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We launched a new gold buying site today.

by / on 11/17/2015, 2:21 PM / in Platinum & Palladium News, Gold & Silver News

Start your gold and silver buying journey with the new ausecure.com Brand spanking new technology to make your buying experience great. First, here is what’s happening to Precious Metals Spot Prices for Monday, 11/17/2015 11:30AM Central Time: #GOLD PRICE $1069.1 -$14.5/-1.36% #SILVER PRICE $14.27 -$0.02/-0.14% #PLATINUM PRICE $857.8 -$11.2/-1.31% #PALLADIUM PRICE $548.4 -$4.2/-0.77% via @ausecure We’re very excited to announce […]

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Are You Suffering From Gold Price Delirium?

by / on 07/31/2015, 10:45 AM / in Platinum & Palladium News

I can’t get enough S&P 500, so why would I care about the gold price? First, here is a snapshot of the gold market from Friday’s – 07/31/2015 4:00PM Central Time: #GOLD PRICE $1097.94 +$5.3/0.48% #SILVER PRICE Price $14.81 +$0.01/0.09% #PLATINUM PRICE $985.37 -$5.94/-0.6% #PALLADIUM PRICE $614.19 -$9.7/-1.58% via @ausecure The gold price is advocating a new main street sentiment. […]

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Why are Gold Prices So Low?

1 by / on 07/27/2015, 9:15 AM / in Platinum & Palladium News

Could gold prices fall any further? Gold prices keep moving lower.  The last time we were here($1082 per Troy oz.) it was 2009 and we were trying to understand how we could dig ourselves out of one of the worst financial crisis in the history of this great nation. Leading the charge to our recovery would be Barrack Obama who […]

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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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Notes From Underground: Four Central Bank Meetings, and, Oh Yeah, the Fiscal Cliff

Notes From Underground: Four Central Bank Meetings, and, Oh Yeah, the Fiscal Cliff

by / on 12/03/2012, 3:29 PM / in Today's Economy

The weekend news was rather sparse as the Greeks got their trust fund check from the overlords in Brussels. The Greeks need to be leery of Eurocrats bearing gifts. The Sunday news shows in the U.S. highlighted the vast chasm between Speaker Boehner and Secretary Geithner. There was finger-pointing all around about as to which group was holding up the […]

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Treasury Secretary Shultz (back row, fourth from left) with the rest of the Nixon cabinet, June 1972 
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Notes From Underground: The Significance of the WSJ OP-ED Piece … “Magnitude of the Mess We’re In”

by / on 09/24/2012, 1:49 AM / in Today's Economy, Stock Market News

A an op-ed piece in last weeks WSJ created a great deal of buzz in the financial media. Appearing a few days after the aggressive move by the FED, the opinion piece written by five eminent economists–George Schultz, Michael Boskin, John Cogan, Allan Meltzer and John B. Taylor–criticizes the Bernanke Fed’s QE policy from many different aspects. It is not the […]

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Notes From Underground: Back To the Sixties–Output Gaps or Phillips Curves?

Notes From Underground: Back To the Sixties–Output Gaps or Phillips Curves?

by / on 09/21/2012, 3:05 PM / in Today's Economy, Stock Market News

The FED hounds were unmuzzled after last week’s FOMC and “The Line it Is Drawn. The Curse It is Cast.” Bob Dylan must have been anticipating the difference of opinion that is developing within the Federal Reserve bank. In a speech last night, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher said: “There are many superb PHD theorists among the 19 members of […]

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Notes From Underground: The Yen Will Not Be the Sacrificial Lamb

Notes From Underground: The Yen Will Not Be the Sacrificial Lamb

by / on 09/20/2012, 12:20 PM / in Today's Economy, Stock Market News

And by the end of trading the YEN had reversed its initial weakness and wound up stronger–the 24-hour trading range was 79.20-78.25, with the settlement at 4:00 p.m. CST, 78.37. It seems that the market will not allow the BOJ (Bank of Japan) to do less than the ECB or the FED. BOJ Governor Shirakawa raised the asset purchase program to 80 […]

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Notes From Underground: FOR CHAIRMAN BERNANKE — WHEN DID MONETARY POLICY BECOME THE LABORATORY OF ACADEMIC THEORISTS?

Notes From Underground: FOR CHAIRMAN BERNANKE — WHEN DID MONETARY POLICY BECOME THE LABORATORY OF ACADEMIC THEORISTS?

by / on 09/14/2012, 2:15 PM / in Uncategorized

First, as I read the FOMC statement, it was painfully obvious that the impact of the Michael Woodford piece found willing adherents in the bowels of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve. The FED’s language: “IF THE OUTLOOK FOR THE LABOR MARKET DOES NOT IMPROVE SUBSTANTIALLY, the committee will continue its purchases of agency mortgage-backed securities …” Further, […]

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