Rudi Fronk and Jim Anthony, co-founders of Seabridge Gold, discuss Deutsche Bank's latest movements and what a bailout could look like.
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People have created so much currency that it is almost hard to believe. Millions, billions, trillions... the numbers are so big that it is hard to picture. Today's video for The Money Project puts it all in context - and it's a must-watch.
The vultures are circling. Precious metals bulls, laid flat by gold and silver prices dropping for the 5th week in a row, are watching deflationists such as Harry Dent and the financial media squawk about […]
Greece defaulted at the end of June, and metals investors expected higher prices in July. What we expected isn’t what we got. It isn’t the first or last time markets surprised investors. Do lower spot […]
After five consecutive months of decline, global mining exploration began showing signs of life in March, particularly in the gold sector, a new report shows.
Global exploration spending dropped 26% in last year, compared with 2013, as several juniors threw in the towel and producing miners slammed the brakes on capital and exploration expenditure.
The blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) fell 185 points on Tuesday, prior to rallying to cut its loss—but this was followed by a 170-point intraday decline on Wednesday.
“Anybody who says that the super-cycle is over is an idiot, it’s just been deferred for a little bit”, mining tycoon Robert Friedland told a packed audience in London last week.
Money managers Doug Loud and Jeff Mosseri of Greystone Asset Management say that if we haven't seen the bottom, we will soon.
Merk, a one-time Swiss resident, also provides insight into the Swiss Gold Initiative at the end of November.
The key to finding gold is understanding the rocks. Thomas Schuster is a geologist and mining analyst with a deep understanding of where the gold hides.
The sharp rebuke to the Obama administration delivered by the mid-term elections should not be construed as an endorsement of the GOP, which remains as unpopular as ever.
The U.S. largest bank still plans to perform"traditional” activities in commodities such as financing, hedging, trading warrants on the London Metal Exchange and the vaulting of precious metals.
Asset bubbles go as far back as finance and speculation themselves. In the past, there have been bubbles in everything from tulips to railroads that have made or broke fortunes.
Tough regulations and worries about reputation have made trading commodities a source of worries for bank bosses.
After a prolonged period of low volatility as funds invested in ever-greater risk, markets have snapped and volatility has jumped.
In an article in the UK's Telegraph on October 10, veteran economic correspondent Ambrose Evans-Pritchard laid bare the essential truth of the nearly universal current embrace of inflation as an economic panacea.
In June the Gold Report Publisher, Jason Mallin, asked a panel of experts picking a portfolio of stocks with upside potential for the 2014 Streetwise Reports Natural Resources Watchlist. Here's the result.
I have reason to believe that over the next four years, gold and silver investors will witness shocking macroeconomic events that put to rest any doubts about the importance of having sound money in every portfolio.
There are almost 200 fiat currencies today. Here is a quick snapshot of ten significant countries and their history with currency.
Increasingly, economists are calling the tune to which businesses and consumers dance.
September has been a poor month for precious metals. Gold is down 5.2%, despite it being gold’s strongest month from a seasonal perspective.
Jay Taylor doesn't beat around the bush—he believes the price of gold is being suppressed to support the U.S. dollar and underwrite American foreign policy.
This week saw gold rally $15 to $1233 on Tuesday before sliding to $1207 yesterday morning, then rallying in the afternoon.
Today’s financial markets are built on the sand of unsound currencies.