Pacton Gold completes LIDAR survey at Red Lake

Pacton Gold completes LIDAR survey at Red Lake

Image by Pacton Gold. By Canadian Mining Journal Staff, 08/15/2019 Pacton Gold (CVE: PAC) recently completed a LIDAR survey over its properties near Red Lake, Ontario. The light detection and ranging system greatly improved the identification of outcrops and sped up the mapping process. Pacton will use the information in selecting targets for its [...] Read more

Africa’s biggest fund manager sees gold boom in West Africa

Africa’s biggest fund manager sees gold boom in West Africa

Obuasi is one of Africa’s largest gold mines, but it’s not operational at the moment. (Image courtesy of AngloGold Ashanti) By Felix Njini, Bloomberg News 08/15/2019 Africa’s largest money manager sees “significant investment opportunities” in West African gold mining as the industry at the southern end of the continent declines. Investor-friendly [...] Read more

The 2s10s Just Inverted: Here's What Happens Next

By Tyler Durden 08/14/2019 It's official: after 12 years - and the longest central-bank propped expansion on record - the business cycle is once again officially in its death throes when this morning the 2s10s Treasury yield curve inverted for the first time since May 2007. Why is the market freaking out? Because of all economic indicators, this [...] Read more

"Zero Has No Meaning" Says Greenspan: I Disagree, So Does Gold

"Zero Has No Meaning" Says Greenspan: I Disagree, So Does Gold

By Mike "Mish" Shedlock 08/14/2019 Negative yields? Who cares says Greenspan. It's meaningless. Negative Yields "No Big Deal" Former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan sees No Barriers to Prevent Negative Treasury Yields. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says he wouldn’t be surprised if U.S. bond yields turn negative. And if they do, it’s not [...] Read more

Paul Craig Roberts Asks "Is The Fed Losing Control Of The Gold Price?"

By Tyler Durden 08/09/2019 Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, After years of being kept in the doldrums by orchestrated short-selling described on this website by Roberts and Kranzler, gold has lately moved up sharply topping $1,500 this week. The gold price has continued to rise despite the continuing practice of dumping large volumes of naked [...] Read more

Why a euro collapse will precede a US$ collapse

Why a euro collapse will precede a US$ collapse

By Steven Saville 08/05/2019 The euro may well gain in value relative to the US$ over the next 12 months, but three differences between the monetary systems of the US and the euro-zone guarantee that the euro will collapse (cease being a useful medium of exchange) before the US$ collapses. The first difference is to do with the euro-zone system [...] Read more

Peter Schiff: We Have Global Currency Weakness; They’re All Losing Value When Priced in Gold

Peter Schiff: We Have Global Currency Weakness; They’re All Losing Value When Priced in Gold

By SchiffGold 08/07/2019 Several currencies have been strong against the dollar over the last couple of days, but as Peter Schiff said in his podcast, the biggest gainer wasn’t a currency at all. It was real money – gold. Gold hit six-year highs on Monday and set records in a number of currencies. It continued to move upward on Tuesday. Overnight, [...] Read more

Financial World Gone Nuts: $15 Trillion Negative Yielding Debt

By Wolf Richter 08/06/2019 12 countries with negative 10-year yields. A race to hell. Every day brings new indications that the financial world is going from already nuts to even nuttier. According to Bloomberg, the total amount of bonds outstanding globally that are trading with a negative yield exceed for the first time $15 trillion. This [...] Read more

Silver/Gold Ratio About To Send Multi-year Bullish Breakout Message?

Иy kimblecharting 08/05/2019 Precious metals are beginning to catch the eye of investors around the world. In particular, Gold has been performing quite well. But, as many investors know, it takes two to tango. And silver is an important part of that tango. Perhaps more important than gold. Why? Because bull markets in precious metals tend to [...] Read more

Germany Stalls and Europe Craters

By Alastair Crooke 08/11/2019 The influential economic commentator on Europe, Ambrose Pritchard Evans,writes: “German industry is in the deepest slump since the global financial crisis, and threatens to push Europe’s powerhouse economy into full-blown recession. The darkening outlook is forcing the European Central Bank to contemplate ever more [...] Read more

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