August 14th, 2014
by Byron King, Daily Reckoning
I want to give you some perspective on the gold space. This pertains to any gold investor, whether in big miners (like a couple I name below), or the small, junior-space plays.
I came away from Vancouver last week, at the Sprott Natural Resource Symposium with the distinct impression that we're looking at better days ahead for gold, and soon. Gold discoveries are drying up, and really good, new plays are few and far between. We're looking down the barrel of a severe supply crunch, with many implications. Of course, you have to separate the spin from the reality of what's happening out in the field.
August 10th, 2014
July 29th, 2014
by Frank Holmes, Daily Reckoning
U.S. Global Investors recently welcomed Doug Peta, an economist from BCA research, to our offices. He presented some interesting research regarding the Fed Funds Rate Cycle, and in turn, what that research could mean for gold. I wanted to share points from his presentation, as well as our own in-house research, to help you understand the positivity we see for the precious metal looking towards 2015.
June 29th, 2014
by Poly, Zentrader
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Considering that Gold has risen $100 off its low and the precious metals Miners have screamed higher, it's surprising how little bullish cheering we've heard. My discussion forum, Bull & Bear Talk, is very sensitive to Gold, but has barely seen an uptick in traffic during this move. In past moves out of Investor Cycle Lows, Bull and Bear Talk has had an immediate surge in traffic and a significant rise in the number of excited posts.
June 16th, 2014
by James Rickards, Daily Reckoning
There isn't a central bank in the world that wants to go back to a gold standard. But that's not the point. The point is whether they will have to.
I've had conversations with several of the Federal Reserve Bank presidents. When you ask them point-blank, "Is there a theoretical limit to the Fed's balance sheet?" they say no. They say there are policy reasons to make it higher or lower, but that there's no limit to the amount of money you can print.