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  Gold and silver were under some heavy handed action today, ahead of the US Non-Farm Payrolls report tomorrow.    It is coming a day early because of the upcoming July 4th weekend.   Greece tends to dominate the news with lots of uninformed speculation and interpretation, often driven more by a person's particular bias and ego than the facts.  So it is sometimes More ››
2015/07/01 at 4:34pm
Via: Jesse’s Café Américain
"If ever you find yourself environed with difficulties and perplexing circumstances, out of which you are at a loss how to extricate yourself, do what is right, and be assured that that will extricate you the best out of the worst situations. Though you cannot see, when you take one step, what will be the next, yet follow truth, justice, and plain dealing, and never fear their leading you More ››
2015/07/01 at 4:15pm
Via: Jesse’s Café Américain
Gold settled modestly lower to start the new trading month on Wednesday while silver extended its losing streak to five straight sessions. Gold for August delivery lost $2.50, or 0.2%, to settle at... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] More ››
2015/07/01 at 4:09pm
Via: Coin News
Snippet: Gold drifted lower in quiet trade and ended near its late session low of $1167.60 with a loss of 0.34%. Silver slipped to as low as $15.55 and ended with a loss of 0.83%. More ››
2015/07/01 at 4:05pm
Via: SilverSeek
Demand surged in June for United States Mint bullion coins with sales the highest since 2015-dated issues launched in January, and they hurdled year-ago levels. The sharp gains were realized in a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] More ››
2015/07/01 at 12:48pm
Via: Coin News
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The Curious Case Of Edmund C. Moy Former US Mint director Ed Moy has made numerous false and self-contradictory statements regarding the gold at Fort Knox – a facility managed by the US Mint. The is post is a sequel to A First Glance At US Official Gold Reserves Audits, Second Thoughts On US Official Gold Reserves Audits and US Government Lost 7 Fort Knox Gold Audit Reports. Also related is Where Did The Gold In Fort Knox Come From? Part One. Recap and Introduction Early 2014 my first post was published about the audits performed on 95 % of US official gold More ››
2015/07/01 at 12:04pm
Via: BullionStar
Jim Sinclair's Commentary Is it or is it not a default? The bond holders and the derivative association may have differing viewpoints. Greece, Missing I.M.F. Payment, Is Called Effectively in Default By JIM YARDLEY, JAMES KANTER and JACK EWINGJUNE 30, 2015 ATHENS — Greece missed a crucial debt payment to the International Monetary Fund, the... The post In The News Today appeared first on Jim Sinclair's Mineset. More ››
2015/07/01 at 11:41am
Via: Jim Sinclair’s MineSet
Jim Sinclair's Commentary If the default definition survives the derivative association. Jim, Interesting e-mail I received from Graham Summers Phoenix Capital. Although the Greek and Puerto Rico debt defaults are affecting its populace, the underlying derivative structure will be affecting the whole world. VIE's are used to hide these Weapons of Mass Destruction from the... The post Jim's Mailbox appeared first on Jim Sinclair's Mineset. More ››
2015/07/01 at 11:40am
Via: Jim Sinclair’s MineSet
"Some days take less but most days take more. Some slip through your fingers and onto the floor." -- Paul Hewson read more More ››
2015/07/01 at 11:04am
Via: TF Metals Report
GOLD BULLION slipped in London trade Wednesday, dipping near 4-week lows as the Dollar rose following strong US jobs data and European stock markets rallied amid fresh "concessions" by Athens in seeking a new bail-out program from its Eurozone and IMF creditors. The June report from private-sector payrolls service ADP said the US economy added 237,000 jobs last month – the second highest figure this year, and 9% ahead of the average analyst's forecasts. "This did not provide further clarity," said German finance minister Schaeuble meantime, refuting a leaked letter from Greek prime minister Tsipras accepting the major terms of More ››
2015/07/01 at 9:08am
Via: BullionVault
MUST READS Greece makes concession but no deal seen before Sunday vote – AP Greece Compromise Bid Faces Resistance as Trust Fades – Bloomberg Greece, Missing I.M.F. Payment, Is Called Effectively in Default – NY Times Greek Pension Rationing Begins; Poll Shows Tsipras Backed – Bloomberg Goldman Sachs Doesn't Have Clean Hands in Greece Crisis – Wall Street on Parade Why [...] More ››
2015/07/01 at 7:53am
Via: Tim Iacono
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to permit same-sex marriage nationwide has both winners and losers. One loser, at least so far, is clarity of thinking. People on all sides are discussing concepts without considering what they really mean. Let's try to bring some order. We use this word "marriage" in at least three different ways. First, marriage is a legal structure in which the government recognizes certain rights and responsibilities for people who follow a politically defined procedure. ... More ››
2015/07/01 at 2:06am
Via: The Daily Bell