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Janet Yellen is deciding on a big move, and soon. Interest rates could be higher in January 2016.

Interest Rates Going Up in December’s FOMC

1 by / on 12/08/2015, 4:15 PM / in Today's Economy, Gold & Silver News

Interest rates could be going up, are we ready for that? Gold Market Snapshot Before we get to those exciting interest rates, let’s take a look to see what’s happening to Precious Metals Spot Prices for Tuesday, 12/08/2015 10:45AM Central Time: #GOLD PRICES TODAY $1073.7 +$1.7/0.16% #SILVER PRICE TODAY $14.19 -$0.11/-0.78% #PLATINUM PRICE S TODAY $853.7 -$5.8/-0.68% #PALLADIUM PRICE $548.4 -$4.2/-0.77% via […]

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MARC FABER’S COMMENTARY ON GOLD VS S&P 500!

by / on 05/15/2013, 5:45 PM / in Today's Economy, Platinum & Palladium News

For the equity enthusiast, here’s food for thought > it turns out the fed doesn’t have the ability to permanently juice the markets. Why you ask? It could be simpler and Mr. Faber’s (Faber is the  publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report) commentary on the subject paints real clear image > “I have a few comments concerning gold. […]

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Assessing the Significance of the Italian Elections

Assessing the Significance of the Italian Elections

by / on 03/04/2013, 3:17 PM / in Platinum & Palladium News, Stock Market News

The recent Italian elections wound up in a very inconclusive result. In a political lineup of the three Bs–(no Chuck, not Biggio, Berkman and Bagwell)–Bersani, Berlusconi and Beppe, the Italian populace dealt a massive defeat to Brussel-appointed technocrat Mario Monti. The vox populi raised its voice against continuing austerity and will look to whatever government is formed to be one […]

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Quote of the Week – 9/19/2012 – Mr. Richard Russell

Quote of the Week – 9/19/2012 – Mr. Richard Russell

by / on 09/19/2012, 9:32 PM / in Platinum & Palladium News, Stock Market News

“December gold closed yesterday at 1770.60. If I was in GLD, I’d be fretting. But if I was solely in bullion coins, I wouldn’t give gold’s action a second thought. The reason I say this is because buying GLD is a trade, and holding gold coins is a move that theoretically is forever. For instance, if I had GLD, at […]

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