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  Thursday Edition:   October 30, 2014

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Fall About 1% and 3%
By: Chris Mullen,

Gold fell $15.06 to $1196.14 by late morning in New York before it bounced back higher in afternoon trade, but it still ended with a loss of 1.03%. Silver slipped to as low as $16.36 and ended with a loss of 3.4%.

How to Recognize a “Bear Raid” on Wall Street
By: Gary Dorsch, Editor, Global Money Trends

October has a reputation as a graveyard for many Bull markets, a reputation that was enshrined by the “Black Monday,” Crash in October 1987, when the Dow Jones Industrials plunged -22% in a single day. And then again in October 2008, the Dow plummeted -3,000-points from as high as 10,882 on Oct 1st to as low as 7,882 hit on Oct 10th. The Dow ended the brutal month of Oct 2008, with a loss of -2,675 points, or -14.1% for the month. The S&P-500 Index fared worse, with a -17% decline, - the worst since the -23% drop in October 1987. Paper losses in US-stocks came to $2.5-trillion for the month. Emerging markets suffered even more, shedding -29%.

It’s the Debt, Stupid!
By: David Chapman

Investors fear a stock market collapse. What they should really fear is a bond market collapse or more specifically a debt collapse. A stock market collapse can cause considerable damage. Debt collapse could lead to bankruptcy and an economic depression. There is a lot more debt in the world then there are equities. The global stock market is estimated to be about $64 trillion. Total global indebtedness, according to ING Economics is $223.3 trillion. And that was back in 2013.

Putin vs Obama: Who’s Dominating the Colder War?
By: Casey Research

Putin is attacking the true source of American power—the petrodollar—and he’s got China, Brazil, India, and South Africa in his corner. They’re aligning themselves to fight the EU, America, and the IMF. And as each month passes, Putin is using Russia’s position at the center of the world’s energy matrix to forge new alliances and deals. How long before the world discovers that Obama and America are hiding behind a curtain with no powers anymore?

The REAL Reason Your Stockbroker Hates Gold...
By: Guy Christopher

Gold is a touchy subject on Wall Street. It has been ever since FDR drove Americans and their gold apart 80 years ago. Although gold bullion ownership has been legal in the U.S. since 1974, a relentless government campaign to dampen the gold price has left gold trailing in public popularity and perception.

The 10th Man: Midterm Elections: Would a Republican Win Be Bullish for the Stock Market?
By: Jared Dillian

I had an instant-messenger conversation with one of my clients the other day. It was pretty annoying—he wrote things like “BULL MARKET, DUDE,” and harangued me about my net-short positioning. Then he started telling me that the market was going to rip if the Republicans took both houses of Congress in the midterm elections. At that point, I felt like I needed to intervene.

A Conversation With Alan Greenspan - CFR Video
By: Council on Foreign Relations

Alan Greenspan discusses current trends in the global economy and his solutions for addressing the financial crisis.

Alan Greenspan "GATA's missed opportunity" part 2.
By: Bill Holter

In part one, I recounted Alan Greenspan's one on one interview with Gary Alexander. Later in the day Saturday, Alan Greenspan was part of a round table with Porter Stansberry and Dr. Marc Faber, moderated by Mr. Alexander. While both Stansberry and Faber had a couple of good "zingers" for Mr. Greenspan early on and they both had good points and additions to the discussion, I want to concentrate on what Alan Greenspan had to say. Before getting to part 2, I do want to make one correction to yesterday's piece.

Swiss gold referendum likely to pass and send prices higher says Julius Baer’s Burkhard Varnholt
By: Peter Cooper

Swiss private bank Julius Baer’s chief investment officer Burkhard Varnholt told ArabianMoney that the gold referendum in Switzerland (click here) is likely to pass and that will send gold prices much higher next year as the Swiss Central Bank will then have no alternative but to buy gold.

CHINESE GOLD DEMAND: Twice As Much As Official Reported Figures
By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report

For some strange reason, the Western official gold demand figures for China are WAY OFF. According to a recent article by Koos Jansen at, the Chinese Gold Association reported much higher gold demand than the figures published by the World Gold Council. In the article, China Gold Association: 2013 Gold Demand Was 2,199t, wholesale gold demand in China was 2,199 metric tons (mt) in 2013 compared to the 1,066 mt reported by the World Gold Council.

Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Gold Declines Once Again As Expected
By: Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

Briefly: In our opinion speculative short positions (full) in gold, silver and mining stocks are justified from the risk/reward perspective. Gold and mining stocks declined yesterday in a rather profound way. The GDX ETF finally broke below its 2013 lows and the volume that corresponded to this action was high. However, silver almost didn’t react – why didn’t it? Will we see a rally shortly?

