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Gold in the Wake of Paris

Although gold made a knee-jerk reaction rally to 1097, at the time of this writing it has fallen back to 1087. We elected one Weekly Bearish at 1084; from the last [...]

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Market Manipulation Confusion

QUESTION: You say that long-term manipulations are impossible while short-term manipulations have been the focus of the bankers. Do you mean to say that not even [...]

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Gold & the Approaching New Lows

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I want to thank you for saving me so much money. I now read the goldbugs for entertainment. They never admit they are wrong. But now they [...]

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Mainstream vs. Austrian Economics

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I believe the difference between the Austrian school of economics and mainstream economics is that mainstream economists believe [...]

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Venezuela May Sell 3 Million Ounces of Gold

Venezuela has $5 billion in debt it must pay before year-end. They are now making inquiries to sell off gold reserves to meet their [...]

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Gold & the Rally

We need gold to close above 1187.50 tomorrow to signal that a further upside is possible. We need a daily closing above 1206 to suggest pushing higher. If we can [...]

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Gold – Interest Rates – Rally

QUESTION: Will higher interest rates hurt gold if they reflect demand for money and inflation? ANSWER: Analysts have said that higher interest rates would hurt gold [...]

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Silver Rally & Gold Decline?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; there are claims that silver is in short supply and since the prices are low that proves it is a manipulation. This seems to be the same [...]

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Gold Standard Nonsense Compelling Us To Repeat History

COMMENT: “The system is collapsing. It is not because of some derivatives bubble. It is not because of fiat. This is because of the debt gone wild” [...]

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Dow/Gold Ratio

A number of people have wrote in to ask about the proposition that gold should rise to be equal to the Dow because that is where it had reached in 1980. Sorry, [...]

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