Silver’s 13% Jump “Confirms” Recovery in Gold Even as T-Bond Yields Rise

Wholesale gold edged back from last week’s two-month closing high on Monday morning, recording its best London Gold Fix since 18th June above $1375 per ounce. World stock markets slipped, with Indonesia dropping 5.5%, as major government bond prices also fell, driving interest rates higher.

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Examining the HUI: Which gold stocks have held up best?

Over the past six months the HUI index, which tracks the performance of the largest gold companies, has fallen by 42.8%. However, of the 16 companies that comprise the index, several have held up somewhat better. This article looks at which stocks have held up better than the HUI and which ones might begin to do well if and when the price of gold begins to rise.

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“Short Squeeze” Fades in Precious Metals, Gold Miner Adds to Hedges, Contrarians Spot “Time to Buy”

The price of both silver and gold slipped back in London on Tuesday morning, cutting into yesterday’s rapid gains from 4-year and 1-month lows respectively. World stock markets stalled after hitting a series of near and new all-time highs so far this month.

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247Bull Investment Portfolio: 247Bull goes bargain hunting in the junior resource sector

For the past 18 months or more the junior resource sector has taken a tremendous beating. Over the past few weeks however, several companies within the sector have begun to form a base and now look attractive. This article provides the details of the companies we have purchased.

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Gritty Questions on the Historic Collapse: Part II

The current monetary system has a debt foundation, which is collapsing in lockstep with the breakdown in the sovereign bond market. The last 4 years have seen a long drawn-out unstoppable process, where the collapse cannot be avoided. This article addresses a list of critical gritty questions concerning the collapse.

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When Bridgewater makes a bet on stocks, commodities, oil & gold miners, investors should take notice

In both 2010 and 2011, Bridgewater was ranked the largest and best-performing hedge fund in the world. Therefore when they make bullish bets on stocks, commodities, oil & gold miners, investors should take notice.

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