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13
Mar
2017

Digital Gold On Blockchain – For Now Caveat Emptor

Digital Gold On The Blockchain – For Now Caveat Emptor – Bitcoin surpasses gold price – a psychological and arbitrary headline  – Royal Mint blockchain gold asks you to trust in the UK government – Royal Canadian Mint and GoldMoney blockchain product asks you to trust in government and the technology, servers, websites etc of […]

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02
Feb
2017

Buy Gold Because of Uncertainty not Doomsday

Doomsday Clock moves closer to midnight World not been as close to self-destruction since 1953 Threat of nuclear powers, climate change and technology all considered heightened risks First time the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists have singled out an individual – President Trump Doom-mongering is arguably distracting and uncertainties should be more considered Gold and silver […]

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26
Oct
2016

Gold Is The “Kardashian of Commodities” – Herbert & Keiser Interview Skoyles

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert have interviewed Jan Skoyles to discuss how gold is the “Kardashian of Commodities” and “future-proofing your portfolio with gold”. Topics covered are Double Down asks Jan Skoyles, of Goldcore.com, if there is enough gold in the world to hedge against a President Trump U.S. Election – Trump and Clinton most hated […]

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17
Mar
2016

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day ————– Gold Surges Nearly 3% After Fed

Wishing you health, wealth and good luck this Saint Patrick’s Day from all the team in GoldCore May your home be filled with laughter May your pockets be filled with gold And may you have all the happiness Your heart can hold GoldSaver allows anyone to buy and save gold from just €100, £100 and […]

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04
Jan
2016

Gold Bullion’s 2016 Upleg

Happy New Year. Thank you for all your support in 2015 and wishing you and yours a healthy, prosperous and happy 2016. Adam Hamilton of Zeal Intelligence has looked at gold’s prospects in 2016 and he thinks the worst may be over for the yellow metal. He is a newsletter writer and consultant and is an expert […]

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31
Dec
2015

2015 Year In Review – Scenic Vistas from Mount Stupid

Happy New Year. Thank you for all your support in 2015 and wishing you and yours a healthy, prosperous and happy 2016. David Collum has again conducted a comprehensive, insightful and frequently witty review of the year past. Collum is a professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell University. In addition to his academic interests, he authors an […]

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15
Oct
2015

Billionaire Singer Says Gold Is “Under Owned” and “Only Real Money”

“In a world where the value of paper money is affirmatively aimed at being degraded by central bank policy, it’s kind of surprising to me that gold can’t catch a bid,” the billionaire and member of Bloomberg Markets 50 Most Influential said at the SOHN Investment Conference in Tel Aviv yesterday. Paul Singer, billionaire and […]

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14
Oct
2015

Gold will end next year at $1,400 an ounce – Capital Economics

Gold prices are headed for a critical test according to The Week today. The Federal Reserve’s ‘wait and see’ stance suggests policymakers there are in no rush to increase rates this year. “Sentiment over interest rates has been controlling gold prices all year,” says The Week “as traders prepare for a rise that will lessen the […]

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24
Sep
2015

Bank of England and LBMA Gold Vaults – The “London Float”

A case study of physical gold stored in London Vaults in LBMA 400 troy ounce gold bars has been undertaken by Ronan Manly, Koos Jansen, Bron Suchecki and Nick Laird. Nick Laird has just completed a great article replete with many interesting and important charts which further illuminate the size of the “London Float” which […]

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21
Sep
2015

Russians Buy Gold Bars – 1 Million Ounces In August Alone

Russia’s gold reserves rose to 42.4 million troy ounces as of September 1 compared with 41.4 million troy ounces a month earlier, the Russian central bank announced on Friday. The monthly accumulation of 1 million ounces in just one month was one of the more sizeable monthly purchases by China and equates to 31.1 metric […]

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