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China’s “Very Aggressive Program Of Gold Buying” In Motion Right Now – Frank Holmes

By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Mike Gleason: This is Mike Gleason with Money Metals Exchange. We are fortunate today to be joined by Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at U.S. Global Investors. In 2006 Mr. Holmes was named Mining Fund Manager Of The Year by the Mining Journal. He is the co-author of … Continue reading

Doug Casey: How You Could Make 10, 20, Even 50 Times Your Money In The Coming Gold Mania

By Doug Casey, Casey Research Regular readers know why I believe the gold price is poised to move from its current level of $1,250 per ounce to $1,500…$2,000…and eventually past $3,000. Right now, we are exiting the eye of the giant financial hurricane that we entered in 2007, and we’re going into its trailing edge. It’s … Continue reading

David Morgan: Silver Supply Under $16 Is Limited; Serious Backlash Coming If Futures Market Breaks

By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Mike Gleason: I’m happy to welcome back our good friend David Morgan of TheMorganReport.com and author of the book The Silver Manifesto. David it’s a pleasure to talk to you as always, how are you? David Morgan: I’m doing well, thank you for having me on your show. Mike … Continue reading

This Is the Reason Stocks Haven’t Fallen …Yet

By Justin Spittler, Casey Research The bull market is on its last leg… As readers know, U.S. stocks began a historic rally seven years ago. From March 2009 through December 2014, the S&P 500 soared 204%. This bull market is still “technically” alive. The popular definition says a bull market ends when an index falls 20%. Since … Continue reading

Short Commodities, This Rally Will Falter: Goldman Sachs

“Goldman Sachs Group Inc. predicted a rally in commodities from iron ore to gold will falter and forecast copper and aluminum prices will slide as much as 20 percent over the next year,” Bloomberg says. According to the news agency: Any increase in raw material prices will prompt more supplies to enter the market, making … Continue reading

Investors Buy Gold ETFs At Record Pace [Chart]

By Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist What were the three most popular investments over the last month? If we’re judging by ETF inflows, the three areas that investors piled into were precious metals, government bonds, and low-volatility equities. Notably, it was gold ETFs that set a new record with their highest monthly inflows in eight years, as investors … Continue reading

Beijing On Massive Gold Buying Spree

China’s gold imports have surged over 700 percent since 2010 and the country remained the world’s biggest consumer of the precious metal last year, according to the latest data from Hong Kong. In 2015 the country imported almost 1,000 tons of gold, compared to about 100 tons five years ago. China was followed by India which … Continue reading

Infographic: Gold’s Biggest Winning And Losing Streaks

Gold has started 2016 in “hot” territory. Up 5% in just under a month, the yellow metal is one of the only bright spot shining in a sea of market volatility. However, a 5% rise over the course of a month is nothing for gold. Since it began trading freely in 1971, the metal has … Continue reading

Infographic: 3 Major Reasons For Gold In 2016

Presented by: Advantage Gold This year looks to be another one of increased volatility as the market see-saws in different directions. Here are three compelling reasons why 2016 may be the perfect time to add gold to your portfolio. 1: “STAY THE COURSE” Financial experts often mention that “buying and holding” stocks through good and … Continue reading

China’s Gold Imports From Hong Kong At The Highest Levels Since 2013: The Yellow Metal Logs Best Price In 3 Months

  China’s imports of gold from Hong Kong surged 67 percent to the highest level in more than two years in December as stock market turmoil and anticipation of a further weakening in the nation’s currency spurred demand for a haven, Bloomberg reports. Net purchases rose to 111.3 metric tons from 66.8 tons a month … Continue reading

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