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Inflows into U.S. Dollar Hit Paper Gold and Silver

October 3rd, 2014

After declining precipitously in September, gold and silver prices are continuing the downtrend here in the early part of October.… Keep Reading

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Fed Chair Now Faces No Opposition to Money Printing Agenda

September 26th, 2014

The stock market slid on Thursday, led down by tech giant Apple. Thursday’s Durable Goods reports shows orders plunged by a record 18.2% in August. A decline was expected due to fluctuations in demand for large commercial airplanes, but the drop off i… Keep Reading

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Gold and Silver on Precipice as Dollar Strengthens

September 19th, 2014

This week the silver market made a brief lunge over the abyss before closing just above a critical technical level.… Keep Reading

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Metals Markets Get Slammed, Flirt with 4 year Lows

September 12th, 2014

The silver market sits precariously on the edge of an abyss on the charts. If silver breaches through $18.50 and closes below it on a weekly basis that could be a bearish development, at least in the near term.… Keep Reading

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ECB Slashes Rates in Global Race to Debase Currencies

September 5th, 2014

This week it’s my pleasure to introduce our company’s new name – Money Metals Exchange. While our name has changed, our core business philosophy and our mission have not.… Keep Reading

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New Signs of a Supply/Demand Collision for Gold and Silver

August 29th, 2014

The housing market has been propped up by the Federal Reserve since 2008. The Fed has purchased more than two and a half trillion dollars in mortgage securities since embarking on the first round of Quantitative Easing. And it’s still adding to its ho… Keep Reading