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Stewart Thomson: A HISTORIC Time For Gold

What matters is what US and Chinese investors believe, and they clearly believe that it’s time to go for the gold! by Stewart Thomson of Graceland Updates Graceland Updates 4am-7am https://www.gracelandupdates.com https://gracelandjuniors.com https://gudividends.com https://guswinger.com https://gublockchain.com Email: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] June 4, 2019 The powerful sell signals I have in play for US stock markets at my www.gusw...
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Buying Or Selling A House? These 3 Simple Reasons Say Housing Prices MUST Come Down

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Stitcher | RSS Are housing prices coming down, or will housing prices just keep on rising? Here are three super simple reasons that say prices MUST come down… Editor’s Note: Housing is only one of the topics we covered in today’s show, but since we feel this information is very important, especially to anybody who is considering buying or selling a house, we have included the standard podcast/MP3 format of t...
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China & Russia Prepare To Dump The Dollar, Agree To Bi-Lateral Trade In National Currencies

“I want to say something that may raise a few eyebrows, but I think some of these [US] sanctions are good or useful because they forced us to…” from Zero Hedge Just one month after conducting joint military exercises, Russia and China are set to sign an agreement which would boost the use of their national currencies in bilateral and international trade in an attempt to mmove away from the current dollar-denominated financial system, according to Russian state-owned news outlet TASS. It is plann...
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Simon Black: European Bank Just Offered Me A NEGATIVE INTEREST RATE To Borrow Money

In other words, the bank in Denmark just offered to PAY ME to take out a loan. Here are the details… by Simon Black of Sovereign Man [Editor’s Note: Today’s note was penned by one of our international contributing editors.] Yesterday I called my bank in Denmark, Nordea, and couldn’t believe what they told me… They offered to lend me money at MINUS 0.12% for a ten-year mortgage. In other words, the bank would PAY ME to take out a loan. Of course, as a Sovereign Man editor, I’ve written a lot abou...
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Craig Hemke: The Highs In Gold Are AHEAD Of US

Amidst rising global economic instability, central banks painted into a corner, and global stocks looking weak, Craig has some good news for gold investors… Craig Hemke interviewed by Chris Martenson on Peak Prosperity With the world re-entering a period of greater economic instability, with the central banks painted into a corner, with global stocks looking weaker by the day, the price of gold is starting to shine again. The yellow metal has recently hit all-time highs priced in a number of wor...
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Despite Russia's ties to China, Russian banks will sell rubles only for dollars, not yuan

China, Russia Urged to Continue Efforts to Defang U.S.-dollar Sanctions Weapon By Laura ZhouSouth China Morning Post, Hong KongWednesday, June 5, 2019 China and Russia should avoid using U.S. dollars in financial translations to minimise Washington’s ability to bully other countries into following its rules with the threat of sanctions, according to a top adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two nations have been keen to cut their dependence on the U.S. dollar for some time, and cont...
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Silver Market Trying To Regain Its Shine

On the heels of the recent rally in precious metals, the silver market is trying to regain its shine. Tarnished Silver Regaining Its ShineJune 5 (King World News) – From Dan Tobin at Citi: Silver is testing good resistance around $14.90 after a bullish break last week. Through there could open the way towards $16+ at a time when the market is stretched short and the US dollar could weaken. SHORT SQUEEZE?: Speculative Silver Shorts Near Multi-Year Highs Net non-commercial futures positions are n...
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Fund Manager: Warnings Have Been There For A Year, But We’re Told “This Time It’s Different”

Dave Kranzler says something, or some things, are starting to melt-down behind the scenes. Here’s why… by Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics “U.S. Officials Meet in Secret Over Junk-Loan Frenzy as Recession Alarms Flash” U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday led a secret meeting of top U.S. financial regulators on the risks to global markets from the recent surge in corporate borrowing…”No details were provided on the gist of the discussion, though according to the statem...
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HOLD-ON TIGHT: Silver’s Turbo-Charger To KICK-IN And BOOST PRICE

SD Midweek Update: Silver’s price is about to get a boost that will drop the naysayers’ jaws to the floor with shock and dis-belief. Here’s why… This is important to understand. What is? This is: Once the classic muscle-car, gold, takes off from the line, It’s a roaring, beautiful display of strength and power, but once the sleek sports-car, silver, takes off from the line, it begins with excitement and wonder which quickly turns into eye-popping amazement. Said differently, when gold’s price mo...
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Italy revives 'alternative currency' proposal

By Davide Ghiglione and Valentina RomeiFinancial Times, LondonWednesday, June 5, 2019 Debate is growing in Italy about the suggestion that a new domestic currency could be introduced by the government to pay its debts -- and the possibility that Rome's Eurosceptic coalition might use it to facilitate the nation's departure from the euro. Prominent members of deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini's ruling League party have floated the proposal -- which was endorsed by a vote in the Italian parliam...
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Jim Rickards: Wall Street And The New Cold War

While the trade war is important, it’s not the main event. The trade war is part of a much larger struggle. Jim explains… by Jim Rickards via Daily Reckoning The stock market seems to rise or fall almost daily based on the latest news from the front lines of the trade wars. When Trump threatens new tariffs and China threatens to retaliate in kind, stocks fall. When Trump delays the tariffs and China agrees to resume negotiations, stocks rise. And so it goes. It has been this way since January 20...
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Chinese & European Banks Are Falling Like Dominoes Now?

