An Increasingly Favorable Environment For Gold
Published by Laurent Maurel | May 18, 2021 | Articles 7688

For the time being, the breakout is contained, the gold prices are relatively controlled, and the figures for inflation and the value of the dollar ought to propel gold to greater heights, something that is not the case at the moment. This control of prices comes at a cost, however. Selling paper contracts on the Comex to keep the gold price from soaring is an increasingly costly move. The bullion banks have no choice, though: they must defend their short positions at any cost.

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Bitcoin vs. Gold: A Tired Debate
Published by Matthew Piepenburg | May 17, 2021 | Articles 1600

For the last decade or so, BTC has made many rich, and for the next decade or so, could make others even richer. That’s a speculative bet. Fine. But for the last 5000 years, and for many more to come, gold will do what it always does: Preserve your wealth when other assets and “currencies” can’t.

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Is Silver Heading to New Heights?
Published by Thomas Andrieu | May 11, 2021 | Articles 13705

Recently, the Silver Institute published its annual report. The report states that silver could rise by more than 30% in 2021, primarily as a result of the spike in demand. The unprecedented context of the crisis has shaken up the market, and seems to be bringing an end to a long, persistent period of under-valuing.

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Gold & Silver Technical Break Outs Just Starting
Published by Kevin Wadsworth | May 10, 2021 | Articles 1943

In this video, Kevin Wadsworth outlines the 30-year bond yields and the ever-increasing national debt. We're in some sort of final death and debt spiral. Unlike in the past, we can't raise rates so how this plays out is anyone's guess. Patrick Karim discusses how real rates compare with gold and how an end-game scenario may play out. He doesn't feel that equities can outperform gold for much longer.

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Gold Tailwinds, Fed Hot Air And Silver’s Inevitable Rise
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | May 4, 2021 | Articles 1338

In this video, Egon von Greyerz and Matthew Piepenburg address critical data points related to precious metal price conditions. Specifically, they discuss (and make sense of) ongoing shifts in inflation and yield data as well as the omni-present topic of unsustainable debt levels fictionally managed by central bankers via monetary expansion and yield/rate repression.

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