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    Sure wish I had better... Underestimating the banksters and too much reading of KWN, maybe!
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    Actually, '....could get gold moving up again....' Is what I meant. And money velocity picking up is what could increase the tapering: http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/graph/?g=q67
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    MA - quite the turnaround... http://armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/METPGSO-12-12-2013.pdf
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    A good read... Krassimir Petrov - http://etfdailynews.com/2013/12/10/the-correction-isnt-over-but-golds-headed-to-20000/
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    I don't see US QE as the main driver of gold price, but its tapering could get money velocity up again...
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    Also, that momentum - HFT, algos sure helped push that along. A manipulation, if you like. Guess I'm paraphrasing Trader Dan and Stewart Thomson, in the main... http://traderdannorcini.blogspot.com/2013/12/qe-is-not-producing-inflation-here-in-us.html Get the regular bit from ST here: http://www.321gold.com
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    The ramp up in gold price to 2011 was QE/inflation expectation related. When it was seen that the printy supply wasn't splashing around but was being contained by the banks and used for profiting/speculation on (so inflating) the stock markets, others money tagged that way. And, like DrB said - momentum... I don't think it was lots of people seeing the 'light' and gold as a monetary asset (with a currency crisis coming) and then dropping that in 2011 to just see it as only a commodity again... This year, banister/corrupt politician meddling to cripple the gold markets in India (and China for some time) has also had it's effect. Maybe next year will see the restrictions dropped in India and cost-push inflation start to show more... See what Japan gets busy with.
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    MA's latest Market Watch re. metals. Seems to be saying he thinks the bottom may be in - though it is easy to get lost in MA's analysis, with his 'possible inversions', etc. http://armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/METPGSO-12-11-2013.pdf
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    Ascot Mining

    Any thoughts on Ascot CC?
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    Dollar may be done here - Be careful

    No comments but you're talk is being listened.
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    End the Fed, End the addiction to government spending

    Are we witnessing contagion of outrage? http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2009/11/20...ion-of-outrage/
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    Gold for pussy: http://www.catsforgold.com/
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    Just thinking that too... The silver shorts must surely be getting a bit twitchy.
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    Looks like silver, that frisky mare, is bolting.
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    Jim Sinclair thread (News & Views)

    Linked from over on GIM - The Sinclair Bloodline: http://www.watch-unto-prayer.org/dollar-collapse.html He's a little bit 'way', a little bit 'wo'? Who knows...