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Monthly archive for October 2009

The Biggest Myth – Gold Confiscation

By John Fisher Some precious metals firms foster the circulation of many myths, misunderstandings, and outright lies about the purchase and sale of precious metals. Generally, these misconceptions and falsehoods promote the notion that the government may again call in gold as it did in 1933 and

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8 Reasons Why Silver is a Better Investment Than Gold!

1. The historic silver/gold price ratio was 16:1, but in recent years, silver is relatively cheaper ranging from about 40:1 to 80:1. On October 12, 2009, with silver at $17.75/oz. and gold at $1,057/oz., the ratio is 60:1. This means that silver is currently undervalued, and cheaper

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Gold Jumps to Record High! Now What?

By John Fisher Gold hit a record high in the New York Spot Market today in what has been described as gold’s “longest rally since… 1948” (10/06/09, Bloomberg, “Gold Jumps to Record as Inflation Outlook Fuels Investor Demand”). The dollar is continuing to suffer from inflationary concerns

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Bank of America Merrill Lynch Predict 50% Increase in Gold Price in 2011

(Reuters) – By Pratima Desai Gold prices will hit $1,500 an ounce in 2011 when oil prices move back above $100 a barrel as emerging market growth creates shortages, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said on Monday. “For the world economy to resume growth of 5 percent,

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5 Reasons Why Gold Will Continue to Rise through 2009 and 2010

1. Economy How bad can things get? Secretary of the Treasury Paulson talks of the current crisis being potentially worse than the Great Depression. Alan Greenspan told Congress that the financial meltdown had left him in a “state of shocked disbelief.” Reputable economists are saying “this looks

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Caution – Avoid European Coins

Over the last few years, telemarketers have been importing European bullion gold coins dated before 1933 and claiming they, like old U.S. gold coins, would be legally beyond the reach of the government in another recall. The imported coins most commonly promoted as non-confiscateable include: French Twenty

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