• GoldCore
    08/01/2014 - 02:42
    The stealth phenomenon that is silver stackers or long term store of value buyers of silver coins and bars continues and is seen in the record levels of demand for silver eagles from the U.S. Mint....

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testosteronepit's picture

Senior Bankers Warn: ‘It’s Crazy, It’s a Boom, It’s a Gold Rush’





The record bank lending binge “not evidence of an economic recovery.” Instead, they’re fretting about the greatest credit bubble in history.

 
GoldCore's picture

Gold Rigged “To Benefit Banks, At Expense Of Producers, Traders, Investors, Jewellers And Other Market Participants”?





We believe that a more transparent and reliable fixing could lead to higher gold prices as we suspect that prices are artificially low at this time and do not reflect the delicate supply demand balance in the physical gold market ... Nor do they capture the degree of systemic and geopolitical risk in the world today."

 
Capitalist Exploits's picture

A Bull Market in PR





The venture capital world is currently paying inordinate amounts of money for software companies which are making a lot of noise and not much else!

 
Pivotfarm's picture

How Traders Feel...





When their Stop is taken out.

 
rcwhalen's picture

KBRA Q2 2014 Bank Earnings Preview & The “Bernanke Shokku"





FDIC: “the largest positive contribution to the year-over-year change in earnings came from reduced loan-loss provisions..."

 
GoldCore's picture

Currency Wars - Europe Seeks Alternative To 'Dollar Imperialism'





This is misguided and not in the U.S. national interest and could backfire spectacularly. After a period of relative calm, currency wars look set to escalate and will make owning gold important again in the coming months.

 
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57 Years Ago: U.S. and Britain Approved Use of Islamic Extremists to Topple Syrian Government





Did the U.S. and Its Allies Use ISIS to Balkanize Syria Into Smaller Regions?

 
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Do You REALLY Think The Official Inflation Numbers Are Even CLOSE To Accurate?





One has to wonder… just how high are real costs that a food company substitutes wood pulp for meat? One also has to wonder… just how accurate is the CPI or any government inflation metric that looks primarily at nominal pricing? The simple answer to that one is “not accurate at all.”

 

 
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No Politician Is Allowed to Oppose Banks For Long, Not Even the French President





He has “no face, no party,” “never runs for office,” but “governs,” Hollande said about “his true opponent” in 2012. It went viral. Huddled masses began to dream. But that courage fizzled.

 
Marc To Market's picture

Exaggerating the Dollar's Demise





The dollar's demise has been often foretold.  The euro, SDRs, the yuan, Bitcoins all were going to be viable alternatives.  The dollar persists. 

 
Pivotfarm's picture

What you wish you could do to your Broker!





It ain't pretty

 
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The Individual Is Rising - A Book Excerpt





The revolution is already in motion.  It is a peaceful and intellectual revolution - not one of violence or force, and that is why it will succeed.

 
Marc To Market's picture

Global Investment Climate: Pieces falling into Place





A look at the investment climate through the currency market and upcoming events and data.

 
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Recent Happenings in the Digital Coin World





This past Monday the US Marshals auctioned off the "Silk Road" Bitcoin wallets at a higher than expected price to a single bidder.  The Bitcoin market strengthened coming into the auction and has held on to most of the price gains.

In the alternative coin market, on the other hand, we saw panic selling of an alternative coin (but only on one site!) and aggressive selling across the spectrum of "scrypt" based coins.

 
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