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The Top 7 Cases Against Gold

Gold Optimists Could be Jumping the Gun Lately, analysts are growing increasingly giddy about gold’s rise in value to near $1,300/oz. Hey, we said it was going to $1,400 after

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The Plusses and Minuses of Bitcoin and Blockchain

In October 2015 we held our Irrational Economic Summit in Vancouver. The weather was awesome, and the conference went well. Part of the final session was a Q&A with Harry

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The Case Against Gold

Early last week, you may have seen Harry’s latest message about gold (and silver too). He’s got some pretty strong evidence that the metals are due to take a tumble.

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Gold’s Line in the Sand: Next Downside Target Is Around $700, Even if It Breaks Up First

Many analysts have been so excited that gold broke to new highs, above $1,262, in late February. I was excited as well, but for a different reason. I’d forecast that

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Gold’s Recent Bounce Is Temporary: The Trend is Still Down in 2017 (and Beyond)

Twenty-two radio interviews for the new book, 10 of them live. At this point, my voice is tired. So are gold sellers. Gold peaked at $1,934 in September of 2011

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Why Gold Isn’t Rallying After Trump’s Win

Even though the markets haven’t behaved logically of late, it would have seemed a slam dunk for gold to rise if Donald Trump won. After all, we faced uncertainty around

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The Lone Star State Is Taking on the Entire Financial System

200 men against 1,500 enemy troops. They were never going to win. They fought anyway. Everyone died. It’s a story that most Americans are vaguely aware of, but the tale

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The Fact Is, Gold Is Not Money Today

Gold is on a tear this year. The precious metal is up 19%. That’s great! Those holding gold should be happy with their gains. If they take their coins to

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Remember, Gold Is Still Down 37%

Gold is up about 14% since the year started. Today the market is a little higher so gold is down slightly. But it has momentum and could go a little

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Gold Bugs: Don’t Get Too Excited

Before you run out and fill up the trunk of your car with precious metals, let’s look at gold with a cold, analytical eye.