How QE and Stock Buybacks Reinforce Each Other
Published by Philippe Herlin | Mar 13, 2014 | Articles

Funny how the Fed and Big Business are not true to their primary function (guarantee the value of the money, invest and increase profits) and would rather manipulate the tools at their disposal, for which they are responsible, that must be used to establish objective measures (dollars, stocks)in the economy. They’re acting as if there were nothing else left than subterfuges with this depressing situation in the real economy...

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Gold's Role in Wealth Management, A New Golden Global Currency, Chinese Physical Gold Demand, No Recovery in the United States
Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 7, 2014 | Press Review

Gold's Role in Wealth Management, Gold Wars, Interview Fabrice Drouin Ristori From, Jim Rickards on dollar debasement, An Overall Look at the Gold Market (Part V) : The Trough of this Intermediate Bear Market in Gold Has Already Been Reached, Look For Staggering $570 Surge In Gold & 44% Spike In Silver, Germany, Russia, China & A New Golden Global Currency, Of Paper Money, Digital Money And Gold, Chinese Physical Gold Demand YTD 369t Up 51 % Y/Y, There is still no recovery in the United States!

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Gold’s Role in Wealth Management
Published by Dan Popescu | Mar 5, 2014 | Articles

As the monetary crisis accentuates, a radical shift in economic thinking and the role of gold in wealth management will occur. It seems illogical to me to consider debt (bonds) safer than a real asset having demonstrated its role of preserving value for more than 5,000 years.

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Was Gold in a Speculative Bubble?
Published by Dan Popescu | Feb 24, 2014 | Articles

The bull market in gold and silver that started in 2000 seems to have ended in 2011, and a bear market started in 2013. Was gold in a speculative bubble such as we’ve known in the ‘70s, or was it only in a cyclical bull market, itself part of a secular bull market, that would lead later (2014-2016) to a mania phase similar to the one in the ‘70s? With the help of Nick Laird’s excellent charts, let’s take a closer look at the characteristics of both periods.

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