Gold Bugs

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Lines Around The Block To Buy Gold In London; Banks Placing "Unusually Large Orders For Physical"





This is the best quarterly performance for Gold in 30 years... "It’s been crazy – it’s been the best week since 2012. We’ve had people queuing round the block..."

 
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They Broke the Silver Fix





On Jan 28, the price of silver flash crashed. This irregularity occurred around the silver fix. The spot price was $14.40 but the fix was $13.58.

 
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Gold - It's Time To Pay Attention





The psychology dominating the minds of most institutional investors over the past few years has been that things were slowly getting back to normal. This has weighed on institutional demand for gold in a big way, and been a meaningful factor in the bear market (manipulation aside). The problem now is that this assumption is quickly being called into question, and if this psychological shift gathers pace, the shift back into gold could be very meaningful.

 
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Gold, Political Instability, & Why QE Was The Worst Thing In The World





"You can’t deny the price action. Over the last few weeks, it is positively buoyant. If I were short, my butt cheeks would be tightening up. I’m starting to develop a theory, which is crazy, but then again... it might not be entirely crazy. You can help me decide. Maybe gold is starting to price in some of this political instability. Maybe it is starting to price in a Sanders or Trump presidency."

 
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Gold Stocks Are At A Key Juncture





Gold stocks are testing back up to the level of their recent breakdown to all-time lows; will it be a false breakdown, or the start of a new leg down ?

 
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Gold Price May Lead Gold Mining Stocks – Latest Research





Wavelet models used to surface the relationship between gold miners stock prices and the price of gold. 

 
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Weekend Reading: Risk - That Is All





While the world patiently waits for Janet Yellen to raise interest rates this month, the markets have been unable to decide as of yet whether such an event is good or bad thing.

 
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Good News: Gold Speculators Haven't Been This Gloomy In 13 Years





Gold sentiment may finally be getting bearish enough to support a durable bottom.

 
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Rethinking Money As The Greater Depression Deepens





The low interest rates and relatively low inflation rates we’ve had recently aren’t going to last. They will soon be replaced by wildly fluctuating markets and rapidly depreciating currencies. We could have a catastrophic deflation, where trillions of currency units are wiped out; or a hyperinflation, as governments create trillions more of them; or both phenomena in sequence. But, as bad as they are, those are just financial phenomena; what will be much, much more serious are things looming on the political, economic, social, and military fronts of the Greater Depression. The bottom line is that you want to get out of the dollar before everyone else does.

 
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Gold Selling “Malevolent Force”? – Dennis Gartman





Dennis Gartman, author of the institutionally well followed ‘The Gartman Letter,’ has asked questions about gold’s peculiar price action last week and raised the question as to whether there was official central bank manipulation of gold prices.

 
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UBS Is About To Blow The Cover On A Massive Gold-Rigging Scandal





Unlike previous gold probe cases, this one will have major consequences. How do we know? Because just like in LIBOR-gate, just like in FX-gate, it is the biggest rat of all, Swiss megabank UBS, that is about to turn on its former criminal peers.  As Bloomberg reported earlier "UBS was granted conditional leniency in Swiss antitrust probe of possible manipulation of precious metal prices." Why would UBS do this? The same reason UBS did so on at least on two prior occasions: the regulators have definitive proof it is involved, and gave it the option to turn evidence and to rat out its cartel peers, or face even more massive financial penalties. UBS, as usual, choice the former.

 
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Confusing Inevitable With Imminent





The U.S. dollar is looking good worldwide and, in fact, so is gold - it’s just that, at present, the dollar is in the number one spot. But, unlike gold, the dollar is at risk. U.S. debt has placed it in a precarious position from which it will most certainly fall. The dollar is not a truly strong currency; it is essentially, “the best looking horse in the glue factory.” It will be the last to go, but it will indeed go. We may have a bit of time before that happens. Whether it’s measured in months or years, we can’t be certain. A gold mania is not imminent, but we believe it is inevitable.

 
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Silver Bullion - “Brave Contrarians” Will Again “Earn Fortunes”





Silver is poised to see massive buying. Brave contrarians willing to buy silver and its miners low before this becomes widely apparent stand to earn fortunes. 

 
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