03.22.23- Has gold finally caught fire?
Stephen Flood

This morning gold moved above $2,000/oz. The previous intraday high (seen in 2020) was $2,080. If you saw our recent interview with Patrick Karim then you might be recalling his comments that aclose here on a monthly basis would signify a break of a trend line going back to 2011. This, of course, would be very bullish.

I spoke to Dave Russell about what has been going on, these last couple of weeks:

So where are we at? It’s been over a week since the millennial of the banking world, Silicon Valley Bank, ‘stunned’ markets by filing for bankruptcy and setting off a chain of events that has sent financial markets from one firestorm to another. Read More

03.21.23- Crash About To Get MUCH Worse
Harry Dent

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03.20.23- Banking on Disaster
Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

On Sunday, March 12, regulators shut down the Signature Bank. They reason they gave for doing this is incredible. They said that the entire financial system night collapse if they didn’t. What kind of insane system is it in which a run on one bank can cause such a disaster? The crisis shows once more that the great Murray Rothbard was right. We need to end the Fed and fractional reserve banking and restore the gold standard. Then the financial system will be safe from collapse. Read More

03.18.23- Watch These 3 Gold Indicators Now
Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA

Last week we wrote about the inevitable bullish fundamentals for Gold.

Recent events that followed our editorial signal that the inevitable is moving closer to imminent.

Due to bank failures, a pending hard landing, and the like, the Federal Reserve will have to cease its rate hikes and ease policy amid not moderate but relatively high inflation. Read More

03.17.23- Gold Nears $2,000
as Banking Turmoil Continues


Gold prices continue to rise as investors look for safe haven assets amid fears of further market volatility following Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse and the Swiss government’s emergency loan for Credit Suisse.

The precious metal was trading at $1,936 on Friday afternoon, having started the day at $1,921 – reflecting a hefty bump-up over the week from its opening position of $1,879 per ounce on Monday. Read More

03.16.23- Silicon Valley Bank Collapse: Just How Safe Is The Banking System?
Matthew Piepenberg

Bank runs, Fed policy and Gold.

On Wednesday, March 8, 2023, Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) announced a $ 1.8B loss from the sale of investment securities.

Investors and depositors got spooked, withdrawing an estimated $42B+ in cash within a few hours–approx 25% of total SVB deposits, leaving a negative cash balance of $1B by Friday, March 10. Read More

03.15.23- What Will Irresponsible Governments
Do to Precious Metals?

Peter Reagan

Precious metals will surge “because governments are irresponsible”

Remember silver? In one of Dominic Frisby’s analyses, he referred to platinum as “the other precious metal.” It feels like silver has filled that role in recent weeks and months. Everyone’s obviously watching gold as the global economy crumbles. There was the big correction in platinum to the upside and palladium to the downside. For as volatile as silver is supposed to be, it’s done surprisingly little in comparison. Read More

03.14.23- Gold's crisis-driven surge halted by rising U.S. bond yields
Bharat Gautam

Gold fell on Tuesday as a rise in Treasury yields took the shine off its recent rise that was driven by the U.S. banking crisis, while an uptick in U.S. inflation in February raised more questions than answers on interest rates.

Spot gold fell 0.3% to $1,907.73 per ounce by 10:58 a.m. EDT (1458 GMT). U.S. gold futures dropped 0.2% to $1,912.10. Read More

03.13.23- And Now, for Something Entirely Different: Inflation Smokescreens
the Economic Dumpster Fire

Brandon Smith

The inevitable outcome was clear for a decade at least, but in the run up to the Covid lockdowns there were many economists in the corporate media that outright denied the reality of an inflationary or stagflationary crisis. Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, Paul Krugman and a host of journalists claimed that concerns about inflation were “overblown” and that the Federal Reserve had everything under control.

Some might say they were ignorant. Read More

03.11.23- Tesla Will Be Begging for Silver as Shortage Ramps Up
Daniela Cambone

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03.10.23- Why Credit Needs a Golden Anchor
Alasdair Macleod

This article examines the relationship between credit and its anchor in value. Today, that anchor is fiat currency, which is both parochial and unstable. Historically, and in law it has always been gold.

