01
Jun
2016

Silver Price To Surge To Over $100/oz on Global Technological “Gadget” Demand

The silver price is set to surge 800% or “ninefold” in the coming years due to global industrial and technological demand, the “gadget boom” and tight supplies according to a leading mining executive, of First Majestic Silver Corporation. Silver “supply concerns” could “boost the metal’s price ninefold”, according to the CEO of the best-performing producer of the […]

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31
May
2016

Smart Money Diversifying Into Gold As BREXIT Fuels Market Uncertainty

BREXIT gold diversification is taking place due to concerns about the BREXIT vote on June 23rd as “smart money” institutions, banks and investors diversify into non negative yielding gold. One of the oldest private banks in the world, Berenberg, established in 1590 and with assets under management of €40 billion said in an interview that […]

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30
May
2016

Gold Price Forecasts Revised Higher To $1,400/oz – Citi Says “Buy the Dip”

Gold price forecasts have been revised higher in recent weeks and Citi became the latest bank to revise higher their projections for gold, despite the recent weakness in the price. Gold in USD – 10 years Citi Research, the research division of one of the world’s biggest banks, raised its gold price forecast to an average $1,280 in the […]

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27
May
2016

Global Financial Crisis Coming – Japan Warns of “Lehman-Scale” Crisis At G7

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned his Group of Seven counterparts today that the world may on the brink of a global financial crisis on the scale of Lehman Brothers. The Japanese Prime Minister presented data yesterday at the G7 summit he is hosting, showing that commodities prices have fallen 55 percent since 2014, the same margin […]

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26
May
2016

Gold Prices Should Rise Above $1,900/oz -“Get In Now!”

Gold prices are likely to rise above $1,900/oz in the next phase of the bull market and investors should “get in now,” Chief Market Analyst of the Lindsey Group, Peter Boockvar told CNBC’s “Futures Now” yesterday. “This is just the beginning of a new bull market in the metals,” Boockvar believes. Ultimately, Boockvar believes that the […]

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25
May
2016

Gold and Silver “Bottom Is In” – David Morgan tells Max Keiser

“Gold and silver bottom is in”, renowned silver analyst David Morgan tells Max Keiser on the Keiser Report and warns about paper and digital proxies for money and gold. Morgan, also known as the ‘Silver Guru’ of the TheMorganReport.com, talks to Max about the gold, silver and global bond markets and the ponzi scheme that are […]

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24
May
2016

World’s Largest Asset Manager Blackrock: “Perfect Time and Place” For Gold

The world’s largest asset manager, Blackrock Inc., has written a note about gold in which it suggests that this is the “perfect time and place” for gold due to “low and even negative yields, slow growth and potential signs of rising inflation.” BlackRock has over $4.6 trillion in assets under management and provides guidance to […]

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23
May
2016

Buy Gold As “Extremely Low-Risk Asset” – Rogoff Advises Creditor Nations

Buy gold as it is an “extremely low-risk asset” is the advice of Professor Kenneth Rogoff to emerging market, creditor nation central banks including the People’s Bank of China (PBOC). Rogoff believes that there is a good case to be made that emerging market central banks, such as the People’s Bank of China who have over $3.3 trillion […]

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20
May
2016

Buy Silver – “Best Precious Metals Trade”

  “Buy silver, sell gold” is the bold call of currency and money analyst Dominic Frisby in the latest edition of best selling Money Week. Frisby looks at the relative value of silver to gold and comes to the conclusion that silver is a better buy right now. We share his bullish view on silver […]

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19
May
2016

Bank Bail-Ins Pose Risks To Retail Investors and Depositors

Bank bail-ins pose risks to retail investors and especially savers throughout the western world. The new bail-in rules have been made operational since the beginning of this year in the EU and in many other countries, yet the risks and ramifications of bail ins have been largely ignored in most of the media. The Financial Times […]

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