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Things You Probably Didn't Learn in School about:

CONTROL YOUR OWN PORTFOLIO INSURANCE.

The transfer of silver and gold from the West to the East is massive and on-going. As bars become available, bullion is migrating to Iran, India, Korea, Japan, UAE, Thailand, Vietnam, Turkey, Russia, and China. Since 2008, China’s purchases have been off the charts. About 75% of world gold production is flowing to China.   If […]

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HISTORY OF GOLD-SILVER RATIO

As incredible as it may seem, monetary systems in antiquity were somewhat integrated. Before the great civilizations declined, they all conducted international trade with the same two currencies: GOLD and SILVER.  Any form of silver and gold was acceptable money. Pharaoh’s gold bracelets were negotiable currency in Babylon; silver and gold ingots from Rome could be […]

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SHOULD I BUY GOLD & SILVER IN 2017?

Are you wondering if this is the right year to buy PHYSICAL gold and silver?  By all means you should buy gold and silver now — while dealers still have coins available. Shortages in the West are very real. The exchanges in London and New York are short of physical gold and silver bullion that […]

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GOLD-SILVER PHYSICAL SHORTAGES

The PAPER gold and silver market has a VIRTUAL supply. An unlimited supply of PAPER silver and PAPER gold can be sold short to depress prices. The leverage in PAPER markets distorts supply and demand. Naked shorting  and fractional-reserve-metals-trading hide the fact that PHYSICAL gold and silver are in short supply. Current gold and silver “spot […]

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HOW TO BUY GOLD, SILVER & PLATINUM

Washington Gold Exchange LLC It is easy to buy gold, platinum, and silver.  Here are the steps: 1) Figure out your budget. Take a look at your finances, and consider first paying off any debts.  I recommend you put 20% to 25% into PHYSICAL gold, silver, palladium and platinum coins. Buy silver coins first; then gold coins; and then […]

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Hunt Brothers & 1980 Silver Short Squeeze

The last major silver short squeeze was in 1980. During the squeeze, the New York and Chicago exchanges halted silver trading several times. Whenever markets were disrupted, the prices quoted in New York did not match the prices buyers had to pay per ounce for actual bars of silver. Premiums above the spot price for PHYSICAL […]

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Naked Silver Shorting

Farmers, airlines, and manufacturers lock in their costs for commodities by using the New York Commodities Exchange (COMEX). Rather than speculating, they buy and sell commodities to hedge their costs. On the other hand, the majority of those who buy/ sell gold and silver derivatives are short-term speculators [Exchange Traded Funds such as SLV and GLD, […]

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CHAVEZ DEMANDS THE RETURN OF VENEZUELA’S GOLD

April 18, 2017, Hugo Chavez is ‘spinning in his grave:’ http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-18/maduro-said-prepare-swap-venezuelas-gold-dollars-stay-power-unconstitutionally Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez carried out his threat to nationalize gold mines August 23, 2011. He then demanded the return of 210 metric tons of gold the country had stored in the Bank of England and other bullion banks. The Venezuelan gold bullion held in […]

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END OF AFRICAN GOLD STANDARD – THE OIL / DOLLAR RELATIONSHIP

Oil producing countries measure the value of the U.S. dollar by the price of gold. When the Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries [OPEC] was formed, the value of the dollar was 1/35th of one ounce of gold. The dollar is now worth about 1/1,375th of a 1 oz American Eagle gold coin.   Because of the dollar’s loss of purchasing power, oil producing […]

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Audit Fort Knox

After World War II, the United States government and citizens owned as much as 80% of the gold in the world. More than half of the gold was stored at Fort Knox. Many in high places have suggested there is precious little gold in those vaults today. No one has been allowed to audit Fort Knox since the Eisenhower Administration (1955). […]

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