North America
Buy & Sell Gold & Silver With North America's Most Respected Dealer
Singapore
Buy, Sell & Store Silver & Gold In Singapore's Unique Bullion Shop, Showroom & Bank Vault

Blackrock Swings for the Fences at Silver Cloud

400 Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand. Additionally, a 400 Bad Request error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request. Original link
8 Hits

India's central bank demands more enthusiasm for gold paperizing campaign

Scheme on Gold Monetisation to Get More Teeth By Ram SahgalThe Times of India, MumbaiMonday, August 19, 2019 The Reserve Bank of India's direction to all lenders to promote and publicise the Gold Monetisation Scheme from their branches underscores the intent of the banking regulator to make the scheme a success, said officials from two private banks. The RBI on August 16 directed all scheduled commercial banks (except regional rural banks) to promote the scheme, which was introduced on October ...
Continue reading
8 Hits

Papua New Guinea would keep some of its gold production and peg its currency to the metal

Wait until the IMF tells them it's against the rules to link your currency to gold, and unfortunately PNG is a member. But then why not resign? * * * Papua New Guinea Aims to Retain 30% of Exported Gold, May Change Currency Pegs By Jonathan BarrettReutersMonday, August 19, 2019 https://af.reuters.com/article/commoditiesNews/idAFL4N25F074 SYDNEY, Australia -- Papua New Guinea wants to retain at least 30% of the gold it currently exports as it transforms its economy under a new government leadersh...
Continue reading
8 Hits

GLOBAL CENTRAL BANKS MOVE TO KEEP THE PARTY ROLLING

They know the downside event could be something they don’t want to have to deal with… by Chris Vermeulen of The Technical Traders In this last segment of our multi-part research post regarding the US Fed and the global central banks, it is becoming evident that the fear of a further market contraction is resulting in the decrease in rates and the push for additional QE functions.  Our research has shown that the global economy has partially recovered from the 2008-09 credit market collapse, but ...
Continue reading
17 Hits

How modern monetary theory could spike a new bull cycle in gold

By Chad SlaterAustralian Financial Review, MelbourneMonday, August 19, 2019 The year is 2003 and a long argument has ensued over gold and inflation. Gold is trading at $US370 an ounce, having recently traded at lows of $US250. I am locked in a debate with an analyst colleague who is adamant that gold is going to soar on the back of the coming inflation from interest rates near zero. I have been lucky enough to work with a diverse range of personalities. Without naming names, one ex-sell side ana...
Continue reading
6 Hits

Lynette Zang: We’ve Now Entered The Awareness Phase In Gold

Lynette says the dollar price in gold is on its way to gold’s fundamental value. Here’s why… by Lynette Zang via ITM Trading Both China and the US are counting on consumption to create the inflation central bankers so desperately crave. But inflation adjusted real wages are actually down 9.8% since 2006, the last time the 10 YR and 2 YR yield curve inverted, which occurred briefly this morning. Of course, you remember it didn’t become visible to the public until 2008, but the warning was there. ...
Continue reading
15 Hits

Greyerz Just Warned The World Is Headed Down A Rabbit Hole Without A Bottom

As the world edges closer to the next crisis, today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE and historic moves in currencies just warned that the world is headed down a rabbit hole without a bottom. How Far Down The Rabbit Hole?August 18 (King World News) – Egon von Greyerz:  “How far down the rabbit hole will the world go? It seems that just like in Alice in Wonderland, things are getting more strange by the day. If it continues at this speed, the rabbit hole will soon becom...
Continue reading
13 Hits

2020 Could Be One Bubbalicious Year For The US Economy & Markets

The common denominator between now and the 1920s is a roaring stock bubble! by David Haggith via The Great Recession Blog Let’s take a look at how the average consumer is doing. I’ll call this typical consumer “Bubba” because I just read an article that claimed “Bubba’s doing better today than at any time since before the Korean War.” It disgusted me because I found it to be such a disingenuous set of lies wrapped in half-truths, all contrived to pacify the trickle-down peasants as that philoso...
Continue reading
18 Hits

Gregory Mannarino: Prelude To THE BIG ONE

The US president says all is well and we’ve got the strongest economy ever, however… by Dunagun Kaiser via Reluctant Preppers with Greg Mannarino The US president says all is well and we’ve got the strongest economy ever… ..Why then is Trump calling for an immediate and drastic stimulus rate cut? ..Why then is the Fed is planning to put in place an unprecedented rule to shore up the biggest banks, which they’ve been saving until economic risks are “meaningfully above normal?” ..And why is the US...
Continue reading
22 Hits

This year more than ever, gold and silver investors should join GATA in New Orleans

11:54a ET Sunday, August 18, 2019 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: GATA Chairman Bill Murphy and your secretary/treasurer again will be speaking at the New Orleans Investment Conference this year, and in the letter below the conference's organizer, Gold Newsletter Editor Brien Lundin, explains why you should join us there. The New Orleans Investment Conference is probably the most serious financial conference in the United States, even as it is held in what may be the country's most fun and interes...
Continue reading
4 Hits

