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Version 2.0: Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

Version 2.0: Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

22 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Gold will be trading at a ‘fire sale’ price and the mainstream media will no doubt go crazy. Especially when the stock market is hitting new all-time highs.

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How The Future of Warfare is Financial War

How The Future of Warfare is Financial War

20 August 2014 by MoneyMorning

The first financial war game… The weapons were nothing that would shoot or explode; you could only use stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities.

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Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

15 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson

There is a clear thirst for yield out there, pushing more and more people into the stock market. The chase for yield will likely mean a sell-off in gold.

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When Trouble is Brewing, Buy this Type of Stock

When Trouble is Brewing, Buy this Type of Stock

04 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

It’s likely you’ll only have a maximum of 50% of your wealth tied up in stocks. Most of those should be strong dividend paying stocks.

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Why the Resource ‘Super-Cycle’ is Still Intact

Why the Resource ‘Super-Cycle’ is Still Intact

14 July 2014 by MoneyMorning

The factors that have driven this resource ‘super cycle’ have not changed. Demand is increasing. Supplies are constrained. Currencies are weakening.

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Here’s Where Newcrest Mining is Going Next

Here’s Where Newcrest Mining is Going Next

11 July 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Newcrest Mining is Australia’s largest gold producer. It’s a top five global gold company by output. It trades on the Australian Stock Market for $11.24.

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Even Goldman Sachs Sees Opportunity in Emerging Markets

Even Goldman Sachs Sees Opportunity in Emerging Markets

04 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

In this case Goldman Sachs clearly sees what we see when it comes to China and emerging markets. The only difference is we’re after much bigger gains.

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Why the Newcrest Mining Share Price Rose Today

Why the Newcrest Mining Share Price Rose Today

20 June 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Shares of Newcrest Mining [ASX:NCM] continued their volatile run, rising 4.04%. Shares closed at $10.81 on Friday.

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A Technical Analysis of the Gold Price…

A Technical Analysis of the Gold Price…

09 May 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Everyone wants to know where is the gold price going next. but first, it’s important to understand why people buy gold

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The Gold Market’s Big First Quarter Surprise

The Gold Market’s Big First Quarter Surprise

16 April 2014 by Frank Holmes

A key driver in gold prices is the real interest rate environment — the real rate of return taking into account the level of inflation.

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Why I reckon the Gold Price will hit $1,425…

Why I reckon the Gold Price will hit $1,425…

10 April 2014 by Dominic Frisby

You’ll notice I’m taking a much shorter-term view of the gold price at the moment. However, there is a reason for this…

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The History of Debt, Money and Gold

The History of Debt, Money and Gold

03 April 2014 by Callum Denness

Up until 1914 gold was money. Money was not debt, it was not credit, it was simply gold. The gold standard ensured only the credible borrower got credit.

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Faber, Rickards, Robb and Duncan Go Head-to-Head at World War D

Faber, Rickards, Robb and Duncan Go Head-to-Head at World War D

02 April 2014 by Callum Denness

Marc Faber, Jim Rickards, Richard Duncan and John Robb got up on the stage to answer questions on topics ranging from Bitcoin, to China’s economy, to liberty.

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A Peek at the US Dollar on the Verge of World War D

A Peek at the US Dollar on the Verge of World War D

29 March 2014 by Shae Smith

The US dollar’s not sound.  The growth in credit and money supply, and shrinking gold stockpiles isn’t conclusive proof of this. But it does help explain just how out of balance things are.

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Stocks: Twice as Good as Gold

Stocks: Twice as Good as Gold

19 March 2014 by Kris Sayce

Stocks are the best way to build long term wealth. Gold is great. You should own it. But if you want to make real money, the best place to do it is in stocks.

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Looking too Hard at the Gold Price…

Looking too Hard at the Gold Price…

19 February 2014 by Kris Sayce

We realised a while ago that we were hopeless at predicting the gold price. We spent far too much time trying to analyse it. Gold is, after all, gold. That’s it.

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Buying Gold Miners

Buying Gold Miners

07 February 2014 by MoneyMorning

If I’d bought gold mining stocks a year and a half ago, I’d have lost my shirt. But that’s not stopping me from buying them now…

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Finding Gold’s True Value (part two)

Finding Gold’s True Value (part two)

22 January 2014 by MoneyMorning

Paul van Eeden, founder of Cranberry Capital, explains why the money supply created by the US Federal Reserve, doesn’t necessarily boost the gold price.

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Finding Gold’s True Value (Part One)

Finding Gold’s True Value (Part One)

21 January 2014 by MoneyMorning

The following is part one of an interview with Paul van Eeden, president of private holding and investment company Cranberry Capital Inc., who is well known for his work on the relationship between the price of gold and currency markets.

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The #1 Fact Gold Investors MUST Know, Is…

The #1 Fact Gold Investors MUST Know, Is…

13 January 2014 by MoneyMorning

It’s a rude awakening to gold holders. However, understanding this break in the trend is imperative for figuring out gold’s next move — up or down.

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Stocks Fly, Oil Rallies, Gold Flounders

Stocks Fly, Oil Rallies, Gold Flounders

23 December 2013 by MoneyMorning

A stronger market means higher stocks, more burnt crude, more iPads, more grilled tacos, and so forth. But there was a dunce in the corner…

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The Most Important Gold Chart in the World

The Most Important Gold Chart in the World

10 December 2013 by MoneyMorning

The most important gold chart in the world right now is the long-term look at the Dow/gold ratio – the Dow Jones Industrial Average priced in gold.

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Gold Investments Will Shine Again

Gold Investments Will Shine Again

09 December 2013 by Jason Stevenson

Gold as an investment is crucial. People underestimate its true value, which is investment portfolio protection! Gold will return and reward patient investors.

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Diggers and Drillers

After three years in the doldrums…

Aussie resource stocks
are now a raging BUY
 
The last time resource stocks traded this low we saw a two and a half year rally that saw them gain 124%...
 
Now they’re getting ready to do it again. Read on to discover why…and three tiny Aussie miners that could explode up many times higher than that in 2014…click here.

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