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The Royal Canadian Mint has a rich history, striking its first gold sovereign coin back in 1908. The Mint began production of the world renown Canadian Gold Maple Leaf in 1979 and introduced the 99.99% pure Silver Maple Leaf in 1988. Investor demand for both
The March sales report of American Eagle bullion coins by the U.S. Mint showed a large drop in gold bullion coins while sales of the ever popular silver bullion coins soared. Sales of the American Eagle gold
By: GE Christenson Consider our economic world from two perspectives: The Deviant View – as represented by those who visit deviantinvestor.com,
By: GE Christenson Gold peaked in August of 2011 and fell erratically into December 2013. Was that the end of the collapse, or is there more downside coming in gold prices? Bearish Scenario: Listen to the banks who
When gold was hitting new highs during 2011 the mainstream media was full of articles with "experts" predicting further price gains but the exact opposite happened. As speculators, short term traders, and price manipulators
Sales of bullion coins by the U.S. Mint were mixed in February with silver bullion coins showing an increase and gold bullion coins a decline. After hitting all time record sales in 2013 sales of the American
Fed Chairman Yellen’s less than sparkling performance before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee on Thursday constitutes a complete affirmation for continued purchases of gold and silver.
Yikes! We Have to Look at This for the Next Four Years By: GE Christenson 1. Germany requested that the NY Federal Reserve return the gold that Germany shipped to the United States decades ago. If the gold were physically in the vaults, it would be relatively simple to ship the gold back to Germany.
Analysts at the "Too Big To Fail" banks are unanimously predicting lower gold prices and telling their clients to dump gold. On January 12, 2013 Goldman Sachs predicted that gold could fall to as low as $1,000 this year due to a less expansive monetary policy by the Federal Reserve. In a report to clients
By: GE Christenson “Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it.” George Santayana. 1. What mistakes from the past are we condemned to repeat? 2. Since unbacked paper currency systems have always