15
Feb

Why I Am Not All In For Gold – Yet

Gold has bounced from the $1,050-$1,100 range it had traded in and moved up about $150 and I keep getting emails asking me whether I think the $1,000 mark can still be broken. For those who have followed my call for lower prices in gold, my advice has still been the same; dollar cost average into your allocation into precious …

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31
Jul

The Fed Takes Bronze in the Gold and Silver QE3 Race

I will go out on a limb, as I always do, and predict something most won’t expect to come tomorrow’s Federal Reserve decision on whether to implement QE3 or not. I don’t think they will. My reasoning is based more on credibility than it is on anything else. The Fed has to maintain the perception that they are in control. …

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28
Jun

Deflation, The Banking Crisis And Why Gold Will Rebound

For years now I have been listening to the inflation/deflation debate and unlike many of the gold dealers, I have been in the deflationary camp as I wrote about in my book Buy Gold and Silver Safely. The following articles can all be found at the Buy Gold and Silver Safely website. They detail my views as to why I …

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8
May

Is This The Bottom For Gold And Silver Prices?

While we are taking the brunt of the bad European news now, and gold and silver prices are taking a beating, the good news will be coming at some point between now and November as we gear up for the coming election. As long as the stock market continues to falter, Obama will indeed play the QE3 card. Since the …

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5
Oct

Monopoly Game Banking Versus Gold Insurance – Who Will Win?

The Monopoly game has been around since 1934. Ironically, the game of Monopoly came out at a time when the year before multiple banks had already failed and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had declared a nationwide bank holiday to keep people from withdrawing their cash from the banks and hoarding it. How convenient was it then for the banking elite …

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6
Sep

Only Precious Metals Can Prepare You For The Banking Crisis

What the heck is going on these days with the banks? More and more issues are arising with our nations banks causing concern for the investing public. On August 17, 2009 I wrote an article entitled The Banking Crisis is Far From Over. I wanted to make people aware of what was really going on in the banking industry as …

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23
May

Is Silver Still A Bubble at $35 An Ounce?

There was a Seeking Alpha author who wrote an article last week called; 4 Reasons Why Silver Will Continue to Deflate. His article was picked up by David Oldenburg, from The Online Money Show and then the live interview was posted on Seeking Alpha’s main page. So I had to respond to it. You can listen to the show and …

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12
May

Buying The Dip In Silver and More Conversations With CFA’s And Bubble Forecasters

Is silver a bubble? Or did we just experience a blow-off top from the highs a few weeks ago? This article is derived from a conversation I had recently in replying to an article on the financial website Seeking Alpha written by CFA, Michael A. Gayed called Silver: From First to Worst. I always enjoy my conversations with Michael as …

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15
Apr

4 Reasons There Will Be Future QE And A Higher Price For Gold and Silver

There has been talk of late that the Fed could put end to quantitative easing (QE) early. This article will address the probability of future QE and list four problem areas where the Fed may have to return to their hat and see just how many quantitative easing rabbit’s are left in it that can fool the investing public into …

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14
Feb

Many Financial Advisors Still Ignorant of Gold’s Place In A Diversified Portfolio Part 1

What the financial services industry did was take the stable asset of gold and tried to replace it with the U.S. dollar. The financial advisors were led to believe that the U.S. dollar is a “risk free” asset, when throughout history, only gold has never gone to zero in value.

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