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Gold Dips from 3-Week High, Silver Eases from 1-Month High

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By CoinNews.net Precious metals futures ended lower in their start to the new trading week on Monday. Losses in gold, silver, and platinum were especially modest.

Gold for December delivery shed $1.60, or 0.1%, to…
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Stocks and Precious Metals Charts – On the Wings of a Dove

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By noreply@blogger.com (Jesse) “Interesting that the papers of record regret that they worked the Weinstein story, but never felt like they had enough to actually publish it.   Apparently they had a lower standard for the publication of the Iraqi WMDs and Russian hacking stories.   It makes one wonder what other big stories they are sitting on, that they can’t quite bring themselves to publish, for whatever reason.” …read more

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Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Fall Back Off in Late Trade

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Gold gained $2.40 to $1306 in early New York trade, but it then fell back off into the close and ended near its late session low of $1291.80 with a loss of 0.7%. Silver slipped to as low as $17.137 and ended with a loss of 0.98%. …read more

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October 16: Gold and Silver Fall Back Off in Late Trade

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Gold gained $2.40 to $1306 in early New York trade, but it then fell back off into the close and ended near its late session low of $1291.80 with a loss of 0.7%. Silver slipped to as low as $17.137 and ended with a loss of 0.98%.

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Coming of Age with Murray

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By Hans-Hermann Hoppe By: Hans-Hermann HoppeI first met Murray Rothbard in the summer of 1985. I was then 35 and Murray was 59. For the next ten years, until Murray’s premature death in 1995, I would be associated with Murray, first in New York City and then in Las Vegas, at UNLV, in closer, more immediate and direct contact than anyone else, except his wife Joey, of course.Being almost as old now as Murray was at the time of his death I thought it appropriate to use this occasion to speak and reflect a bit on what I learned during my ten years …read more

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In The News Today

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By Bill Holter Bill Holter’s Commentary Everything is “hackable” …except of course cypto currencies, their exchanges and wallets? Every Wi-Fi network at risk of unprecedented ‘Krack’ hacking attack October 16, 2017 Every Wi-Fi connection is potentially vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on internet traffic, researchers have revealed. The vulnerability is the first… »
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Neck and Neck: Russian and Chinese Official Gold Reserves

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Official gold reserve updates from the Russian and Chinese central banks are probably one of the more closely watched metrics in the gold world. After the US, Germany, Italy and France, the sovereign gold holdings of China and Russia are the world’s 5th and 6th largest. And with the gold reserves ‘official figures’ of the US, Germany, Italy and France being essentially static, the only numbers worth watching are those of China and Russia. …read more

Source:: GoldSeek

The Market Is STARVED For Discoveries

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Bear markets are tough for geologists. The first item to get thrown out the 30th floor window of a mining executive’s Toronto corner office is the exploration budget. The second are the exploration geologists. The five-year bear market ravaged the exploration space as the entire mining industry slashed costs, sold off non-core assets and repaid boatloads of debt that had been accumulated during the good times. …read more

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Richard Sylla: 70% to 80% Chance of Another Global Financial Crisis

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When Janet Yellen, Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, said in June that she does not expect another financial crisis in our lifetime, eyebrows were raised. None more so than Richard Sylla’s. Sylla, a professor emeritus at the Stern School of Business and co-author with Sydney Homer of the magisterial A History of Interest Rates, has studied past business cycles. He is thus able to put today’s events in a broader context. …read more

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Gary Cohn is Concerned about Wall Street Clearinghouses – Blockchain is Already Fixing it

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By Tho Bishop By: Tho BishopGary Cohn, chief economic adviser to the President, voiced concern over the weekend about risk posed by Wall Street clearinghouses that became systemically important following the 2008 financial crisis.As Bloomberg reported:As “we get less transparency, we get less liquid assets in the clearinghouse, it does start to resonate to me to be a new systemic problem in the system,” Cohn, director of the White House’s National Economic Council, said at a banking conference in Washington on Sunday. Cohn isn’t the first to raise the risk. JPMorgan Chase & Co. and BlackRock Inc. have argued for years that clearinghouses …read more

Source:: Mises Daily

Trump vs. Jefferson on Freedom of the Press

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By Gary Galles By: Gary GallesOn October 11, President Trump tweeted that fake news was such a threat that someone should look into challenging network licenses on that basis. The next day, (October 12) he doubled down in a follow-up tweet that “Network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate revoked.”Unfortunately, his tweet contained some fake news of its own. It implied that networks are licensed, when, in fact, individual stations have broadcast licenses. And the difference implies that Trump’s suggested “solution” is incapable of addressing the problem he sees. Further, his “if appropriate” …read more

Source:: Mises Daily

Monday Morning Came Without Warning

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By Turd Ferguson A new week begins and it’s going to be an interesting one to say the least. We’ll be watching some economic data to begin the week, the situation in Catalonia and Korea the entire week and the week ends with a speech by Mother on Friday.
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