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Jason Cozens is Editor in Chief of Gold Made Simple News. Jason's aim is to make it easy for everyone to understand precious metals, and gold in particular, their role in the economy and as the safest store of wealth. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasoncozens

Gold ‘Frenzy’ to Continue for Long Time

Gold held above $1,090 an ounce Friday ahead of the US October jobs report. Charlie Morris from HSBC Global Asset Management told CNBC he isn’t “particularly excited” about gold in the short term, but is bullish in the long term. “This story is not over until a typical portfolio has 5-10% invested in gold,” he […]

January 8th, 2016 | Posted in Gold and Silver Media | Read More »

Gold price reaches the bottom of its six month head and shoulders formation – will it hold?

With the risk of sounding like a stuck record, the gold price once again got ‘whacked’ this morning, following on from last Friday’s  smash. Gold rallied yesterday, erasing all the Friday take-down, but the seller(s?) turned up again this morning taking the price as low as $1251. Gold $ (30 mins): (click for sharper image) […]

October 15th, 2013 | Posted in Gold News | Read More »

Gold price opens up the week higher after ANOTHER friday gold-slam – now fully retraced

Last Friday we were ‘treated’ to another gold-slam that took the price down some $30 in a matter of seconds – the amount of gold sold during this short period was massive, coming in around 800,000 ounces. Usually, if you has so much of something that you were trying to sell, you’d do it over […]

October 14th, 2013 | Posted in Gold News | Read More »

When will the Bank of England start telling the truth about its own inflation survey?

There have now been a couple of instances where Mark Carney and the Bank of England have given misleading representations about their very own inflation survey in the past couple of weeks. First there was last week when Mark Carney was in front of parliament when he said the following: “the public’s inflation expectation have […]

September 18th, 2013 | Posted in Analysis | Read More »

The desperation in India continues – gold tax will be raised to 15% from 10%

Yesterday we reported on the Indian central bank’s (RNI) ‘trial-balloon’ idea of tapping the temples gold reservers, to which the largest temple promptly told them to ‘poke it’ – an idea so obviously flawed that is smacks of sheer desperation on the part of the RNI. We ended that piece by saying: We give it […]

September 17th, 2013 | Posted in Gold News | Read More »

The UK’s National debt is expanding 3 times FASTER than GDP ‘growth’ since Osborne took office

At the start of the week, when the Fauxstere Chancellor was trying to CONvince people that the UK economy was about to ‘boom’ once again, we pointed out some rather inconvenient truths around the UK’s debt, deficit and spending. In that piece we produced the below chart that shows that since Osborne has been at […]

September 13th, 2013 | Posted in Analysis | Read More »

UK Construction rises in June but its nearly all stemming from another housing bubble

Yesterday we got news that manufacturing grew in June. Today it’s the turn of construction in the UK, and just like yesterday, this report will be jumped on by the politicians to show an economy on the mend. However if you look at the chart below you can see that construction activity is still a […]

July 2nd, 2013 | Posted in Analysis | Read More »

Physical gold demand jumps 8% in a year according to the World Gold Council, whilst the price drops 5% – what gives?

This morning we mentioned that the World Gold Council released their Q1 gold demand numbers. You can read the full detailed report here (recommended). The first chart caught our eye because it confirms what many have been saying, namely that all the selling in gold has been of ‘paper’ gold. (click for sharper image) In […]

May 16th, 2013 | Posted in Gold News | Read More »

Gold price dips at start of the week as gold priced in Yen moves 9% higher in just three days

After the late in the afternoon turnaround in the gold price last Friday gold has drifted lower today but still nicely off the lows from last week. Gold $ (weekly): (click for sharper image) But it is gold priced in ¥ that has really caught our eye today. After getting as low as ¥143,291 last […]

April 8th, 2013 | Posted in Gold News | Read More »

Gold price drifts higher as Cypriot uncertainty lingers for fourth day

The gold price is still holding steady above $1600 after the ‘pop’ higher at the monday open following the announcement that Cypriots have had their bank accounts frozen over the weekend just gone. As it stands there has been one failed attempt to pass a law to retroactively to make it ‘legal’ for the government […]

March 21st, 2013 | Posted in Gold News | Read More »

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