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Monetary Metals Supply and Demand Report 2 Aug

Consumer Prices Copper CPI Federal Reserve Greece M0 M2 New Normal Real estate Technical Analysis 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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History's Future

Could you imagine making a sweeping prediction about the world's construct in the year 2120 and being more or less correct?

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Both Sales and Earnings Are Rolling Over With Stocks Near All-Time Highs

American Express Citigroup General Electric goldman sachs Goldman Sachs Honeywell recovery Put simply, both sales and earnings are rolling over… at a time when the S&P 500 is close to all-time highs. This is a recipe for a correction if not a crash.  

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Don't Exaggerate Significance of SNB's Loss

Central Banks Japan Monetary Policy Swiss National Bank Switzerland Trade Balance Yen The SNB reported a record loss, but the real meaning and implication is not what most are claiming.  See why.

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Near-Term Dollar Outlook

Aussie Australian Dollar BOE Canadian Dollar CPI Crude Crude Oil Futures market Monetary Policy Swiss Franc Technical Indicators Yen Regardless of where one thinks the dollar is going in the long-term, here is a discussion of where it will likely go in the short-term.  

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NATO Member Busted Supporting ISIS … Now Declares War Against ISIS, But Instead Bombs Its Political Rival (the Main Force ...

Iran Iraq Joe Biden Time Magazine Turkey Wall Street Journal ... FIGHTING ISIS (Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine Confirm What Zero Hedge Has Been Saying)

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Gold Bullion Demand Surges - Perth Mint and U.S. Mint Cannot Meet Demand

Bear Market Central Banks China India Martin Armstrong Twitter Twitter In an interview on Bloomberg’s “First Up” show, Treasurer for the Perth Mint, Nigel Moffatt, said “Our biggest restriction is the amount of unrefined gold we’re getting in from producers”, adding, “everything we get in is going straight out the door as soon as we refine it.”

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Twist Those Dirty Bags!

B+ Head and Shoulders Russell 2000 Slope of Hope There are five charts that I think speak to the good prospects for bearishness.

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Threat Of Cyber War – “Other Reason To Own Physical Gold” – Rickards

China Counterparties European Central Bank Eurozone Greece Israel Jim Rickards Monetary Policy NASDAQ Reuters Twitter Twitter Yuan Jim Rickards, “I think it’s always very important to own gold. I’ve recommended that investors have about 10% of their portfolio in the yellow metal.” “If I’m right and some catastrophic event is on the horizon, then that 10% would be your portfolio insurance.”

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The Investment Legends Are Warning of a Systemic Event

Bond Carl Icahn Charlie Munger Institutional Investors Precious Metals Seth Klarman Warren Buffett More and more insiders are warning of a potential systemic event.

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Elio Motors Hits $25 Million Crowdfunding Goal

General Motors Elio Motors announced earlier this week that it has received “non-binding indications of interest” valued over $25MM through its initial crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine. To date, the company has received $25,436,650 from 6,773 people, averaging $3,755 per person, and will continue to take additional expressions of interest while working with the SEC on next steps. It will eventually proceed with filing an offering statement and will begin to make a formal stock offer to interested investors after approval. 

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