Now that a another and even larger Chinese bank is in trouble, this rising counter party risk between banks could mean that… by Jason Burack of Wall St For Main St Jason talks about another Chinese bank in trouble. This time it is the much larger, Bank of Jinzhou rather than Baoshang Bank. And now that a larger bank is in trouble, this rising counter party risk between Chinese banks could mean that Chinese banks stop lending to each other entirely without the PBOC guaranteeing all the loans. 1) ...
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Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Fed policy reversal is imminent

9:21p ET Tuesday, June 4, 2019 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: The Federal Reserve, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke writes today at Sprott Money, is trapped and cannot raise interest rates and "normalize" its balance sheet without worsening the turmoil already underway in financial markets. Fed policy, Hemke writes, will soon revert to interest rates cuts and "quantitative easing," monetary devaluation that should be good for the monetary metals. Hemke's analysis is headlined "Fed Policy Revers...
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China looks beyond U.S. Treasuries for dollar investments

By Abhinav Ramnarayan, Virginia FurnessReutersTuesday, June 4, 2019 LONDON -- China may be expanding its investments beyond U.S. Treasuries into debt issued by top-rated European and other government agencies, allowing it to keep its money in dollar assets while picking up some extra yield, bankers with knowledge of the matter say. At least four investment banking officials who deal with public-sector debt report a spike in interest from China in government-linked borrowers, who can offer an alt...
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India's gold imports in May jumped 49% on festive demand

By Aftab Ahmed and Rajendra JadhavReutersTuesday, June 4, 2019 India's gold imports in May jumped 49 percent from a year earlier to 116 tonnes as a correction in local prices during a key festival boosted retail demand, a government source said today. Higher gold imports by India, the world's second-biggest consumer of the precious metal, could support global prices that are trading near their highest level in three months, but also could widen the country's trade deficit and put pressure on rup...
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A Quiet Revolution Is Brewing As Social, Political & Economic Structures Fail

Politics as practiced in a bygone era of stability no longer offers any solutions to these profound disruptions… by Charles Hugh Smith via Of Two Minds Politics as practiced in a bygone era of stability no longer offers any solutions to these profound disruptions. I recently read a fascinating history of the social, political and economic context of the American Revolution: The Radicalism of the American Revolution by Gordon Wood. What is particularly striking is the critical role played by rap...
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Deutsche Bank gets to keep gold swapped by Venezuela

Venezuela Defaults on Gold Swap with Deutsche Bank By Patricia LayaBloomberg NewsTuesday, June 4, 2019 Venezuela has defaulted on a gold swap agreement valued at $750 million with Deutsche Bank AG, prompting the lender to take control of the precious metal which was used as collateral and close out the contract, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter. As part of a financing agreement signed in 2016, Venezuela received a cash loan from Deutsche Bank and put up 20 tons of gold...
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Russian banks consider exporting more gold

By Elena Mazneva and Yuliya FedorinovaBloomberg NewsTuesday, June 4, 2019 Russian banks are considering increasing gold exports after the central bank said it would buy gold only at a discount, a move that could pressure global bullion prices. The Bank of Russia made the change to its pricing policy this year, saying it would buy from dealers at a level slightly below the benchmark London gold price. It's part of a broader policy push to stimulate growth in the market for gold as a financial in...
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Where Does Gold Come From? (It’s Not What You Think And It’s Not So Secret)

If gold production is peaking and the mining companies aren’t exploring like they used to, then where is the new supply going to come from? by Simon Popple of Brookville Capital Where does gold come from? It’s not what you think! Gold is not formed on the Earth like diamonds and many other gems and minerals. In fact, most scientists believe that gold came to earth from outer space -in large meteorites that struck the planet millions of years ago. By studying ancient rock samples with high-preci...
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ALERT: Silver, Plus Investors Chasing (?) At The Fastest Pace Since The Global Financial Crisis

Here is an alert on silver, plus investors chasing (?) at the fastest pace since the global financial crisis. “Fastest Pace Since The Global Crisis”June 4 (King World News) – 3 great charts with comments, courtesy of Jesse Felder: Bloomberg: “Investors are chasing bond yields lower at the fastest pace since the global financial crisis on conviction that the Federal Reserve will cut borrowing costs to contain the fallout from trade tensions.” SilverWall Street Journal: “The price of silver has f...
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