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Wednesday
Sep092015

Gold’s Fate in the Hands of The Janet

Background

US Monetary policy has played its part and had an impact on many aspects of the financial markets including the precious metals sector. We have been through a period of Quantitative Easing whereby trillions of dollars were printed in an attempt to boost the economy after the great financial crash of 2008. The markets were then weaned off the money supply through a strategy known as tapering which gently brought about the end of money printing. Over this period gold prices have had a roller coaster ride reaching a new all-time high of around $1900/oz before falling back to the current level of around $1106/oz.

Update

The investment landscape is now in a state of flux as we await, as we do every month,

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Tuesday
Sep082015

The Most Important Geopolitical Trend of the Next Decade…Here’s How to Profit

The Most Important Geopolitical Trend of the Next Decade…Here’s How to Profit

By Nick Giambruno

The bloodbath was merciless.

In 1842, 16,500 British soldiers and civilians withdrew from Kabul, Afghanistan. Only one would survive.

It was the most humiliating military disaster in British history. The death toll sealed Afghanistan’s reputation as “the graveyard of empires.”

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Thursday
Sep032015

The Icahn bottom

Carl Icahn’s move into Freeport-McMoRan puts the shine on the mining sector as a bottom-fishing opportunity. It’s a theme that’s done the Internet and media rounds. Indeed, it’s hard not to cast the impending activism on Freeport as such a sign. That is, a sign of a savvy investor locating prey in a suffering sector.

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Wednesday
Sep022015

How to Make Sure the Government Can’t Freeze Your Bank Account

How to Make Sure the Government Can’t Freeze Your Bank Account

By Justin Spittler

If you wake up tomorrow and your bank account is frozen… what will you do?

You probably remember when the financial crisis in Greece was dominating headlines a few weeks ago.

For years, Greece spent more than it took in. This led to a financial crisis that looked like it might destroy Europe’s financial system.

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Tuesday
Sep012015

Money—How to Get It and Keep It

Money—How to Get It and Keep It

By Doug Casey

Editor's note: Casey Research founder Doug Casey literally wrote the book on profiting during economic turmoil. His book, Crisis Investing, spent multiple weeks as No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list and became the best-selling financial book of 1980. Today, he is one of the most entertaining and controversial newsletter writers in the world.

Doug believes America is headed for a huge financial disaster. In today's weekend Masters Series essay, he shares some of the ways to protect yourself and prosper in an economic crisis. Even if you disagree with Doug, this essay – originally published in June 2012 – will teach you plenty…

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Monday
Aug312015

12 Metals and Mining Stocks to Sell Now

For the current week, the overall ratings of 12 metals and mining stocks are worse, according to the Portfolio Graderdatabase. Each of these rates a “D” (“sell”) or “F” overall (“strong sell”).

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Monday
Aug312015

Gold, Oktoberfest And The Great Illusion

Oktoberfest

Today King World News is featuring a piece by a man whose recently released masterpiece has been praised around the world, and also recognized as some of the most unique work in the gold market. 

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Monday
Aug312015

Gold Coins vs. Bullion

Posted on August 31, 2015 by 

QUESTION:

Mr. Armstrong;

Because of the civil asset forfeiture laws I think I understand why you say own only gold coins before 1947 not bullion they can call cash. Am I correct?

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Saturday
Aug292015

Interest rate hike a tougher call after a volatile week in the markets

Janet Yellen

A week ago, it seemed almost certain: The Federal Reserve would raise its key short-term interest rate next month after holding it near zero for close to seven years. Policy makers, over the past few months, had signaled as much as the US economy continued to grow steadily and the unemployment rate continued to fall.

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Thursday
Aug272015

Why Stocks Could Fall 50% if the Fed Makes the Wrong Move

y Stocks Could Fall 50% if the Fed Makes the Wrong Move

By Justin Spittler

One of the most brilliant investors in the world just made a stunning call…

Ray Dalio is the founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund. Dalio manages nearly $170 billion in assets. He has one of the best investing track records in the business. When he speaks, we listen.

Dalio has been saying for a long time that governments and businesses around the world have borrowed far too much money. He thinks their high levels of debt have created an extremely fragile and dangerous situation.

The stats back up Dalio’s view. In the United States, government debt as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) is 102%...its highest level since World War II.

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