02
Oct
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – Western Central Banks Curtailing Gold Sales and Other Central Banks Buying Gold

Gold rose yesterday despite continuing dollar strength and falling oil prices (gold closed at $880.80 up $6.80, while silver closed at $12.71 up 53 cents).

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01
Oct
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – Greenspan: Gold is “the Ultimate Form of Payment in the World” due to “Fiat Money in Extremis”

Gold fell yesterday as the dollar rallied (gold closed at $874.00 down $14.40 while silver closed at $12.18 down 75 cents). In after hours trading there was determined selling which pushed the price as low as $860 prior to rallying above the New York close and as high as over $883/oz.

In the titanic battle between the gold bulls and the gold bears, the gold bears and powerful selling entities have again won the short term battle.

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30
Sep
2008

”Vault staff are doing a lot of overtime this week” – A view from the LBMA Annual Meeting

Further news about the divergence of the futures and physichal bullion markets.

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30
Sep
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – “Gold Will Be Looked At In A Very Different Light Going Forward”

“Gold Will Be Looked At In A Very Different Light Going Forward”

Gold rose yesterday on bank failures and systemic fears in Europe and after the US Congress voted against the Paulson and Bush bailout plan (gold closed at $888.40, up $7.20 while silver closed at $12.93, down 45 cents).

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29
Sep
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – Institutional and Retail Demand to Create “Perfect Storm” for Gold and Silver Prices

Gold and silver rose slightly Friday (gold closed at $881.20 up $6.80 while silver closed at $13.38 up 19 cents).

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26
Sep
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – The Financial Times and Reuters on Increasing Gold Bullion Shortages

New World Financial and Economic Order

Gold and silver fell yesterday (gold closed at $874.40 down $13.30 cents while silver closed at $13.19 down 18 cents) despite the wider markets becoming increasingly nervous regarding the possible US bailout.

Oil rose but the dollar’s strength, despite the litany of increasingly bearish news confronting the world’s reserve currency, led to further profit taking and hesitancy by gold longs to take positions.

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25
Sep
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – Physical Demand Surges Internationally on Supply/Demand Fundamentals and Macroeconomic, Inflation and Systemic Risk

Physical Demand Surges Internationally on Supply/Demand Fundamentals and Macroeconomic, Inflation and Systemic Risk

Gold was flat while silver rose yesterday (gold closed at $887.70 up 90 cents while silver closed at $13.37 up 25 cents) as gold continued to consolidate near eight week highs. The COMEX October gold contract expires later today and there are significant levels of open interest between $890 and $910 which may see bullion constrained until the contract expires whereupon we may see further moves to the upside.

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25
Sep
2008

‘Hitler’s Gold Grab’

This fascinating, frightening and compelling video details the plundering of Austrian, Czech, Polish and other national gold reserves and the theft of German and european citizen’s (especially the Jews) gold for the Reichsbank.

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Gold was moved to a secret potassium mine in Merkers in Thuringia in the very heart of Germany.

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24
Sep
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – Gold’s Fundamentals Stronger Than They Have Ever Been

Gold’s Fundamentals Stronger Than They Have Ever Been Gold and silver fell yesterday (both by about 2% ) on profit taking before rallying again in after hours trading and then falling in Asia.

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23
Sep
2008

Gold Investments Market Update – Prospect of $1 Trillion US Annual Budget Deficit – Precious Metals Surge

Prospect of $1 Trillion US Annual Budget Deficit – Precious Metals Surge

Gold and silver surged again yesterday (up 5% and nearly 8% respectively) as the serious inflationary consequences of the Treasury’s unprecedented plan to buy up at least $700 billion of toxic assets was realised. Gold surged from $861.40 to close over $900/oz but has since given up some of its gains, likely on profit taking.