It is a common error to think of credit in a narrow sense, without realising that officially recorded credit in the form of banknotes and deposit accounts with the commercial banks are only a minor part of the total credit in an economy. This article takes a holistic view of credit. Read More

03.09.23- MIND-BLOWING Facts About
Gold & Silver Markets

Mike Maloney and David Morgan

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03.08.23- $2 Quadrillion In Global Debt Looms Over The Markets, Paper Assets Could Implode
Egon von Greyerz

The Next Few Years Will be Tough, Understanding the Critical Role of Gold

In this thirty-minute interview with Chris Waltzek of GoldSeek Radio, Matterhorn Asset Management (MAM) founder, Egon von Greyerz, covers a wide swath of global financial issues—from inflated asset bubbles and macro inflationary forces (and hence declining currency power) to stressed pension funds, fantasy CBDCs and unsustainable debt levels. All of these factors serve as an ultimate and inevitable tailwind to precious metals. Read More

03.07.23- How To Invest In Gold Like The Wealthy
Peter Reagan

Surprise! Wealthy gold investors don’t have any secret methods

CEO World magazine is written with a specific readership in mind: Chief Executive Officers. These individuals have climbed to the top of the corporate ladder and tend to be rewarded quite well — $1.3 million per year overall, or an average of $18.3 million per yearif they’re lucky enough to run an S&P 500 corporation. These are high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs). Read More

03.06.23- $13,000 Gold? This Guy Must Be Crazy!!!
David Morgan

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03.04.23- Weekend Rant: Cross Road Blues in the Time of Biden
MN Gordon

I went to the crossroad, fell down on my knees
I went to the crossroad, fell down on my knees
Asked the Lord above “have mercy, now save poor Bob, if you please”

– Robert Johnson, Cross Road Blues

Unelected Bureaucrat

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has a dreadful job.  He lords over tens of trillions of dollars.  Yet he only pockets $190,000 a year – a fraction of what most CEOs make.  Still, he calls it fair. Read More

03.03.23- And Now, for Something Entirely Different: The Bogeyman Is Loose!
Brian Maher

Rumors swirl… that an abominable bogeyman has risen from the grave… and that he is hot for blood.

He is the scourge of Washington. He is the dread of Wall Street.

This fee-fi-fo-fum’s return — if the sightings can be authenticated — would have markets wriggling in exquisite torture.

What precisely is this creature? And why is he now climbing from the grave? Read More

03.02.23- This Relic is Ready for its Close-Up
Sean Ring

One of the highlights of my week is the Paradigm Editorial Call.

All the big boys are there; Byron King, Ray Blanco and Dan Amoss… to name a few.

Jonathan Rodriguez always arrives armed with reams of statistics.

Ace options trader, Alan Knuckman, keeps us from straying too far into pessimism. I’ve learned truckloads about options and attitude since Alan started joining our call. To paraphrase Don Rickles, “Alan is the best; just ask him!” Read More

03.01.23- Would ChatGPT Buy Gold
As an Investment?

Phillip Patrick

If you want to be wowed by technology (or terrified of it), ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence bot that has become wildly popular in the last couple of weeks, is worth a look. This software has, almost single-handedly, inspired a new speculative frenzy in tech stocks.

I may be a little late to the party, but I thought it would be worth taking a few minutes to see whether ChatGPT could replace a Birch Gold Precious Metals Specialist. Read More


02.28.23- The Gold Investor’s Best Friend: This 500-Year-Old Law
Peter Reagan

Thomas Gresham and the case for gold investment

I think about Gresham’s law a lot. Back in the day of the first Queen Elizabeth (1533-1603), her banker, Sir Thomas Gresham, made an observation about currency debasement:

Bad money drives out the good. Read More

02.27.23- Gold gains as dollar rally cools,
but rate-hike fears linger

(Reuters) - Gold prices ticked up on Monday on a pullback in the dollar, although worries around further interest rate hikes from the U.S. Federal Reserve kept bullion near a two-month low.

