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Gold Downside $850/oz; Upside Jump to $2,000/oz on ‘Grexit’

Gold Downside $850/oz; Upside Jump to $2,000/oz on ‘Grexit’

-Capital Economics chart-based analysis sees gold ending year higher at $1,400 per ounce
-Sees a remote possibility of gold falling to $850 per ounce
-A “Grexit” may cause gold to surge to $2,000 per ounce


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Julian Jessop from Capital Economics has written an interesting short piece on the company’s expectation for gold prices. It analyses golds performance, in four charts, against the US dollar, US treasury yields and expectations by investors for a Eurozone break-up.

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The first chart shows the inverse relationship between gold and the US dollar trade weighted index. As the dollar began its decline in mid-2010 it had a very close inverted relationship with gold. (more…)

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Gold Surges – Fed Loses “Patience” and Signals Loose Monetary Policies to Continue

Gold Surges – Fed Loses “Patience” and Signals Loose Monetary Policies to Continue

- Gold rose over 2% – Fed signals ultra loose monetary policies to continue
- Fed dampens expectation of a rate hike in June
- Yellen no longer “patient” – notes weakness in recent US economic data
- Fed knows that fragile, debt laden U.S. economy cannot handle higher rates
- Despite recent dollar strength, dollar vulnerable in long term
- Sole reserve currency status threatened in currency wars

Gold rose sharply following yesterday’s Fed announcement in which it was indicated that the Fed are unlikely to raise rates in June – although the possibility was not ruled out – due to the poorer economic data that has been emerging this year.

‘Helicopter Janet’

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Does The Dictionary Foretell Our Monetary Future?

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Originally appeared at GoldSilverBitcoin

Google is known as a massive technology company. Best known for its Search, Adwords, Adsense, Analytics, Google Books, Google News, YouTube, Google Voice, Google Maps and other products and services, something Google is not known for is financial advice, but that might be changing. (more…)

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Harvey Organ: Shanghai Drained of Silver, Bullion Banks Are About to Attack the COMEX!

Gold & silver expert Harvey Organ joins us this week for an explosive and power packed show discussing:

  •  Criminal collusion by the CFTC officials- how CFTC knew what was going on with gold & silver manipulation, and wanted to keep the price suppression game alive while China corners the market
  • More pain ahead for gold & silver?  Why Harvey believes the whacking will continue until the last ounce of gold and silver are gone
  • Shanghai silver drain accelerating- with stocks down 93% since 2013, Shanghai vaults will be BONE DRY by December!
  • Harvey predicts the bullion banks are about to ATTACK THE COMEX- does the long awaited PM default loom in 2015?

Click here for the SD Weekly Metals & Markets With special guest Harvey Organ on why the Bullion Banks are about to ATTACK the COMEX:

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When a surge isn’t a surge

Stacy Summary: I do appreciate a little context.


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Bloomberg: Russia Sanctions Accelerate Risk to Dollar Dominance

Stacy Summary: via Youri Carma, comes this headline from Bloomberg news.

Russia Sanctions Accelerate Risk to Dollar Dominance

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While no one’s suggesting the dollar will lose its status as the main currency of business any time soon, its dominance is ebbing. The greenback’s share of global reserves has already shrunk to under 61 percent from more than 72 percent in 2001. The drumbeat has only gotten louder since the financial crisis in 2008, an event that began in the U.S. when subprime-mortgage loans soured, and the largest emerging-market nations including Russia have vowed to conduct more business in their currencies.

“The crisis created a rethink of the dollar-denominated world that we live in,” said Joseph Quinlan, chief market strategist at Bank of America Corp.’s U.S. Trust, which oversees about $380 billion. “This nasty turn between Russia and the West related to sanctions, that can be an accelerator toward a more multicurrency world.”

It seems everything started going wrong for the American empire from 2001. I think future historians will mark that as the beginning of the rapid part of the end.

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Why are Maxcoin and Bitcoin superior over fiat printed money?

There are a lot of things wrong with fiat printed money like euro and dollar.  But this article doesn’t point out the downside of fiat money, but the upside of Maxcoin.

Maxcoin is a coin with big opportunities for everyone. Not only as a payment system, but also as an investment.

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Purchasing power of dollar is falling: why still use it?

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Maxcoin will replace Bitcoin and dollar

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Perth Mint Gold Coin And Bar Sales Advance in October On Price Dip

Gold sales from Australia’s Perth Mint, which refines most of the gold bullion from the world’s second largest producer, rose in October as a drop in prices to a three month low led to increased demand and the mint filled a backlog of orders. (more…)

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Turkey’s Gold Imports In 2013 May Surpass Record Over 269.5 Metric Tonnes

Gold is gradually being remonetised again in Turkey and this trend will soon be seen globally. Turkey’s regulators have been discussing planned legislation to enable customers to buy or sell gold at bank branches or transfer gold into other accounts, according to an Aug. 29 report in Milliyet, a daily newspaper.  (more…)

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