03
Aug
2016

Gold Bullion – The Ultimate Monetary Solution

Gold Bullion – The Ultimate Monetary Solution Editors Note: We are happy to publish another interesting and thought provoking piece by one of our contributors David Bryan: Astounding levels of debt in the western world in particular is the greatest financial, economic and monetary challenge facing the world today. To get debt under control is imperative. […]

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02
Aug
2016

Silver Kangaroo Coins – Sales Surge To Over 10 Million

Silver kangaroo coins have seen sales surge to over 10 million coins which is double the expected demand for the year. Silver Kangaroo Coins 1 oz (2016) Introduced to the market less than 11 months ago in September 2015 at a launch attended by GoldCore, sales of the new release Perth Mint’s 2016 Australian Kangaroo 1 ounce […]

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29
Jul
2016

Trump, Clinton, “Ugliest” Election Coming – Gold’s “Summer Doldrums” Prior To Resumption of Bull Market

The Trump and Clinton election is set to be one of the “ugliest” and “messiest” U.S. elections ever, astute gold analyst Frank Holmes warned this week. He believes this is a reason to own gold and will be one of the factors that will see a resumption of gold’s bull market after the summer doldrums which […]

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28
Jul
2016

Gold Bullion Up 1.6%, Silver Surges 3.7% After Poor U.S. Data and Dovish Fed

Gold bullion was up 1.6% and silver surged 3.7% yesterday, their second consecutive day of gains, after U.S. durable-goods orders dropped sharply, adding to speculation that Federal Reserve policy makers will maintain ultra loose monetary policies. Gold and silver consolidated on those gains in Asia and in early European trading. 2016 YTD Relative Performance Both […]

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27
Jul
2016

Marc Faber: Invest 25% Of Investment Portfolios In Gold Bullion

Marc Faber has told advisers to invest 25% of investment portfolios in gold bullion. The author of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, urged investment professionals at the CFA Institute Conference in Chicago that 25 percent of a portfolio should be allocated to gold given the very significant risks facing investors today. The Chicago Tribune reports that […]

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26
Jul
2016

“Could Not Invent A More Bullish Story For Gold Bullion”

Newstalk’s Nick Bullman interviewed GoldCore’s Mark O’Byrne on “Down To Business” at 0643 this morning.The interview on Breakfast (06:30 – 09:00) begins in the 14th minute (Part I) and can be listened to here Topics covered were: – Gold’s performance so far in 2016 – +25% in USD, +25% in EUR and +40% in GBP – Gold […]

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25
Jul
2016

Gold In Bull Market – “Every Reason For It To Continue” – Frisby In Money Week

Gold is in a bull market for a number of reasons including political risk and there is “every reason for it to continue” according to Dominic Frisby writing in the UK’s best selling financial publication Money Week. Stockcharts.com via Money Week as seen in article He points out that “one of the reasons to own gold […]

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22
Jul
2016

Is Gold Set To Hit $1,500 Per Ounce?

Rising macroeconomic risks, low real interest rates, and a decline in the dollar versus emerging market currencies are major price catalysts for gold. Since hitting its high of over $1,900 an ounce in 2011 after a 12 year bull run, gold fell steadily until 2015 when it reached a low near $1,000. However, this year […]

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21
Jul
2016

Why Italy’s bank crisis could be a ‘ticking time bomb’

Just as the dust begins to settle on Brexit, Italy’s banking system looms as the next threat to global financial markets. Previous attempts to resolve Italy’s banking sector woes have proven to be less than effective. Non Performing Loans on the balance sheets of Italian banks represent over 8% of the total loan portfolios. However some […]

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20
Jul
2016

IMF Scraps Forecast for Global-Growth Pickup on Brexit Fallout

Following on from the Brexit vote last month the IMF have decided to re-evaluate their forecast for global growth. Bloomberg  reports that they have revised their original 3.2% forecast down to 3.1% for 2016 and from 3.5% to 3.4% for 2017. While these feel like very modest revisions ,the IMF would not be known for radical […]

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