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The Golden Canary

Why not have a bit of fresh weekend reading while Turd is under the weather. Feel free to share this short article with anyone whom it may benefit.

Gold has always been viewed as a safe haven for investors when world markets are in turmoil. When the bear comes out of the cave, sell your stocks and guy gold, then sit tight until the bulls are back. That cute little system has worked for people since our nation left the gold standard back in the sixties, but it has turned gold into the proverbial canary in the coal mine. When the canary stops singing, due to unbreathable or flammable gasses building up, the miners better get out. 

Great Swiss Gold Initiative Infographic

The friendly folks at Gainesville Coins sent over this terrific infographic for The Swiss Gold Initiative. You should be sure to check it out.

Crazy Friday

All of a sudden, I have so much to write about that I don't know where to start and prices are surging, too. A crazy end to a crazy week and next week brings December expirations so it's not like it's going to get any easier anytime soon.

Dutch Mainstream Media Coverage of Gold

Our pal, Koos Jansen, sent over this link earlier today. With the vote on the Swiss Gold Initiative looming on the 30th of this month, it's quite interesting to see how the discussion is being framed in Europe.

General Lawlessness

O'er the land of debt slavery and the home of anything goes so long as it helps the bottom line.

The Propaganda Thickens

As we approach December contract expiration AND the vote on The Swiss Gold Initiative, you'd better expect more volatility like we had this morning. In fact, anyone with a queasy stomach had better just shut off their computer for the next 10 days.

Interview of Marin Katusa

Our pal, Dan Ameduri, just recorded a new interview with Marin Katusa of Casey Research. I thought I'd post it here because I've already scheduled an A2A with Marin for early December. His new book titled, "The Colder War", is what we plan to discuss in our upcoming podcast/webinar.

Even More Fray

Just yesterday, I promised you an interesting week. So far, today has not disappointed as gold continues to finally break free of the yen and surge higher. Can this continue?

Guest Post: "What The Fed Has Wrought", by Jim Quinn

The latest from our pal, Jim Quinn, is a must read for everyone.

Truly Remarkable

This is going to be a really interesting week. There is no doubt that physical stresses are affecting the paper "market" and it will be quite fun to follow the action as the week progresses.

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