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Gold – November 16, 2015 (Intraday)

COMMENT: Marty, if gold cannot rally now, then a turn to new lows will be devastating. What’s left for them to cling to? China reevaluating gold at $100,000? [...]

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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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