Category Archive: 6a) Gold and its Price

Main Author Keith Weiner
Keith Weiner
Keith Weiner is president of the Gold Standard Institute USA in Phoenix, Arizona, and CEO of the precious metals fund manager Monetary Metals.

Bron Suchecki @bronsuchecki Perth Mint: All that Glitters

Bron says , “The mint produces collectables like the Star Wars coins to attract collectors and people with an interest in the films. I don’t buy into the paper gold conspiracy to drive prices down. Of course there is manipulation, but not just on declines it happens during advances too. I don’t believe Chinese gold …

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Live Analysis Room Show 554th + interview Bron Suchecki

Join us for a unique Forex experience in the FXStreet Live Analysis Room. The #FXroom is being hosted by Dale Pinkert, long time and popular contributor on FXStreet. Trading in community. Know our Mastermind concept as we all edify each other 1+1=11 at http://www.fxstreet.com/webinars/live-analysis/ and chat with experts and traders. Don’t miss the interview with …

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A 14 Handle On Silver Again?! 1 Nov, 2015

The prices of the metals dropped by 20 bucks and 20 pennies this week. In other words, the dollar went up ½ milligram gold or 30 mg silver. It wasn’t the euro, which ended the week unchanged. It wasn’t the US stock market, which ended up seven bucks. What was it? ...

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Little Change to Supply and Demand Report 25 Oct, 2015

At the risk of being boring, there’s not a lot to say about the markets for gold and silver this week (and frankly being on a challenging travel itinerary, flying from Vienna to Sydney to give a keynote at the Gold Symposium this week, is part of it). There was a modest drop in the prices of the metals, $13 in ....

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Hedging in the Gold Miners

There are two ways to run a gold mining company. One respects the simple fact that it is producing money. It is not eager to trade its the money it produces for government paper, legal tender laws be damned. It keeps its books in gold, and produces and trades to earn more money (i.e. gold). This article is about the...

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And Then There Was None (Backwardation) 18 Oct, 2015

The dollar dropped about half a milligram gold, and 50mg silver. But who wants to read about the universal currency falling, failing? Few people are so barbarous as to think of the dollar’s value as being priced in terms a monetary metal. As all right thinking folks know, the value of these commodities ...

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Gold Bullion’s Outlook, Currency Reset & Asset Allocation with John Butler

Register Now for Webinar next Thursday and have your question answered by John Butler: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2239182188163807746 Gold’s Outlook For Year End 2015 and In 2016 Gold’s Performance in the Coming Years: 2016-2020 Coming Global Currency Reset Asset Allocation – How Much Gold? Owning Gold – How and Where?

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The Decline and Fall of Silver Backwardation 11 Oct, 2015

The gold price moved up $18. However, the silver price moved up 60 cents which is a much bigger percentage. The silver community is getting pretty excited. A market trend will often begin when a small number of traders learn something new. As they begin buying (or selling), the price begins to move. Others become aware of the ....

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Silver Price Spikes, But What Demand 4 Oct, 2015

For a few frenzied minutes, while everyone was sleeping, the price of silver spiked 56 cents. Well, at least the West Coast of America was sleeping. It began at 8:30 in New York, where presumably most traders were not sleeping. And of course, it was afternoon here in London (where Monetary ....

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Pure Gold and Soggy Dollars

We’re going to be introducing some new formats. One of them is quick article links, with the good ones labelled Pure Gold and the bad ones labelled Soggy Dollars. Pure Gold When a Fed-induced boom turns to bust: “In the lynch-mob....

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Prediction: Gold and Ratio Up, Stocks Down 27 Sep, 2015

The price of gold moved up moderately, and the price of silver moved down a few cents this week. However, there were some interesting fireworks in the middle of the week. Tuesday, the prices dropped and Thursday the prices of the metals popped $23 and $0.34 respectively. Everyone can judge the sentiment prevailing in gold...

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Price Moves and Term Structures 20 Sep, 2015

The prices of the metals moved up a bunch this week, with gold + $32 and silver +$0.55. We have seen some discussion of gold backwardation in the context of scarcity, and hence setting expectations of higher prices. That’s good, as the swings from contango to backwardation and back ....

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Invitation: Event in London Oct 2

You are cordially invited to a discussion of the economy, markets, interest rates, commodities, speculation, investment, and of course the monetary metals and our unique approach to valuing them. This seminar was successful in New York on Sep 11, and all the seats filled up. Here is the agenda. ....

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Gold, Silver, and Horse Betting Report 13 Sep, 2015

Consider the sport of betting on the sport of horse racing. It’s actually similar to the analysis of the gold and silver markets. How’s that? First, there is the manic-depressive crowd. Sometimes (as we are told—we don’t hang out at race tracks) the bettors sometimes get overly excited about a horse...

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Dem Ausland ausgeliefert, wegen Gazprom – Danke, Eveline #NOT

Nun sind wir also bereits soweit in der Schweiz, dass man sich nur schon durch die Auswahl seiner Aktienpositionen suspekt macht. Heute habe ich von der Swissquote Bank SA folgende Nachricht erhalten, die sich auf meine gehaltenen Aktien Aktienrechte...

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Peter Regli – unwissend? ferngesteuert? verblendet?

Peter Regli, Divisionär ausser Dienst (a D), ehemaliger Unterstabschef Nachrichtendienst der Schweizer Armee (USC ND), ehemaliger Leiter des Nachrichtendienstes der Flieger- und Fliegerabwehrtruppen, ehemaliger Assistent in der Schweizer Botschaft in...

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Armeediskussion: “Reihen schliessen” – das falsche Rezept

Verordnete Einigkeit ist der falsche Weg in der aktuellen WEA-Diskussion. Es braucht die ehrliche Auseinandersetzung mit den Kritikern. Die Ablehnung des Gripen steckt vielen Offizieren, aber auch dem VBS, noch in den Knochen. Zum ersten Mal versenkt...

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Das Gold-Gschichtli der SNB

Dem Jahresbericht 2014 der SNB entnehmen wir ab Seite 63: Lagerung der Goldreserven Gemäss Art. 99 Abs. 3 der Bundesverfassung hält die Nationalbank einen Teil ihrer Währungsreserven in Gold. Die Nationalbank gab im Frühling 2013 bekannt, dass sie 30...

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The Six Major Fundamental Factors that Determine Gold and Silver Prices

Gold and silver are the most complicated assets to price. Stocks, currencies, commodities mostly depend on their fundamental data, supply and demand. Gold and silver, however, are priced indirectly.

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Vieles wird teurer doch das Deflationsgespenst bleibt am Leben

Die SNB wird nicht müde, uns vor der bösen Deflation zu warnen und die Inflationserwartungen tief zu halten: SNB: «Deflationsrisiken nochmals zugenommen» – Handelszeitung, 11.12.14 Mittelfristige Inflationserwartungen weiterhin tief und stabil – SNB,...

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