Right now, the markets have pulled gold back in the face of what seemed to be an upward turn in the U.S. economy.   Many may feel this is the time to sell gold.   The growing Eurozone debt crises could spell the end of the euro as we know it.   The debt problems of the U.S. are worse than Europe so ...

Germany is the richest and most powerful nation in the Eurozone and the most important lender on the bailout scene.   But how far can they go before they have lent too much and how far can the Eurozone go before it too, is overextended  in helping the distressed members of the E.U.?   What then? Germany thriving Germany’s economy is on the rise ...

We have heard many commentators implying that a U.S. economic recovery that leads to the sort of growth that was seen before 2008 will give investors reasons to divest from gold.   As the year end approaches and another year is on us, it seems wise to us to look at this carefully.   All of us would dearly love to see ...

The Furor in the Silver Futures market While the reports of JP Morgan reducing its silver short position on COMEX are fact that we have highlighted in this section for the last few months, we are told that they are doing this almost as a public relations exercise.   J.P. Morgan’s position in silver would from now on be ...

There appears to be just over one week left for the Eurozone Finance Ministers to resolve the Eurozone debt crisis or face a collapse of confidence in it and the euro.   This need not lead to a collapse of the two though.   In perhaps an underestimated situation, the discord among the members of the “Europe United” bloc, the seeming inability ...

In the last week, gold and silver prices fell even as George Soros himself commented that conditions for gold looked perfect. Why? A look around at virtually all markets from Shanghai through Europe and back to the States fell. The media pointed to the potential for interest rates to rise, but that is an insufficient explanation when one considers that ...