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Does Gold Seasonality Affect the NZ Dollar Gold Price?

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If you’ve been around the gold sector for a little while you’ve no doubt come across talk of “gold seasonality”. (This article was first written in August 2014. Latest update July 2018).   What is Gold Seasonality? Gold seasonality generally refers to the northern hemisphere mid summer lull in precious metals markets – which often […]

Here’s How to Connect With Other Like-Minded New Zealanders

Connecting Like Minded People Gold, silver and related ideas remain very much a fringe topic. One of the most common things we hear when talking to people is “I don’t have anyone to discuss any of this with. My friends and family think I am nuts!” Odds are that you may have few, if any, […]

Financial Martial Law: Does NZ Have Similar Financial Reporting Regulations?

Reader Kim forwarded us the below article on Financial Martial Law in the USA and asked: “Have you guys seen this ? Does NZ have similar regulation ? Sadly I imagine it does.” First here’s the full article. At the end we’ll give our thoughts on where any similarities are with New Zealand financial reporting […]

RBNZ Deputy Confirms Our Thoughts: Any Bank Depositor Bail-In Exemption Likely Minimal

Last week we discussed how the IMF has: “…recommended the government implement a $10,000 “de minimis” exemption to the current Open Bank Resolution (OBR) scheme (a.k.a. bank depositor haircut scheme). This would mean that each bank depositor would get $10,000 exempt from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s (RBNZ) depositor “haircut” policy if a bank […]

NZD Silver Bottom is Here – Technical and Sentiment Analysis

Yep we’re going to say it. Silver in NZ dollars looks to have bottomed. We’ll show you why from a technical and sentiment perspective a NZD silver bottom looks likely to us. Plus why there could be some hefty moves for silver ahead. NZD Silver Technicals To us silver in New Zealand Dollars or even for […]

IMF Says NZ Needs Bank Depositor Haircut Exemption of $10,000

An IMF report this week on the state of the New Zealand banking system, recommended the government implement a $10,000 “de minimis” exemption to the current Open Bank Resolution (OBR) scheme (a.k.a. bank depositor haircut scheme). This would mean that each bank depositor would get $10,000 exempt from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s (RBNZ) […]

Ronni Stoeferle: Retail Bullion Demand is Collapsing – What About in New Zealand?

See how retail gold investors have been behaving quite differently to big money investors. Discover how this compares to what’s happening in the New Zealand bullion market. Plus what the current headwinds and tailwinds for gold are. It’s been awhile since we shared any thoughts from the excellent Ronni Stoeferle of Incrementum and the In […]

Chartist: Silver About to Bottom? Doesn’t Matter if You’re Buying in NZ Dollars

Charting “guru” Chris Kimble this week had a long term silver chart that posits the theory that silver is very close to having bottomed out. This chart and his discussion refers to silver in US Dollars. Afterwards we’ll have a longer term NZD silver chart for you with our thoughts too. Here’s Chris: Silver; Bottoming […]

New Financial Reporting Rules: First Step to Capital Controls in New Zealand?

The financial privacy of New Zealanders is to be further eroded this year. But could this also be the first small step in capital controls being implemented in New Zealand? New Banking rules set to come into force in November will mean any cash transactions over $10,000 will have to be reported to police by […]

In the Banker War on Cash, New Zealand and Canada Are the Next Major Countries on the Banker Hit List

See why the banker movement against cash will be pushed more aggressively in small economies first before spreading to larger economies and so why New Zealand may next be in the firing line…   In the Banker War on Cash, New Zealand and Canada Are the Next Major Countries on the Banker Hit List As we […]