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Peter Schiff's Gold Commentary
Wednesday, April 02, 2014


So far, 2014 has been a paradoxical year for gold. Many investors aren't even aware that it has rallied more than 7%. On the rare occasion that the financial media mentions the yellow metal, it is only in the context of comparing the recent rise to last year's decline.

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Casey Research's Gold Commentary
Wednesday, April 02, 2014


We've all heard of the inflationary horrors so many countries have lived through in the past. Developing nations and advanced economies alike - no country in history has escaped the debilitating fallout of unrepentant currency abuse.

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Peter Schiff's Gold Commentary
Thursday, March 06, 2014


Before Bear Stearns and Lehman collapsed, the market for physical gold was limited to a relatively small group of investors who understood the havoc inflation was wreaking on our savings and the US markets. As the financial crisis took hold, a flood of new and inexperienced buyers entered the market, creating an opportunity for unscrupulous metals dealers to swindle their way to massive profits.

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Peter Schiff's Gold Commentary
Thursday, February 06, 2014


Gold is the simplest of financial assets - you either own it or you don't. Yet, at the same time, gold is also among the most private of assets. Once an individual locks his or her safe, that gold effectively disappears from the market at large.

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Casey Research's Gold Commentary
Thursday, February 06, 2014


Gold has been in a downturn for more than two years now, resulting in the lowest investor sentiment in a long while. Hardcore goldbugs find no explanation in the big-picture financial numbers of government deficits and money creation, which should be supportive to gold.

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