20
Sep
2016

Gold Bugs Rejoice – Central Banks Think You’re On To Something

Gold Bugs Rejoice – Central Banks Think You’re On To Something by John Stepek, Editor of Money Week Central banks have got the economy and markets covered. They know what they’re doing. Their theories are backed up by decades of academic research and expert advice. Queen Elizabeth inspecting gold bars in Bank of England. Source: […]

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19
Sep
2016

‘Hard’ Brexit Looms For Ireland

The risks that a ‘hard’ Brexit will have for Ireland has been outlined by economist Dan O’Brien. Having once worked for the European Commission as the EU mission’s economic and political affairs officer for Malta and having worked on a free trade deal, his opinions are worth noting. O’Brien outlines the risks on the horizon in the […]

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16
Sep
2016

EU Bail In Rules Ignored By Italy – Mother Of All Systemic Threats and World War?

EU Bail In Rules Ignored By Italy  – Mother Of All Systemic Threats and World War? by George Friedman for Mauldin Economics via Forbes Italy has been in a crisis for at least eight months, though mainstream media did not recognize it until July. This crisis has nothing to do with Brexit, although opponents of […]

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15
Sep
2016

Buy Gold – Bonds Are ‘Biggest Bubble In World’ – Billionaire Singer Warns

Buy gold as bonds are in the “biggest bubble in the world” and it is a “a very dangerous time in the global economy” according to billionaire investor, Paul Singer. Speaking at the CNBC Delivering Alpha Conference, the respected hedge fund manager, Singer said he favours a diversification into gold right now. He thinks that […]

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14
Sep
2016

Silver Bullion Market – “Most Bullish Story Ever Told?”

Silver Bullion Market – “Still The Most Bullish Story Ever Told?” Interview with Ted Butler from SilverSeek.com Cook: What’s happening in the silver market is hard to understand right now. Can you simplify it for us? Butler: First you must understand the price of silver is set on the COMEX by two large opposing forces. […]

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13
Sep
2016

“Sorry, You Can’t Have Your Gold Bullion”

“Sorry, You Can’t Have Your Gold” by Jeff Thomas via InternationalMan.com In this publication, we warn regularly of the risk involved in storing wealth in banks. They’ve made the removal of your deposits increasingly difficult in addition to colluding with governments to allow them to legally freeze or confiscate your money. To add insult to […]

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12
Sep
2016

Global Stocks and Bonds Fall Sharply – Gold Consolidates After Two Weeks Of Gains

Global stocks and bonds fell the most since the Brexit panic today as recently dormant volatility came back with a vengeance.  There are deepening concerns that global central banks’ ultra loose monetary policies have been ineffectual and may indeed be creating asset bubbles in stock, bond and indeed property markets internationally. Source: Bloomberg European stocks […]

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09
Sep
2016

Gold, Silver, Blockchain and Fintech – Solutions To Negative Rates, Bail-ins, Cash Confiscations and Cashless Society

by Jan Skoyles I was so pleased yesterday by the announcement that I have joined the Research team at GoldCore as it meant that I could finally start talking about it and was back in a role that lets me indulge in my passion by researching and geeking out on all things gold, silver and money. Source: […]

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08
Sep
2016

Jan Skoyles Appointed Research Executive At GoldCore

(Media Release – September 8, 2016 – Immediate Release) – Jan Skoyles – @Skoylesy has been appointed Research Executive  at international gold specialist @GoldCore . As a recognized thought leader in the gold and fintech space, Jan will augment GoldCore’s research capabilities and will focus on the UK economy and gold’s role as an important diversification, payment and […]

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07
Sep
2016

Silver Bullion Surges 3.5% To Over $20/oz

Silver surged 3.5% yesterday rising 65 cents and closing at $20.04/oz and gold rose by 2% or by $23 to close at $1,348.80/oz after poor economic data in the U.S. underlined deepening concerns about the economic and indeed the monetary outlook. Silver in USD – 10 Years Gold ended near its late session high of $1351.83 […]

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