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lewrockwell.com/Peter Schiff

Since the gold price is inextricably linked to the long-term fate of the US dollar, it's rather important for gold investors to be able to forecast how each candidate, if elected, would conduct his/her monetary policy.

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CNBC

Gold has confounded market watchers by refusing to behave like a safe-haven and instead has tracked equities over the past few weeks, but the escalating European debt crisis could see bullion ditch its risk-asset mantle and return to record highs

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www.sovereignman.com

It’s always troubling when governments go after firms like GoldMoney. The more signs I see, the more I’m starting to believe that we’re heading down a path where precious metals are once again confiscated, outlawed, or at least severely restricted in

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www.sovereignman.com

If you’ve never been, the streets are lined with banks (and shopping malls), meaning there’s no shortage of places to buy gold. It’s commonplace in Hong Kong for banks to sell gold (same in Singapore, Austria, and many other countries), but what I co

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Bob Murphy emails to point out some news that was not widely disseminated by MSM (I wonder why?) Russia's central bank announced in late-August that they will start to offer gold-backed loans for up to 90 days at an interest rate of 7 percent.

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www.rttnews.com

Gold futures were down for a fourth consecutive session Monday, extending last week's rout as a margin increase by the CME Group and a sell off by investors to pay for losses incurred in other markets last week dampened the appeal of the preci

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www.prisonplanet.com

Some hedge funds were selling to raise cash to meet margin calls from lenders. Other investors were using proceeds of silver and gold sales to replenish other parts of their portfolios, which had fallen in value in recent sessions, said George Gero,

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http://www.zerohedge.com/

Update: Yep - it was a leak of a margin hike as just confirmed. Which may very well mean nobody actually had to liquidate, just the herd thundered, as it always does, in the wrong diraction. Expect gold to actually rise on this news.

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www.bloomberg.com

Deep in the 7.4-acre Singapore FreePort next to Changi International Airport’s runways is the bullion vault of Swiss Precious Metals, behind seven-metric-ton steel doors built to survive a plane crash or earthquake.

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