Gold & Silver

Sharp selloffs naturally freak out traders crushing any bullish sentiment. Serious gold down days are nearly always driven by heavy speculator selling in… by Adam Hamilton of Zeal LLC Gold plummeted last Friday, dragging silver and their miners’ stocks down with it.  That was reminiscent of another brutal down day in early November.  While certainly
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But relax: have a cracker ‘n schmear, perhaps even a beer, and we’ll try to relate to making it all clear. To be sure — given all that we and you from here to Kalamazoo fundamentally understand about Gold – its moving lower in the ongoing financial environment makes nary a wit of sense whatsoever.
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The taxpayer is backstopping more credit risk than ever… by Doug French via Mises What clear-eyed mortgage underwriter would sign on to a thirty-year loan at less than 3 percent? After all, in Las Vegas, for instance, the unemployment rate in November was 11.5 percent, second highest in the country. The city’s main engine, tourism, has
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If you don’t discern any of these dynamics in the present, what are you choosing not to see?  by Charles Hugh Smith via Of Two Minds If you don’t discern any of these dynamics in the present, what are you choosing not to see? The reason why history rhymes is that humanity is still using Wetware 1.0 and
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In the short term, gold & silver remain under pressure from a paper futures perspective. The dreaded lower low remains on the table for… by David Brady via Sprott Money It looks like massive stimulus is finally upon us and the only question is how big it will be. The Biden team is considering up
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After acquiring TMAC Resources, Agnico Eagle (TSE:AEM) still intends to keep its exploration budget elevated. On Friday CEO Sean Boyd recorded Kitco Roundtable podcast with correspondent Paul Harris and mining audiences manager Michael McCrae. Agnico Eagle operates Canadian Malartic, the nation’s largest gold mine. The company is a top ten gold producer, having produced 1.7
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I know, right? It sounds too good to be true, but it’s not. And here’s a little spoiler: It’s also not silver, or gold, or even copper… ***** SPECIAL NOTE: THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. THIS IS JUST SOME BABBLING IDIOT SHOUTING “THE DOLLAR’S FALLING, THE DOLLAR’S FALLING”, AND AS SUCH, DO NOT LISTEN TO
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Silver’s punch was far more noticeable… by  J. Johnson via JS Mineset Great and Wonderful Friday Morning Folks,       Gold reached close to, then up to $1,856.60 then was pelted back (both times) with London doing what it always does, slamming the prices before Comex opened with the trade now at $1,847.90, down $3.50 after
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Preparedness is entering a new era…  by Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper For as long as I’ve been involved in preparedness, it’s revolved around a combination of skills and stuff – but mostly stuff. Go to just about any website, including my own, and you’ll see gear reviews, cupboards full of food, flashlights, generators,
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[embedded content] An artificially boosted economic recovery will come by spring time, but the equities markets are still in danger of a sharp pullback, said Gerald Celente, publisher of the Trends Journal. “It’s going to be a dreadful winter for the economy. The gamblers are going into the emerging markets. I believe that we’re going
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A new initiative was launched, just in time for the holiday shopping, offering a 10% cashback from the state to citizens who make their purchases with… by Claudio Grass via Claudiograss.ch The latest front of war on cash   Together with Germans and Greeks, Italians have long been the most stubborn and steadfast of Europeans
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Agricultural commodities are on fire, and a market driven by inflation is different than a market driven by earnings… by Peter Schiff of Peter Schiff Podcast Agricultural commodities are on fire.Nobody needs bitcoin.A market driven by inflation is different than a market driven by earnings.Tech currying favor from Biden administration through conservative censorship. [embedded content]
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If COMEX silver shoots all the way to $38 or so in the first half of the year, it’s not out of the question that price could move toward…  by Craig Hemke via Sprott Money News Well, here we go again. It’s January, so that means it’s annual forecast time—that time of year when I
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Chris Titze Imaging/Adobe Stock The Renewables Monthly Metals Index (MMI) rose 2.7% this month, as Toronto-based First Cobalt signed multiple refinery feedstock agreements. (Editor’s note: This report also includes coverage of grain-oriented electrical steel, or GOES.) First Cobalt signs refinery feedstock agreements Toronto-based First Cobalt announced Tuesday it has achieved a “key milestone” with new
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As the pace of government spending increases, a situation could emerge in which the… by Frank Shostak via Mises For most experts a key factor that policymakers should be watching is the ratio between actual real output and potential real output. The potential output is the maximum output that the economy could attain if all
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