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Brien Lundin: Noise amid the signal

Section: Daily Dispatches

By Brien Lundin
Gold Newsletter / Golden Opportunities
Metairie, Louisiana
Monday, April 22, 2024

Anyone waiting on the sidelines for gold to go on sale is getting just what they asked for today.

Gold began diving right as trading opened overseas last evening, and the plunge gained steam in New York trading today.

As I write, gold is down nearly $60 (2.5%) and has yet to show any significant resistance to the selling pressure. 

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Pam and Russ Martens: Billionaire-owned media strive to save fellow billionaire Jamie Dimon

Section: Daily Dispatches

By Pam and Russ Martens
Wall Street on Parade
Monday, April 22, 2024

The Washington Post editorial board appears to have sipped the same kool aid as Bloomberg News.

Wising up to 'paper gold,' the world grabs for the real thing, Maguire says

Section: Daily Dispatches

11:59a ET Saturday, April 20, 2024

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

London monetary metals trader Andrew Maguire, speaking with the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke on Kinesis Money's "Live from the Vault" program this week, says the conversion of Comex "paper gold" into physical gold is causing so much offtake of real metal that the U.S. Federal Reserve soon will be forced to stop using "paper gold" sales for price suppression.

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'Gold: The Real Thing' draws on Sprott, Lassonde, Gromen, Naylor-Leyland, and Oliver

Section: Daily Dispatches

8:37p ET Friday, April 19, 2024

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Simon Catt, executive director of Arlington Group Asset Management in London, this week put together an outstanding seminar on the monetary metals and their future, drawing on five luminaries in the sector:

-- Mining entrepreneur Eric Sprott. 

-- Mining entrepreneur Pierre Lassonde.

-- Market analyst and newsletter writer Luke Gromen.

-- Jupiter Asset Management fund manager Ned Naylor-Leyland.

-- And market analyst and newsletter writer Michael Oliver.

Lawmakers want to make China pay its trillion-dollar debt to Americans

Section: Daily Dispatches

By Andrew Hale
The Hill, Washington
Friday, April 19, 2024

It's practically an international article of faith: Countries may not default on their sovereign debt. Yet China has done just that on $1 trillion it owes to U.S. bondholders. 

Is there nothing we can do about it?

Finding members of Congress willing to talk tough isn't hard.

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Section: Daily Dispatches

8:08p ET Friday, April 19, 2024

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver and other metals):

Mining company shares are taking off as governments are issuing infinite money and incurring infinite debt, and Thom Calandra of The Calandra Report (at Thomcalandra.com) is connecting with newly subscribed GATA supporters and sharing with them his insights about producing gold and silver mines and gold and silver explorers in the Yukon, Quebec, Nevada, Mexico, Ghana, and elsewhere. 

Biggest money managers are flocking to gold as inflation fears intensify

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By Yun Li
CNBC, New York
Thursday, April 18, 2024

Hedge funds and other money managers have been stepping up wagers on gold as the bullion reached a series of new highs on the back of reaccelerating inflation.

Overweighting precious metals has become the consensus among the largest money managers, with 83% of them being long the asset class, a new Citi analysis of top investors overseeing more than $18 trillion showed. 

The study also found that gold is the only commodity that big allocators added to over the past month. ...

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Section: Daily Dispatches

12:18a Thursday, April 18, 2024

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver and other metals):

Mining company shares are taking off as governments are issuing infinite money and incurring infinite debt, and Thom Calandra of The Calandra Report (at Thomcalandra.com) is connecting with newly subscribed GATA supporters and sharing with them his insights about producing gold and silver mines and gold and silver explorers in the Yukon, Quebec, Nevada, Mexico, Ghana, and elsewhere. 

China unloads more U.S. Treasury bills as odds of Fed rate cuts grow slim

Section: Daily Dispatches

By Kandy Wong
South China Morning Post, Hong Kong
Thursday, April 18, 2024

Worries over security and a further delay to expected interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve have depleted Beijing's appetite for U.S. Treasury bills, and its position as the second-largest foreign holder of the financial instruments could be taken by the U.K. in coming months, analysts warned.

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