Thom Calandra boosts his subscription offer to GATA supporters

11:47a ET Sunday, August 18, 2019 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Our friend Thom Calandra of The Calandra Report is boosting his offer to GATA supporters who subscribe to his financial letter. Those who subscribe by the end of this month will receive not only Thom's basic report but also his frequent TCR Collateral missives, which include material from his notebook about financial people, companies, and commodities. The most recent TCR Collateral e-mail is about "a mining executive who walks his ...
Continue reading
5 Hits

Pakistan government likely to introduce dollar-based saving scheme

By Shahbaz RanaThe Express Tribune, Karachi, PakistanSunday, August 18, 2019 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- In a move that could further weaken people's trust in local currency, the federal government may launch a new U.S. dollar-based saving scheme, which will entitle people to claim profits and encash saving instruments at future currency exchange rates. Depositors would be protected from capital losses caused by any further devaluation of the rupee, which has already shed its value by more than 50% i...
Continue reading
4 Hits

A $1.6 billion horror as people in Ghana can't get their savings

By Moses Mozart DzawuBloomberg NewsSunday, August 18, 2019 Isaac and Bless Boahen saved for months to fund her economics doctorate, but when the time came to cash in the investment, they were left empty-handed. The couple are among at least 70,000 investors who have become collateral damage from a cleanup of Ghana's banking industry. The crackdown, which reduced the number of lenders by a third and saw the closure of 23 savings-and-loans companies, also triggered a run on fund managers, who coul...
Continue reading
12 Hits

Worried Hong Kong residents are moving money out as protests escalate

By Steven Russolillo, Joanne Chiu, and Eli BinderThe Wall Street JournalSunday, August 18, 2019 Money is leaking out of Hong Kong as months of protests raise concerns about the city's future. The local currency has weakened rapidly since early July, a move analysts attribute partly to outflows. Some businesses say they are seeing money move abroad, and several individuals who spoke to The Wall Street Journal said they have either swapped money into other currencies or are considering doing so. ....
Continue reading
5 Hits

We Have A Long Way To Go In This Gold Bull Market

Gold’s 1980 inflation-adjusted high is around $2700, and gold is expected to take-out that level in this bull run… from Palisade Radio with Chantelle Schieven To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Chantelle discusses her career and what made her interested in economics and gold in particular. She feels that we are in a new bull market for gold that began in 2015. We have a ways to go in this bull run, and she expects that gold will ta...
Continue reading
17 Hits

QE (Money Printing) Is Imminent According To JP Morgan And Bank Of America

Silver DoctorsQE (Money Printing) Is Imminent According To JP Morgan And Bank Of America | Silver Doctors  /  Headlines  /  World News  /  QE (Money Printing) Is Imminent According To JP Morgan And Bank Of America
27 Hits

Rick Rule: Precious Metals Are Overbought In The Near-Term

Rick tells Bill Murphy, David Morgan & Craig Hemke that people are just a little too optimistic right now. Here’s what else was said… from GATA Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Philip Kennedy of Kennedy Financial today puts together a panel discussion of GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, Rick Rule of Sprott Holdings U.S., Craig Hemke of the TF Metals Report, and David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com, and they all seem very encouraged about the prospects for gold and especially silver. The discussion is ...
Continue reading
26 Hits

Alasdair Macleod: Six Things Boris Johnson Should Do To Turn The UK Around

Brexit is an opportunity to reset economic, monetary, and trade policies. The implications of getting rid of the EU millstone go far beyond October 31st… by Alasdair Macleod via Mises The Keynesian policy of stimulating an economy through a temporary budget deficit relied on deceiving economic actors into thinking there was more demand in the economy than existed. Like all confidence tricks, it eventually fails. Governments end up with perpetual budget deficits, which trend larger with every unr...
Continue reading
15 Hits

Panic In World Markets And A Brave New World

Here are a couple of things to think about after another week of panic trading in global markets. Global Stock Market PlungeAugust 17 (King World News) – Holger Zschaepitz:  “Global stocks have lost another $1.9 trillion in market cap this week as recession fears sparked by a further collapse in bond yields following soft China & Europe data & US-China trade escalations rattle investors nerves… (See below). PANIC IN WORLD MARKETS: Global Stock Markets Plunged Another $1.9 Trillion In Mar...
Continue reading
13 Hits

SILVER BULLETS? Nope, That’s .50 Caliber Lead Shot Right Through A 1 Kilo Gold Bar

Not silver bullets, but black-tip .50 caliber bullets. Let’s see what it can do to a gold bar! by Demolition Ranch *NOTE: I filmed this video around 3 weeks ago when the price of gold/oz was lower than today, making this bar worth $45,000. Today, since the spot value of gold has gone up the bar is worth $52,500 based on its weight. So the auction’s starting bid is at $52,500, which is the price of what that weight of gold is worth according to today’s spot price. I’m clarifying for the people th...
Continue reading
12 Hits