Bloomberg Gold / Silver / Copper futures - Weekly review: September 2 - 6 Investing.com Investing.com - Gold futures bounced off a two-week low on Friday to end the session sharply higher, as weaker-than-forecast U.S.
euronews Should Investors Go For Gold In The Tokyo Olympics? Forbes Japanese celebrate after the announcement that Tokyo had been chosen to host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games, at Komazawa Olympic Park on September 8, 2013 in Tokyo, Japan.
Indian Express Oil, Gold Pull Back on Syria Strike Delay Wall Street Journal Oil and gold prices fell in early Asian trading Monday, as plans from the White House to delay a possible military strike in Syria eased oil-supply concerns and upbeat...
Gold Trade Most Bullish Since March on Syria Crisis: Commodities Bloomberg Gold traders are the most bullish in five months as mounting concern about military action in Syria drove prices into bull market territory.
Way back when I was a little, little boy I asked my grandfather, why do we vote?
He replied, we vote so we can elect people who represent our views and can convey them to the country, change laws and make decisions that will benefit us all as a whole.
Needless to say at the tender age of 7 I believed all this and further more had the utmost faith that these superior beings in parliament knew exactly what they were doing. How wrong was I…!
By the time I became old enough to vote I had already witnessed privatisation of the railways, collapse of more manufacturing and production companies than I can count and a public health service so short of cash that the wards themselves were health hazards.
But my generation took up the call and reversed the conservative majority with our vote; we answered the rally cry of change, the promise of a bright new dawn, a “Booming Briton”.
Well what can I say we brought into the media hype? A media controlled or coerced by the political spin doctors. Or was it the other way down?
This same media that delivered the New Labour is the same one that struck the nail in the coffin. And wasn’t that the same as it was for the Conservatives and Dame Margret Thatcher.
The point I am trying to make is our elected government own and controls NOTHING.
The rail network. Semi/Privatised.
The health service. Semi/Privatised.
Public housing. Semi/Privatised.
.Prisons/Justice system Semi/Privatised
Road network. Semi/Privatised.
So there for shouldn’t we be voting for the corporations to rule, as there the only ones who can make a change to the society we live in.
Last thought; When all of these services were privatised, surly the money from there sale should have gone back to the public, after all they were owned by us, the people. I didn’t get my check through the post…did you?
Giant bank holding companies now own airports, toll roads, and ports; control power plants; and store and hoard vast quantities of commodities of all sorts. They are systematically buying up or gaining control of the essential lifelines of the economy. How have they pulled this off, and where have they gotten the money?
In a letter to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke dated June 27, 2013, US Representative Alan Grayson and three co-signers expressed concern about the expansion of large banks into what have traditionally been non-financial commercial spheres. Specifically:
[W]e are concerned about how large banks have recently expanded their businesses into such fields as electric power production, oil refining and distribution, owning and operating of public assets such as ports and airports, and even uranium mining.
After listing some disturbing examples, they observed:
According to legal scholar Saule Omarova, over the past five years, there has been a “quiet transformation of U.S. financial holding companies.” These financial services companies have become global merchants that seek to extract rent from any commercial or financial business activity within their reach. They have used legal authority in Graham-Leach-Bliley to subvert the “foundational principle of separation of banking from commerce”. . . .
It seems like there is a significant macro-economic risk in having a massive entity like, say JP Morgan, both issuing credit cards and mortgages, managing municipal bond offerings, selling gasoline and electric power, running large oil tankers, trading derivatives, and owning and operating airports, in multiple countries.
A “macro” risk indeed – not just to our economy but to our democracy and our individual and national sovereignty. Giant banks are buying up our country’s infrastructure – the power and supply chains that are vital to the economy. Aren’t there rules against that? And where are the banks getting the money? ...
Gold edges toward $1400, as ETF holdings jump MarketWatch MADRID (MarketWatch) — Gold prices edged up Monday following gains last week built largely on anticipation that the Federal Reserve may hold off on reducing the pace of monetary stimulus.
Nothing goes up in a straight line, For short term traders there will be plenty of volatility to trade on. For long term investors the general trend is up.. all the way to $1,800. for more, contact us email@example.com or visit our site www.winnfin.com.
Step into the “Wayback Machine” and journey back in time to:
1932: Silver was selling for about $0.25 per ounce (average annual price per Kitco.com). Our $100 bill would buy about 400 ounces.
