Technical analysis

Silver and Gold: Balancing More Than 100 Years Of Debt Abuse
Published by Goldbroker ™ | Jun 30, 2020 | Articles 1433

Debt is virtually the opposite of Gold and Silver. When debt is deflated, it provides the fuel for Gold and Silver to rise significantly in order to catch up. It is really the balancing of a mathematical formula; the balancing of debt-based monetary system abuse. We are still early in this “catch up”, and Silver and Gold is really still at a bottom when it comes to debt.

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$GOLD $VIX $SILVER $HUI: 2008 vs Now
Published by Stefano Bottaioli | Jun 16, 2020 | Articles 8762

This chart shows a comparison of Gold, Silver, VIX and HUI in 2008 and now. The extreme movements of volatility (VIX) have often accompanied movements of opposite sign in the precious metals. If we review the phase of extreme volatility seen in 2008, we find several similarities with the current phase.

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Why Gold?
Author Jim Rickards | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Jun 8, 2020 | Articles 1486

Why gold? That’s a question I’m asked frequently. It’s usually followed by a comment along the lines of, “I don’t get it. It’s just a shiny rock. People dig it out of the ground and then put it back in the ground. What’s the point?” I usually begin my reply by saying, “It’s not a rock, it’s a metal” and then go from there.

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The Largest Ever Physical Transfer of Gold
Published by Goldbroker ™ | Jun 2, 2020 | Articles 3103

The resulting record divergence in gold futures vs spot unleashed a flood of physical gold into the US as a record scramble by traders rushing to take advantage of this arbitrage opportunity by shipping bullion to New York sparked what Bloomberg said "may be one of the largest ever physical transfers of the metal."

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Total Catastrophe of the Currency System
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | May 13, 2020 | Articles 14622

Central banks and governments are now printing more money which makes it clear that we won’t see a voluntary abandonment of credit expansion. Instead, the world is now in the final stage of credit expansion which will lead to hyperinflation and “total catastrophe of the currency system involved.” Sadly this is totally unavoidable.

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