Blog/Precious Metals

Gold – It Ain’t Over Until the Fat Lady Sings

The problem with gold has been the gold promoters who use sophistry to sell their product, convincing so many people to lose everything they invest. The hate mail [...]

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Gold: The Panic Cycle is Here

Gold opened the week in Asia with a bang – down nearly $44 at the low of $1083. This is right on target for our Panic Cycle this week. Gold is sharply declining, [...]

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Gold Miners

As long as there are people who still believe that the gold market is uniquely manipulated, rather than simply in sync with the world economy, then the sad truth [...]

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So Who is Still Long in Gold?

As you move into a major low, it is not about who is still long, it is who is short. As gold capitulates and spirals lower, the gold promoters are running out [...]

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Gold is Becoming a Dirty Word

  In 2011, Louisiana became the first state to wage war on CASH, enacting a law called R.S. 37:1866. Politicians made it illegal to purchase anything from a [...]

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Absence of Socialism v Austerity & Gold Standards

  There have been many attempts at creating a gold standard and this notion that money should retain a value yet simultaneously people want to earn more with [...]

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Is Copper the New Gold?

Electric cars are rapidly entering the market. This is causing more than just a decline in the demand for oil. The i8 BMW is a hybrid that still has a combustion [...]

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Greek Crisis Fails to Stimulate Gold

Despite the greatest political crisis in Europe, there has been “no love for gold” according to CNBC. Indeed, this crisis does in fact warn that all [...]

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Gold – The Quick and Dirty

Gold has jumped back above $1200 as short positions were building up by hedge funds with no follow through just yet. The pop is on the idea that the Fed will be [...]

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Is There a Shortage of Gold in Europe? Will It Be Confiscated?

Some people have misread my posting on an observation in Spain. The retail sale of gold coins was virtually nonexistent in Spain. This is not a shortage of gold. In [...]

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