Category Archive: 6a) Gold & Bitcoin

The Fed Will Remain Gold’s Strongest Supporter For Years

In the early 1980s the Fed stopped the wage-price spiral and destroyed the gold price. Today main-stream economists have discovered that rising company profits compared to stagnating wages could an issue for the U.S. economy. For us this implies that the ultimate Fed goal will be to increase wages and inflation. Consequently the Fed has become the biggest supporter of gold and silver prices.

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Janet Yellen’s Fed Has The Makings Of A Potential Disaster

In 2013, President Obama nominated Janet Yellen to be the next Federal Reserve Chairman. We need to know what she stands for if we want to predict what the central bank will do to us next. Clearly, Yellen will continue Bernanke’s Quantitative Easing, but her papers and speeches show that she is quite different from her predecessor.

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Which Of The Six Major Fundamental Factors For Gold And Silver Are Still Positive? Which Are Not? (April 2013)

Having identified the 6 fundamental price factors previously we speak about the gold-silver ratio. We explain which fundamental factors speak for an increase of gold and silver prices and which don't.

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“SNB Concerned”: Does a Yes to the Swiss Gold Referendum Imply an End of the CHF Cap?

If the upcoming referendum "Save our Swiss gold" wins, the SNB must increase gold holdings from 10% to 20% of its balance sheet. Gold purchases and/or sales of fiat money implies an end of CHF cap.

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Seasonal Factors on Gold, the 19 February Short Trade

Gold came under pressure in early February when stock market strength but also U.S. gas prices rose. US purchases, however, help to improve foreign economies and therefore also the gold price.

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The List German Gold Transactions 1951-2012

The German Bundesbank decided to opt for full transparency of their gold reserves and their whereabouts since the second world war. Our details:

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Why Gold Is The Best Money Of Them All, a Look on Spreads

Keith Weiner of the US Gold Standard Institute makes clear that gold is the best money. It has the narrowest spread of all comparable goods, including the good we call money today, the dollar.

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Gold Tells the History of the 20th Century



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Why did SNB sell gold at cheapest prices? Stupidity?



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