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  I have tried to put a link in but for the last few weeks I cannot link on this site.  Anyway I watched 4 programs that I believe  everyone on this site should watch.  Both Max Keiser with Sandeep Jaitly.


Keiser Report E744


Keiser Report E746 from 11.40



and also Egon von Greyerz


Keiser Report E737    from   11.30     


Keiser Report E739    from   11.40

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HSBC WARNS: The world economy faces a 'titanic problem'


And one to laugh and/or get angry at:

How to end boom and bust: make cash illegal


But if notes and coins were abolished and the only way to hold money was through a government-controlled bank, there would be no escape

There is a fair number of comments under this one.

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Goldmoney reports


On this one please take special note of the open interest, the one thing I have noticed over the last 18 months reading Alastair Macleods reports is when open interest is high the Gold price will move. Whether it be a bear squeezer of a rally.





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SGT Report with Alasdair Macleod, Please take note of the in between the line comments of where the Gold price is going.  Also the comment about I'll buy Gold at $1000 is funny.


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This is doing the rounds on facebook. Not really worth us lot watching as the narrator sounds like he is explaining it to a five year old. So on reflection, bang on for facebook.


The image is funnish though.


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Every now and then I look at the ten year charts for gold and silver.

I ask myself , can gold do what silver has done and drop down to near pre-crisis / pre-QE levels.

Then I tell myself, I don't know.

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Did you listen to the youtube broadcast, it was a joke saying If Gold fell to $1000 I hope I would be wise enough to buy Gold.  The panel then replied well imagine if Gold fell to $500-$800 I hope i'd be wise enough be buy Gold.  The meaning is the said man ( Jim Rodgers) has been going around trying his best on all the media to spread a  negative message about gold.  They went on to say 'To be honest apart from Gold people and Asia the middle East Russia, mainly the west are negative Gold'  


Just reading the last sentence lets you know where the Gold price is going until something big happens.    


Of course Gold may go down to £300oz I was buying it then, there was VAT on it and the dealer margins were a lot higher.  The Pound has been devalued significantly since then so I would be very surprised, the total bottom I can now see would be $825 but at that price I don't think normal people will get any Gold, it will go to the rich and the well connected.  Remember Russia buys Gold at below $1200 and sells it above £1200


The charts are interesting and the Gold to Silver ratio is within the normal range if you go back up to 30 years.  Thats why the youtube comments are always historical ratios when silver was worth more.


 I call it the Amethyst syndrome  


Ever wondered why the Queen has so many of the stones that are not worth very much.




If silver becomes rare we could call it the reverse Amethyst syndrome.  

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