Why We Cannot Ignore The Significance Of The Baltic Index

Date: 11 Jan 2016 The significance of the data from the Baltic Index cannot be overlooked. The index measures dry bulk shipping, which means shipment of raw materials if the index falls, it means that less raw materials are being shipped across the globe. Here’s what at stake: 1) Shipping

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China’s Gold Ambition

Date: 11 Jan 2016 The dotted lines are there. But the jigsaw pieces seem loose at the moment. These are the news: 1) China is the the largest importer of gold and it is the world’s largest gold miner. It is estimated that for more than a decade, China has

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#09: Gold and Silver ETFs

Stock Picks Date: 7 January 2016

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China And Russia Continue To Accumulate Gold

Date: 24 Dec 2015 Recent reports on China and Russia purchase of the precious metal. China imports gold directly and also through Hong Kong which led many to believe that China has more gold than what was announced. THE DRAIN CONTINUES: U.S. Exports More Gold To Hong Kong Than It

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#08: Short ETFs and Pan American Silver Corp

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#07: Short ETFs and Silver Wheaton Corp

Stock Picks Date: 11 December 2015

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#06: Gilead Sciences & Peregrine Pharma

Stock Picks Date: 27 November 2015

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#05: Croesus Retail Trust (CRT) and Religare Health Trust (RHT)

Stock Picks Date: 13 November 2015

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No Interest Rate Hike In October But…..

Date: 29 Oct 2015 Well the Federal Reserve had put interest rate on hold, but wording quite strongly that there could be a hike further down the road. The Federal Reserve has unwittingly painted themselves into a corner. By announcing that there will be a rate hike this year, to

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Deflation, Inflation And Gold

Date: 24 Oct 2015 Below is a very interesting article and reinforce my believe that gold could be the bright spark in the coming years. Within 2 days we have seen The ECB  (European Central Bank) maintaining its rates and hinting of further QE by year end if the EU

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