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  Thursday Edition:   March 05, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver End Near Unchanged Before Jobs Day
By: Chris Mullen,

Gold dipped $1.43 to $1197.97 in London before it rallied back to $1209.48 at about 10:40AM EST and then drifted back lower in the next few hours of trade, but it then bounced back higher in early afternoon trade and ended with a loss of just 0.12%. Silver rose to as high as $16.362 and ended with a gain of 0.19%.

NASDAQ at 5,000!
By: David Chapman

The NASDAQ hit 5,000. Maybe champagne corks were popped. Ok the NASDAQ is still short of the actual March 2000 top of 5,132. So the market still has another 100 points or so to go (high so far in March 2015 is 5,008). But let’s keep things in perspective. The high of March 2000 is the nominal high. On an inflation adjusted basis the NASDAQ is still 28% below that 2000 high. On that basis, the NASDAQ still has some work to do.

Monetary System, World Order We’ve Had Since 1940’s Is Collapsing: Richard Maybury
By: Henry Bonner

Richard Maybury has been predicting ‘black swan’ events in his newsletter Early Warning Report for the last two decades. In a recent conversation, he put his finger on something happening around the world. He sees a growing anxiety about global events – “everybody knows there’s something seriously wrong but they don’t know what is really happening,” he said.

Does Rob McEwen really not wonder why gold isn't at $5,000 already?
By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA

If there's a tougher and shrewder entrepreneur and executive in the gold mining business than Rob McEwen, founder of Goldcorp and now CEO of McEwen Mining, GATA doesn't know of one. But McEwen's remarks this week at the PDAC conference in Toronto, at least as conveyed by the National Post, suggest that he's not tough and shrewd enough -- that in the crucial respect he's just like the rest of management in the gold-mining industry, unable to put 2 and 2 together even as the equation is flashing in neon lights right in front of him.

The Second Round of the Crisis Will DWARF 2008 In Size and Scope
By: Graham Summers

For 30+ years, sovereign nations have been papering over the decline in living standards by issuing debt. In its simplest rendering, sovereign nations spent more than they could collect in taxes, so they issued debt (borrowed money) to fund their various welfare schemes. This was usually sold as a “temporary” issue. But as politicians have shown us time and again, overspending is never a temporary issue. Today, a whopping 47% of American households receive some kind of Government benefit. This is not temporary… this is endemic.

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
By: Bill Holter

The latest news out of Greece is truly a head scratcher. After agreeing with the Eurozone to a four month extension, the new plan to get from here to there can only be described as insane. In order to roll over current debt, Greece plans to borrow from public pensions! They had a T-bill auction yesterday which was supported by funds from their public retirement fund, the method employed was comical. What Greece has decided to do is to pledge securities into the "repo" market to raise cash, this cash is then used to bid at auction ...the new funds then are used to pay down past debt.

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GoldSeek Radio Nugget: Dr. Marc Faber & Chris Waltzek

Mr. Ponzi – Patron Saint
By: Gary Christenson

Mr. Ponzi was a charming con-artist who operated about a century ago in the United States and Canada. He enticed investors to contribute new money to his investment scheme (100% return in 90 days), skimmed a portion for his luxurious needs, and used the remaining money to pay off prior investors. The system worked marvelously until it collapsed and people realized that his postal reply coupon investments could not produce the profits that supposedly paid off early investors.

Chinese Gold Financing Deals Explained
By: Koos Jansen

One of the main causes many gold analysts assume Chinese gold demand (and withdrawals from the vaults of the Shanghai Gold Exchange) is inflated is because of Chinese Commodity Financing Deals (CCFD). However, this analysis is incorrect.

Outside the Box: The Kingdom of Denmark
By: John Mauldin and Michael Lewitt

In Thoughts from the Frontline, I am in the middle of writing a series on debt. I realized on Sunday that the second installment wasn’t ready for prime time, so I will work on it some more and send it out (hopefully) this coming weekend. In the meantime, in keeping with the theme of debt, for today’s Outside the Box we have the following issue of The Credit Strategist from the ever-insightful Michael Lewitt. Michael starts out musing on debt and then shares a number of useful thoughts on a variety of market topics, with his usual panache.

Connecting the Dots: Oil, Jobs, Consumer Confidence, and Humpty Dumpty
By: Tony Sagami

Politicians, Wall Street, and the Federal Reserve Bank want you to think the economy is doing great thanks to the big improvements in the labor market. However, Janet Yellen, who testified before the Senate Banking Committee last week, admitted that the labor market isn’t so rosy.

The Most Likely Stocks to Give You Vertical Profits
By: Casey Research

"This is a historical opportunity," says Pierre Lassonde, co-founder and chairman of gold royalty company Franco-Nevada. Right now, gold stocks are so beaten down and undervalued that they have nowhere to go but up. And once the gold market rallies again, the best of the best mining companies—those with proven management teams and high-grade ounces in the ground—will simply go vertical.

Goldsource Commences Construction at Eagle Mountain Gold Project, Guyana, South America
By: Goldsource Mines Inc.

Goldsource Mines Inc. (“Goldsource” or the “Company”) announces that construction has commenced at its Eagle Mountain Gold Project located in Guyana, South America. The Phase I development consists of a 1,000 tonnes per day open pit ‑ gravity plant for an eight year mine life with estimated pre-production capital costs of US$5.9 million and expected cash operating costs of US$480 per ounce of gold.

