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Gold Struggles to Confirm New Bullish Cycle

March 23rd, 2014
in gold

by Poly, Zentrader

This is an excerpt from the weekend premium update seven days ago from the The Financial Tap, which is dedicated to helping people learn to grow into successful investors by providing cycle research on multiple markets delivered twice weekly. Now offering monthly & quarterly subscriptions with 30 day refund. Promo code ZEN saves 10%.

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South African Wage Crisis Set to Raise Price of Platinum

March 19th, 2014
in other precious metals, syndication

Written by Rohit Ravikumar, Global Economic Intersection Associate

The platinum belt strike in South Africa have raised the value of platinum to its highest level in months, with signs pointing to this trend continuing. The strikes in South Africa began on January 23 and encompass tens of thousands of workers.

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Gold Gains Prepared for Takeoff

March 18th, 2014
in gold

by Greg Guenthner, Daily Reckoning

You're probably sick of me writing about gold every week...

I don't care. There's a huge breakout afoot and you need to hop on this trend right away. The train is leaving the station. If you don't jump on right now, it'll leave you behind...

First, a quick recap...

One month ago, I told you gold's price action was beginning to look much healthier. But I tacked a couple caveats onto that statement.

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Gold in 3rd Daily Cycle Advance, First Time in 2.5 Years

March 12th, 2014
in gold

Originally titled:  Gold’s 2nd DCL Is Directly Ahead

by Poly, Zentrader

This is an excerpt from last week's premium update from the The Financial Tap, which is dedicated to helping people learn to grow into successful investors by providing cycle research on multiple markets delivered twice weekly. Now offering monthly & quarterly subscriptions with 30 day refund. Promo code ZEN saves 10%.

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The 5 Greatest Gold Heists in History

March 8th, 2014
in gold

by Jan Skoyles, Daily Reckoning

Gold has captured the imaginations of crime writers and filmmakers for years, but sometimes there are gold heists that you just can't make up.

Thefts involving the world's most precious metal always make headlines. Some aren't even that daring, but it is the thought that something pirates, invaders, highwaymen and bandits used to risk their lives to steal, is still the ultimate loot. In newspaper reports there is always an underlying sense of admiration for the sheer brazenness of the robbers and some incredulity at what they may or may not have pulled off.

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