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The Exquisite Market Setup, 23 Aug





Gold fundamentals are tight, but not so much in silver. According to popular belief, the prices of the metals are supposed to move together. What happens when a trading thesis is believed by just about everyone?

 
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Why Is Gold Becoming Scarcer, 16 Aug, 2015





Both the October and December gold contracts are backwardated, and Feb '16 contract is not far. The gold market is tight. Why?

 
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Supply and Demand Report 9 Aug





It began in Dec 2008. To understand it, it is necessary to understand two principles. The first is that gold is money and the dollar is credit (which is currently worth 28.4mg gold). For the second, we emphasize it's not just price, but separate bid and ask prices.

 
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Monetary Metals Supply and Demand Report 2 Aug





You cannot understand gold if you think it goes up and down, that the dollar is the measure of gold. Gold does not necessarily go up with interest, inflation, or commodities. Indeed, it does not go anywhere. It's the dollar going places (mostly down).

 
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Supply and Demand Report 26 Jul





For those who are speculating on the dollar—i.e. most people—there was good news. The dollar rose to 28.3mg gold. It’s a big gain, and welcome news for those who keep all of their eggs in the one dollar basket.

 
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Monetary Metals Supply and Demand Report 19 July, 2015





Greece. China. Banking system messes. Central bank printing. And here we are, under $1140. Breakdown?

That cannot be determined from price charts. We want to know the fundamentals of supply and demand. Here's how we measure it.

 
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Silver Market Change Report 5 July, 2015





The Greek default is a forcible contraction of credit, and bound to be negative for the prices of ordinary assets. But something extraordinary happened to silver this week.

 
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June 26 Silver Flash Crash: A Forensic Analysis





On Friday morning, at around midnight PDT, the price of silver had a mini crash, dropping more than 10 cents in one second. This is our forensic analysis.

 
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Monetary Metals Brief 2015





It’s the start of a new year. The question is whither the prices of gold and silver? This Brief presents our answer.

 
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The Swiss Franc Will Collapse





It’s terrifying how fast the whole Swiss yield curve sank under the waterline of zero. Now even the 15-year bond has negative interest. The franc has reached the end.

 
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In America, Government Pays You Interest. In Switzerland, You Pay Government.





The old joke is "In America, you correct newspaper, but in Soviet Union, newspaper corrects you.” Switzerland is now experiencing the bond market equivalent.

 
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Crude Oil Supply and Demand





There's been a huge price move in oil. The spreads shows a startling picture.

 
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A Signal of Coming Collapse





Shit just got real. The Bank of Japan said it will buy 100% of new bond issuance.

 
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Gold and Silver Supply and Demand 2 Nov





Woe unto the gold speculators, and a curse laid upon the house of silver.

At least, that’s how it may feel. In more clinical terms...

 
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Supply and Demand Report: 5 Oct





How much higher can the dollar go? Betting on the Fed’s paper has been one helluva speculation... Read on for the supply and demand fundamentals of gold and silver.

 
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