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American Gold Bullion

October 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Even though multitudes of American investors have lost faith in Wall Street and our nation’s banking system, they can still show their patriotism by purchasing American gold bullion, as they convert their wealth into precious metal diversification. Traditional investments in stocks and bonds have had their overextended course of contrived prosperity, now it’s time to [...]

Gold, Silver, Metal Prices: Commentary (10/9/2009)

October 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Jawboning (and More) by Proxy Good Day, Gold prices dipped to under the $1050 level overnight, and for the better part of Friday’s NY session, as interest rate hike-oriented comments by Fed Chairman Bernanke lifted the US dollar and dampened enthusiasm in crude oil and other commodities as well (such as copper). On Wednesday, we [...]

7 Factors to Remember When Considering Gold ETFs

October 5, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Tom Lydon (ETF Trends) submits: Gold investors can’t seem to get enough of gold-related ETFs. But why are gold ETFs so appealing? Investors are able to easily invest in gold through the use of ETFs and more are doing as inflationary worries rise and the dollar depreciates, writes Ben Baden for U.S. News & World [...]

Gold’s Record Monthly Close: Technically Significant

October 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Mark O’Byrne submits: Gold: Gold is down slightly this morning but still continuing to knock on the door and consolidating near the psychological $1,000/oz mark. The gold market will probably be relatively quiet until the release of US non- farm payroll data this afternoon. Depending on the figures, which are expected to be quite poor, [...]

Gold investment demand ‘soaring’

October 1, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Investment demand for gold is continuing to increase as a result of inflationary concerns, according to one expert. Barry Wainstein, global head of the foreign exchange and precious metals division at Scotia Capital, told the Toronto Star that many people are still worried about inflation, prompting them to seek out the safe haven properties of [...]

Inflation is Our Future

September 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The Daily Reckoning On one hand, the deflationists are claiming that given the extremely high debt levels in the West, further inflation is impossible. On the other side of the argument, many proponents of inflation are calling for Zimbabwe style hyperinflation. In this business, everyone is entitled to their opinion; however it is my contention [...]

The New Gold Buyer

September 29, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The Daily Reckoning “Gold is rising because the post-Breton Woods exchange rate system doesn’t work,” Eric Roseman, our colleague over at the Commodity Trend Alert, matter-of-factly declares. “More than ever, governments are piling up debts, as a result of bailing-out their respective banking systems. There is a price to pay for this profligate spending. And [...]

Three Innovative Ways to Hedge Inflation

August 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Mike Kane submits: There has been much conjecture over the last few weeks about what kind of environment we will see over the next few years- one that is deflationary, or one that is inflationary. There is no doubt in my mind that we will see the latter, due to our suffocating debt, fiscal irresponsibility, [...]

Dear Chancellor: Inflationary Facts

March 26, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Few empirical regularities are so well-documented as how inflation strikes…A DRAFT OF this week’s open letter – from Bank of England governor Mervyn King to UK chancellor Alistair Darling – blew in through BullionVault’s window from Threadneedle Street early this week… Dear Chancellor, The Office for National Statistics just published data showing that Consumer Price [...]

Inflationary Fire Insurance

March 6, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Inflation now looks a near-certainty. The only unknown is its timing…THE FLAMING EMBERS of inflation have already landed atop the thatched roof of American finance, writes Eric Fry in the Rude Awakening. And yet investors can still buy fire insurance on the cheap. In the next 1,373 words, we’ll examine a few of these “inflation [...]