Spot gold rose 0.5% to $1,818.89 an ounce by 10:08 a.m. ET (1508 GMT). U.S. gold futures were also up 0.5% at $1,825.70.

The dollar index fell 0.4% after hitting a seven-week peak, making bullion less expensive for overseas buyers. [USD/] Read More

02.25.23- Can Gold Push out the U.S. Dollar as International Tensions Come to a Boil?
Stephen Flood

As the Russia/Ukraine conflict continues to intensify, the risk of deglobalization only grows. Amid escalating tactics from both sides, Vladimir Putin has issued nuclear warnings, while President Joe Biden has been rallying allies in an effort to defend democracies. All this is happening as gold makes its own appearance in this equation, being at the centre of new sanctions and driving a shift away from U.S. dollar hegemony.

In this post, we will explore how gold is playing a pivotal role in this conflict and how that could shape the future of global stability. Read More

02.24.23- Gold Investors Still MIA
Adam Hamilton

Gold's sharp selloff this month has been driven by a confluence of factors. Entering February short-term overbought, a couple surprise events ignited big gold-futures selling. Then the US futures regulator failed to report speculators' positioning, breaking the feedback mechanism limiting excessive selling. But the main reason those futures guys have been able to run amok is gold investors are still missing in action. Read More

02.23.23- Gold Prices Are Knocking On The Door Of New Record Highs
Jesse Felder

When it comes to technical analysis I subscribe to the KISS philosophy: Keep It Simple, Stupid! The more complex it gets, the more the study of charts and price patterns loses its usefulness, in my opinion. In this vein, I’ve noticed a very simple stair-step pattern in the trend of gold prices over the past 25 years or so. Prices move higher until they reach a ceiling, denoted by a descending trend line, at which point they consolidate for a time. During bull phases, like that seen from 2002 to 2011, these consolidation periods don’t sustainably violate the prior trend line; during bear phases they do. Interestingly, these trend lines have created a series of parallel lines that can help to identify support and resistance areas for future consolidation ranges. Read More

02.22.23- Gold Futures Stealthed
Adam Hamilton

Gold has been hammered lower in recent weeks by what looks like heavy gold-futures selling.  Normally these hyper-leveraged speculators’ positioning data crucial for gaming gold trends is reported weekly.  But unprecedentedly as far as I know, that has gone dark since late January!  The gold-futures trading bullying around gold prices is now stealthed, which is troubling and likely contributed to gold’s sharp selloff. Read More

02.21.23- When Gold Breaks Above $2000,
it May Never Look Back

AG Thorson

When gold broke above $450 in 2005, prices never looked back. I see a similar outcome as possible when gold prices break above $2000, once and for all.

Before we get into the charts, let’s take a quick look at interest rates and macro. Read More

02.20.23- Sprott Money Precious Metals Monthly Projections - February 2023
Chris Vermeulen

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02.18.23- Silver, at key times, remains the
"best inflation hedge"

David Morgan

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02.17.23- Gold’s Return as Money
Alasdair Macleod


Recently, I have written about the signals emanating from Russia that President Putin is minded to re-adopt sound money by returning to some sort of gold standard. We do not yet know the details, but consider what he said at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum in June last year: “Caught in the inflationary storm, many nations are asking, why bother exchanging goods for dollars and euros when they are losing value right before our eyes? Indeed, the economy of imaginary wealth is being inevitably replaced by the economy of real valuables and hard assets." Read More

02.16.23- Billionaire John Paulson:
You Need Gold, Not Dollars

Peter Schiff

Billionaire hedge fund manager John Paulson said you’re better off owning gold than dollars.


Because he thinks the dollar is set up for long-term depreciation as the world drifts toward dedollarisation.

Paulson talked about the dedollarisation trend in an interview with journalist Alain Elkann. Read More

02.15.23- No “North Star” for a Global Economy Drifting in Unsustainable Debt
Egon von Greyerz

In this latest conversation with Elijah Johnson of Liberty & Finance, Matterhorn Asset Management principal, Matthew Piepenburg, ties together the evolving themes of debt, credit market distress, currency failures and gold pricing.

