02
Sep
2015

Gold Coin Sales Surge 306% YoY In August, Silver Sales More Than Double

DAILY PRICES Today’s Gold Prices: USD 1140.00, EUR 1010.73 and GBP 746.46 per ounce. Yesterday’s Gold Prices: USD 1141.90, EUR 1012.23 and GBP 744.10 per ounce. (LBMA AM) Gold was marginally higher yesterday and closed at $1139.80 per ounce, up $4.30. Silver was 0.1% lower and closed at $14.60 per ounce. Silver in USD – 5 […]

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01
Sep
2015

Gold Up 3.5% In August, Stocks Fall 6% to 12%

DAILY PRICES Today’s Gold Prices:  USD 1141.90, EUR 1012.23 and GBP 744.10 per ounce. Yesterday’s Gold Prices: Bank Holiday in UK Friday’s Gold Prices:  USD 1,125.50, EUR 998.23 and GBP 730.99 per ounce. (LBMA AM) Gold was marginally higher yesterday and closed at $1135.50 per ounce, up $1.10. Silver was 0.3% higher and closed at […]

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31
Aug
2015

Gold Set for Best Month Since January as Stock Market Rout Lifts Safe Haven

DAILY PRICES Today’s Gold Prices: Bank Holiday in UK today Friday’s Gold Prices:  USD 1,125.50, EUR 998.23 and GBP 730.99 per ounce. (LBMA AM) Last week gold and silver prices fell and gave up some of the gains from the previous week. Gold was 2% lower on Friday and indeed 2% lower for the week […]

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28
Aug
2015

Einstein, Physics, Gold and The Formula To End Economic Decay

We continue to have a wonderful dialogue with and frequent editorial submissions from readers and clients. Today, we have a thought provoking and important article that should greatly contribute to the debate on the merits of continuing to use artificial money.  David Bryan draws on the genius of Einstein and uses science as the basis […]

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27
Aug
2015

Why Gold Was the Best Buy in 2008-9 Crash and Will Be Again This Time Too

DAILY PRICES Today’s Gold Prices: USD 1128.50, GBP 728.91 and EUR 999.38 per ounce Yesterday’s Gold Prices:  USD 1134.40, GBP 724.63 and EUR 990.05 per ounce. (LBMA AM) Gold in US Dollars – 5 Years Yesterday, gold fell $15.40 to $1124.10 in New York – down 1.3%.  Silver fell another 3% or 46 cents to $14.18 per ounce. Why […]

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26
Aug
2015

Gold “Insurance Policy” and Deserves a Place in Portfolios – Carmignac

Gold has a place in high-net worth individuals portfolios as an insurance policy against systemic risk in the banking system, says Carmignac commodity investor Michael Hulme.   EW: Hello, and welcome to Morningstar series, “Why Should I Invest With You?” I’m Emma Wall and I’m joined today by Carmignac’s Michael Hulme. Hi, Michael. MH: Hi […]

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25
Aug
2015

Gold Glimmers as Global Market Fear Grips Investors

DAILY PRICES Today’s Gold Prices: USD 1,154.25, EUR 999.35 and GBP 730.56 per ounce. Yesterday’s Gold Prices: USD 1,153.50, EUR 1,005.93 and GBP 734.34 per ounce. (LBMA AM) Gold in USD – 1 Year Yesterday, gold rose initially prior to selling in the futures market saw gold fall $6.30 to $1153.10 in New York and […]

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24
Aug
2015

“Gold and silver will be your only lifeboats” warns Jim Sinclair

“As for gold and silver, these markets are both REALLY tight if you want the physical metal. If you are trading paper metal …oh well, can’t help you.” “This is the Great Credit Unwind and as such, currencies of all sorts, including the dollar, will take turns crashing. Watch the various sovereign treasury prices and […]

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21
Aug
2015

“Like A Blind Man In A Dark Room Looking For A Black Hat Which Isn’t There”

Originally published May, 2004 For many months now I have been spending many long, enjoyable and fruitful hours reading hundreds of excellent essays in the modern day equivalents of the public library. These websites, their owners and contributors are similar to Martin Luther nailing his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg […]

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20
Aug
2015

Gold: Best defence in a genuine currency war, says Frisby

Every investment needs a good story if it’s going to fly. “The internet is going to change the world”, drove the dotcom bubble. “They’re not building any more land,” drove buy-to-let. “The Chinese want the things we take for granted – and there are just so many of them,” drove commodities. One of the reasons […]

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