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Gold, Gold Coins, Investment and Crisis

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    According to the Globe and Mail, The Bank of Canada would have decided to melt down more than 200.000 gold coins from the years 1912 to 1914. Some collectors have been curious to find out what had happened to the $5 and $10 gold coins that Ottawa had pulled out of circulation. Finally, the Bank [...]

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    It would seem that Mexican pension funds are interested in gold and in particular after the lifting of years of strict investment regulations according to the World Gold Council. Legislation from 2012 allowed Mexican pension funds to invest in gold and other commodities in 2013 and more over in foreign assets. Not such a long time [...]

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    Bloomberg reports that the London gold fix, the benchmark used by miners, jewellers and central banks to value the metal, may have been manipulated for a decade by the banks setting it, researchers say. Unusual trading patterns around 3 p.m. in London, when the so-called afternoon fix is set on a private conference call between five [...]

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    What is best : Savings Accounts or Gold/Silver ? There was a very interesting article published in The Economist on Feb 12th 2013 and more recently on Feb 22nd 2014, what could one hope in case of currency devaluation ? We all try to save a bit of money each month but, while still in [...]

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  • 03/28/14--06:09: Gold as a private currency
  • For the system to function once again, gold should constitute a private currency for which only users would be the guarantors; as in the spirit of SALT (system or service of local exchange), but with the advantage of a quick exchange, which would not rely on waiting for a service rendered by a neighbour. “Gold was [...]

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  • 04/03/14--20:00: The Premium on Gold Coins
  • Some of you have been enquiring about the Premium. What is it ? What does it mean ? Here are a few answers. In the United Kingdom, the current premium is dependant on source, quantity, supply and demand and currently can range from 5% to over 40% depending on source and condition.  But what is this [...]

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    This is what has been announced by the Indian Government. India is the second largest buyer of silver and Indian trade ministry confirmed the information that silver imports  dropped to $33.46 billion in 2013/14. This could be due to a series of restrictions rules that the government imposed in order to decrease the current account [...]

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    The US would have exported a total of 215 metric tons of gold bullion to Hong Kong as well as other small quantities of Dore’ not yet specified. Hong Kong is the only country to have received so much gold. If you have a close look at the table below, Switzerland comes in second [...]

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  • 06/17/14--12:40: Historic gold agreements
  • 1944 – Establishment of the IMF The first international agreement on gold came with the signing of the International Monetary Fund’s articles of agreement in July 1944. The IMF was created in order to rebuild the global monetary system after the Second World War, and its articles laid down that all member countries should establish ‘par [...]

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    Do you have a bank account that you don’t actively use or a safe deposit box that you have not checked on for a while?  If so, you might want to see if the government has grabbed your money.  This sounds absolutely crazy, but it is true.  All over the world, governments are shortening the [...]

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    With gold withdrawals from the Shanghai Gold Exchange having reached 1,761 tonnes by November 14, and weekly withdrawals since the Golden Week holiday at the beginning of October averaging comfortably over 50 tonnes, China looks to be heading for an annual demand total (SGE gold withdrawals equate to overall demand) of comfortably over 2,000 tonnes [...]

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  • 10/13/15--07:22: SILVER SHORTAGE
  • Extract : Silver Shortage Blog Silver to become a rare earth metal , it is Extremely undervalued. Silver to become extinct by year 2020 according to geologists only 300 millions ounces left! Silver is consumable industry metal it is used up : 95% gold ever found is still around 75% of silver is a [...]

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    We would like to share with you an article written by Jeffry Lewis The ongoing plight of the long term value investor continues – seemingly without end. However, decades of exuberance and greed have colluded. The financial establishment has created an accident waiting to happen. The mainstream has not “priced in” risk, which makes it even [...]

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    Many central banks around the world are aware the international monetary system is moving away from the US dollar and that the role of gold will (officially) be much greater in the future. In this development central banks benefit from a smooth and slow transition to a new system, as sudden shocks will bring the global [...]

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  • 03/28/14--06:09: Gold as a private currency
  • For the system to function once again, gold should constitute a private currency for which only users would be the guarantors; as in the spirit of SALT (system or service of local exchange), but with the advantage of a quick exchange, which would not rely on waiting for a service rendered by a neighbour. “Gold […]

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  • 04/03/14--20:00: The Premium on Gold Coins
  • Some of you have been enquiring about the Premium. What is it ? What does it mean ? Here are a few answers. In the United Kingdom, the current premium is dependant on source, quantity, supply and demand and currently can range from 5% to over 40% depending on source and condition.  But what is […]

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    This is what has been announced by the Indian Government. India is the second largest buyer of silver and Indian trade ministry confirmed the information that silver imports  dropped to $33.46 billion in 2013/14. This could be due to a series of restrictions rules that the government imposed in order to decrease the current account […]

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    The US would have exported a total of 215 metric tons of gold bullion to Hong Kong as well as other small quantities of Dore’ not yet specified. Hong Kong is the only country to have received so much gold. If you have a close look at the table below, Switzerland comes in second at […]

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  • 06/17/14--12:40: Historic gold agreements
  • 1944 – Establishment of the IMF The first international agreement on gold came with the signing of the International Monetary Fund’s articles of agreement in July 1944. The IMF was created in order to rebuild the global monetary system after the Second World War, and its articles laid down that all member countries should establish […]

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    Do you have a bank account that you don’t actively use or a safe deposit box that you have not checked on for a while?  If so, you might want to see if the government has grabbed your money.  This sounds absolutely crazy, but it is true.  All over the world, governments are shortening the […]

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