The World Is Going to Pay for Brexit

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Source: Bob Moriarty  (06/26/2016)
The World Is Going to Pay for Brexit
Bob Moriarty discusses the reasons behind the Brexit vote and why governments need to change. read more >

A Bull Market in Gold Is Now Confirmed

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Source: Jack Chan  (06/25/2016)
A Bull Market in Gold Is Now Confirmed
Gold rose sharply after Britain's Brexit vote and technical analyst Jack Chan has found that a new gold bull market has been confirmed. read more >

Markets Roiled as Britain Votes Itself Out of EU

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Source: Clive Maund  (06/24/2016)
Markets Roiled as Britain Votes Itself Out of EU
Britain has voted to exit the European Union and its prime minister has resigned in the wake of the Brexit vote. The markets have, so far, reflected the world's uneasy reaction to the event. But it is early days, says newsletter writer and technical analyst Clive Maund, who offers his views on the day after Brexit. read more >
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Potential of High-Grade Gold Deposits Draws Adamera to Washington

Managment Q&A: View from the Top
Source: The Gold Report  (06/23/2016)
Potential of High-Grade Gold Deposits Draws Adamera to Washington
Washington State has seen substantial historical gold mining dating back to the 1890s, but that doesn't mean there still isn't gold to be mined. Mark Kolebaba, CEO of Adamera Minerals, extols the advantages of exploring in Washington and explains why it offers low-cost opportunities. read more >

Klondex Finds Growth Opportunity in True North

Source: The Gold Report  (06/23/2016)
Klondex Finds Growth Opportunity in True North
Klondex Mines Ltd. released an update on the company's exploration and project development activities at its True North Gold mine, which was formerly known as the Rice Lake mine, in Manitoba, Canada. The company acquired the Canadian asset in January 2016. read more >

How the Brexit Vote Will Affect the Markets

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Source: Clive Maund  (06/23/2016)
How the Brexit Vote Will Affect the Markets
Regardless the outcome of the Brexit vote, the European Union is failing, according to newsletter writer and technical analyst Clive Maund. The consequences will likely include a soaring dollar and a falling euro, market volatility and a slide in the prices of some commodities, but Maund has identified ways investors can profit from the chaos. read more >

Are Copper and China Set to Rally?

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Source: Clive Maund  (06/21/2016)
Are Copper and China Set to Rally?
Technical analyst and newsletter writer Clive Maund explores the link between an anticipated copper rally and an upswing in Chinese markets. read more >
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Will Brexit Vote Push US Dollar One Way or the Other?

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Source: Jack Chan  (06/20/2016)
Will Brexit Vote Push US Dollar One Way or the Other?
With both gold and silver ETFs trading in heavy volumes last week, technical analyst Jack Chan suspects liquidation is occurring, and speculates that the upcoming Brexit vote could impact the U.S. dollar. read more >

Is It Time to Dump Gold and Buy Platinum?

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Source: Bob Moriarty  (06/20/2016)
Is It Time to Dump Gold and Buy Platinum?
Bob Moriarty explains why precious metals investors may want to look beyond gold to a commodity with a long history and an interesting relationship to the yellow metal. read more >

Commercial Traders Have Just Gone Over the Top

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Source: Michael Ballanger  (06/18/2016)
Commercial Traders Have Just Gone Over the Top
Precious metals expert Michael Ballanger examines Friday's COT report and discusses its implication for investors. read more >

The Fed Giveth and the Bullion Banks Taketh Away…

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Source: Michael J. Ballanger  (06/16/2016)
The Fed Giveth and the Bullion Banks Taketh Away…
Precious metal expert Michael Ballanger breaks down the gold price roller coaster surrounding the Fed's decision not to raise interest rates. read more >