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Now is the Time to Buy Gold (But don’t take a loan for that :). And do it SIP by SIP)

news.goldseek.com / By Manish Thatte / 31 October 2014

Global:

I was just wondering this morning, what new drama we are about to see, when the Quantitative Easing Program by the US Federal Reserve has ended. Well, The second Act of the drama has begun. The Bank of Japanhas stepped in and begun pumping liquidity [...]

Gold prices in the post-QE world

news.goldseek.com / By: Clif Droke / 31 October 2014

Lacking a distinctive catalyst, gold prices have languished in recent weeks after a failed turnaround attempt earlier this month. Gold’s primary form of price propulsion is fear and uncertainty; as long as investors are worried what the future might hold, gold is treated as a financial [...]

It’s the Debt, Stupid!

news.goldseek.com / By: David Chapman / 30 October 2014

Investors fear a stock market collapse. What they should really fear is a bond market collapse or more specifically a debt collapse. A stock market collapse can cause considerable damage. Debt collapse could lead to bankruptcy and an economic depression.

There is a lot more [...]

Gold Falls, Stocks Record Highs as Japan Goes ‘Weimar’, “Here Be Dragons”

goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 31 October 2014

Stocks globally surged, while gold fell sharply today despite renewed irrational exuberance on hopes that the Bank of Japan’s vastly increasing money printing will fill some of the gaps left by the apparent end of Federal Reserve bond buying.

The BOJ decided to increase the [...]

QE’s Seeds are Already Sown

mises.ca / by David Howden / October 30th, 2014

The Federal Reserve has finally ended its quantitative easing programs. Since the financial crisis of 2008, the Fed has pursued what seemed like an endless policy of asset purchases. As recently as September 2008 the monetary base in the US was just a hair over $800 [...]

US Federal Reserve Bank Gold Stocks

goldbroker.com / by Nick Laird / Oct 30, 2014

Showcasing the Foreign Earmarked Gold & the recent decline in the stocks – presumably heading to Germany.

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Dealing Desk: GoldMoney customers buy silver as the bears prowl the market

goldmoney.com / By Kelly-Ann Kearsey / 30 October 2014

Obviously the big news of the week for the bullion markets came from the Federal Reserve which ended its quantitative easing bond buying and was surprisingly upbeat about the economy.

It wasn’t just gold which suffered, silver also dropped heavily, but GoldMoney’s Dealing Manager, Kelly-Ann [...]

QE’s Seeds are Already Sown

mises.ca / by David Howden / October 30th, 2014

The Federal Reserve has finally ended its quantitative easing programs. Since the financial crisis of 2008, the Fed has pursued what seemed like an endless policy of asset purchases. As recently as September 2008 the monetary base in the US was just a hair over $800 [...]

Debt Rattle October 29 2014

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theautomaticearth.com / by Raúl Ilargi Meijer / October 29, 2014

Mission accomplished.

• Fed Set To End One Crisis Chapter Even As Global Risks Rise (Reuters)

– The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to shutter its bond-buying program, closing one controversial [...]

Could a new bear stock market be two years away rather than a few days or hours?

arabianmoney.net / 29 October 2014

Complacency is back on Wall Street. In today’s ‘Single Best Chart,’ Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays how bear markets are triggered by either Federal Reserve tightening or economic recessions. What about financial crises like US subprime or the Asian Financial Crisis of the late 90s?

Strangely that seems to have already [...]

Dudley the Dud

mises.ca / by James E. Miller / October 29th, 2014

Six years after the financial crisis rocked the world economy, it’s a safe bet to say the Federal Reserve will never take responsibility for the debacle.

And why should it? To both mainstream pundits and academics, the Fed saved the global economy from spiraling into [...]

Russia Wins the Currency War, Even if it Doesn’t Want to

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / October 28, 2014

“The ruble weakened to a record for the fifth day on concern Russia will quicken its move to a free float after more than $20 billion of interventions this month failed to halt the depreciation,” Bloomberg reported today, the same sort of line we’ve been [...]

Dollar Narrowly Mixed as Fed Awaited

marctomarket.com / Dr. Win Thin and Ilan Solot / October 29, 2014

The dollar is mixed against the majors. The euro and pound were little changed, at $1.2730 and $1.6130. The dollar is outperforming against the Scandies, especially the Norwegian krone, but it is flat against the yen at ¥108.10. The Canadian dollar and [...]

Robust Demand For Physical Gold Support Prices

gold-eagle.com / By David Levenstein / October 28, 2014

Gold prices climbed to their highest level since September 10 last week, breaking above the $1,250 an ounce level.

Gold’s outlook this week will depend largely on the Federal Reserve policy meeting, when the U.S. central bank is widely expected to end its bond-buying stimulus. The [...]

Tapering, Exiting, or Just Punting?

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by James Howard Kunstler / October 27, 2014

Oh, that sound you hear this morning is the distant roar of European equity markets puking after the latest round of phony bank “stress tests” — another exercise in pretend by financial authorities who understand, at least, the bottomless credulity of the news media [...]

Omniscient Federal Reserve Captures The Capital Market, For Now. Gold Beckons.

goldcore.com / By Stephen Flood / 28 October 2014

A cursory glance at the various financial news media this morning shows nothing particularly unusual for these unusual times. The ECB have paraded a list for stress tested banks and the market shrugged. However, there is a disturbing thread running through most of the stories [...]

Technocracy: One More Elite Hustle

thedailybell.com / By Staff News & Analysis / October 28, 2014

The Fed has its critics, of course, and its unique constitutional dispensation is challenged from time to time, but its political independence is mostly seen as a good thing. Yet the idea of replicating that idea, and creating other permanent, semi-independent policy-making agencies, [...]

Why The Fed Will End QE On Wednesday

streettalklive.com / Lance Roberts / 27 October 2014

This week we will find out the answer to whether the Federal Reserve will end its current quantitative easing program or not (click here for more discussion on this issue). Today is the last open market operation of the current program, and my bet is that it [...]

“The Debate” …If You Can Call It That?

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Bill Holter / October 27th, 2014

I attended the New Orleans investment conference this past week as the guest of GATA’s Bill Murphy and Chris Powell for which I am highly grateful. There were many good and thoughtful speakers which I will write about later in the week. I specifically wanted to [...]

Can’t Find Any Inflation? Here’s A Place To Start

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 10/27/2014 12:14

Lately, there has been much anguished consternation, especially among the tenured US economics professors (primarily those who make 6-digits or more per year) and of course, the Federal Reserve where as we revealed last week, at least 113 government workers make $250,000 (excluding bonuses) and thus all [...]