Looking first at the UST market, Piepenburg argues that Treasuries matter simply because debt matters, and debt, by every metric, has passed the Rubicon of sustainability. The obvious distortions (and recessionary signposts) within the Treasury market are made clear by the inverted yield curve and the recent declines in the USD’s relative strength as measured by the DXY. Read More

02.14.23- Gold price is going to $2,200 as central banks break the global economy -
Degussa's Thorsten Polleit

Neils Christensen

The  gold market continues to struggle below $1,900 an ounce; however, long-term, one analyst said that there is still plenty of value in the precious metals space, and it's only a matter of time before gold and silver go higher as investors underprice the risk of a recession this year.

In an interview with Kitco News, Thorsten Polleit, chief economist at Degussa, said that he expects gold to continue to shine through 2023 as investors look to protect their purchasing power and hedge against growing economic uncertainty. Read More

02.13.23- Gold Prepares for New Record Highs
David Brady

In a podcast with Tom Bodrovics at Palisades Radio this week, I discussed among other things the pending change in the calculation of the CPI going forward. The plan is to reduce the “Owner’s Equivalent Rent”, or “OER”, which reduces the overall CPI going forward. It comes on top of favourable year-over-year comparisons that should lead to lower CPIs ahead. This is important because reducing inflation is suddenly the primary focus of the Fed and the White House after the Fed previously called it “transitory”. The Fed is still planning on getting the CPI down to 2% on a year-over-year basis, and now it looks like they could get there—or at least a lot closer to it—sooner rather than later. The headline December number was 5.7% and it’s expected to fall to 5.5% in January. Read More

02.11.23- China Buying Gold
for a Very Important Reason

Martin Armstrong

Of course, the Goldbugs always misinterpret a rally in gold. The buying coming from China is in preparation for war – not bullish gold for the sake of gold. I have warned that if war was coming, then you will see China start to sell off US Treasuries. You certainly do not fund your adversary’s war against yourself.

China was buying aggressively during January, but they have backed off slightly. January was simply the standard 3-month reaction. The strong gold buying from China corresponded to China’s accelerated selling of U.S. Treasuries. Read More

02.10.23- Russia to remove euro, only keeps yuan and gold in National Wealth Fund
Ding Gang

Russia's finance ministry said will reset the share of euro in its National Wealth Fund (NWF) starting from this year, leaving only gold, Chinese yuan and rubles, Russian media reported on Thursday. 

It not only means the drastic change to Russia's sovereign reserve structure as a strategic power, but also directly promotes the internationalization of yuan to a higher level, analysts claimed, noting that such move will also result in further de-dollarization. Read More

02.09.23- Silver Price Forecast: $44 - $50 Silver Following Breakout
John Rubino

The silver price chart is as constructive as we could ask for in expectation of a rapid price appreciation starting in late-2023 and lasting through 2025. Upon a triggering of the current trading pattern, silver will target a price zone of $44 - $50 per ounce. Investors should use any price weakness over the coming months in either silver or high-quality silver miners to prepare for a rapid price appreciation starting later this year.

Silver’s Short-Term Bull Flag

Silver’s short-term trading pattern is known as a bull flag, so named for its resemblance to a flag on a flagpole. Read More

02.08.23- Bloomberg’s Gold Investment Advice
Is Spot On

This week, Your News to Know rounds up the latest top stories involving gold and the overall economy. Stories include: Is gold finally breaching into the mainstream? then gold investment trends and records and gold as a “proof of time.”

Bloomberg is now offering gold investment advice

Do Bloomberg’s readers really need a primer on gold investment? Aren’t they all experienced economists and investors who know every asset inside and out? Judging by Bloomberg’s latest step-by-step gold investment guide, we’d say not. It almost seems as if a new group of investors might be getting interested in gold. Read More

02.07.23- Keeping Wealth Safe

Since before the days of currencies, people have sought to keep their wealth safe – to store it where it wouldn’t be stolen from others. In the 1970’s, I became the first jeweller that had existed in my country (the country had been a backwater until that time, but was developing rapidly). That made it necessary for me to import precious metals from Johnson Matthey in London on a regular basis.

