Mike Maloney On Gold, Silver & Economics (Video) (Publisher: I watched the whole 90 minutes and it went by very quickly... great info)
Eighteen of 26 surveyed by Bloomberg expect bullion to rise next week.
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.
Libya is Africa‘s largest oil producer. But one possible reason in particular for Gadhafi’s fall from grace has gained significant traction among analysts and segments of the non-Western media: central banking and the global monetary system.
In my opinion anything below $30 is a bargain. If you see $25, back up the truck. If you see $20-$21, back up two trucks.
Here at the Daily Bell we've often preached the merits of gold, including physical gold. Delivery is always good. Then you know where it is.
"We've grown 10 percent year on year in commercial ammunition. That's pretty good growth," said Tom Werner, vice president of sales and marketing at Olin.
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
"Hey I wanted to ask you about silver. Where do you buy it and are you happy with your purchases? I think it might be the right time for me to buy some"
Oct. 25th - Today's Price Jumps Means?...(...it means we get to watch what happens in the morning)
Volatility is About to Expand
A traveler flying into Las Vegas was questioned by the TSA about his small collection of silver coins, another example of how the federal agency is acting more like a secret police unit than an airport security outfit, routinely interrogating America
China may only have 30 percent of the rare earths in the world, but they essentially have a monopoly--which the rest of the world has been tirelessly trying to work around.
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
As the world falls further into economic crisis and political instability, precious metals accumulation among the general public has seen an unprecedented rise. Hoards that include precious metals, guns, and other physical assets are growing across A
(Blah Blah Blah... the US Government seized e-gold accounts and now you have to file paperwork to get any back.... here's the process)
"When they control the money, they control everything."
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
Gold has been down 10% in the past week and is at an eight-week low today. Given this, what is your outlook for gold prices? And do you see gold near $2,000 per ounce in the near- to medium-term?
There's something else happening here. Some investors are not confident with what gold is backed by, or if it's backed by anything at all, as compared to something like the US dollar. Investors are comfortable that the U.S. dollar is backed by the Am
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.
Gold margins will be raised by 21%, silver margins by 16%, and copper margins by 18%, effective at the close of trading Monday, CME said in an email after trading closed Friday.
Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Gold fell for a fourth day and slid below $1,600 an ounce, while silver erased its gains this year, as some investors sold the metals to cover losses in other assets. Bullion futures dropped more than margin requirements for a
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
"Unless you are a day trader.... don't sell your Gold or Silver"
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,
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.
Got Silver?... well today was a good day to buy I think :)
Time to buy more :)
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.