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Physical Gold in Your Portfolio is the Ultimate Insurance

Physical gold might be the best form of insurance you can buy. Since 2011, the strong dollar has been a drag on the U.S. economy, harmed exports & imported deflation from around the world. It’s defeating the Fed’s efforts to create inflation. The US cannot have a strong dollar for much longer, and that ultimately means a higher dollar price of gold – much higher.

A Close Look At The Chinese Gold Lease Market

Current participants in the gold lease market are commercial banks, gold miners and jewelers. The Shanghai Gold Exchange also provides a crucial role in gold leasing. The SGE’s block trading system is the trading platform used by gold leasing participants; the SGE also provides transfer and settlement services.

Get Your Money Out of Banks & into Something Tangible: GOLD

The most important factor right now is the physical shortage of gold. The declining amounts of gold in Shanghai storage suggest we are getting close. So I expect something to happen in the physical gold markets soon. When people finally decide they want to buy gold, there probably won’t be any gold.

Connecting the Dots in Gold and Silver

In this month’s Markets at a Glance, we present a collection of thoughts on why we think the precious metals – gold and silver are a compelling investment now. We believe that any rational investor considering this collection of facts would consider that the precious metals prices are long overdue for a re-rate.

India Imported 6125 Tonnes Of Silver In 2013 - Up 189 % From 2012

The premiums on gold, currently 15 % above international prices, pushed a lot of Indian savers into silver. India’s silver import in 2013 was 6125 t, an all-time record, up 189 % from 2115 t in 2012. In December silver import accounted for 825 t, up 108 % m/m, 6560 % y/y.

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