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Big Banks Blatantly “Harvesting” Your Money! Got Physical Gold? (+2K Views)

When prices are set by companies that can profit by manipulating or rigging them, we’re screwed. This “harvesting” of our money in ever-more-creative and hard-to-detect ways is not just stealing by reaching a hand into our pocket and taking out money, but stealing in which banks can hit a few keystrokes and magically make whatever is in our pocket worth less. This is corruption at the molecular level of the economy - space age stealing - and it’s only just coming into view.

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Gold: Schizophrenia Reigns Supreme – Here’s Why

Gold is in a tough situation right now. It is an enigma and it is suffering from an identity crisis. It does not know whether it wants to be a commodity or a currency...sometimes its price reflects its position as a commodity and other times as a currency. These days gold is struggling with both these roles...and when it decides what it wants to be there will be a price adjustment. I believe that adjustment is coming soon and that it will take the price lower. Here's why.

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What Is Gold’s Role In An Investment Portfolio – If Any? (+2K Views)

There is a plethora of information available in all sorts of media that is negative about gold - gold is risky, volatile, a barbarous relic, and so on - but these arguments miss the point entirely, because they treat gold as an investment. To fully understand gold's role in an investment portfolio, we need a new mindset—a gold mindset - [and HERE it is].

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Gold Should Bounce Sharply Higher – Here Are 10 Reasons Why

Is it time to throw in the towel? Is the bull market in precious metals really over? I don't think so because my analyses suggest that nearly all of the fundamental factors that have been driving the gold price higher in the past decade have only strengthened in the past two years. Now that the correction has most likely run its course, I expect gold to bounce sharply higher. Here are 10 reasons why.

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Where On Earth Is the World’s Gold?

Within the planet’s crust, there is only 1 gram of gold for every 250 tonnes (550,000 lbs) of earth. Gold’s rarity means that finding economic deposits is extremely difficult. To understand how gold mining and supply work, we must first unearth how gold deposits form. This infographic, part two in our 2014 Gold Series, covers the full supply picture behind the yellow metal.

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$1,300-$1,400 Gold Is Unsustainable In the Long-term – Here’s Why

we believe that gold staying between $1,300-$1,400 is unsustainable in the long-term. The price might drop down temporarily, but the economics don't lie. Miners have to turn a profit in producing gold, and they can't do it at the current price if gold grades continue to decline and new discoveries aren't found and put in the pipeline.

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Noonan: “Gold Ain’t Going Higher – At Least For the Short Term” – and Here’s Why

Does the fast-fading world reserve currency [the USD] look like it is collapsing? A look at the performance of the U.S. Dollar Index does not suggest that it is, weak as it is. If the fiat dollar is not in danger of imminent “collapse,” or even breaking down, then gold does not have this event as an impetus for rallying higher. [Frankly speaking,] until that changes, gold ain’t going higher, at least in the short term.

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Gold? What Gold? The Great 56:1 Imbalance

So you think you own some gold because you own a gold ETF. Right? Think again! At best you share your gold with 55 other supposed "owners" What a sham the gold market is. An utter sham! Here's why.

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Goldrunner: Here’s My Take On All That Debt Ceiling Crap

All of the crap about the debt ceiling is really about plausible deniability, delivered as propaganda. Threaten deflation and austerity to make a big scene, and force the people to demand the debt ceiling be raised. This is all part of the “show deflation” at critical times when they want to print more aggressively with no blow back.

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