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

The World’s First Government-Backed Cryptocurrency

Here’s an interesting discussion on government backed cryptocurrencies. Including a gold backed cryptocurrency and how when cryptocurrencies become easily exchangeable for gold it’s going to help the markets for both cryptos and gold…   Doug Casey on the World’s First Government-Backed Cryptocurrency Justin’s note: Venezuela just introduced its own cryptocurrency. That’s right… The country battling chronic […]

What to Do With Your Money When Doom Awaits – Asset Allocation

Here in New Zealand, real estate is the heavily most favoured investment class. Pretty much to the exclusion of everything else for the vast majority of the country we’d imagine. But there are many other assets to consider owning that serve different purposes. Below Dan Denning (who we’ve heard speak well at the Sydney Gold […]

The Next Gold Bull Market Looms

In yesterday’s feature article, The Yield Curve Recession Predictor: Impact on Gold? we outline a timeframe for the next US and global recession to potentially arrive. We explained how the next bull market in gold and silver is also likely in it’s early stages. This article we came across this week also outlines why gold is currently […]

Latest on the COMEX Silver CoT Report

In last weeks newsletter we explained “What is COT’s?” Here is the latest on the positioning of silver futures traders and what it might mean for the silver price. As the author states “the CoT is often a lagging indicator of future trend”. So the numbers detailed below may not mean a jump in silver […]

Bad ‘Karma’ Brings Bad Consequences for Those Who Practice It

See why Hugo Salinas Price believes the looming trade tariffs planned by Trump will likely encourage the return of gold to central bank reserves worldwide…   Bad ‘Karma’ Brings Bad Consequences for Those Who Practice It By Hugo Salinas Price – First published at plata.com.mx/ There is a lot of commentary going around the world, regarding […]

SILVER INVESTMENT: The Lowest Risk, Highest Return Potential vs. Stocks & Real Estate

Earlier this week, we shared a post looking at the very unusual set up in the silver futures market. That is, where the large silver speculators have their first net short position in memory. Meaning they are betting the price of silver will go lower. Now this post shows that the “commercials” (who are the […]

Bullish Indicator: Large Silver Speculators First Net Short Position in Memory

Sorry we can’t stop publishing posts outlining why silver is likely such a good buy currently. In recent weeks we’ve had, Silver: Black Swans, 2018 and Beyond and Why Silver May Not Be “Off the Radar” For Much Longer. We have another post this week from technical analyst Clive Maund. He takes a close look […]

Silver: Black Swans, 2018 and Beyond

Here’s an excellent summary of what could be in store for silver in 2018 and into the following few years. Including a look back at past silver cycles and what that might mean for the next cycle. What some objections to this outcome might be. Plus what some possible “black swan” events could do to […]

Why Silver May Not Be “Off the Radar” For Much Longer

We’ve been “banging the drum” on silver lately. Pointing out in our weekly newsletter for the last couple of weeks here and here, that silver is currently very cheap compared to gold. But that may not last too much longer if the technical analysis in this post proves to be correct. While silver may have had no […]

“Rules-Based” Monetary Proposals Won’t Create Stable Money

With the emergence of cryptocurrencies in recent years, it is interesting to ponder, what might money look like in the future. Nathan Lewis, author of the book, Gold: the Once and Future Money, gives a simple account of what really creates stable money. No surprise, his view is that it it isn’t central bank policies […]