At that time, local banks stored little or no precious metals and that meant that a safe storage location was needed for the ever-increasing inventory of precious metals. It became necessary for us to lease an old bank premises with a sizeable walk-in safe. Read More

02.06.23- Welcome To The Death Spiral
John Rubino

Gold bugs and other long-suffering critics of fiat currency and endless credit expansion have for decades been predicting that soaring debt would eventually blow up the financial world. 

As the story went, governments with unlimited printing presses would spend and borrow too much, forcing their central banks to keep interest rates unnaturally low to make interest costs manageable, which would encourage even more credit growth, causing inflation to spike, and so on, until everyone loses faith in fiat currencies and the misbegotten things fall to their intrinsic value of zero. Read More

02.04.23- 2022 was strongest year for gold demand in over a decade — report
Richard (Rick) Mills

Demand for gold has reached its highest in over a decade on the back of colossal purchases made by central banks, as well as vigorous retail investor buying and slower ETF outflows, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Tuesday.

Annual gold demand jumped 18% to 4,741 tonnes, almost on a par with 2011 – a time of exceptional investment demand, the WGC said in its 2022 Gold Demand Trends report. The strong full-year total was aided by record Q4 demand of 1,337 tonnes. Read More

02.03.23- The world's largest silver producing countries in 2022 - report
Vladimir Basov

According to preliminary estimates, global mine silver production in 2022 increased by 4% to 26,000 tonnes. Mexico was the largest silver producing country, followed by China and Peru. 

According to preliminary data released by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), global mine silver output was 26,000 tonnes in 2022, which is 4% higher compared to 2021 (25,000 tonnes). Read More

02.02.23- Massive SILVER SQUEEZE
Is Coming In 2023!

David Morgan

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02.01.23- Gold demand surged to an 11-year high in 2022 on ‘colossal’ central bank buying
Elliot Smith

Gold demand soared to an 11-year high in 2022 on the back of “colossal central bank purchases, aided by vigorous retail investor buying,” according to the World Gold Council.

Annual gold demand jumped 18% to 4,741 tons (excluding over-the-counter or OTC trading) across the year, the largest annual figure since 2011, fueled by record fourth-quarter demand of 1,337 tons. Read More

01.31.23- The Fed’s Crossroads –
Hawkish or Dovish?

Arkadiusz Sieroń

While Flash US PMI declined further in January, the input inflation accelerated. It’s not clear whether the Fed should become more dovish or hawkish – and that impacts gold.

The flash US PMI Composite Output Index registered 46.6 in January, up from 45.0 in December. It implies that the decline in business activity softened to the slowest in three months. But it was a further fall, as each number below 50 means a decrease in the economic output. The main drivers of the downturn were the impact of interest rates hikes, uncertainty, and high inflation on consumer spending. Read More

01.30.23- Shortages In Key Natural Resources To Define Next Decade
Rick Rule

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01.28.23- As West, Debt, & Stocks Implode; East, Gold, & Oil Explode
Egon Von Greyerz

“The risk of over-tightening by the European Central Bank is nothing less than catastrophic” says Prof Kenneth Rogoff.

At Davos he also said:

Italy is extremely vulnerable. But this could pop anywhere. Global debt has gone up massively since the pandemic: public debt, corporate debt, everything.” Read More

01.27.23- Silver Set To Shoot The Moon -
Expect Much A Higher Price

Rick Rule

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Gold’s Rise as Freedoms Decline—The New Centralized Normal
Egon von Greyerz

In his most recent discussion with Tom Bodrovics of Palisades Gold Radio, Matterhorn Asset Management principal, Matthew Piepenburg, weaves together the various threads of historical cycles, political psychology and the hard math of cancerous global debt to make better sense of uniquely challenging times.

