Mark Mobius – Gold Prices to Rise in Long Term

Mark Mobius, executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, discusses Physical Demand Buying that will cause Gold to rise while the derivatives are causing the volatility.

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CatherineAustin Fitts-The Big Question is How Violent will Things Get?

Catherine Austin Fitts of Solari.com says, “I think bail-ins are coming . . . the big question is not will we be able to get out insured deposits. “I think gold is the greatest form of insurance you can have during this transition period.”

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Indications show silver is ready to rise faster than gold

The silver price was restrained yesterday, but indications are that it is ready to rise faster than gold now, says Julian Phillips.

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Inflation is rotten to the core – Regardless of what Fed says, prices are rising

This plethora of price hikes began a few months ago. It does not yet show up in year-to-year comparisons, especially those that exclude food and energy.

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Untangling gold at the Bank of England – Alasdair Macleod

The final and fatal mistake was to misjudge the massive demand unleashed as the result of price suppression. This was a schoolboy-error with far-reaching consequences we have yet to fully understand.

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Einhorn cuts bullion to invest in miners with equal exposure

In a conference call for his reinsurer Greenlight Capital Re Ltd., Einhorn said his optimism about gold “has not changed” & that his investment portfolio now had an equal exposure to gold miners & gold bullion. The position was not hedged.

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Not Even Close!

Presented with little comment aside to ask the rhetorical question – just what is the ‘value’ of the consensus?

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Sinclair – The Answers To The Questions You Need To Know

Wall Street wants Yellen as Chairperson of the Federal Reserve. President Obama wants Summers as Chairman of the Federal Reserve. 1. Which candidate would be more long term positive, fundamentally to gold? 2. Which candidate, if either, would be be…

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Chicago PMI Misses – New Orders, Employment, Production All Drop, Prices Paid Up

So much for that “priced in” strong start to the second half. All those expecting a major move higher in the Chicago PMI after its June plunge from 58.7 to 51.6 will have to defer their hopes for one more month, following the headline print of 52.3, …

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U.S. Dollar Heading for Monthly Loss

July 31 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on today’s top currency headlines. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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