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Posts tagged 'Silver'

When the Tidal Wave Hits, Part IV - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson Yesterday 2012 Views No comments

It's too late to prevent the (primarily economic) tidal wave which is approaching us. Who created the tidal wave? What can we do to maximize our odds of surviving the tidal wave? Read on...

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Digital Silver and Digital Gold Climbing - Rory Hall

By Rory Hall 2 days ago 1952 Views No comments

When the digital precious metals “market” opened on Sunday night both gold and silver went vertical. Both ground higher throughout the night and are continuing their ascent this morning. Silver is rapidly approaching the $18.00 mark in the digital “market”. Will it hold?

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Sprott Precious Metals Watch, March 2017 - Trey Reik

By Trey Reik 2 days ago 1816 Views

Precious metals resumed their upward climb during the first two months of 2017. During January and February, spot gold rose 8.34% (from $1,152.27 to $1,248.33) and spot silver increased 15.08% (from $15.92 to $18.32).

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Artificial Paper Markets And Real Gold - Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall

By Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall 3 days ago 3579 Views No comments

In today’s episode of the Shadow of Truth, we discuss the difference between fake markets and real gold and silver.

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Putting Pennies in the Fusebox - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 3 days ago 2266 Views No comments

Back in the old days, homes had fuse boxes. Today, of course, any new house is built with a circuit breaker panel and many older homes have been upgraded at one time or another. However, the fuse is a much more interesting analogy for the monetary system.

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Russian Roulette, Central Banks, and Gold - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 6 days ago 2741 Views No comments

Grab your ultra-reliable 357 magnum revolver and load the cylinder with six, not one, rounds of ammunition. Point the gun at your head if you are a member of the struggling middle-class. Imagine pulling the trigger and hoping.

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The Demise of the Gold and Silver Bull Run is Greatly Exaggerated - Peter Degraaf

By Peter Degraaf 9 days ago 2344 Views No comments

A few analysts are once again beating the drums for much lower gold and silver prices - supposedly just around the corner. They mistake the testing of a recent breakout for a turnaround in the main trend. In the process, they are sowing confusion.

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Technical vs. Fundamental - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 10 days ago 2114 Views 2 comments

Technical analysis, in all of its forms, uses the past price movements to predict the future price movements. In some cases (e.g. momentum analysis) it calculates an intermediate signal from the price signal (momentum is the first derivative of price). But no matter the style, one analyzes price history to guess the next price move.

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When the Tidal Wave Hits, Part III - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 10 days ago 3506 Views 2 comments

Principles are not like clothing, to be changed or removed whenever it suits us to do so. Principles are immutable just like rights are supposed to be immutable. Legal principles are the basis for all of our rights. Abandon those principles and the rights disappear. Our governments have abandoned all of our most important legal principles, and our rights have disappeared.

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Gold & Silver Soar After The Fed’s Clown Show - Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler

By Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler 10 days ago 2469 Views No comments

The Federal Reserve’s FOMC predictably nudged the Fed Funds rate up 25 basis points (one quarter of one percent) to set its “target” Fed Funds rate level at .75%-1%. Nine of the faux-economists voted in favor of and one, Minneapolis Fed’s Neil Kashkari, voted against the meaningless rate hike.

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