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U.S. Senators Bash Gold During Fed Confirmation Hearings
The U.S. Senate weighed the issue of pegging the currency to a gold standard last week. Not surprisingly, the mere mention of gold ruffled the feathers of some Senators.
This Is What A Run On The Bank For Precious Metals Looks Like
The explosive price action seen in palladium recently is indicative of a physical shortage. Put simply, available inventories are failing to keep up with demand (largely from the automotive industry).
Axel Merk: Fed To Stimulate In Any Crisis; Don’t Let Short-Term Events Bother You
Everyone has to rely on data coming out of China, which is always a dodgy proposition. Here are Axel Merk's thoughts about the virus and what it could mean for financial markets in the weeks and months ahead
Central Banker Pull Out Their Monetary Bazookas To Try To Avert A Coronavirus Crash
The emerging coronavirus pandemic is already crimping global commerce. In response, the S&P 500 has thus far put in two weeks’ worth of declines (the index fell 2.1% last week) since making new highs to start the year.
The Coronavirus Doesn’t Matter Either… We Have The Federal Reserve
As the coronavirus continues to spread, global financial markets are showing the symptoms of investor unease.
There’s No Fever Like Gold Fever
In late December 2019, a bill from the German finance ministry – which had passed the lower legislative house – proposed lowering the "anonymous purchase limit" for precious metals from €10,000 to €2,000 (about $2,200), a reduction of 80%.
Why Palladium Is On A Tear
Physical palladium and rhodium markets are buzzing. Reported prices for both metals leapt higher in recent days.
Former Fed Official Says Government Can Borrow A Lot More
Our government already borrowed $23 trillion and deficits are expected to exceed $1 trillion per year.
Precious Metals Set To Keep Powering Ahead
The fundamentals are turning in favor of higher gold and silver prices.
Yes, China Is A Currency Manipulator – And The U.S. Banking System Is A Metals Manipulator
Nobody actually believes China has stopped manipulating the value of its yuan versus the U.S. dollar. But the Trump administration is apparently willing to accept a certain degree of currency rigging in exchange for other concessions on trade.
Fighting The Fed (And The Crooked Banks) By Holding Gold
Fighting the Fed may be a bad idea. But so is climbing on board with the people running policy there. The best plan is to try and get out of their way.
Craig Hemke Makes 2020 Prediction On Gold & Silver, Slams Biased Gold Naysayers
Yes, we expect the forces of evil to continue doing their best to manage prices, and we'll get to that topic of price manipulation in a moment, but talk about what you're seeing in the metals...
Bullion Banks Used Paper Gold And Silver To Restrain Price Advance In 2019
Gold and silver investors buy metals because they are scarce. Precious metals are by nature difficult to find, and hard to produce. Consequently, above-ground stocks are limited and valuable, particularly when priced in unlimited fiat currencies.
Outlook 2020 (Part 2): Key Fundamentals And Technicals For Precious Metals
The first part of our 2020 Outlook covered the Big Picture Backdrop for Precious Metals. This second part focuses on the fundamental and technical setup for gold and silver markets.
Outlook 2020: The Big Picture Backdrop For Precious Metals
The year ahead promises to be an eventful one. It will, of course, be dominated by political headlines leading up to the 2020 election. It could also be a big breakout year for precious metals.
The Signs Swirl All Around Us, So Is The Monetary Reset At Hand?
For most of this decade owning gold and gold-related investments has required the patience of Job, and the sector is so obscure that it is hard to be sure of anything.
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