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Gold Exchange Traded Funds – Hedge Agains Uncertainty | Articles …

Filed in African Gold, Gold, gold coins, Indonesian Gold, o, recession by on January 4, 2011 0 Comments

These aren’t the same as actually buying gold coins or gold bullion which can be an excellent recession proof long term investment strategy. When you purchase stocks in a company you have little control over the decisions that company …

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Perth Mint's New Gold & Silver Trading Website Achieves …

You can invest in gold in many ways – from mining stocks to exchange traded gold funds to buying gold coins, but here’s why you should buy gold bullion to get the most out of your gold investment. Do you want to get into gold investing? …

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Q&A: What's the best way to invest in metals against inflation and …

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold, gold coins, Gold ETF, o, silver by on December 29, 2010 0 Comments

Silver or Gold , bullion coin? Where’s a good place to buy that’s safe. I was looking at Monex, but I have no idea about this. Best answer: Answer by elemfin. Gold coins are good but I like the stock market. Check out the gold etf. …

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Gold and Silver Prices to Spike Next Week

Gold and Silver Prices to Spike Next Week

Gold and silver prices have remained volatile in both directions since October. But indications from the COMEX show suggest we may see a spike in these precious metals prices next week… As prices moved higher over the past two weeks, strong bouts of profit taking have hit the gold and silver markets in each instance, stalling the next attempt to hit another new high. World Gold and Silver Demand World investment demand for gold has increased 250% in the past ten years. Investment demand for silver has skyrocketed 522% since 2007. Sales of official gold coins (like the American Gold Eagle) have increased 618% since 2007. World governments are hoarding silver; official sales have plummeted 83% in the past three years. Gold demand for ETFs has increased 20,470% since 2002. Above-ground silver supplies dropped 86% last year. Industrial demand for silver has increased over the past decade, despite a 236% increase in prices. On the downside action over the past two weeks, strong buying support has come in as precious metals prices looked like they were going to sell off— thus our current holding pattern in gold and silver prices. This will change to the upside within the next two weeks as major buying of physical metal will need to take place in order to meet contractual obligations on the COMEX before December 31, 2010. Contracts for gold and silver December futures that demand physical metal must be met by then. But there appears to be a significant shortfall in the actual physical metal required to meet these demands — especially in silver… If these contractual obligations are not met by the 12/31/10 deadline, then we could see a default scenario, which would drive the metals prices even higher and cause great instability for other markets as well. This potential default is due to the fact that JP Morgan Chase, the largest fractional stock holder of the Federal Reserve, has been wildly shorting silver and is now caught between a rock and a hard place. Word on the street is that JP Morgan Chase has opted to go massively long copper in an attempt to hedge their losses in silver, which could be enormous. This is…

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The Armageddon Hedge

The Armageddon Hedge

The world is an orchestra. And it’s under the complete control of the international banking cartel. They’ve conspired the orchestration of a hostile consolidation of power and control for themselves at the expense of you, me, and everyone you know. They have total control over the world’s governments, media, religions, corporations, and organized crime — pulling the strings tied to every major organization and institution that yields considerable power. Every day in the financial news, we witness the small steps of a global banking crusade that has been designed to bring us to our knees economically, socially, and politically. Whether you want to believe it or not, the world banking syndicate has a plan. And their plan doesn’t involve our best interests. Fortunately, there is still a little time for the unprepared to secure their personal financial futures… ~~SIGNUP_WD~~ Gold is the only Armageddon hedge The absolute best way to store value is gold. Plain and simple. And investors worldwide are starting to wake up to this fact. Over the past several months, we’ve watched gold investment demand skyrocket in places like China, despite rapidly rising prices. These new investors have become aware that something is wrong. And they’re taking action. The global investment demand for gold is the most reliable barometer of what’s really going on behind the smoke-and-mirrors routine of banks and their minions. Global Gold Investment Demand World investment demand for gold has increased 250% in the past ten years. Sales of official gold coins (like the American Gold Eagle) have increased 618% since 2007. Gold demand for ETFs has increased 20,470% since 2002. And the recent spike in gold investment demand foreshadows the consequence phase of the world bankers’ devious scheme for control of power. Knowledgeable investors can see this, and are increasingly turning to gold as the only true wealth preserver. They will be the lucky ones. Those who still don’t get it and avoid or miss ownership of gold will be financially devastated due to devaluing currencies worldwide and economic distortions of all kinds. I wish them luck. Right now, the price of gold is taking a breather after three weeks of major gains. However, no market goes up in a straight line, and it’s expected to have these kinds of broad sell-offs. That means for those who are looking to buy the physical precious metals, these are the moments to take notice and make your purchases. Based on the patterns of the last eight months, this dip won’t …