Outside the Box: The Colder War
By: John Mauldin

The story of energy is the story of human expansion. From the days when we roamed the African savanna, we tamed first fire and then other forms of energy, using them as tools to control our environment and improve our lives. The control of energy has always been at the heart of the human story.

Gold & Silver Market Morning
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold/Silver Forecaster - Global Watch

The gold price closed at $1,211.20 down $17.80 on Wednesday. Asia and London took down to $1,204.80. The euro is weaker this morning at $1.2587 down 1.48 cents on the day. The Fix was set $1,205.75 down $23.50 and in the euro at €958.085 down €6.487, while the euro stood weaker at $1.2585. The volumes of gold traded were two sellers selling 40,000 ounces and two buyers buying 24,000 ounces before the pro-rata process kicked in. Ahead of New York’s opening, gold was trading at $1,206.20 and in the euro at €957.91.

Fed Ends QE? Greenspan Says Gold “Measurably” “Higher” In 5 Years
By: GoldCore

As expected, the Fed announced yesterday it would end its six year money printing and bond buying programme. Given the fragile nature of the U.S. economy, Eurozone economy and indeed the global economy, Fed critics continue to believe that this may be a short term hiatus prior to a resumption of QE, if asset prices start to fall or economic growth falters.

  Wednesday Edition:   October 29, 2014

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Fall About 1%
By: Chris Mullen,

Why Putin Has Been Able to Outwit America and Take Over the Global Energy Trade
By: Casey Research

Bob Moriarty: Flock of Black Swans Points to Imminent Stock Market Crash
By: The Gold Report

Read This and Tell Me a Crash Isn’t Coming
By: Graham Summers

Alan Greenspan, "cleansing his legacy" Part 1
By: Bill Holter

Greenspan: Price of Gold Will Rise
By: Axel Merk

Why? Because it’s Always been that way?
By: It's a Mystery

Connecting the Dots: The Ticking Time Bomb of the Strong US Dollar
By: Tony Sagami

TransTech Digest: Why Mitochondria Matter
By: Patrick Cox

Gold & Silver Market Morning
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold/Silver Forecaster - Global Watch

U.S. Mint Gold Coin Sales Near 60,000 Ounces In October - Swiss Gold Initiative Leading To Increase In Demand?
By: GoldCore

Asian Metals Market Update
By: Manan Somani, Insignia Consultants

  Tuesday Edition:   October 28, 2014

The “End of QE” – LOL
By: Andrew Hoffman

Markets and reality disconnected
By: Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney

The Most Important Chart on the Planet
By: Rambus

Timmins Gold Reports Earnings from Operations of $3.9 Million in Third Quarter of 2014
By: Timmins Gold Corp.

Feeling Mortal
By: Captain Hook

"The Debate" ...if you can call it that?
By: Bill Holter

As the Eurozone Stalls, China Cuts the Red Tape
By: Frank Holmes

A Tale of Two Cities
By: Gary Christenson, Deviant Investor

Does gold always respond to real interest rates?
By: Arkadiusz Sieron

Functional Economics - Getting Your House in Order
By: Dr. Jeffrey Lewis

Economic Snapshot
By: Biiwii

The Bear Growls Publicly
By: Bill Holter

Gold: Minor Weakness Is Nothing To Fear
By: Stewart Thomson

Omniscient Federal Reserve Captures The Capital Market, For Now. Gold Beckons.
By: GoldCore

The business secrets of the world’s most successful gold company -- David Harquail, Franco-Nevada
By: Henry Bonner, Sprott Global

Things That Make You Go Hmmm: This Little Piggy Bent The Market
By: Grant Williams

Oliver Gross Says Peak Gold Is Here to Stay
By: Oliver Gross

The All-Time Biggest Lie
By: Andrew Hoffman

Total War over the Petrodollar
By: Marin Katusa, Casey Research

Gold & Silver Market Morning: Oct-28-2014
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold Forecaster

  Monday Edition:   October 27, 2014

Swiss gold initiative advocates professionalize their campaign and need your help
By: Chris Powell, GATA

Precious Metals Subdued as Panic Over
By: Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney

Accelerating to What Exactly?
By: Richard Mills, Ahead of the Herd Radio: Gerald Celente & Peter Grandich, and your host Chris Waltzek

Gold price suppression documents cited in debate at New Orleans conference
By: Chris Powell

Thoughts from the Frontline - A Scary Story for Emerging Markets
By: John Mauldin

Fans of Central Banking Have an Achilles Heel
By: Keith Weiner

Respect The Trend But Prepare For A Reversal
By: Michael Noonan

Who rules? Information Technology
By: George Smith

Greenspan says he's not aware of gold price suppression through central bank leasing
By: Chris Powell

Markets And Metals Are Ready But They Will Diverge
By: Warren Bevan

Asian metals market update
By: Chintan Karnani

Gold & Silver Market Morning: Oct-27-2014
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold Forecaster

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