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  • Time to Admit That Gold Peaked in 2011?

    By Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst Have you seen this “real price of gold” chart that’s been making waves? Among other things, it purports to show the gold price adjusted for inflation over the past 223 years. Notice the 1980 vs. 2011 levels. The chart makes it seem that...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 05-06-2014
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  • Doug Casey on Gold Stocks

    By Doug Casey, Chairman The following is an excerpt from famous contrarian speculator and libertarian freethinker Doug Casey's latest book, Right on the Money . The interview with Casey Research Chief Metals & Mining Analyst Louis James took place on September 30, 2009, when gold stocks were...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 02-05-2014
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  • Peak Gold

    By Andrey Dashkov, Research Analyst In the mining business, it is said that grade is king. A high-grade project attracts attention and money. High-grade drill intercepts can send an exploration company's stock price higher by an order of magnitude. As a project moves to the development stage, the...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 08-21-2013
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  • Buy Gold NOW

    By Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst You've undoubtedly read about the dramatic increase in demand for gold and silver bullion products since the big correction two weeks ago. Supply has gotten tight, premiums are rising, and inventory is hard to come by, especially for certain silver products...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 04-30-2013
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  • Physical Gold vs. Paper Gold: The Ultimate Disconnect

    By Bud Conrad, Chief Economist How can we explain gold dropping into the $1,300 level in less than a week? Here are some of the factors: George Soros cut his fund holdings in the biggest gold ETF by 55% in the fourth quarter of 2012. He was not alone: the gold holdings of GLD have contracted all year...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 04-23-2013
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  • Why Are We Certain that Gold Producers Will Soar?

    By Jeff Clark For the past eighteen months, gold stocks have been pummeled. They showed some life from mid-May to mid-June – GDX, the gold miner's index, was up 21%, while gold rose 5.5%. That bounce was exciting, but they've still got a lot of lost ground to make up. Since January 1, 2011...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 06-28-2012
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  • Gold’s “Contrarian Moment”

    By David Galland Glancing at the news most days, it's hard not to feel like Bill Murray's character in Groundhog Day . In the event you are unfamiliar with the movie, in it Murray's character becomes trapped in the same day… day after day. In the current circular condition, we have...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 05-29-2012
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  • What Is Volume Telling Us about Gold Stocks?

    By Jeff Clark, Casey Research I've read articles from more than one analyst claiming that gold stocks are down on low volume, implying there's a lack of interest in precious metals. While on the surface that seems like an obvious statement, their point is that most of the recent volume has been...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 05-22-2012
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  • The End of the Debt Supercycle Draws Near: John Mauldin

    Source: Karen Roche and JT Long of The Gold Report (5/7/12) Are developed nations across the globe at the precipice of oblivion? Yep, says pundit John Mauldin. Fresh after the announcement of a new joint venture with Casey Research and the conclusion of his own Strategic Investment Conference in Carlsbad...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 05-08-2012
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  • Will India Stop Buying Gold?

    By Jeff Clark, We've read mixed reports about how lofty gold and silver prices are affecting demand in India. One month we're told demand is up, and the next it's supposedly down. I'm not suggesting that official reports are inaccurate, but it is admittedly confusing and doesn't help...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 04-02-2012
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  • Iran Says "Gold Is Money"

    By Louis James, Casey Research Economic crises signal that the current system isn't working as expected and needs improvement. When it comes to monetary systems, questioning their fundamentals can lead to doubts about whether the preferred medium of exchange will continue to be preferred for long...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 03-21-2012
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  • If Gold Could Talk

    By Jeff Clark Have you ever had any doubts about gold? Does it sometimes feel like it should be performing better? Are you concerned about its volatility? Do you worry about how it might perform in the future? Have you ever wondered about its true purchasing power? Maybe you're nervous about a big...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 02-23-2012
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  • Ben Graham’s Curse on Gold

    This week we have a shorter Outside the Box, from my friend David Galland at Casey Research, with an interesting insight into why gold can be considered as a poor investment by some rather influential investors (like Warren Buffett) while others may see it as the core of a diversified portfolio. As usual...
    Posted to John Mauldin's Outside the Box by John Mauldin on 02-21-2012
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  • When Will Gold Reach a New High?

    By Jeff Clark, Some investors are frustrated and a few are worried that gold seems stuck in a rut. This stall in price has happened before, of course, but since 2001 it's always eventually powered to a new high. Unless one thinks the gold bull market is over, it's natural to wonder how long might...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 01-18-2012
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  • Are You Tempted to Sell, or Eager to Buy?

    By Jeff Clark It wasn't a fun week for gold. By the close on Friday, the metal was down 6.7% (based on London PM fix prices), the biggest weekly decline since September. It got downright irritating when the mainstream media seemingly rejoiced at gold's decline. Economist Nouriel Roubini poked...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 12-21-2011
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