Robbers postal stagecoaches or something from the hard life of idiots

A man with glasses and a mask, threatening with a pistol, demanded to give him money. But the branch does not work with cash, and the robber disappeared with nothing. Now the police are looking for him. 03/22/2019 By Anna Trunina, Egor Gubernatorov, RBC An unidentified masked figure burst into a branch of one of the banks in the north of Moscow [...] Read more

For The Average Investor, The Next Bear Market Will Likely Be The Last

Вy Lance Roberts 03/ 25/2019 Just recently Anna-Louise Jackson published an interesting article asking if “The Financial Crisis” still haunted your investing. To wit: “This month marks the 10-year anniversary of the current bull market’s beginnings. Yet, many Americans remain reluctant to invest in the stock market, a scary hangover from the [...] Read more

Weekly Commentary: Doing Harm with Uber-Dovish

By Doug Noland, Credit Bubble Bulletin 03/23/2019 This week’s FOMC meeting will be debated for years – perhaps even decades. The Fed essentially pre-committed to no rate hike in 2019. The committee downgraded both its growth and inflation forecasts. Having all at once turned of little consequence, we can now dismiss the 3.8% unemployment rate and [...] Read more

Is Inflation Beginning? Are You Ready?

By MN Gordon 03/22/2019 “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” remarked George Santayana over 100 years ago. These words, as strung together in this sequence, certainly sound good. But how to render them to actionable advice is less certain. Aren’t some facets of the past – like the floppy disk – not worth remembering? [...] Read more

Data scientists and geoscientists offered A$1m to predict next big mineral deposit in South Australia

Data scientists and geoscientists offered A$1m to predict next big mineral deposit in South Australia

Underground operation at the Prominent Hill mine. Photo by OZ Minerals. By MINING.com Staff 03/21/2019 Energy and resources open innovation platform Unearthed joined forces with Adelaide-based OZ Minerals to launch the Explorer Challenge, a competition that brings together data scientists, geoscientists and mining professionals to create machine [...] Read more

Will the Fed cut its interest rate forecast, pushing gold higher?

By Sunshine Profits, Przemyslaw Radomski 03/20/2019 Some important pieces of the US economic reports, including the latest nonfarm payrolls, have disappointed recently. May indicators (including the leading ones) have hit a soft patch it seems. Will that push the Fed to downgrade its dot-plot or fine-tune the monetary policy mix anyhow? Can gold [...] Read more

Fed holding steady on rates may boost gold performance — report

Fed holding steady on rates may boost gold performance — report

Image: Generation Grundeinkommen By MINING.com Editor 03/20/2019 Wednesday's Federal Reserve Open Markets Committee (FOMC) meeting confirmed market expectations that the Federal Reserve will remain on hold for the rest of the year. This decision could have significant implications on the gold market, according to analysts at the World Gold Council [...] Read more

77-year chart shows upswing in gold mining stocks have hardly begun

77-year chart shows upswing in gold mining stocks have hardly begun

Invest now or later. Image by artemuestra By Frik Els 03/21/2019 Gold was trading just shy of the $1,320 an ounce mark in overnight trading in New York on Thursday, a three-week high. The latest bounce comes after Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting confirmed market expectations that interest rates remain on hold for the rest of the year. A panel [...] Read more

The Coming Wave Of Junior Gold Miner Buyouts

BY JOHN RUBINO 03/15/2019 Spend a little time researching gold mining stocks and you’ll notice that once you get past a handful of familiar names there’s a long list of companies you’ve never heard of. Most of these are the proverbial “hole in the ground with a liar standing next to it.” But a fair number are real miners with legitimate [...] Read more

Jay Taylor: Under “Basel III” Rules, Gold Becomes Money!

BY JOHN RUBINO 03/16/2019 In his latest newsletter commodities analyst Jay Taylor notes that a very important date is approaching: In 2018, central banks added nearly 23 million ounces of gold, up 74% from 2017. This is the highest annual purchase rate increase since 1971, and the second-highest rate in history. Russia was the biggest buyer. And [...] Read more

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