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Intense Physical Silver Demand, But Rising Shorts

Intense Physical Silver Demand, But Rising Shorts

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Silver reached a new 31-year high of $36.76 an ounce on Monday, extending its explosive run of price appreciation. Since last August, white bullion has gained over 94 per cent. Growing inflation concerns coupled with intense physical demand will likely lead to even ...

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Inflation and the Value of Gold Explained

Inflation and the Value of Gold Explained

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As the story goes, someone asked an economist how his wife was doing, and the economist answered "compared to what?"

Joking aside, this is one of the most important questions one can ask when dealing with many economic problems.

In recent times, with gold reaching ...

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Ingo Bischoff on Real Bills and Why They Are Not Inflationary

Ingo Bischoff on Real Bills and Why They Are Not Inflationary

Introduction: Ingo Bischoff is the president of the San Francisco School of Economics, a California non-profit corporation. He did his undergraduate work in Physics, Chemistry and Business Science and his graduate work in Economics. In his professional life, he was the CEO of a commercial printing ...

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Silver Market Boom Has Just Begun, Says Jeff Clark

Roman Baudzus writes --

Jeff Clark, editor of the Big Gold newsletter, told The Daily Crux in an interview that the rally in silver will likely continue in upcoming years. Three main factors are contributing to silver's strength.

Clark observed that the current rally is unique. Starting at a price ...

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John Perkins on His Best-Selling Book 'Confessions of an Economic Hit Man' and the Unsustainability of Modern Capitalism

John Perkins on His Best-Selling Book 'Confessions of an Economic Hit Man' and the Unsustainability of Modern Capitalism

The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with John Perkins .

Introduction:As Chief Economist at a major international consulting firm, John Perkins advised the World Bank, United Nations, IMF, U.S. Treasury Department, Fortune 500 corporations, and countries in Africa, Asia, ...

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Reflections on Capitalism - Part I

Reflections on Capitalism - Part I

A few years ago, I received a telephone call from a young female Ph.D candidate in psychology. She learned that I would be lecturing at a conference in S. Carolina, which she would be attending, and she wanted to meet me there – to discuss my becoming a consultant to her on her doctoral thesis. She ...

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Silver Price May Reach $40 in 2011, GFMS

Roman Baudzus writes --

Yesterday, the silver price reached a new three-decade high of more than US$34 per ounce. Although the stock markets, many agricultural commodities as well as platinum and palladium suffered heavy losses at the end of yesterday's trading session, the gold and silver prices ...

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Gold: An Objective Look at Subjective Value - Part 2

Gold: An Objective Look at Subjective Value - Part 2

In the end, the consequences of monetary folly have not been addressed but only postponed. The errors have not been cleared but merely covered up with money and false accounting. Money printing can buy time but not wealth. All roads lead to default and impoverishment of some sort. The only question ...

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Gold: An Objective Look at Subjective Vaue - Part 1

Gold is no longer the four-letter dirty word of years past. People see it with a mixture of unbelief, curiosity, greed and emotional animation. Yet, despite its five-fold increase in price in a decade, not to speak of the amount of press it has received, it is, in my view, largely misunderstood by ...

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