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Stefan Ioannou reckons increasing demand and near-term supply shortages make base metals a bargain that won't last.
The Gold Report asks Eric Sprott how the Ebola epidemic could impact the price of precious metals and mining stocks.
Swiss citizens will soon vote on an initiative that calls on the central bank to hold at least 20% its assets in gold.
David Morgan tells The Gold Report why he is grateful for his balanced approach to investing and life.
The signatories of the fourth CBGA do not have any plans to sell significant amounts of gold.
The consequences of the bursting of the bond bubble would be rising interest rates, which would likely impact property and stock markets, writes Mark O'Byrne.
The Gold Report considers sentiment and ideas emanating from the Precious Metals Summit and the Denver Gold Forum.
Gold price suppression, much denied by the mainstream, has been part of U.S. policy ever since the setting up of the London Gold Pool in the 1960s.
Excellent article detailing the enormous discrepancies between World Gold Council estimates of Chinese gold demand and reality as confirmed by the SGE.
Peter Epstein tells us how to read the cryptic graphite market, how to catch the next wave in potash, and when investors might catch a break in uranium.
Citigroup reckons the cost cutting exercises being carried out by major gold miners may be positive short term, but could have negative implications longer term.
Recent relative gold and silver price stability now permits investors to choose companies which can build value and demonstrate cash flows at today's prices, says Chris Thompson.
The mechanism for the new London silver fix leaves market expert Ross Norman totally confused. Is it workable and will it improve transparency? Will it be better than the old one?
Part 1 of 3 - Cycles in the investment management process with particular reference in this segment to gold and mining cycles.
Gold sales out of ETFs – and out of GLD in particular – were seen as responsible for last year’s gold price crash – but this year and ahead it could be all change.
Investors are all too familiar with the KABOOM in precious metals prices in the fall of 2011. Three years later Jeb Handwerger explains why it's important to position yourself for some fall fireworks again.
After years spent in the shadow of gold, miners are back in favor, driven by stronger earnings and cuts to mining costs.
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