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Germany Ready to Destroy Its Economy Tomorrow

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Tomorrow, Germany’s Constitutional Court will rule on a major tax case that could devastate German business owners. There was no estate tax in Germany so businesses could pass from one generation to the next intact. That may all come to an end tomorrow.

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The Perfect Last-Minute Holiday Gif

Dear Reader,

Maybe you’re one of the many busy parents or grandparents who got so mired in the pre-holiday season that they didn’t have time to buy presents?

There’s a perfect way for you not just to save face, but to win the “Best Gift” award from your loved ones this year.

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Christmas Greetings

Here's wishing you a really great Christmas and a successful New Year

Bob , Sam and Joe.


Is 2015 The Year Miners Get Out Of The Rough? - Brent Cook

Kitco News launches its Outlook 2015 series with none other than Exploration Insights’ Brent Cook to find out how he sees the mining industry set up for the coming year. “I honestly think we’re going to have another rough year,” he says. “I think next year is going to be tough, but I also honestly believe it’s the best year we’re going to see to start leveraging into some of the better companies.” Cook also shares his thoughts on the gold price.

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Major Miner ‘Divesting’ Out of China – CEO Explains Eldorado’s Move


Eldorado Gold has aggressively pursued building mines in ‘tricky’ jurisdictions – in particular China.

But right now, Eldorado Gold is looking to restructure its ownership of the Chinese assets.

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Fade the Gold Short Squeeze Ahead of the FOMC

The over-hyped Swiss gold referendum led to volatile trading for the yellow metal last week. That continued into this week with safe haven buying after the announcement of an early election in Greece and the resultant short covering continued that volatility. However, it’s very plausible that the coming week will show gold with even greater swings.

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The Miners Bounce Back

The gold and silver miners put in a good today bouncing back with the Amex Gold Bugs Index, the HUI gaining 5% to close at 175. The clamour will be for the resumption of the bull market rather than a short squeeze which caught the bears having a nap.

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Why ECB QE Will Drive European Stocks To New Highs

The economy in the Eurozone is struggling at present and has been for some time now. Consistently low inflation has significantly increased the risks of deflation in the region. In response to this the European Central Bank (ECB) has taken unprecedented action by cutting interest rate to negative levels, and then dropping them again. On top of this the ECB has introduced quantitative easing (QE) to combat the economic risks of deflation and announced in their meeting last week that they are now preparing to increase these measures.

Notwithstanding the other effects that this action is likely to have, of which there are many, we believe that that this increase in QE in Europe will have a highly bullish effect on the European equities markets. The first reason for this is that the ECB’s QE has so far been, and is very likely to continue to be, targeted towards actually stimulating growth in the economy, in a similar way to QE3 in the US, rather than broad based actions that pumped money into the system to avoid a collapse as QE1 and QE2 did. This means the ECB’s new measures are likely to stimulate growth over the long term.

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Draghi says will not allow dissenters to block possible ECB action

(Reuters) - The European Central Bank will decide early next year whether to take further action to revive the euro zone'seconomy, its president said on Thursday, signalling that he would not allow opposition from Germany or anyone else to stop it.

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Russia's Monetary Solution

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The hypothesis that follows, if carried through, is certain to have a significant effect on gold and the relationship between gold and all government-issued currencies.

The successful remonetisation of gold by a major power such as Russia would draw attention to the fault-lines between fiat currencies issued by governments unable or unwilling to do the same and those that can follow in due course. It would be a schism in the world's dollar-based monetary order.

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