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Posts tagged 'Silver'

Russia and China Lay Economic Foundation Based on Golden Rule - Rory Hall (27/12/2017)

By Rory Hall 26 days ago 698 Views No comments

One law that has stood the test of time is the golden rule – he who has the gold makes the rules. We also like the fact that JPMorgan, the man not the bank, stated in a congressional hearing that “gold is money and everything else is credit”. These two rules/laws working in conjunction with one another make for a formidable alliance

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Precious metals are up, cryptocurrencies are down. Why Eric Sprott thinks 2018 could be an interesting year (Weekly Wrap-Up, December 22, 2017)

1 month ago 18873 Views No comments

After an interesting week with lots of major changes going on, Eric Sprott feels optimistic. “Last week’s report was stunningly positive for the future of Silver and Gold,” he says, making it easy to imagine “a period time when the prices keep rising.”

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Gold Will Move Much Higher in 2018 (20/12/2017)

By Rory Hall 1 month ago 9431 Views No comments

Gold is for wealth preservation and silver is for everyday currency and everyday transactions. We will see money, which is gold, returned to the monetary system in our lifetime.

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Cheering for Bitcoin, Gold and Silver Report 17 Dec 2017 - Keith Weiner (18/12/2017)

By Keith Weiner 1 month ago 391 Views No comments

Bitcoin shows there is a mainstream audience of millions looking for an alternative to the Fed’s failing fiat currency, something no Fed apologist can ignore.

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Gold EFPs: Absolute Proof that the Paper Gold Price is a Fraud - Stewart Dougherty (18/12/2017)

By Stewart Dougherty 1 month ago 7133 Views No comments

In recent months, the issuance of gold Exchange for Physical (EFP) contracts has surged. EFPs convert a physically deliverable Comex gold contract into an LBMA or LME contract supposedly deliverable at a later date ex London and/or Hong Kong. As an incentive for Comex contract holders to accept EFPs, a cash bonus reportedly is paid. EFPs in silver are also being issued in vast quantities, but we will focus on gold for brevity.

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Long Term Patterns in Stocks, Gold and Crude - Gary Christenson (15/12/2017)

By Gary Christenson 1 month ago 3587 Views No comments

Possible tops have occurred before, but instead of crashing, the market sometimes zoomed higher. Do your own due diligence.

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Eric Sprott Talks Lows in Gold, Comex Shenanigans, and Answers Your Questions (Weekly Wrap-Up, December 15, 2017)

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 8547 Views No comments

Lows in gold, Comex curiosities - it's been an interesting week for precious metals. Whether or not there will be a rally in 2018 remains to be seen, but if history is anything to go by, there just may be a lift in the market as we turn the calendar to the new year.

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Are You Ready For The Next Rally? - Craig Hemke (14/12/2017)

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 18960 Views 2 comments

Each of the last three years have begun with gold rallies of over 10%. The stage is set for another such move in 2018. Are you prepared?

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Bitcoin Hyper-Deflation - Keith Weiner (14/12/2017)

By Keith Weiner 1 month ago 4769 Views No comments

Prices are in hyper-deflation, measured in bitcoin. Some bitcoiners argue jokingly bitcoin is the numeraire, but is gold the best measuring stick?

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Precious Metals Experience a Sharp Decline in Demand as Bitcoin Continues to Steal The Show - Nathan McDonald (8/12/2017)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 8368 Views No comments

What is happening is simple. Bitcoin is stealing the show.

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