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India’s Continued War on Gold Causes a Monstrous Increase in Silver Imports

  India’s Continued War on Gold Causes a Monstrous Increase in Silver Imports Written by Nathan McDonald, Sprott Money News     For anyone that has followed my writing for some period of time, you will remember the series that I wrote, which broke down India’s war on gold and how it was going to […]

Gold/Dollar- Monster breakout test in play!

The Gold/Dollar chart below reflects that Gold was much stronger than the U.S. Dollar (US$) from 2001 until 2011. Since 2011, the US$ has been stronger than Gold, as the ratio has declined for 6-years. Is it time for the worm to turn (Gold stronger than US$)? The ratio below reflects a big test is […]

Gold Up $110, GDXJ Remains Flat – Get Ready For Gold Stock Rubber Band!

Last time the GDXJ closed around $36 was on March 13, 2017. Incredibly, during that time frame, gold is up $86 per ounce! On January 10, gold was trading at $1,190 an ounce, $110 below its current spot price. Again, the performance of the junior gold miners has remained flat! This is a stark reversal from […]

Curious Gold-Silver Ratio That Did Not Fall, Report 26 Feb, 2017

This holiday-shortened week (Monday was President’s Day in the US), the price of the dollar fell. In gold, it fell almost half a milligram to 24.75mg, and prices in silver it dropped 30mg, to 1.7 grams of the white monetary metal. Flipped upside down, gold went up 23 notes from the Federal Reserve, and silver […]

Don’t Short This Dog, Report 20 Feb, 2017

This week, the prices of the metals mostly moved sideways. There was a rise on Thursday but it corrected back to basically unchanged on Friday. This will again be a brief Report, as yesterday was a holiday in the US. Below, we will show the only true picture of the gold and silver supply and […]

THE GREAT PRECIOUS METALS MARKET DISCONNECT: A Ticking Time Bomb

By the SRSrocco Report, The Great Precious Metals Market Disconnect that took place four years ago is now a ticking TIME BOMB.  While the Fed and Central Banks have been relatively successful in propping up the broader stock, bond and real estate markets, time is not on their side.  The more the highly inflated markets […]