Gold and Geopolitics
Published May 9, 2014 on Goldbroker by Dan Popescu
They say that gold is a geopolitical metal. Gold is real money with no counterparty risk and, furthermore, an excellent wealth preserver in time and space. Like fiat currencies (dollar, euro, yen, Yuan etc.), gold’s price is also influenced by political events, especially those having an international impact.Read this article
What's New in the United States? Still Questioning the " Recovery "
Published May 8, 2014 on Goldbroker by Philippe Herlin
So what's new in the States? The recovery... which needs more and more time to become a reality. Judge by yourself : Growth in the first quarter plummeted to a meager 0.1%. The explanation from official sources? Snow... Yes, the stuff that falls in winter.Read this article
New on Goldbroker.com : Chart of gold and silver in 120 different currencies
Published May 6, 2014 on Goldbroker
New on Goldbroker.com : watch the long term chart of gold and silver in 120 different currenciesRead this article
Time to Admit That Gold Peaked in 2011?
Published May 5, 2014 on Caseyresearch
Dear Reader, There's scarcely a question more on the minds of metals investors-especially those long gold-than whether the peak of 2011 was an interim peak or the top of the market for this cycle. Our position in the "interim peak" camp is well known.Read this article
Banks Sued on Claims of Fixing Price of Gold
Published May 5, 2014 on Nytimes
Frustrated traders and offbeat activists have complained for years in whispers and in online screeds that the price of gold has been subject to collusion. On Monday, these accusations of manipulation found a more august arena for expression: the federal courts.Read this article
Dr. Jim Willie: Quantum Leap in the Gold Price, Ukraine-Russia Crisis and More
Published May 6, 2014 on Greg Hunter
Dr. Jim Willie, Editor of The Hat Trick Letter, says big news on the progress of convertibility of the Chinese yuan is being ignored by the mainstream media. Dr. Willie says, "Fully convertible capital account for the Shanghai Free Trade Zone is an enormous story, and it is not in the U.S.Read this article
The Gold Series: The Eclipsing Demand of the East (Part 3 of 5)
Published May 8, 2014 on Visualcapitalist
This infographic, part three in our 2014 Gold Series, covers the rise of Asian demand for the yellow metal.Read this article
Kevin Kerr: 'Not Taking a Long Position in Gold is Somewhat Foolish'
Published May 6, 2013 on Marketwatch
Gold will have a “volatile time” climbing over $2,000 an ounce and beyond, but “it’ll happen much quicker than most ‘experts’ think as demand picks up.”Read this article
The Round Tripping Myth And Why It Doesn't Hurt Chinese Gold Demand
Published May 3, 2014 on Ingoldwetrust
Much has been written lately about the influence of Chinese commodity financing deals (CCFD) on Chinese gold demand. An often perceived analysis is that CCFD have been inflating Chinese demand/import figures and thus balance the surplus of physical gold supply in China.Read this article
Silver Volatility Levels Near 10-Year Lows; Possible Trend Change On Horizon?
Published May 7, 2014 on Kitco
Silver prices are nearly unchanged on the year, underperforming the rest of the precious metals complex, and with its sluggish price action, options volatility levels are near multi-year lows.Read this article
Stunning Asian Gold Demand & A Surprise In Silver
Published May 9, 2014 on Kingworldnews
London metals trader Andrew Maguire spoke with King World News about the stunning Asian gold demand and a huge surprise in the silver market.Read this article
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