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Thursday
Aug252016

2016 Silver News August Edition

In 2016, touch screens are ubiquitous. The idea of a smartphone or tablet not equipped with a touch-sensitive, ‘swipeable’ screen is almost unthinkable. While the technology itself is well-established and reliable, there are a couple of issues that may limit future iterations of the much-used touch screen.

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Wednesday
Aug242016

Look At This Shocking Undervaluation In The Gold & Silver Markets

 

 

On the heels of gold’s biggest year-to-date surge in 36 years, look at this shocking undervaluation in the gold and silver markets.

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Tuesday
Aug232016

Investors Doubt That Fed Chair Yellen Can Raise Rates in 2016

They see almost no chance for a rate increase at the September or November Fed meetings.

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen may struggle later this week to convince financial markets she can steer a divided U.S. central bank to raise interest rates at least once in 2016

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Monday
Aug222016

Fed Admits Another $4 Trillion In QE Will Be Needed To Offset An "Economic Shock"

In a Fed Staff working paper released over the weekend titled "Gauging the Ability of the FOMC to Respond to Future Recessions" and penned by deputy director of the division of research and statistics at the Fed,

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Sunday
Aug212016

Silver Analysis : 22 Augst 2016

Of Trader Dan's World
Saturday, August 20th

As I have been noting of late, both gold and silver have been trapped in sideways trading patterns for some time now, meaning that there really has not been a whole lot worth saying about the price action in either metal.

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Tuesday
Aug162016

Hyperinflation is nigh so gold will go high

This coming autumn, we are likely to see the beginning of the hyperinflationary phase of the sovereign debt crisis. Hyperinflation normally hits an economy very quickly and unexpectedly and is the result of the currency collapsing. Hyperinflation does not arise as a result of increasing demand for goods and services.

The course of events in a hyperinflationary scenario can be summarised as follows:

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Tuesday
Aug162016

Will Ireland Be First Country In World To See Bail-in Regime?


Deposit bail-in risks are slowly being realised in Ireland, after it emerged overnight that FBD, one of Ireland's largest insurance companies, have been moving cash out of Irish bank deposits and into bonds.

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Monday
Aug082016

CRFB Calculates What Donald Trump's Revised Tax Plan Will Do To US Debt

Donald Trump

Following the release of Donald Trump's "original" economic plan, his opponents had a field day with his tax proposals and economic agenda, which according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB) would boost US Federal debt by $9.25 trillion from the tax cuts alone,

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Tuesday
Aug022016

Miner Fresnillo's CEO says silver has bottomed

 

 

Aug 2 Fresnillo Plc's chief executive said the price of silver had bottomed, and added the miner would report a stronger core profit in the second half than the first if prices remained at current levels.

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Friday
Jul292016

Doug Casey on “Brexit”

Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on “Brexit”

By Justin Spittler

Editor's note: It's been a month since "Brexit"…the historic event that wiped out more than $3 trillion from the global stock market in two days.

But what happens now?

Today, Casey Research founder Doug Casey breaks down what the decision means for Britain…and how it foreshadows some big changes in the world at large.


On June 23, the UK had a referendum in which 52% of voters opted to leave the European Union. I applaud Britain for leaving the corrupt, costly, and dysfunctional EU. It may be the best thing that’s happened to Europe since the end of World War 2. And, I think, it signals the start of some major new trends.

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