Specifically, Piepenburg addresses the blunt and hard realities facing informed investors and independent thinkers in a climate of increasing centralization and political controls masquerading as humanitarian progress or technological innovations. Read More

01.25.23- How (And When)
Gold Could Go to $5,700/oz

Peter Reagan

This week, Your News to Know rounds up the latest top stories involving gold and the overall economy. Stories include: Is $5,700 gold inevitable? Some mixed data from the world’s top mints on gold and silver demand; and how the global de-dollarization movement insulates nations from sanctions.

Compared to stocks, gold is 60% undervalued  Read More

01.24.23- Gold Or Silver: A Guide To Buying Precious Metals
Tyler Durden

At first glance, gold and silver seem pretty fungible. They’re both hypnotically pretty. Their prices tend to rise and fall according to the same financial/political forces. They’re both seen as real money by a tiny (very wise) fraction of the population and as atavistic relics by the vast, ignorant majority. And – most important – they will both preserve their owners’ purchasing power when today’s fiat currencies evaporate like the fever dreams they always were. Read More

01.23.23- Biden Officials Float $1 Trillion Platinum Coin Scheme to Monetize Debt
Mike Gleason

As global elites gathered in Davos this week to discuss their plans for controlling the world economy, the gold market is delivering an alternative message.

Among the issues being discussed at this year's World Economic Forum is that of central bank digital currency. A presentation at the meeting based on research funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation called for central bank digital currency to serve the goal of "redesigning access to money." Read More

01.21.23- Gold: The End Of Cheap Money
John Ing

Markets fell 20% last year, in its worst yearly performance since the 2008 financial crisis. However rising market optimism on signs of cooling activity is perversely based on the belief that the increase in rates would tame inflation and a recession leading to slower rate increases or even a reversal. Some investors have even declared its death, perhaps prematurely. We believe inflation’s momentum has only slowed and face a 70’s style rebound thanks to a mixture of events. Higher prices and rates loom ahead. Interest rates are only part of the problem as we head into a new era of economic uncertainty. Robust employment numbers show that the economy is ALIVE. Read More

01.20.23- Contrarian Thoughts on the Petro-Yuan and Gold-Backed Currencies
Charles Hugh Smith

Rather than cheer the concept of a new currency, we're better served to look at the velocity of that currency and the cycles of investing that currency in assets denominated in that currency for a low-risk return.  

Longtime readers know not to expect me to rubber-stamp anything, be it the status quo or proposed alternatives. Our interests are best served by screening everything through the mesh of independent analysis, a.k.a. contrarianism. Which brings us to the two sources of alt-media excitement in the currency space, the petro-yuan and another wave of proposed gold-backed currencies. Read More

01.19.23- Japan Is Perhaps the Most Important Risk in the World
Jim Grant

Speculation is mounting that the Bank of Japan is losing control of the bond market. Jim Grant, editor of "Grant’s Interest Rate Observer", believes this could trigger a shock to the global financial system. He also explains why he expects further surges in inflation and why gold should be part of your portfolio.

The news caught markets off guard: On December 20th, the Bank of Japan surprisingly extended the target range for the yield on ten-year government bonds to plus/minus 0.5%. A move that not a single economist had expected. Read More

01.18.23- Sentiment Speaks:
$2,428 Target For Gold

Avi Gilburt

I have now been writing public articles for over 11 years on Seeking Alpha. And, through the years, I have covered many topics publicly, including the S&P 500, oil, the US Dollar, bonds, emerging markets, and many others. And, those that have tracked us over that time have recognized the accuracy of not only our short term calls but of our long term ones as well. Of course, we will never be correct all the time, but I think our long-term record speaks for itself. Read More

01.17.23- Metals Poised To Shoot Higher Amid Deep Recession
Robert Kientz

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01.16.23- And Now, for Something Entirely Different: A Reality Check to Indoctrinated Woke Students at the Oxford Union
Konstantine Kisin

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01.14.23- Gold Buying Only Starting
Adam Hamilton

