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Keith Weiner is founder of the Gold Standard Institute USA in Phoenix, Arizona, and CEO of precious metals fund manager Monetary Metals. He created DiamondWare, a technology company which he sold to Nortel ... more


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Why These Gold Standardites Are Wrong
The purchasing power of the dollar may hold steady (or even rise) - but that is small consolation to someone who lost their dollars, which were backed by McKinney road bonds.
Silver Not Stimulated
The basis is down about 1%. Silver is noticeably less abundant to the market at $23.40 than it was at $24.40.
Silver Rises, JP Morgan Manipulates
Let’s look at silver's intraday price and basis action.
And Silver Crashes Some More
The selling was driven by futures, yet there was plenty of selling of metal too.
Silver Crash
On Monday, the dollar rose from 1.16 grams silver to 1.26g.
What’s The Price Of Gold? It Depends.
There are different prices for different forms of gold in different markets. Normally, they are quite close.
Warren Buffett Shorts The Economy
Buffett is indeed shorting, if not the economy, then at least commercial banks, investment banks, and credit card companies. He compares them to a cube of gold—and finds them wanting.
Silver Supply & Demand Still Strong At $29
It seems so simple, so obvious, so black-and-white. Seeing the price chart in recent weeks, you wouldn’t know that silver speculators have been waiting for this moment since March 2013.
Silver Explodes—But Why?
The risk of holding dollars (or its derivatives such as pound, euro, yuan, etc.) is rising. And the return for taking this risk is falling. So it’s logical that people turn to the monetary metals.
The Wealth Effect: Silver Edition
In a post-interest world, one cannot earn much return by financing a productive enterprise. Instead, people are forced to speculate on whatever asset bubble is inflating at the moment.
Inflating A Silver Bubble
Once momentum takes hold, there’s no telling where the price may go. Perhaps $50. Or perhaps it will be cut short long before then.
Silver Scarcifies
The price of silver went up, a lot, while the abundance of the metal to the market went down a lot.
One Of These Silver Days Is Not Like The Other
Yesterday, the price of silver spiked by about 10%. In other words, silver was becoming more abundant during the early part of the Asian day, before Europe came online.
About That Spike In The Silver Price
The price of silver has just spiked up about $2.00—that’s about 10%.
Dear Bullion Banks, Please Come Back!
There has been a trend for several years, of bullion banks leaving the market.
Defaults Are Coming
Many people may not care, because they do not own bonds. However, they should care if they have a pension, insurance policy, annuity, or a bank account. Institutions buy bonds, and now we are headed into unprecedented bond defaults.
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