1962: Silver was selling for about $1.20 per ounce. Our $100 bill would buy about 83 ounces.
1982: Silver was selling at about $10.60 per ounce. Our $100 bill would buy about 9 ounces. (Early in 1980 silver spiked to about $50 per ounce for a day or so and then crashed.)
2012: Silver was selling for about $31 per ounce. Our $100 bill would buy about 3 ounces.
Today: Silver prices have been volatile. Our $100 bill will buy perhaps 4 ounces of silver.
Over the course of the last 100 years, during which we have been blessed with the Federal Reserve and massive government spending, our $100 bill no longer buys 400 ounces of real physical silver; now it will purchase only about 4 ounces. ...
Paper commodity trading is the stimulus gold needs to break out of its next resistance level, but ultimately it will be the catalyst for its global collapse. find out more at www.winnfin.com or mail me your questions firstname.lastname@example.org
euronews Romanians Rally for and Against Planned Gold Mine ABC News Thousands of Romanians demonstrated on Sunday both for and against a planned Canadian gold mine that would use cyanide in the extraction process.
Economic Times Government may extend repayment period under gold loan scheme Economic Times NEW DELHI: Domestic jewellers may get more time for repayment under the metal gold loan scheme, a measure the government is discussing with RBI in a bid to...
Malaysia's KWAP Pension Fund to Raise Global Investments Bloomberg Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan), Malaysia's second-biggest pension fund, is looking at real estate assets in Australia and the U.K.
International Business Times Gold Rally: Why And For How Long? Analysts Debate Gold Market Beating ...
We believe that as long as we see a weak Dollar, we will continue to see a bullish gold market, But once we see the dollar strengthen we should all brace our self for the crash of the century. Find out our exact predictions by following us. or mail us email@example.com or visit our site www.winnfin.com
It is purported that Napoleon once said of China "Let her sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world" as if aware of a destiny yet written. Raymond Wheeler was one of the pre-eminent researchers in the area of cycles. He amassed volumes of historical data from cycles of war, civilizations, business cycles and weather going back over 2500 years. Based on his records, he discovered a cycle where every 510 years there is an alternating shift of power between east and west. There seems to be no dearth of similar predictions in the annals of metaphysical literature. However, if reading tea leaves or interpreting a pile of bones on the ground isn't your cup of tea, evidence of such a future seems to be presenting itself in the financial and geopolitical affairs of today.
Unless you are Woody Allen and have just been revived out of cryostasis, you are now aware of an extraordinary series of events that are now occurring in our financial system, namely, the drainage of gold from western vaults. Call it money, call it a tier 1 asset or call it play-doh, it is the one commodity that has withstood the vicissitudes of the contingent world and has cyclically been the bedrock of financial systems until it wasn't. ...
The internet has opened up the world of investment to a new dimension. Investing online can be a good way forward to suit your busy lifestyle.
Guide to Education Planning;
Providing for your child or children's education is one of the greatest investments you can ever make.
Guide to Retirement Planning;
Offshore saving plans can offer a flexible way for you to save money to fund the cost of their education.It is important to understand the impact that not planning properly for your retirement can have on you and your family. The younger you start to contribute to your pension, the more opportunity you will have to secure yourself luxurious retirement years
Guide to International Financial Planning;l
As an expatriate or international investor, there are fundamental questions you may want to ask yourself when it comes to your personal finances.
Guide to Trading Global Markets;
As the investment world increasingly moves towards online trading, the option of spread betting has become more popular.
Guide to Investing in Brazil;
Brazil is South America's most influential country, an economic giant and one of the world's biggest democracies. Find out how to invest in a country which is increasingly considered as an excellent destination for investment capital.
Guide to CFDs;
It is now estimated that between 25 – 30% of the daily equity exchanges on the London Stock Exchange are from CFD trades, making it a popular choice for investors who wish to manage their own investments when it suits them.In the past 10 years emerging equities have frequently outperformed those in developed markets
Guide to Currency Exchange;
There are hundreds of reasons why you may need to make an international currency transfer. Whatever the reason, you need to be sure that you are getting the best exchange rate and that your funds are secure
Guide to Investing in Gold;
Despite concurrent global economic uncertainty and currency devaluations, it seems evident in the global markets that the consequent momentum is continuously driving investors into the safety of gold. Find out how to invest wisely in gold in this guide.
Guide to Moving Abroad;
More people are now choosing to move independently to another country to experience a different environment and way of life.