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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Contraction in GDP, North Africa and Middle East Wars, Buy Gold and More – Pick a country from Mali to Egypt or Yemen to Syria; there are wars and rumors of war. The U.N. says it is “gravely concerned” about the escalation of violence. Meanwhile, the Iranians are speeding up their nuclear enrichment program. Back here in the U.S., there was a surprise contraction in GDP of […]

Bitcoin Is The Sebastian Shaw Of Currencies And Immune To Regulation / By Trace Mayer, J.D. / January 31, 2013 Bitcoin, a censorship-resistant crypto-currency, will absorb any regulatory interference and only grow stronger as a result. Blowback baby! The cost of using credit cards is being dragged out of the shadows. Germany has demanded their physical gold be moved back to the Homeland in anticipation […]

GoldSeek Radio’s Chris Waltzek talks to JOHN EMBRY – Jan 31, 2013

GoldSeekRadiodotcom, Published on Jan 31, 2013

Silver Update 1/31/13 Silver Savings

Software Provided With Permission By Unconventional Finance Wage Statistics for 2011 Silver Update 8/12/11 – Numismatics 2010 1 oz Silver Australian Year of the Tiger Coin (Series II) 2010 AUSTRALIAN LUNAR YEAR OF THE TIGER 1 oz This video is for purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, […]

HFT Infographic

You know how we feel about special order-types and expert networks.  I’ll save you the long-winded paragraph so you can keep selling Amazon shares.  Here is an HFT infographic, slightly out-dated as Minoj has already begun to run his microwave trading system he bought from the Sears DIY section, which explains in simplistic terms the […]

The USA of I.O.U.

[Ed. Note: Great story about debtors’ prison. ~ Kerry.] by The Banker Bankers Anonymous Every once in a while I read a finance article that sticks in my head and never goes away. An article about the historical intersection of debt and the United States from the New Yorker from four years ago by Jill […]

Chevron Whacked By Record Fine, But Might Not Notice

Wolf Richter The California Division of Occupational Safety & Health just slammed Chevron with massive, record-breaking penalties related to the refinery in Richmond, California—the one that ended up in a fireball last August. It started when a severely corroded pipe began leaking. Rather than shutting down the unit to fix it properly—and forgoing […]

The Vulnerability Of The Elites

In a post-financial crisis world, the lack of viable international leadership is potentially troubling. In 2013, the WEF believes, this breakdown of international coordination will go increasingly local: in such a world, governments will focus more on their domestic agendas, which will create new risks in and of itself. Most importantly, the growing vulnerability of […]

Guest Post: Is Germany Preparing For Future Capital Controls?

Submitted by Jeff Clark via Casey Research, The best indicator of a chess player’s form is his ability to sense the climax of the game. –Boris Spassky, World Chess Champion, 1969-1972 You’ve likely heard that the German central bank announced it will begin withdrawing part of its massive gold holdings from the United States as […]

A Massive 43.26 Tonnes of Gold Standing for Delivery / Japanese Gold Hits Record Levels. / Japanese Citizens Flock to Gold / Silver Production Drops to Only 33 Million oz. / More Troubles for Monte dei Paschi / More Troubles for the Head Honchos in Spain

by Harvey Organ Harvey Organ’s Daily Gold & Silver Report Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen: Gold closed down $20.10 to finish the comex session at $1660.60. Silver also fell by 81 cents to finish the day at $31.34. As I promised to you, the bankers decided that it was necessary to blast the price of […]