Category Archives: Syndicated Articles

Global Syndicated Articles

Here is where we also feature writing from others around the world. We don’t always agree with everything they have to say but we pick interesting commentary from the likes of James Rickards, Darryl Schoon, Stewart Thomson and many others.

Often giving our 2 cents worth on what they have to say too.

Latest Articles

Deutsche Bank: New Zealand Dollar the Most Expensive of Major Currencies

The New Zealand Dollar has been falling in value lately compared to the US dollar. The Kiwi dollar has also been losing value against its fellow commodity currencies, the Australian and Canadian dollars. Looking at the chart of the NZ dollar against the US dollar, the Kiwi dollar is getting close to the next level […]

How Gold Could Go Up 650% from Here

How Gold Could Go Up 650% from Here

Two weeks ago we featured a video which looked at the price gold would need to be in order to balance out the US Debt. See: Gold Backing to Debt Ratio: A Reset Like in 1934 and 1980 Would Mean $21,000 Gold This article below looks at how to value gold from a different angle. This […]

Gold Investors: Jobs Report Tactics

Where is gold likely to go in the next month or two? Stewart Thomson delves into the near term moves likely for gold and how it may perform in the second half of the year. If you’re interested in investing in Australian Gold Mining companies he also profiles one of his favourites. Funnily enough it’s […]

The Seven Pillars of Gold

Over the past few years a number of central banks including that of Germany have been repatriating their gold from the New York Fed vault. More recently Turkey is doing the same. Turkey has had 220 tons stored in the U.S. Jim Rckards points out: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has recently suggested that international […]

Gold Nearing Bull Breakout

Here’s a great summary of where the gold market sits right now. What has transpired over the past 3 years since gold bottomed out and why the technicals and other factors point to gold being very close to breaking into a new bull market…   Gold Nearing Bull Breakout By Adam Hamilton – First published […]

Why This “Too Big to Fail” Bank Is Stockpiling Silver

Why This “Too Big to Fail” Bank Is Stockpiling Silver (1)

We’ve featured many articles recently on why silver looks nicely set up for a decent move higher in the future. The fact that a certain bank has been steadily adding to the hoard of silver it controls is yet another reason that bodes well for silver in the future. Here are the details. There’s also […]

The 5 Biggest Market Risks That Billionaires are Hedging Against

The 5 Biggest Market Risks That Billionaires are Hedging Against

If you’ve studied the history of markets, you know that sentiment can turn on a dime. Whether it is an unexpected wake-up call like the collapse of Lehman Brothers, or simply the popping of a bubble that’s blown too big, the tides can shift in a matter of hours or days. No one knows this […]

Why A Dollar Collapse Is Inevitable

Why A Dollar Collapse Is Inevitable

It’s a good idea to understand the history of the monetary system over the past 100 years or so. Why? Because what has happened before can give a pretty good indication of what may come to pass in the future. This article explains why another collapse is due for the dollar. It describes the errors […]

New Silver Bull Coming

There are a number of solid indicators that often indicate silver is in a bullish set up. These include very high gold to silver ratio, extreme speculative short position levels and extremely low speculative long position levels in the silver futures market. When any one of these are in play they give strong buy signals. […]

Optimist or Pessimist on Silver?

Before making any financial decision it’s always a good idea to consider both sides of the story. Silver is no different. Poor man’s gold has pros and cons and there are definitely better times to buy silver. Here’s two contrary arguments with an optimists and a pessimists view on silver currently…   Optimist or Pessimist […]