Ditching The Dollar - By Marin Katusa (18/4/12) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 April 2012 10:33

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“Net Sober” - By Eric Fry (18/4/12) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 April 2012 10:32

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Physical Vs. Paper: The Real War - By Kathryn Derbes (17/4/12) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 April 2012 12:21

Financial Sense

Paper Pricing Fuels Volatility, Physical Buying Takes Advantage

After experiencing years of steady price increases in precious metals followed by swift declines, we are not strangers to volatile markets. Many of us have become "seasoned" to exceptional price swings even though their frequency and magnitude can be wearing. The same can be said about any battle. Right now we are in the middle of a monetary war to return to a sound monetary system. The paper gold pricing system vs. the physical holders are on the front lines.

Here's another truth: what doesn't kill us makes us stronger. Physical gold is in and going into strong hands. On waterfall price declines in the paper market, physical purchases accelerate. We see virtually no selling of physical during times like this. Further, in our daily conversations we hear absolute resolve of physical gold owners to stay the course until we are once again is a sound monetary system. Collectively our belief in gold as the antidote to a failing fiat monetary system is stronger than ever, even though precious metals prices seem to take the steps up and the elevator down. As Jim Grant has said (paraphrasing) "gold is for the weary, not necessarily the frightened.

Big Hat, No Cattle



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Deja 2011 All Over Again - By Tyler Durden (17/4/12) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 April 2012 12:17

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From the first day of 2012 we predicted, and have done so until we were blue in the face, that 2012 would be a carbon copy of 2011... and thus 2010. Unfortunately when setting the screenplay, the central planners of the world really don't have that much imagination and recycling scripts is the best they can do. And while this forecast will not be glaringly obvious until the debt ceiling fiasco is repeated at almost the same time in 2012 as it was in 2011, we are happy that more and more people are starting to, as quite often happens, see things our way. We present David Rosenberg who summarizes why 2012 is Deja 2011 all over again.

From Gluskin Sheff

DEJA VU

It is incredible how things are playing out so similarly to this time last year. We closed the books on 2010 at 1,257 on the S&P 500, then hit an interim high of 1,343 on February 18th of 2011 and then corrected to 1,256 on March 16th. We later had a nice bounce off that low to 1,363 on April 29th (a higher high). Who knew then that by October 3rd, the index would roll all the way back to 1,099 and was in dire need yet again for more central bank intervention?

This time around, the S&P 500 kicked off the year at 1,257 to hit an interim high of 1,374 on March 1st. We then corrected down to 1,343 as of March 6th and then rallied our way back to 1,419 on April 2nd (again, a higher high). Only time will tell if the 1,419 close on April 2nd proves to be the peak for the year as the 1,363 high as back on April 29th of last year.



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Iceland's President Explains Why The World Needs To Rethink Its Addiction To Finance - By Adam Taylor (17/4/12) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 April 2012 11:37

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