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The Market Gage – Precious Metals Mixed This Morning

February 2, 2015 “The Market Gage” features insights into the precious metals market from Roy Friedman. Roy has over 30 years of in-depth experience in all facets of precious metals.   Following the big sell-off on Thursday and respectable recovery on Friday, precious metals were weighed down in overnight trading as China released their weakest Read More

Almost 1,000 Tonnes of Silver Withdrawn From SLV Since December 1, 2014

by Ed Steer Yesterday In Gold & Silver The gold price rallied in early Far East trading on their Wednesday morning before getting capped in heavy volume around 2:30 p.m. Hong Kong time. It got sold down about six bucks from there, but once the noon London silver fix was in, the price rallied anew Read More

Maguire – Banks Panicking As London Gold Hub Implodes

From King World News Today London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World News that bullion banks are now panicking because the London gold hub is finally imploding. Maguire also warned the bullion banks are not the only one who are panicking. Below is what Maguire had to say in Part I of a powerful Read More

The Diversified Precious Metals Portfolio Softens Today’s Market Smash – PMC Ounce outperforms Gold and Silver

Market Observations By Chris Blasi – Neptune Global Holdings LLC For gold and silver investors, Halloween 2014 has been a harrowing experience. Following the hawkish tone within the FOMC’s earlier press release, the expected impact on the precious metals was played out in the bullion paper markets. The irony within the precious metals investment world continues, as the Read More

Stunning Amounts Of Euro, Asian, & Indian Gold Buying

Today London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World News that there is currently stunning amounts of euro gold physical buying taking place in London. Maguire also spoke about the staggering demand for physical gold elsewhere around the world. Below is what Maguire had to say in Part I of a series of interviews. Maguire: Read More

Overt Repression – Australian Scholar Says Futures Markets Suppress Commodity Prices, Keep Producing Nations Poor

by Ed Steer Yesterday In Gold & Silver The gold price got sold down a few dollars right at the 6 p.m. EDT open on Sunday evening in New York. It rallied back to unchanged within a few hours, but all four attempts to rally above unchanged during the Monday trading session were met by Read More