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Market Reaches Level of Exuberance

By Richard Giedroyc  Are stocks overpriced, or are gold and silver in coin as well as in bullion format following the value of equities in tandem? Some sources are suggesting that gold and silver are moving parallel to equities due … Continue reading

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Problems with China and India Gold Statistics

By Patrick Heller In last week’s column, I detailed various ways that official and unofficial reports of precious metals data (supply, demand, inventories, trading volume, etc.) are either kept secret, is misreported or is skewed so as to be misleading. … Continue reading

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The Bank of England Gold Sale Fiasco

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the decision by former British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown to sell the majority of the British government’s gold reserves, a process that took two years. At the time, we predicted that … Continue reading

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