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Stay in gold and cash advises ‘Currency Wars’ author Jim Rickards

Investors should play it safe and stay away from publicly-traded stocks that have more room to fall further, warns Jim Rickards, chief global strategist at West Shore Funds and author of ‘Currency Wars’. No goldbug…
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Wishbone Gold first to raise money in the City in a logical contrarian move

Australian-focused junior gold exploration and acquisition company Wishbone Gold has raised almost $400,000 in a share placing to finance its future expansion. The City of London is backing the sector at a time when gold…
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Posted on 28 August 2015 Categories: Gold & Silver, Personal Finance, SMEs

US dollar now looking over-extended and gold prices far too low?

Is the US dollar now looking over-extended, and by extension gold prices are far too low? Certainly news broken by zero hedge.com that China has been selling down its US treasury reserves over the past…
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Gold going to $50,000 in a hyperinflation to beat deflation repeats Jim Sinclair

Central bankers are starting to lose control over financial markets from China to main street USA warns veteran gold trader Jim Sinclair who once advised the legendary Hunt Brothers. ‘They got the dickens scared out…
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Chris Mayer calls the market bottom and lines up his bargain buys

Capital and Crisis editor Chris Mayer got the market correction right and is now lining up bargains for his portfolio, including selected gold and silver royalty stocks. What’s he buying and how quickly is he…
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Why gold was the best buy in 2008-9 crash and will be this time too

What was the best asset class to buy for the recovery that followed the 2008-9 crash in global financial markets? Step forward gold whose rise was only exceeded by silver. Precious metals not only delivered…
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Marc Faber still sees a bigger sell-off to come

Is yesterday’s Black Monday just a one-off or a signal of something far word to come? This could be the start of a much bigger unraveling of global asset prices amid higher interest rates. Marc…
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Gold rallies for a sixth day as equities crash and burn around the world

Gold was the only standout winner on Black Monday with prices initially dipping a little but then rallying for a sixth day in a row to $1,170 an ounce at the time of writing, almost…
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Commodities sink to lowest levels in 16 years on Chinese financial crisis

Commodities dropped to the lowest level in 16 years, joining a rout in global equities and emerging-market currencies on concern that China‚Äôs economic slowdown will exacerbate gluts of everything from oil to metals, reported Bloomberg…
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Panic gold buying as stock market set up for an ‘ugly’ autumn season

Open interest in gold hit its highest all year on Friday, said J.J. Kinahan, chief strategist at TD Ameritrade. US gold futures for December settled at $1,160 an ounce, having traded higher. Gold is starting…
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