Investors Flock to Silver Coins

Silver coins are gaining favor among investors and sales could rise to a record high in 2013, thanks to a sharp fall in the precious metal’s price. Demand for silver, which is sought after by investors and industrial users alike, is expected to rise, consultancy Thomson Reuters GFMS said in a recent report. The industrial […]

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USD as a Percentage of Global Reserves Down, then Up. What’s next for Gold?

When the euro arrived on the scene, it took over around 32% of global foreign exchange reserves from the USD, with the tacit approval of the U.S. This dropped the USD’s percentage of global reserves from 95% to around 63%. Since then [2000] its percentage of reserves dropped from 63% to 53% and now has […]

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The Euro Could Disappear In 10 Years – BlackRock CE

The euro could be in danger of disappearing within the next decade if France does not continue pushing economic reforms, BlackRock Capital boss Larry Fink said Tuesday. Fink expressed his concern about the health of one of Europe’s largest economies at The New York Times’s DealBook Conference, mentioning France’s recent downgrade by Standard & Poor’s. “I don’t think […]

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Three Reasons Why Gold's Best Days Are Ahead

It may be hard to find someone as enthusiastic about precious metals mining as Sean Brodrick. A natural resource strategist with the Baltimore-based Oxford Club, an independent financial organization, Brodrick isn’t only filling his own portfolio with gold miners, he’s launching two new newsletters to research and vet resource stocks. While Brodrick might be putting […]

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Gold Vault Opens in China as Bullion Goes From West to East

A gold vault that can store 2,000 metric tons, double China’s projected consumption this year, opened in Shanghai this month as owner Malca-Amit Global Ltd. seeks to benefit from rising demand in Asia’s largest economy. The facility is the biggest for the Hong Kong-based company, and it can also store diamonds, jewelry and art, Joshua Rotbart, […]

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"Democratize" Gold and Give the Government a Black Eye

We all know that, so long as the Fed keeps the printing presses on, the risk of a worldwide currency crisis gets even higher. Gold, of course, is the timeless hedge here – for all the reasons you and I know. But are we truly prepared for a currency crisis? Much of the gold in […]

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Gold and Silver Price Manipulation from the Top Down

The manipulation of gold prices, along with practically every other asset class, has perfectly transparent legal precedent. The precious metals political hot potato taboo has been strong enough to make it almost impossible for the mainstream to understand. And while it is perfectly plausible and even celebrated by the practitioners, the greatest threats to economic […]

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Gold Bulls Persist on Dollar Drop as Stimulus Kept: Commodities

Gold analysts are bullish for a second week on speculation that prolonged U.S. stimulus and a weakening dollar will boost demand for the metal as a haven. Seventeen analysts surveyed by Bloomberg News expect prices to advance next week, nine are bearish and six neutral. The Bloomberg U.S. Dollar Index, a measure against 10 currencies, slid to […]

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Gold and silver prices bounce back as the Fed stops manipulating them down and why this will continue

The big sell orders at the end of the day have stopped in the bullion markets and the prices of gold and silver have rebounded in good measure. That’s the win-win scenario that ArabianMoney forecast would follow the raising of the debt ceiling (click here). The bullion banks are no longer getting late night calls […]

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Gold Futures Advance to Three-Week High on Stimulus Speculation

Gold futures rose to a three-week high on speculation that the Federal Reserve will maintain the pace of monetary stimulus to boost economic growth. Fed policy makers will delay reducing $85 billion in monthly bond purchases until March, according to the median estimate of 40 economists in a Bloomberg survey last week. The partial U.S. government 16-day […]

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