Today, as I write this short article, silver has moved from $45 and some change from the close of the New York market on Thursday to $49.35 a troy ounce in Asia, a move of 9.06%. If the price of silver remains anywhere near this level for the next four hours until the COMEX … Continue reading What Does the Largest Move Higher in Silver in Years Mean?
Let’s parlay the publicity given to the recent University of Texas endowment fund’s decision to convert all of their paper gold to physical gold into a campaign to convince large endowments/foundations all over the country to follow in their very wise footsteps. According to boston.com, university endowment funds lost a lot of their value during … Continue reading Help Break the Bankers’ Price Suppression Schemes Against Gold & Silver
With the announcement yesterday that Bolivia President Evo Morales will announce a decree on May 1st to “dismantle the privatization model” of the mining industry and expropriate all assets owned by private mining companies, is this just an isolated example or will this be the start of a trend that many other governments will follow? … Continue reading The 15 Best and the 15 Worst Mining Jurisdictions in the World
Yesterday I read an email that was forwarded to me and after reading it, I was compelled to write this blog because it contained one of the dumbest things I have ever read. Now I read many stupid things that come across this desk and usually I just trash the email, memo, article etc and … Continue reading One of the Dumbest Things I Have Ever Read About Gold