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Global Bond Yields Still Favorable For Gold Despite Hawkish Rhetoric
Published by Helder Mello Guimaraes | Jul 19, 2017 | Articles

The “normalization” of monetary policy, while plausible, may turn out to be a misnomer or even a pipe dream without much stronger growth and inflation. In their absence, long-term global bond yields are likely to remain below what would be considered “normal” in previous cycles, and downward pressure on gold prices likely weaker than in the past.

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A Tale of Two Gold Markets
Published by Gold Broker | Jul 12, 2017 | Articles

The gold rally that began on Dec. 15, 2016, is poised to continue despite the trauma of the flash crash. The crash represents a gift to investors. We now have a better entry point for what will still be much higher gold prices later this year.

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Silver and the Great Future of Mexico
Published by Gold Broker | Jul 10, 2017 | Articles

The present monetary system of the world, based on the dollar, is on its death-bed. A fiat currency –such as the dollar– cannot be replaced by another fiat currency. Therefore, the world will necessarily have to take up gold as the world's money; silver will doubtless complement gold as the world's money, because it has always done so throughout History.

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