• Performance of Asset Classes in Equity Bear Markets (1973-6/30/2013) Gold vs S&P 500 (David vs Goliath)0 04/22/2014, 11:37 AM

    VOLUME I Ed 3 Gold vs S&P 500 We tend to forget that Gold as a standalone asset class has outperformed the S&P 500 in this new millennium....

  • The Service Color of the U.S. Coast Guard. This is not the same as the law enforcement ensign, which features vertical red stripes defaced with the anchor symbol of the USCG. Gold Bugs, Semper Partaus0 04/16/2014, 12:20 PM

    VOLUME I Ed 2 Precious metals tested the lows in late 2013 As the moniker of the United States Coast Guard, “Semper Paratus,” states ”...

  • The modern portfolio is a new approach towards investment. Modern Portfolio Theory0 03/03/2014, 10:51 AM

    VOLUME I Ed 1 True Diversification In today’s financial arena, an investor has to be extremely shrewd. The portfolio comprised of stocks,...

  • In a the Midst of a Financial Bubble – Marc Faber In a the Midst of a Financial Bubble – Marc Faber0 11/29/2013, 11:42 AM

    Are we in a bubble, Marc thinks so? Swiss investor Marc Faber appeared on CNBC today with Becky Quick.  Faber’s remarks on the economy...

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Marc Faber: Financial Bubble?

11/29/2013, 3:17 PM

Yra Harris and his commentary on the so-called Global Economic Bubble?

06/28/2013, 9:48 PM

“…well the winner in a real currency war of course, would be the precious metals, because people will be running to hard assets because there will be too much uncertainty in the world…” (Yra Harris, Economist) Every week, it seems, we are barraged with bad news about unemployment and our stagnant economy — followed immediately by news that the Dow [...]

What are Bitcoins?

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Bitcoin Explained

Meet Cupriavidus Metallidurans – Lovingly Referred to as “Gold Pooper”

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Meet the Bacteria That Produces Pure Gold. YouTube.com published by Slatester, 04 Oct. 2012. Web. 04 Oct. 2012. .

The 1st 2012 Presidential Debate with Romney & Obama

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Streamed live on Oct 3, 2012 by TheNewYorkTimes
First presidential debate bewteen Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in the run up to the general election in November.

Sometimes all you can do is laugh.

09/28/2012, 7:50 PM

“It takes a lot for me to see Hitler and laugh but this clip made me do it.” – Shel Israel via Eliane Fiolet via Facbook.com

Finding Value in Zero Rate World

09/26/2012, 3:31 PM

Eric Sprott talks about Sprott Asset Management and the importance of gold – Finding Value in Zero Rate World

Eric Sprott on CNBC - Sprott Asset Management

Bill Gross – “Buy gold”

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Co-Founder of Pimco Bill Gross Buy’s Gold

Bill Gross Co-Founder of Pimco signals Gold as good investment amidst new Bond buying

Bill Clinton’s Full DNC Speech – Elections 2012

09/07/2012, 3:19 AM

#youtubepolitics @ClintonTweet President Clinton is by far the most dynamic speaker we’ve ever known – absolutely brilliant! You’ll see what we’re talking about if you take a look below. — at Charlotte In 2012 – Democratic National Convention.

CNBC–Markets Across Europe Yra Harris on Draghi

09/07/2012, 3:11 AM

Yra Harris discusses Draghi’s bond buying proposal with Rick Stantelli. Here is the transcript from Yra’s latest contribution with Rick Santelli on CNBC, please forgive any errors. …we all are familiar with that play waiting for goodo and we’ll talk about how maybe extending and buying time is really what is at the epicenter of many of the issues we’ve [...]

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Gold: A Respite for the Weary during Geopolitical Unrest

0 by Jim O'Gara / on 05/15/2014, 11:35 AM / in The World We Live In!

VOLUME I Ed 5 Gold: A Respite for the Weary during Geopolitical Unrest Those words were spoken by the great Irish Statesman Edmund Burke and it seemed appropriate considering  St. Patrick’s Day took place recently. Mr. Burke was a well respected member of the House of Commons. Moreover, a vehement supporter of the American colonies, particularly in the dispute with King [...]

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Don’t Forget About Inflation Rates

0 by Jim O'Gara / on 05/05/2014, 9:48 AM / in The World We Live In!

VOLUME I Ed 4 The perfect antidote for inflation rate spike is a forsaken four letter word:GOLD One word which evokes so much distress is the aforementioned, inflation. At Ausecure Gold Group, we know how to relieve the proverbial angina caused by the effects of upward price pressures. These real everyday concerns are a fact of life that eat away [...]

