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Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente outlines the bullish case for gold - the yellow metal is up 15%+ in 2016. According to the Trends Research Institute, gold is destined to cross $1,400 on the way to $2,000 an ounce. Chris welcomes Bob Hoye, senior investment strategist at Institutional Advisors who makes investing entertaining. His research indicates the 100 year fiat monetary experiment has failed, which could culminate in an epic economic earthquake. More ››
2016/05/30 at 9:00pm
Via: GoldSeek
One of the biggest buzz-terms of the falsetto, faux recovery has been ‘escape velocity'. If there are any NASA engineers left, they can correct me, but I believe the term was used in physics or perhaps rocket science to describe the velocity an object must reach to break the hold of the Earth's gravity. And you think Economics has some formulas? I'd LOVE to see the one for the real escape velocity. More ››
2016/05/30 at 4:53pm
Via: GoldSeek
This is disturbing on a lot of levels, but it's also quite conceivable. When governments figure out that in a world of deflation (caused by the industrial overcapacity and bad debt from their previous policy mistakes) they really can borrow and spend whatever they want — and if it causes inflation, well, great, they win the currency war — then the floodgates will open. Japan, as it has with past monetary and fiscal insanities, is leading the way. And if history is any guide the rest of us will follow along shortly. More ››
2016/05/30 at 4:48pm
Via: GoldSeek
"Gold," Plender writes, "has been a bubble for millennia." Some bubble! Don't millennia compare pretty well with the individual human lifespan? For how many millennia are Plender and the Financial Times planning to keep disparaging the monetary metal? Repeating the appalling rookie mistake Rogoff himself made, Plender writes that gold "yields no dividends or interest," though central banks and others lend gold at interest every day just as government currencies are lent at interest. More ››
2016/05/30 at 4:47pm
Via: GoldSeek
The larger the consolidation the bigger the bull move will be once a breakout occurs. Considering gold's 29 year consolidation phase I don't think it's unreasonable to expect gold to go to a minimum of $10,000 before this bull is done. More ››
2016/05/30 at 4:47pm
Via: GoldSeek
At the conclusion of my conference yesterday, I did a number of interviews and then made my way a few miles home, collapsed into my favorite chair, and thought back over the myriad of ideas, the whirlwind of friends, and the just general all-around fabulous time I had experienced over the past four days. More ››
2016/05/30 at 4:00pm
Via: GoldSeek
The fundamentals are showing us more people are getting into the metals, even though the price doesn't show it. And the energy situation, it continues to get worse. So with the massive amount of debt now on the system, it's going to be hard for the establishment to continue business as usual. I sat down […] More ››
2016/05/29 at 2:36pm
Via: SRSrocco Report
"Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our Maker.   But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood."  John Adams, 1765 "But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate -- we can not consecrate -- we can not hallow -- this ground. The brave men, living and dead, More ››
2016/05/29 at 1:19am
Via: Jesse’s Café Américain
Gold futures drove their losing streak to eight sessions in a row, posted their third straight weekly decline, and settled at their lowest level in more than three months. Gold for August delivery... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] More ››
2016/05/28 at 11:58am
Via: Coin News
Gold initially eased overnight losses and edged up to $1223.34 in late Asian trade, but it then chopped back lower in London and New York and ended with a loss of 0.77%. Silver slipped to as low as $16.131 and ended with a loss of 0.74%. More ››
2016/05/27 at 4:24pm
Via: GoldSeek
Snippet: Gold initially eased overnight losses and edged up to $1223.34 in late Asian trade, but it then chopped back lower in London and New York and ended with a loss of 0.77%. Silver slipped to as low as $16.131 and ended with a loss of 0.74%. More ››
2016/05/27 at 4:06pm
Via: SilverSeek
The entire Western financial systemic, complete with USDollar-based foundation platforms, is breaking down. The breakdown is in full view, very noticeable, in almost every arena. What happened in 2008 with the Lehman Brothers failure event is currently underway with almost every single financial platform, structural entity, financial market, banking structure, and arena. In response to the Lehman killjob event, where JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs strangled the victim firm (by denying Lehman proceeds on countless asset sales), the entire Western financial system has been lashed together, tied together, and connected among its many member parts. More ››
2016/05/27 at 4:00pm
Via: GoldSeek