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.

Gold Prices In Pounds and Euros Gain More as Economic Growth Falters in the UK and EU

Gold prices in pounds and euros as economic growth falters in UK and EU. Euro & pound gold tests multi year resistance; likely to surpass due to strong demand. Improved risk appetite sees stocks rise which may be hampering stronger gains for gold.

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Quantum Metal Lease #1 (gold)

Monetary Metals leased gold to Quantum Metal, to support the growth of its gold distribution business through retail bank branches. The metal is held in the form of retail Perth Mint bars.

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Store Gold Bullion In The Safest Ways Possible – Learning from Tragic Venezuela Today

– Store gold bullion in the safest ways possible and learn from Venezuela’s gold battle with the Bank of England and Trump’s White House – What in the world is happening to the people of Venezuela’s gold? – Why investing, owning and storing gold in safe way is important – What are the ‘7 Key …

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7 Financial Truths in an Uncertain 2019

7. Diversify, diversify, diversify – Truly balance your wealth 6. Avoid leverage and speculation and focus on saving and owning quality assets 5. Don’t make money the guiding principle for what you have or do 4. Own gold/ silver (in safest ways possible) & focus on value rather than price in $, €, £ etc … Continue...

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Gold Consolidates Above $1,300 After 1.2 percent Gain Last Week

Gold futures settled above $1,300 an ounce on Friday, with prices for the yellow metal at their highest since June as the U.S. dollar pulled back and investors eyed geopolitical turmoil and global growth worries. Rising gold prices reflect “political uncertainty” in the U.S., Eurozone, Venezuela and pockets of South America, as well as China-U.S. trade talks, said George Gero, managing director in RBC.

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Brexit – The Pin That Bursts London Property Bubble

Brexit – The Pin That Bursts London Property Bubble – Investors need a ‘Plan B’ to protect against Brexit, currency and many other risks – Brexit uncertainty is impacting Irish and UK consumers, companies and economy – London home asking prices slump and drop below £600,000: Lowest since 2015 but still very over valued – …

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Rising Interest and Prices, Report 13 Jan 2019

For years, people blamed the global financial crisis on greed. Doesn’t this make you want to scream out, “what, were people not greedy in 2007 or 1997??” Greed utterly fails to explain the phenomenon. It merely serves to reinforce a previously-held belief.

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Gold and Silver Prices To Rise To $1,650 and $30 By 2020

Gold To Outperform Stocks Again In 2019 As Has Done In Last 15 Years – Gold to outperform stocks again in 2019 as seen in 2018 and last 15 years – Gold and silver likely to reach highs over $1,650 and $28 per ounce – Gold likely to see 15% to 20% gains and silver … Continue reading »

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Surest Way to Overthrow Capitalism, Report 6 Jan 2019

One of the most important problems in economics is: How do we know if an enterprise is creating or destroying wealth? The line between the two is objective, black and white. It should be clear that if business managers can’t tell the difference between a wealth-creating or wealth-destroying activity, then our whole society will be miserably poor.

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Change is in the Air – Precious Metals Supply and Demand

Last week, the price of gold rose $25, and that of silver $0.60. Is it our turn? Is now when gold begins to go up? To outperform stocks? Something has changed in the supply and demand picture. Let’s look at that picture. But, first, here is the chart of the prices of gold and silver.

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Prepare for Global Debt Bubble Collapse with Gold and Silver

Prepare for a Global Debt Bubble Collapse in 2019 – Goldnomics Episode 10 – 2019 to see the political and economic uncertainty of 2018 continue and likely to deepen – Investors lulled into a false sense of security by politicians, brokers, bankers etc – Much “cheer leading” of the “economic recovery” narrative and by extension …

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2018 – Everything Bubble Starts Bursting

– Review of 2018: ‘Everything bubble’ started bursting – Stocks and many property markets have fallen sharply – S&P 500 -4.5%, Nikkei -8%, EuroStoxx 50 -12.5%, FTSE -13%, DAX -16.5% – Of 54 major stock market indices in the world, only 6 are higher (see table) – Global property bubble bursting – London, Sydney and …

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Gold and Silver Gained 2 percents and 3 percents Last Week While Stocks Dropped Nearly 5 percents

Gold acted as a safe haven last week and is again acting as a safe haven in December. It has performed well despite the rout in stocks in Ireland and globally. U.S. stocks including the S&P500 and Nasdaq were down nearly 5% last week, while gold was 2% higher and silver over 3% higher.

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“Fake Markets” To Lead to Global Financial Crisis? Goldnomics Podcast (Ep 9)

Fake Markets – Are we living in a new era? What are Fake Financial Markets and what effect do they have on the current inflated levels of global stock markets? What do they mean for stock market and bond market performance in the future? In this episode 9 of the Goldnomics Podcast, Stephen Flood GoldCore …

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Brexit and Global Discontent

Is Brexit a Massive Threat to Globalisation? As Theresa May heads back to Brussels today in a last ditch effort to renegotiate her Brexit deal in order to get it passed through the British Parliament, we take a look not just at the current state of DIS-unity but also ask the question – is Brexit … Continue reading »

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Secure Storage Ireland – Store Gold In The Safest Vaults In Ireland – Goldnomics Podcast Special

Do you wish to store gold in Ireland a highly liquid way in ultra secure, specialist gold vaults? We are delighted to announce that Irish, UK and international investors can for the first time store gold in professionally managed, secure, institutional grade vaults in Ireland. Store Gold In The Safest Vaults In Ireland GoldCore Secure …

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American Elections Farce as Politicians Ignore the Looming $121.7 Trillion Debt Crisis

AMERICAN ELECTIONS FARCE – IN TODAY’S VIDEO UPDATE WE LOOK AT YET ANOTHER ‘PUNCH & JUDY’ ELECTION WHICH ONCE AGAIN IGNORED THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM – THE INEVITABLE U.S. $121.7 TRILLION DEBT CRISIS AND THE GLOBAL $250 TRILLION DEBT CRISIS We briefly look at the outcome of the elections, how markets have reacted in …

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Bron Suchecki

Bron Suchecki, Precious Metals Consultant, Suchecki Consulting presenting at the 2018 Precious Metals Investment Symposium in Perth.

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Alarm Bells Ring and Gold Rises In October As Stocks and Property Fall Globally

In our latest video update, we consider the performance of markets in a volatile October. Stock markets globally fell sharply while gold acted as a hedge in all currencies, rising 1.7% in dollars, 4.4% in euro terms and 4.2% in sterling terms. Many political, economic and financial risks have been ‘bubbling’ away under the surface …

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What Can Kill a Useless Currency, Report 28 Oct 2018

There is a popular notion, at least among American libertarians and gold bugs. The idea is that people will one day “get woke”, and suddenly realize that the dollar is bad / unbacked / fiat / unsound / Ponzi / other countries don’t like it / . When they do, they will repudiate it. That is, sell all their dollars to buy consumer goods (i.e. hyperinflation), gold, and/or whatever other currency. Redemptions Balanced With Deposits No national...

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