Gold has powered higher smartly over the past couple months, achieving big gains. But this gold buying is only starting, implying this young upleg still has a long way to run yet. Speculators' gold-futures buying remains modest, while much-larger identifiable investment buying hasn't even begun. Traders will have to increasingly chase gold's upside momentum to restore normal portfolio allocations, really amplifying its gains. Read More

01.13.23- The Great 2023 Run on Physical Silver
James Anderson

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01.12.23- Will China Force the U.S. to Restore Gold as Money?
Jacob G. Hornberger

In response to the U.S. government’s weaponization of the dollar through such measures as sanctions and trade wars, China, along with Russia and other nations, are making efforts to dethrone the dollar as the world’s international reserve currency. For example, Russia and China are now using the Chinese yuan, rather than the dollar, for payment for Russian oil. Saudi Arabia is now talking about doing the same thing. Read More

01.11.23- Nine Days Into 2023, and Gold Is Already Blowing Experts Away
Peter Reagan

This week, Your News to Know rounds up the latest top stories involving gold and the overall economy. Stories include: Gold, already off to a great start, nears $1,900; why the Federal Reserve might stop hiking in February; and China shares more interesting data about its bullion hoard.

Gold had a great first week of the year. Read More

01.10.23- In 2023, Silver Starts With a Bang!
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01.09.23- What Can Stop Gold Now?
Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT

In our last article, we noted that Gold is outperforming everything

It is trending higher and positioned above rising 200-day moving averages when charted against the stock market, bond market, commodities, and foreign currencies. Yesterday it closed at a fresh two-year high against the conventional 60/40 portfolio.

To be sure, on a technical basis, nothing will be able to stop Gold when it breaks to a new all-time high. Such would confirm the most significant Gold breakout in roughly 50 years. Read More

01.07.23- Weekend Rant: 5 Ways the “Inflation Reduction Act” Is Stealing Your Money
Peter Reagan

Much like the Patriot Act had little to do with making life safer in the U.S., the Biden administration’s “Inflation Reduction Act” has very little to do with reducing inflation.

Thanks to this “Inflation Reduction Act,” our lives are about to get even more expensive for just about everyone. If you’re saving money for retirement, heating your home or driving a car, well, get ready to start paying higher prices. Read More

01.06.23- And Now, for Somwthing Entirely Different: Diamonds are the Most Concentrated Form of Wealth... Why Diamonds Are The Most Portable Wealth
Steve St Angelo

The secret known by many wealthy investors is that Diamonds are the most portable form of wealth in the world.  Jacques Voorhees, known as the Father of online Diamond Trading, explains why Diamonds provide investors with the highest concentrated form of wealth when it’s critical to move quickly. Read More

01.05.23- Robert Kiyosaki Predicts Gold Price Soaring to $3,800 While Silver Rises
to $75 in 2023

Irina Slav

The famous author of the best-selling book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, has predicted that the price of gold will soar to $3,800 this year while silver will hit $75. He also shared why he became “a gold bug” and “a silver nut.”

Robert Kiyosaki’s 2023 Gold and Silver Price Predictions

The author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, has shared his prediction on how high he thinks the prices of gold and silver will reach in 2023. Read More

01.04.23- Market Experts Are Predicting
Big Gold Moves In 2023

Peter Reagan

This week, Your News to Know rounds up the latest top stories involving gold and the overall economy. Stories include: What banks expect in 2023, what pundits expect in 2023, and is platinum making a comeback?

Here’s where banks see gold going in 2023

Many who follow high-profile private sector forecasts have seen Saxo Bank list gold as a possible black swan beneficiary in 2023. Should circumstances meet their expectations, says the bank, gold could soar to $3,000 this year. A large increase that obviously tells us gold has room to go. Read More

01.03.23- 2022 - A Momentous Year
Ted Butler

The last couple of years have been significant in silver (and gold), not particularly price-wise, but in other important ways. For instance, 2020 was particularly note-worthy in that JPMorgan was partially brought to justice for its many years of manipulating the price of precious metals on the COMEX and agreeing to settle with the Justice Dept and CFTC for a reported $920 million. Read More

01.02.23- Paper Currency Is Worthless
Todd "Bubba" Horwitz

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