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China Gold Demand Soars

China Gold Demand Soars

The Chinese saw the writing on the wall over a decade ago. They realized the ultimate fate of the U.S. dollar and the fiat currency system. So in 2003, the government of China began an aggressive campaign to secure resources of gold. They began by increasing the country’s gold reserves. Since that time, the People’s Bank of China has added 21.2 million ounces to the country’s gold holdings. China now has the fifth largest national gold reserve, with over 1,054 tonnes in reserves. While boosting reserves, the Chinese government also began to deregulate the gold mining industry and invite foreign investment for the development of domestic resources. The measures were a runaway success; China is now the world’s largest gold producer with output increasing 70% in the past decade. Chinese government even began encouraging its 1.3 billion citizens to own gold. And today, the country has become the second-largest consumer of gold in the world. The government’s efforts to stimulate and expand the domestic gold market has been highly successful. Chinese citizens have embraced gold as true wealth in all economic seasons. And now new concerns over the future of the U.S. dollar and domestic inflation has prompted the Chinese to recently begin acquiring gold on a epic scale. China’s gold imports to jump 457% this year The Shanghai Gold Exchange recently revealed China’s gold imports jumped almost fivefold in the first 10 months of this year. And even though China is the world’s #1 producer, the country is expected to import 9.2 million ounces of gold this year as inflation concerns lifts investment demand. Consumer prices in China rose 4.4% in October— the fastest pace in two years — and above the government’s full-year target of 3.0%. The People’s Bank…

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How To Sell Gold Bullion With A Good Gain

Filed in Australian Gold, Gold, gold coins, o by on December 1, 2010 0 Comments

Both methods of finding gold bullion for sale can be limited, because you may be looking for a rare or popular coin that is not offered at the auction or in stock right now. Either way of buying gold coins for sale may be the right …

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ASA Limited (ASA): Gold Fund Earns Another Look

Filed in Bank Gold, commodities, Gold, gold bugs, gold coins, gold-stocks by on October 25, 2010 0 Comments
ASA Limited (ASA): Gold Fund Earns Another Look

Filed under: Newsletters , ETF Investing , Commodities , Stocks to Buy “In keeping with our ongoing strategy of buying stocks that have announced splits, I am now zeroing in on ASA Limited ( ASA ),” says Neil Macneale . The editor of 2-for-1 Stock Split Newsletter explains, “I originally passed over this stock when it announced its split last April. I now think things have changed enough to warrant a second look. “What has changed since I first reviewed this issue is my perception of the world’s demand for precious metals. Gold is near an all time high and, for the time being, the gold bugs may have it right. Continue reading ASA Limited (ASA): Gold Fund Earns Another Look ASA Limited (ASA): Gold Fund Earns Another Look originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Mon, 25 Oct 2010 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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What Are Gold Mining Stocks? | investing in gold article

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold, gold coins, Gold Investing, Indonesian Gold by on October 8, 2010 0 Comments

The most common forms of gold investing are gold coins, gold stock , online gold investing and gold bullion . Before you embark on either of them you first need to consider issues such as convenience or convertibility. …

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Advantages of investing in gold bullion coins | Financial News

Filed in African Gold, Bank Gold, Gold, gold coins, Indonesian Gold by on October 3, 2010 0 Comments

high yield investments by infomatique. Advantages of investing in gold bullion coins. In today’s gloomy economic times more and more investors are looking at gold coins as much safer mode of investment than the mutual funds and stocks . …

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Next Month You Can Buy Gold at an ATM

Next Month You Can Buy Gold at an ATM

Filed under: Products and Services , Launches , Consumer Experience , Marketing and Advertising , Entrepreneurs Starting next month you will be able to buy gold at an ATM machine. Can that be true? Yes, CNNMoney’s story on Gold to go ‘s owner Thomas Geissler says he plans to launch two such ATMs in Las Vegas and Florida. Plans are to expand the Gold to go ATMs in New York, Dallas, Los Angeles and Minnesota. The machines will offer gold coins and bars weighing up to 8 ounces. Prices are updated every ten minutes based on spot gold prices. Continue reading Next Month You Can Buy Gold at an ATM Next Month You Can Buy Gold at an ATM originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Sat, 02 Oct 2010 11:40:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Buying Gold Coins

Filed in Australian Gold, commodities, Gold, gold coins, Gold Mining by on September 30, 2010 0 Comments

Isn’t gold, gold? There are gold coins, gold bullion , antique gold coins, gold stocks , gold mines, futures and commodities markets, stocks and funds that invest in gold mining and equipment that’s used to mine gold and precious metals. …

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