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Canada Sold All Its Gold Reserves – Who Will be Next?

​ Question: Hello Martin, I saw a couple of days ago that Canada seems to have sold all its gold. http://www.fin.gc.ca/n16/16-030-eng.asp Is it just a way to [...]

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Now Available: Part I of the “2016 Gold Report”

Part I of the “2016 Gold Report” is now available. In this report, you will find the most extensive review and explanation on the gold benchmarks with [...]

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Gold & Ratios: Are They Really Worth Much?

QUESTION:  Dear Martin , I had been following the the various gold bug theories since 2009 but became disillusioned after 2011 until I came across your site . What [...]

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Gold — the Hedge Against Government

While government may see gold as a barbaric relic of monetary history, it still will serve as a hedge against them from the private individual side. Our biggest [...]

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Gold Today — February 18, 2016

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, your opening number for gold was 1199.50. Since it opened above and has rallied, is there a point above where it now must exceed to resume [...]

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Canada Selling Part of Its Gold Reserves

Governments everywhere are going broke. Despite what people think, gold may yet make new record lows under $1,000 in the months ahead. Canada has sold off a [...]

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Will They Confiscate Gold Again?

QUESTION: Hello Marty, Is it your belief that they will (again) try to confiscate gold bullion coins when the going gets rough? If so, is there an alternative that [...]

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Gold: What Now? February 16, 2016

QUESTION:  Hello Martin Today it seemed as if you posted a basically bearish Euro call and a temporary bullish Gold call. I understand that a crisis in the Euro [...]

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Gold Update: February 16, 2016

Gold fell back to 1191 and then rallied back to the 1216 area. Gold appears to be setting up to extend the counter-trend reaction into the first week of March. With [...]

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The Markets’ Expectations

This image ran by USA Today shows how quickly the general public assumes long-term changes in trend are at hand. The general headlines said the public lost [...]

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