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  • Sunday, February 23 2014 @ 11:06 AM EST
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Other 25 Ways to Invest in Gold with ETFs in 2014
Not complete by any means, but a helpful list of gold ETFs that include physical backed securities, small cap miners, large cap miners, futures based funds and leveraged/negative exchange traded funds.

New airport rules to curb gold smuggling in India
Indian airport authorities will now be asking all travellers to specifically declare any prohibited articles, gold jewellery over the free allowance, bullion and cash over Rs 10,000 when entering the country.

Silver Stackers: Measure your Stash like a Miner

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  • Tuesday, February 18 2014 @ 04:28 PM EST
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Silver David Morgan
When attempting to quantify the amount and quality of a possible mineralized deposit on their property, exploration companies and producers generally follow a process which seeks to state, in reasonably accurate and concise terms, just what they have…or might have. Following the Bre-X fiasco, wherein ‘highly inaccurate’ reserves of a supposed deposit in Borneo were publicized and acted upon by a tidal wave of investors, sophisticated and neophyte alike, a new set of reporting rules was enacted. Canadian National Instrument 43-101, is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators governing the process of disclosing to the public, scientific and technical information about mining projects. The NI 43-101 report is presented (usually within the context of a company News Release) by a “Qualified Person” – by a (presumably) competent licensed geoscientist, who often works for the company in question and is assumed to be skilled in analyzing the mineralization under review.

Barrick and Kinross reduce gold reserves

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  • Thursday, February 13 2014 @ 03:02 PM EST
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Gold Gold miners have enjoyed an uptick in stock prices this year though 2013 was a very tough year for the group. It seems like the gold miners are now taking these lower gold bullion prices to heart as they review their financials in order to make future quarters more attractive. No more living it up with a gold price that rose for a decade - they must actually see their executives do some work in terms of how they run their operations. In the last 24 hours, both Barrick Gold and Kinross Gold have made major announcements on write downs.

"Barrick Gold Corp. slashed its reserves by a quarter and took $2.82-billion (U.S.) in impairment charges on mines, including on its troubled Pascua Lama project in the Andes, the company’s latest moves to adjust to the weaker gold price."

10 Reasons to Own Gold

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  • Tuesday, February 11 2014 @ 08:28 PM EST
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Gold David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com talks about his his 10 Reasons to own gold. David doesn't really address these 10 reasons in this video (they may have been presented at the Cambridge House Investor Conference) but its worth watching for a couple of nuggets.

Gold and silver must reads from this week

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  • Sunday, February 09 2014 @ 03:51 PM EST
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Other Is your bank about to go bust?
Former Harvard economics professor Terry Burnham seemed to think it was a good idea to 99% of his money out of Bank of America. Why?

All the worlds gold in the world visualized in 3D
Who doesn't like pretty pictures? Especially when they present facts in a nice and simple way (a picture is worth a thousand words).

JP Morgan Holds Highest Amount Of Physical Silver In History
"(Ted) Butler’s calculations show that JPMorgan (JPM) has piled up the largest holding of physical silver in modern world. Since the silver price peak in May 2011, the bank has accumulated between 100 and 200 million ounces of physical silver (if not more). The equivalent in metric tonnes is between 3,110 and 6,220 tonnes."

Gold price manipulation and the gold cartel

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  • Sunday, February 09 2014 @ 11:45 AM EST
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Gold Over the years there have been many claims, studies, articles, interviews, a couple of investigations and even lawsuits about the possible manipulation of gold (and silver) prices. With recent revelations of manipulations in LIBOR, foreign exchange rates and other financial instruments, the proponents of precious metals continue to feel that gold prices are also being artificially held down. Dmitrity Speck is a technical analyst who has recently written a book, titled The Gold Cartel: Government Intervention on Gold, the Mega Bubble in Paper, and What This Means for Your Future. In this podcast, he talks about his views on the manipulation of gold prices.

Book review: The Big Short by Michael Lewis

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  • Monday, February 03 2014 @ 09:15 AM EST
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Other The financial market crash of 2008 may have had its roots in the United States but was felt all across the globe. It was a culmination of years of living high on the hog where a lot of money was made before it all came crashing down and a lot of money was lost, not to mention lives that were ruined - many permanently. The Big Short is a nice bookend to Michael Lewis' first work - Liar's Poker - which we reviewed some weeks ago. It provided an insider's view on how Wall Street operated in the 1980s. With The Big Short, Lewis takes us through the building, sustaining and eventual pricking of the subprime mortgage and related housing and derivative bubble through the eyes of (mostly unknown) hedge fund managers who bet against the tide.

Gold and silver must reads from this week

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  • Sunday, February 02 2014 @ 12:38 PM EST
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Other New cream with silver nanoparticles could block HIV transmission
Research at universities in Texas and New Mexico shows in laboratory tests, that a cream with nano silver particles can be effective against transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

The Difference Between Gold And Bitcoin, As Explained By Elliott's Paul Singer
"There is no more reason to believe that bitcoin, a computer-generated, algorithm-driven currency of supposed limited supply, will stand the test of time than that governments will protect the value of government-created fiat money. One difference: Bitcoin is newer and we always look at babies with hope. If you are looking for an alternative currency, look into gold."

All That Glitters is Gold: The Beginner’s Guide to Precious Metal Investing

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  • Thursday, January 30 2014 @ 03:53 PM EST
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Gold Money is universally recognised as the way that capitalist societies trade products and services, but there is nothing intrinsically valuable about currency itself. A coin is only worth the good or service it is being exchanged for, though theoretically, it is being exchanged for some sum of gold which is locked up in a bank somewhere. Precious metals – gold, silver, platinum, etc. – have been recognised the world over as being valuable, so if you’re a keen investor looking for a new opportunity, investing in precious metals might just be the route to go down. Here’s a beginner’s guide to precious metal investing if you’re unsure of how it works.

Ron Paul on Gold's Safe Haven status

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  • Tuesday, January 28 2014 @ 03:49 PM EST
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Gold It is a well known fact that the former Texas Congressman Ron Paul is a huge proponent of gold playing a monetary role in the (US) economy. His statements to this effect and his questioning of the Federal Reserve during Congressional testimonies is legendary amongst gold bugs and "hard money" advocates. Since retiring from the United States Congress, Ron Paul has continued expressing his views on gold and the current (fiat) monetary system. In an interview with Brian Sullivan of CNBC for Yahoo Finance, he discusses the safe haven aspect of gold.
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