SilverCrest to Release 2014 Fourth Quarter and Year-End Financial Results on an Amended Date, March 25, 2015
By: SilverCrest Mines Inc.

The Company’s audited 2014 fourth quarter and year-end financial results are now scheduled to be released after market closes on Wednesday March 25, 2015. SilverCrest will be holding a conference call to discuss these results on Thursday, March 26, 2015, at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST).

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

New York closed at $1,199.40 down $3.80 in a market dominated by currency issues. Asia took the gold price up to $1,204 before London pulled it down to $1,199. London then Fixed the gold price at $1,199.75 down $4.50 and in the euro, at €1,086.041, up €3.374, while the euro was at $1.1047 down nearly three quarters of a cent. Ahead of New York’s opening, gold was trading in London at $1,200.00 and in the euro at €1,086.17.

“Cyber Security Loophole”- Bank Hackers “Unfettered Access” To Accounts
By: GoldCore

The vulnerability of banks and the global banking system – reliant as it has become on computer systems, information technology and the internet – was highlighted yet again in an important article in the Financial Times on Tuesday which was largely ignored elsewhere.

  Wednesday Edition:   March 04, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver End Slightly Lower Again
By: Chris Mullen,

Strategic Backfire On US Govt Policy
By: Jim Willie CB

Currency Turmoil Makes Precious Metals Ownership a Necessity
By: Stefan Gleason

"Gold Has Never Been More Valuable Than It Is Today!"
By: Bill Holter

What Top Hedge Fund Managers Really Think About Gold
By: Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst

The psychology of a sideways trend
By: Clif Droke

An Ocean of Money and No One wants Gold?
By: It's a Mystery

The LBMA Gold Price will replace the Gold Fixing Price
By: Arkadiusz Sieron

Peter Schiff on Renouncing US Citizenship – Gold Videocast
By: Peter Schiff

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

Canada’s Central Bank Requests End To Defacing of Debasing Canadian Dollar
By: GoldCore

  Tuesday Edition:   March 03, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver End Slightly Lower
By: Chris Mullen,

India the Best-Performing Emerging Market
By: Frank Holmes

When Will the Next “Rally" Develop in Silver & Gold
By: Avi Gilburt

Choosing Your Poison!
By: Bill Holter

Greek Problems Born from Socialism
By: John Browne, Senior Economic Consultant at Euro Pacific Capital

Back in 2012 Brodsky and Quaintance suspected worldwide gold redistribution
By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA

Where Did The Gold In Fort Knox Come From? Part One
By: Koos Jansen

By: Turd Ferguson

The Silence of the Lambs
By: Gary Christenson

Gold: Seasonals & The Jobs Report
By: Stewart Thomson

Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Gold and Miners Decline Together Too
By: Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

MEXICO: World’s Number One Silver Producer Slips In 2014
By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report

5 Reasons Why it Made Sense to Leave America.
By: Randy Hilarski

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

Bondholders “Bailed In” In Austria – EU Bondholders Today, U.S. Depositors Tomorrow?
By: GoldCore

  Monday Edition:   March 02, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Fall While Stocks Climb Higher
By: Chris Mullen,

Could Apple Buy a Third of the World’s Gold?
By: Frank Holmes

The Herd Can Be Blind
By: Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital

Tesla: Bonfire of the Money Printers’ Vanities
By: David Stockman, Former Director of the Office of Management and Budget

The US is Heading Into a Recession… And Stocks Will Crash
By: Graham Summers

Truth "And" Consequences?
By: Bill Holter

SWOT Analysis: Can Gold and the U.S. Federal Debt Return to Its 20-Year Correlated Relationship?
By: Frank Holmes

Are markets really bigger than governments? Don't count on it
By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA

Pitchfork Playground Weekly Newsletter – Gold Update
By: Bryan Post

WHAT IF The PM Bulls are Back
By: Rambus

Gold ready for a bounce?
By: Jim Anthony

New Jersey Mining Enters Strategic Partnership Agreement With Juniper Resources and Its Affiliates
By: New Jersey Mining Company

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

Gold Demand in Europe, U.S. – Reuters Interview GoldCore
By: GoldCore

Asian Metals Market Update
By: Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants

  Sunday Edition:   March 01, 2015 Radio: Peter Grandich & Bob Hoye, and your host Chris Waltzek

1968 magazine article shows how control of gold is main mechanism of imperial power
By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA

A Glimmer of Hope
By: Gary Savage

US Dollar remaining strong
By: Dan Norcini

The Bank of England and the London Gold Fixings in the 1980s
By: Ronan Manly

Outside the Box: Shovelin’ Schmitt Against the Tide
By: John Mauldin

Gold CoT Improving, But...
By: Gary Tanashian

Insanity Prevails; PMs Without Direction
By: Michael Noonan

Metals Bouncing While Markets Remain Strong
By: Warren Bevan

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 Change -0.0064   -0.5%
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 Change 0.0026   0.4%
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 Low|High 1.24614   1.24958
 Change -0.0019   -0.16%
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 Change -0.0063   -0.1%
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 Low|High 1.09295   1.10324
 Change -0.0077   -0.7%
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 Low|High 62.212   62.46
 Change -0.046   -0.07%
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 Low|High 1.33284   1.34239
 Change 0.0017   0.13%
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 Low|High 58.904   61.134
 Change -1.155   -1.9%
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 Low|High 11.76733   11.854
 Change -0.0292   -0.25%
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 Bid|Ask 0.97713   0.97723
 Low|High 0.97206   0.97814
 Change 0.0033   0.34%
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