WEEK IN REVIEW: March 30-April 5

Janet Yellen: "Cash Is Not A Very Convenient Store Of Value"
Published Apr 3, 2015 on Goldbroker

When asked about negative rates, Janet Yellen admitted that "cash in not a very convenient store of value": Few Months ago, Alan Greenspan said: "Gold is a currency. It is still by all evidences the premier currency where no fiat currency, including the dollar, can match it."

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The Explored Reserves Of Gold Will Be Enough For 20 Years Of Extraction
Published Mar 31, 2015 on Goldbroker

The explored reserves of gold, diamonds and zinc will be enough for 20 years of extraction, according media reports citing a Goldman Sachs research. The explored reserves of platinum, copper and nickel will last for 40 years.

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Max Keiser interviews Egon von Greyerz
Published Mar 30, 2015 on Goldswitzerland

Max interviews Egon von Greyerz about QE, gold and the economic and financial disasters wrought by central banks.

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Will Gold Win Out Against the US Dollar?
Published Apr 1, 2015 on Casey Research

It is an essential impossibility to solve problems created by excess debt and artificial liquidity with more of the same. That's our credo here at Casey Research, and the reason why we believe the gold price will turn around and not only go higher, but much, much higher.

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Gold In Fed Vault Drops Under 6,000 Tons For The First Time, After 10th Consecutive Month Of Redemptions
Published Apr 3, 2015 on Zerohedge

According to the most recent earmarked gold data reported by the Fed, in the month of February another 10 tons of gold departed the NY Fed, following 20 tons in the month before, which if one assumes is merely the delayed relocation of gold previously demanded for delivery, has crossed the Atlantic and is now to be found in Frankfurt.

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Greece Said To Prepare "Grexit", Drachma, Bank Nationalization Plans
Published Apr 3, 2015 on Zerohedge

On Thursday morning, we took an in-depth look at what the progression of events is likely to be in the event a cash-strapped, negotiation-weary Greece finally, for lack of will or for lack of options, fails to scrape together enough cash to pay its creditors.

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Beware the Money Illusion Coming to Destroy Your Wealth
Published Mar 31, 2015 on Daily Reckoning

A money illusion sounds like something a prestidigitator performs by pulling $100 bills from a hat shown to be empty moments before. In fact, money illusion is a longstanding concept in economics that has enormous significance for you if you’re a saver, investor or entrepreneur.

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How Financial Repression Flattens Your Savings
Published Apr 2, 2015 on Goldbroker

When an over-indebted country is unable to reduce its deficit (or refuses to do it in order to continue financing its voting constituency) it exposes itself to market defiance and fleeing investors. In spite of that, in order to avoid this nightmarish scenario, it uses its sovereign power to force available monies to finance its debt at very low rates.

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