Manipulation of Gold and Silver Definitely Ends This Year – Harvey Organ

“You will see that you will go to sleep at night, and you will wake up the next morning and see gold bidding at $3,000 per ounce, and there will be no offer, and it will rise by $500 a day. It will come in 2014. They are running out, they don’t have it.”

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Why The Rigging Of The Gold Price Matters

The following article is by Alasdair Macleod via The Cobden Centre. It covers an important topic that is often discussed, but rarely questioned why? Why does the rigging matter and what are the implications? I have included some of the top comments from ZeroHedge as well.

In a radio interview recently I was asked a question to which […]

Is The Gold Bear Market Really Over?

I have made no effort to hide the fact that I am very bullish of gold.  I am, after all, writing this for a site called GoldStockBull, and in fact my debut submission to the site was a piece in which I make the case for $10,000/oz.+ gold.

But just because I am bullish long […]

Gold Seasonality Chart Points to Strong Gains Sept through February

The month of September has historically been the strongest for precious metals. Since the start of the current bull market, gold has averaged a gain of 2.6% during the month of September. This is typically followed by a smaller gain of 0.8% in October and then a few more strong months in November, January […]

By |September 2nd, 2014|Gold & Silver Commentary|Comments Off|

CFR Recommends Policy Shift that is Very Bullish for Gold

The “Foreign Affaird” publication of the influential and policy-setting Council of Foreign Relations made an announcement that could have huge ramifications for monetary policy going forward. In an article titled “Print Less but Transfer More: Why Central Banks Should Give Money Directly to the People,” the authors argue that the current quantitative easing and debt monetization […]

By |August 27th, 2014|Gold & Silver Commentary|Comments Off|

What Is So Compelling About Royalty Companies?

Over the past decade, the prices of precious metals have performed incredibly well.  However the companies that mine these metals have not had the same good fortune.  These companies suffer from a variety of issues, although the most pressing is rising production costs. It doesn’t matter that the gold price is up roughly $1,000/oz. over […]

Miner Spotlight: Banro Corp Bounces 20% After Securing $35M Funding

Our ‘miner spotlights’ will periodically highlight mining companies with significant news such as high-grade drill results, the release of economic studies, takeover rumors, insider buying or other events. This will allow subscribers the opportunity to perform their own due diligence and potentially identify mining stocks at the start of a new major uptrend. We […]

By |August 20th, 2014|Gold & Silver Commentary, Gold Stock Picks|Comments Off|

BRICS Countries are Going for Gold!

The IMF and the World Bank will soon face a powerful competitor as the BRICS nations have recently agreed to establish their own £50 billion Development Bank and $100 billion Currency Exchange Reserve for its members. How will this affect the dollar and the current price of gold?
Here’s the Back Story:
Brazil, Russia, India, China and […]

By |August 14th, 2014|Gold & Silver Commentary|Comments Off|

MarketWatch Analyst: Everything is Expensive Except Silver Miners

Arguments the stock market is “overvalued” are pretty common these days. But MarketWatch columnist Brett Arends raised eyebrows in a recent column in which he argues “valuations are higher today than they were at the peak in 1999-2000.”

The era was notable for its excesses, he says, but the heady valuations of the tech […]

By |August 11th, 2014|Gold & Silver Commentary|Comments Off|

Gold Investors Shouldn’t Fear Rising Interest Rates

Investors commonly assume that rising interest rates adversely impact the gold price, and vise versa.  They believe that a rising interest rate environment is indicative of a strong economy, which is supposed to drive investors out of gold and into the stock market.  They further assume that investors will want to exchange their gold, […]