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Precious Metals – COMEX and LBMA Spot Gold Price Differences

Precious Metals – COMEX and LBMA Spot Gold Price Differences

By Bullion Shark, LLC………   Just like the famous phrase in the movie Wall Street “money never sleeps,” neither does the gold market. Well, it almost never does. Unlike the stock market, which opens every day at 9:30 am Eastern time and closes at 4 pm Eastern time, the gold market trades 24 hours a […]

By January 26, 2016 2 Comments Read More →
Gold Market Newsletter – Gold Moves Above $1100.00 Again

Gold Market Newsletter – Gold Moves Above $1100.00 Again

Commentary for Friday, January 25, 2016 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc….   Gold closed up $9.00 on the Comex today at $1,106.20 – which is good but without some follow-through momentum this pitch up remains part of the defensive picture. Normally – as the technical picture improves this […]

Money Metals Exchange Issues 2016 Gold/Silver Forecast

Money Metals Exchange Issues 2016 Gold/Silver Forecast

By Clint Siegner – Money Metals Exchange….   Looking Ahead to 2016 Forecasting today’s volatile, high-frequency, machine-driven and manipulated futures markets using fundamental analysis is futile, as a great many precious metals bulls will attest. To complicate matters, an obsession with Fed policy dominates all markets. Officials at the Federal Reserve are often less than […]

By December 30, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Money Metals Exchange: Undeniable Truths about Precious Metals (Don’t Forget These…)

Money Metals Exchange: Undeniable Truths about Precious Metals (Don’t Forget These…)

By Clint Siegner – Money Metals Exchange….   From first to worst. Gold and silver were the best assets to own during the first decade of this century. During this second decade… not so much. Precious metals bulls have endured four years of prices drifting lower punctuated by periodic smash-downs and the occasional false-breakout. What […]

By November 18, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Citibank Calls for Helicopter Money Drops across Globe

Citibank Calls for Helicopter Money Drops across Globe

By Stefan Gleason – Money Metals Exchange….   A quietly panicking Janet Yellen and the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decided the U.S. economy still isn’t ready for an interest rate hike last week and left the Fed funds rate at essentially zero – the same level to which the Fed’s credibility has now sunk. […]

By September 25, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Infographic – Assessing the Potential Risk of a Greek Default

Infographic – Assessing the Potential Risk of a Greek Default

Presented and produced by Gainesvillecoins.com …….   On Friday, April 24, the finance ministers of Europe once again met to discuss the fate of Greece’s bailout program. Although no definitive course of action was expected to come out of this meeting, it was yet another chance to assess the potential consequences if indeed the Greek […]

Realism or Absurdity? Fiat Money and TBTF (Too Big To Fail) in 2015

Realism or Absurdity? Fiat Money and TBTF (Too Big To Fail) in 2015

By Geoffrey Cope….   The fear of GERMANY. Is it real? – read more: SPRING 2015 – Following the November 16th, 2014 G20 nation meeting in Brisbane, the confiscation of depositor funds was not a one-off emergency measure limited to Cyprus. Similar “bail-in” policies or models are now appearing in multiple countries. New Rules: Cyprus-style […]

Zimbabwe Reveals New National Coinage

Zimbabwe Reveals New National Coinage

By CoinWeek News Staff….   On Friday, December 5, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) held a press conference to introduce a new set of coins due to begin circulating on December 18. The new coins are meant to help relieve the chronic shortage of low-denomination coinage that has plagued the country since Zimbabwe dropped […]

By December 8, 2014 3 Comments Read More →
Eurozone Enters Recession, Worldwide Gold Demand Down in Q3

Eurozone Enters Recession, Worldwide Gold Demand Down in Q3

THE DOLLAR gold price drifted lower to $1720 an ounce during Thursday morning’s London session, around ten Dollars down on the week, as stocks and the Euro also drifted lower following the release of weak economic growth data from the Eurozone. The silver price dropped below $32.60 an ounce, more-or-less exactly where it started the week, while other […]

By November 15, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Dollar Danger Threatens Gold –  Euro Hits 2-Yr Low

Dollar Danger Threatens Gold – Euro Hits 2-Yr Low

WHOLESALE gold bullion prices fell to $1569 an ounce during Monday morning’s London trading – 0.9% off Friday’s close – as stocks, commodities and the Euro also traded lower and US Treasuries gained, following news that two Spanish regions plan to ask for bailouts. Silver bullion fell to $26.88 an ounce – a 1.9% drop on where it […]

 
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