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According to the recently released 2019 World Silver Survey, silver investment demand was significantly higher than analysts forecasted. How much higher? A lot, especially since the analysts stated that silver coin and bar purchases were expected to contract due to falling demand globally. However, when...
Turkey fudged its numbers and now the nation is down to only $11 billion in dollar reserves. Here’s more… by Harvey Organ of Harvey Organ Blog APRIL 18/GOLD DOWN $0.45 TO $1274.15//SILVER :NO CHANGE AT $14.99//FOR THE 5TH CONSECUTIVE TRADING DAY: A MASSIVE QUEUE JUMPING IN GOLD AS WE NOW...
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 -- Published: Thursday, 18 April 2019 | Print  | Disqus  By: David Chapman Coimbra, Portugal Not much happened this past week. The S&P 500 gained 0.5% while the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) was essentially flat. Gold was also flat but silver lost 0.9%. Here in Canada the TSX...
In the city which is arguably the central hub of the tech industry, there sure is a lot of crap on the streets. Here’s just how bad the problem’s become… by Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse Blog Sometimes the best metaphors come from real life.  Today, San Francisco has...
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Jim Rickards says to get ready for more deflation and slow growth. Here’s why… by Jim Rickards via Daily Reckoning In my 2014 book, The Death of Money, I wrote, “The United States is Japan on a larger scale.” That was five years ago. Last week, prominent economist Mohamed A. El-Erian, formerly...
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