WEEK IN REVIEW: August 4-10

Published by Goldbroker ™ | Aug 9, 2014 | Press Review

Gold in the Starting Blocks
Published Aug 4, 2014 on Goldbroker by Léonard Sartoni

Much more than the daily economics news creating short-term volatility, the long-term fundamental trends will sustain the price of gold and keep its secular bull market, far from over, running. Gold’s rise is irresistible in the great correction cycle of Kondratieff’s Winter that started in 2000-2001.

Read this article

Interest Rates at their Lowest: Another Reason to Buy Gold
Published Aug 8, 2014 on Goldbroker by Philippe Herlin

It’s always good to own gold at all times, but especially when systemic risk is high, because gold cannot go bankrupt, it won’t go under. As far as safe preservation of capital for the long term, we can rest assured. As far as the yield... although gold does not pay interest, it has a price, a spot price that can go up a lot when assets and currencies are devalued or in crisis. So, finally, yes, gold can “yield” something and, at the very least, it protects your wealth. What could be better? Ask your banker!

Read this article

Dow/Gold Ratio Trend Change
Published Aug 8, 2014 on Goldbroker by Nick Laird

It is interesting to see gold rising while the global sharemarkets decline. We can measure these moves with the Dow/Gold Ratio.

Looking at the short term we see a trend reversal with a breaking of the wedge formation.

Read this article

Buy Signal with the Gold Price Oscillator
Published Sep 8, 2014 on Goldbroker by Nick Laird

With the price oscillator a move above 10 will see the gold price above 1400 & be a major buy signal.

Read this article

VIDEO: Geopolitics, the Big Reset, Gold and SDR
Published Aug 1, 2014 on Goldbroker

Exclusive interview with Julian D. W. Phillips (Goldforecaster.com) about gold, geopolitics & the big reset.

Read this article

Sowing the Seeds of the Next Depression
Published Jul 30, 2014 on Goldscents

In their infinity wisdom the Fed thinks they have rescued the economy by inflating asset prices and creating a so called "wealth affect". In reality they have created the conditions for the next Great Depression. Over the last two years the Fed has increasingly intervened in the market to prevent normal corrective moves.

Read this article

Gold Prices 1971 - 2014 in 3 Waves
Published Aug 1, 2014 on Deviantinvestor

Ignore the hype regarding gold, bonds, booms and busts, hope and chains, "shock and awe," stock market crashes, "money honey" commentary, and ignore the politicians. Don't obsess over High-Frequency-Trading and market manipulation. Instead, focus on the big picture as shown in the following chart of monthly gold, which has been divided into 3 phases since 1971.

Read this article

Financial Times Repudiates Explanation for Removal of Gold Manipulation Report
Published Aug 5, 2014 on Gata

In correspondence with GATA today the Financial Times repudiated its explanation to a subscriber last month that a report about gold market manipulation published by the newspaper February 24 was quickly removed from the newspaper's Internet site because it was "sensitive."

Read this article

Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts - And the Times, They Are a Changin'
Published Aug 7, 2014 on Jessescrossroadscafe

This seems to me to be one of those periods of very significant evolutionary change, that happen infrequently enough so that they do not seem to have much of a place in most people's models and mindsets.

Read this article

Central Banks Continuing to Boost Gold Reserves
Published Aug 5, 2014 on Mineweb

Many nations are accumulating gold reserves. We take a closer look at those countries leading the charge. Given the crisis in Ukraine and deteriorating ties with the West, Russia has been aggressively accumulating gold reserves.

Read this article

John Hathaway Recommends Buying Gold Like It's 1999 Again
Published Aug 4, 2014 on Goldsilverworlds

Investors should consider gold and gold exposure as an alternative asset class and as part of an overall portfolio. I would recommend that investors average their investment over time instead of buying all at once. The gold price is volatile and it's very difficult to get the low points. Averaging

Read this article

Cold War 2.0 Is a Financial War
Published Aug 5, 2014 on Moneymorning

Relations between the United States and Russia are now at their lowest ebb since the end of the Soviet Union on Christmas Day 1991. The situation will grow worse in the years ahead. The active war zones are the visible hot spots, but there is growing tension just beneath the surface as well.

Read this article

Russia Sanctions Accelerate Risk to Dollar Dominance
Published Aug 6, 2014 on Bloomberg

U.S. and European Union sanctions against Russia threaten to hasten a move away from the dollar that’s been stirring since the global financial crisis.

Read this article

How The Destruction Of The Dollar Threatens The Global Economy
Published Aug 8, 2014 on Zerohedge

The failure to understand money is shared by all nations and transcends politics and parties. The destructive monetary expansion undertaken during the Democratic administration of Barack Obama by then Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke began in a Republican administration under Bernanke's predecessor, Alan Greenspan.

Read this article

Big Banks Still a Risk
Published Aug 2, 2014 on Nytimes

Big bankers are usually good at arithmetic. But when it comes to assessing the benefits of their too-big-to-fail status, their calculators tend to go haywire. And yet, taxpayers have a right to know exactly how much their implied guarantees are worth to these huge and politically powerful institutions.

Read this article


Goldbroker ™  Editing Team

   

My articles


See our selection of gold and silver bullion

Shop Now