Contributing Editors' Blog Entries

GoldCore's picture

Silver “Momentum Building” As “Supply Trouble Brewing”

Australia Bank of England China Deutsche Bank Futures market Hong Kong Mexico PIMCO recovery Reuters Silver ETFs SWIFT Yuan Silver had its biggest quarterly rise in nearly 30 years in the first three months of 2016 as ETF investors, buying of silver coins (now VAT free in UK and EU) and bars and speculators in the futures market pushed prices higher. Silver prices are likely to rise further as there is “supply trouble brewing” as strong industrial and investment demand are confronted by declining supply. 


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

You'll Never Guess Who's Been Buying This Rally...

Central Banks Institutional Investors Twitter Twitter Insiders are dumping shares...corporaute buybacks are in their blackout period... individual investors are pulling $$$ from stocks... so who's buying?


Sprott Money's picture

Silver, More Rare Than the Market Understands

Eric Sprott Mexico Precious Metals Sprott Asset Management Can you imagine a 8:1 gold/silver ratio price? Currently, the ratio is 75:1. 


williambanzai7's picture

GOP MeNTaL MiDGeTS!

BANZAI7 FOOD, BEVERAGE AND MENTAL MIDGET WARNING


GoldCore's picture

Cyber Fraud At SWIFT – $81 Million Stolen From Central Bank

Bank of England Bank of New York Central Banks China Copper Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Bank Federal Reserve Bank of New York Jim Rickards Marc Faber Reuters SWIFT Yuan Jim Rickards commented to GoldCore today about the cyber theft: "The case for owning gold in an age of cyber-financial threats is compelling ... "


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Stocks Could Easily Plunge 24% in the Next Three Months

The time to prepare for this bubble to burst is now. Imagine if you'd prepared for the 2008 Crash back in late 2007? 


williambanzai7's picture

THe DuMB LiKe IT HoT...

BANZAI7 FOOD BEVERAGE AND STATIST MORON ALLIANCE WARNING...


GoldCore's picture

Gold In Vaults Beneath Bank of England Worth $248 Billion?

Bank of England Central Banks China Consumer Confidence Eurozone Marc Faber None Yuan There is no smell here: metal has none. There is no noise, either, on account of the vaults’ thick concrete walls. What there is, however, is one of the world’s most important traded assets. Deals are still done in gold in almost every country in the world. Its price is a crucial barometer for consumer confidence. Prices rise when markets are uncertain, and before US elections – like now.


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

The US Economy is Rolling Over… Are Stocks Next?

Market Crash Recession The time to prepare for this bubble to burst is now. When stocks catch up to earnings, we're going DOWN, possibly even in a CRASH.  


Steve H. Hanke's picture

Why the Saudi Princes are Panicked

Crude Iran Middle East recovery Twitter Twitter Authored by Steve H. Hanke of the Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. The Saudi deputy crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, recently pulled the plug on an output freeze deal that was scheduled to have been signed in Doha, Qatar. Since then, the press has been filled with the same story: Prince Mohammed was offended because Iran was a “no show” in Doha. So, he shredded the draft output freeze agreement.


Sprott Money's picture

Nine Meals from Anarchy

Bond Central Banks Federal Reserve Germany Newspaper None Precious Metals Purchasing Power Fear of starvation is fundamentally different from other fears of shortages.


williambanzai7's picture

GaWD SaVe THe QUeeN...

BANZAI7 FOOD AND BEVERAGE WARNING...


Secular Investor's picture

From Hero To Zero: What Should We Do With Brazil?

Brazil CDS Central Banks China Consumer Confidence CPI Middle East Purchasing Power Twitter Twitter Unemployment A story of sinking moral, economic hazard, ballooning debt debt, runaway inflation and scandals!


Knave Dave's picture

Dohaha, Slippery Oil Prices Laugh at Nearly Everyone

Abu Dhabi Crude Iran Iraq Irrational Exuberance Kuwait Market Manipulation Market Share Middle East OPEC Recession Saudi Arabia Tyler Durden Wall Street Journal Irrational market exuberance hits its zenith after Doha talks fail as oil prices rise, instead of fall, because of minor Kuwait oil strike, then stay up after the strike fails within a day, then rise more when Saudis promise to retaliate with more production and stay up when Russians promise to retailiate with still more production.


EconMatters's picture

We Have Raised Our Oil Target to $55 by July 4th (Video)

Twitter Twitter Declining U.S. Production, the Massive drop in RIG Counts, and robust Demand Growth for 2016 are all bullish fundamentals for the Oil Market heading into the Seasonally Strong part of the Demand Curve from a consumption standpoint.


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