evidence or is financially incentivized to refute all allegations. In other words, they are either ignorant or willfully corrupt. This includes the entire universe of politically corrupt western Central Bankers and professionally criminal Wall Street bankers.

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