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Performance of Asset Classes in Equity Bear Markets (1973-6/30/2013)

Gold vs S&P 500 (David vs Goliath)

0 by Jim O'Gara / on 04/22/2014, 11:37 AM / in Precious Metals

VOLUME I Ed 3 Gold vs S&P 500 We tend to forget that Gold as a standalone asset class has outperformed the S&P 500 in this new millennium. In fact the Rate of Return of Gold vs the S&P 500 has been remarkable. A $100,000 invested in 2000 and held through 2013 would show a return of $125,802 for the [...]

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The Service Color of the U.S. Coast Guard. This is not the same as the law enforcement ensign, which features vertical red stripes defaced with the anchor symbol of the USCG.

Gold Bugs, Semper Partaus

0 by Jim O'Gara / on 04/16/2014, 12:20 PM / in Precious Metals

VOLUME I Ed 2 Precious metals tested the lows in late 2013 As the moniker of the United States Coast Guard, “Semper Paratus,” states ” Always Prepared” is  very appropriate considering the circumstances of the silver and gold markets. The predicament in late December was such that we were finding the gold markets hovering above the lows for the 2013, [...]

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The modern portfolio is a new approach towards investment.

Modern Portfolio Theory

0 by Jim O'Gara / on 03/03/2014, 10:51 AM / in Precious Metals

VOLUME I Ed 1 True Diversification In today’s financial arena, an investor has to be extremely shrewd. The portfolio comprised of stocks, bonds, and cash is a staid and antiquated mode of thinking and investing. Modern Portfolio Theory espouses true diversification is the only modus operandi for the modern investor. 2008 is a year that evokes visceral responses from many. [...]

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In a the Midst of a Financial Bubble – Marc Faber

In a the Midst of a Financial Bubble – Marc Faber

0 by Mia Williams / on 11/29/2013, 11:42 AM / in Commodities - Oil, Silver and gold prices, Precious Metals, The World We Live In!

Are we in a bubble, Marc thinks so? Swiss investor Marc Faber appeared on CNBC today with Becky Quick.  Faber’s remarks on the economy challenge the schema of valuation across the equity market by questioning the sustainability of the US Economy.  Mr. Faber notes that the stock market is in a huge speculative cycle that is reflective of a bubble.  [...]

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US Jobs leave the market  speechless.  There isn't enough good data supporting growth and the weekly jobless claims exemplifies, why.

Unemployment Number – Some Thoughts

0 by Ausecure Team / on 09/30/2013, 2:22 PM / in Precious Metals, The World We Live In!

September’s Unemployment Number is Due Out in a Week Friday Some thoughts buzzing around the Precious Metals community regarding September’s Unemployment Number release Friday are whether anyone buys into this number any longer. It was once a number that was relied on as a very important indicator for business decisions, investment directions, and overall economic health. Today, the number is [...]

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Jobless Claims Fall Unexpectedly – Metals Remain Rangebound

Jobless Claims Fall Unexpectedly – Metals Remain Rangebound

0 by Ausecure Team / on 09/26/2013, 10:50 AM / in Precious Metals, The World We Live In!

Jobless Claims Came in Lower Than Expected by 25K Despite concerns over last week’s California computer glitches causing further issues, this week’s Jobless Claims number came in at 305k versus the 330k expected. We can all rest assured the numbers are correct this time. Precious Metals reacted negatively to this news for much of the early morning trading. However, neither Gold nor Silver [...]

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United Nations Meetings – All Eyes on Key Speakers

United Nations Meetings – All Eyes on Key Speakers

0 by Ausecure Team / on 09/25/2013, 10:57 AM / in The World We Live In!

The United Nations Meets this Week in New York City – Precious Metals Await Signals Given the current lull in markets stemming from both the FOMC decision last week, the wild market swings that it caused, and the anticipation of the Unemployment Number next Friday… The focus this week has shifted to the The United Nations meetings and they are [...]

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Precious Metals Signals – Calm Markets Could Indicate Buy Buy Buy

Precious Metals Signals – Calm Markets Could Indicate Buy Buy Buy

0 by Jim O'Gara / on 09/24/2013, 3:01 PM / in Precious Metals, The World We Live In!

A Lull in Precious Metals Signal Indecision in Market Last week, the Fed leaked and then announced it would not be tapering its various stimulus programs in the near future. Initially, Gold and Silver quick-rallied 5-6%  when the news broke then crashed, just as abruptly, back to pre-FOMC-release levels. Both Precious Metals signal some hesitation from market participants, perhaps rightly so [...]

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