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World Gold Council 2014 Q2 Gold Trends report – central banks increase buying by 28%

Today the World Gold Council released their 2014 Q2 Trends Report (which can be read in full here) – and what it really highlights is just what a bizzaro year 2013 was for gold – massive demand and a falling price. Whilst nearly all sub-sectors of gold saw a year-over-year decline in demand (apart from […]

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VIDEO: World Gold Council 2014 Q2 Gold Trends report

Today the World Gold Council released their 2014 Q2 Gold Trends report – here’s the WGC’s Marcus Grubb (Managing Director Investment Strategy) going over their findings: Take-aways include: 2014 sees the gold market recalibrate with its long term trend Q2 gold demand falls 16% compared with same period last year Jewelry demand falls 30% globally […]

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VIDEO: Have the Tories really cut the UK deficit?

The deficit of the UK is simply the money the country borrows every year to meet its obligations, things like pension payments, benefits and health coverage. It is really the same as an individual not earning enough in a year to pay for their lifestyle, and then makes up the difference by charging it to […]

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VIDEO: Just how much money has the Bank of England printed?

By now we all know that the Bank of England has been printing money – something they like to call ‘Quantitative Easing’. So just how much money have they printed, and in what form? It isn’t the physical notes and coins in your pocket that are being created at supersonic speeds… …Today there are around […]

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Gold price still tracking the 1974-76 correction path

For the discouraged bulls It’s worth remembering that we’ve seen it all before – or 1974 to be precise. 1974 saw the gold price get hammered (just like in 2013), only to move higher by 700% some six years later. (click for sharper image) From the mid 1960s gold went from $35 an ounce all […]

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VIDEO: Just what is growing in the UK economy?

This week our intrepid explorer and truth-teller hits the slopes of France to explain just what is growing in the UK economy – the answer to which is rather troubling for us all. Last week (watch here) Statman broke down how we’re all actually earning less on average than we were back in 2008, leading […]

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VIDEO: How can the UK economy be growing when REAL wages are falling?

This week’s episode looks at average wages in the UK over the past 15 years and asks; “just how can there be a recovery in the UK when average wages have been in decline for over six years?”.

The data clearly shows that ‘something’ dramatically changed in the UK economy around 2008 that remains to this […]

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These fake rallies will end in tears

Investors and speculators face some profound challenges today: How to deal with politicized markets, continuously “guided” by central bankers and regulators? To what extent do prices reflect support from policy, in particular super-easy monetary policy, and to what extent other, ‘fundamental’ factors? And how is all this market manipulation going to play out in the […]

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ECB decision: Unnecessary, ineffective but further entrenching bad habits

After months of whinging and whining by the international commentariat, and of relentlessly redefining what any sensible person would call “price stability” as a grave economic problem, the ECB has caved in, as expected, and yesterday announced further stimulus measures. Unnecessary I have pointed out repeatedly that low inflation is not a problem, and that […]

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