Category: Precious Metals

09
May
2015

Ted Butler: The Biggest Silver Haul In History

As I’ve mentioned previously, JPMorgan is still stopping (taking) silver deliveries in its own house account. In the May COMEX futures contract, they’ve taken over three million ounces so far. It still looks like JPM will take another million ounces or so before the delivery period is over. This is in addition to the 7.5 […]

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12
Dec
2014

New York Times on Benefits of Gold in Currency Wars

The New York Times published an important article this week in which the benefits of gold to nation states during a period of currency wars was highlighted. The article was noteworthy as the New York Times has rarely covered gold in a positive manner.

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11
Dec
2014

Faber Favours Commodity Stocks In India, Asia … and Gold

Respected economic historian and author of the “Gloom, Boom and Doom Report,” Dr Marc Faber has warned about the continuing and coming decline of western economic power.

He believes that the generation of young people starting to work today will be the first in two hundred years to have a lower standard of living than their parents had. He believes dividend paying Asian stocks will grow wealth in the coming years and remains an advocate of owning physical gold.

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10
Dec
2014

Gold Surges As Greece Crashes – Eurozone Debt Crisis Part II Cometh

Gold jumped 2.3 percent to a six-week high yesterday as sharp falls on stock markets globally led to renewed demand for gold as a haven.


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08
Dec
2014

Gold Prices Kept Low But Only For Americans

The SGT Report interviewed GoldCore’s Head of Research Mark O’Byrne over the weekend. The video was released yesterday evening and has already had over 5,300 views.


Click on image or here to watch

Topics covered in the interview included:

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05
Dec
2014

ECB Draghi’s QE Battle With Germany; Rules Out ECB Gold Buying

The European Central Bank will decide early next year whether to follow the Federal Reserve, Bank of England and the Bank of Japan with quantitative easing or money creation to buy government bonds and other assets but will not buy gold, its president Mario Draghi said yesterday.

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04
Dec
2014

Gold +14.3%, 12.3%, 5.8% and 0.4% in JPY, EUR, GBP and USD 2014 YTD

Despite the worst sentiment towards gold we have seen since the brief 30% price fall in 2008, gold continues to eke out gains in all major currencies. So far in 2014, gold is 14.3%, 12.3%, 5.8% and 0.4% higher in japanese yen, euros, sterling and dollars respectively (see chart).

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03
Dec
2014

London Property Bubble Primed To Burst – Consequences For UK Economy and Sterling

The ongoing slump in oil prices looks set to take their toll on London’s “super prime” property markets with attendant consequences for the rest of the London property market. Foreign money that had been flooding into the UK from a whole array of international sources and parking in London real estate is drying up.

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01
Dec
2014

Swiss Gold No – Repatriation, Demand from Russia, India and China More Important

By Ronan Manly

Introduction
Switzerland’s ‘Save our Swiss Gold’ referendum was convincingly rejected yesterday by the Swiss electorate following an aggressive anti-gold campaign in recent weeks that had been closely watched both in Switzerland and abroad. 

Unusually, it involved the Swiss National Bank (SNB) very actively, and ultimately successfully, trying to convince the electorate along with the main political parties to return a ‘no’ vote.

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28
Nov
2014

Netherlands, Germany Have Euro Disaster Plan – Possible Return to Guilder and Mark

The Dutch and German governments were preparing emergency plans for a return to their national currencies at the height of the euro crisis it has emerged. These plans remain in place.


German Gold Deutsche Mark – (Special Edition)

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