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Monday, May 9, 2011

Bob Chapman : the Honk Kong mercantile Exchange HKMEx is starting soon

BOB CHAPMAN - Gonob Radio - 9/MAY/2011


Bob Chapman : Silver and gold have bottom , and even if they did not it does not matter because you know what's coming up the Honk Kong mercantile Exchange HKMEx next Wednesday the 18th they are gonna start trading 1 kilo gold futures a kilo is 32 ounces and you will be able to get delivery and they are going to probably take at least for openers 20 to 30 percent of the business away from the COMEX...

Gold rebounds over $1,500, Silver Rises 3%

Gold and Silver regain strength . Gold and Silver rise in the Asian markets this Monday. The yellow metal gained 0.6% to $ 1,504.80 an ounce. Silver rose alongside the gold by by 2.9% to $ 36.31 an ounce.Despite last week’s sell-off, very little has changed in terms of fundamentals which remain rock solid for both Gold and Silver , most experts expect to see more upward moves for gold and silver prices in the coming weeks and months .Silver went into a free-fall last week after a series of increases in trading deposit requirements by the CME .

Related ETFs : Ishares Silver ETF (SLV), SPDR GOld ETF (GLD) SPDR GOld ETF (GLD), Powershares DB SPDR Gold ETF (GLD), Newmont Mining (NEM), Barrick Gold (ABX), GoldCorp (GG)

Bob Chapman : The Chinese decided to do something about the Gold Futures market

Bob Chapman - Disc Gold Silver Trading - 05-09-2011




Bob Chapman
: The Chinese and the Asians sick of getting the short end have decided to do something about it in the futures market particularly Gold ...the government via the CME which owns the COMEX futures market they try to do the same thing as they did in the bank hank in 1980 and it's not possible and this is a recap , what they did is they raised margin requirements five times in nine days , highly unusual , ....

James Turk Compares Gold to 9 major Currencies

James Turk Compares Gold's annual rate of exchange against 9 major currencies


James Turk Compares Gold's annual rate of exchange against 9 major currencies : The US Dollar the Canadian Dollar the Australian Dollar the Chinese Yuan The Euro , The Indian Rupee The Japanese Yen The Swiss Frank and the British Pound ....Gold is without a doubt one of this decade's best performing asset classes ...very few years in this table when gold actually lost value against any of these currencies , we had double digits rates of appreciations against all of the world's currencies ...this is a very simple way of preserving your purchasing power just hold GOLD...this rates of appreciations are going to continue...Gold is not volatile , the volatility comes from the currencies...gold is not investment Gold is Money

Bob Chapman : Silver price setting a bottom here

Bob Chapman - Power Hour - 05-09-2011

Bob Chapman the alleged assassination of Osama could be a set up for a false flag attack Bob Chapman does not believe that this had anything to do with the recent silver market crash , which have been caused by the CME which raised the margin requirements 5 times in nine days

Silver, Gold on Steroids

Silver is a very small market cap in terms of value With about 1.2 billion ounces of available investment silver at this prices it is around 35 billion dollars market so it doesn't take much to set prices higher or lower, Ben Davies, CEO of Hinde Capital, told CNBC. In the end, both gold and silver will, in the long term go up, he explains , we are looking at a 100 to a 150 millions ounces of deficit a year which means that prices have to go higher based on the supply demand fundamentals for silver , a double digit price for silver is realistic for the next 5 years says Ben Davies





Related ETFs : Ishares Silver ETF (SLV), SPDR GOld ETF (GLD) SPDR GOld ETF (GLD), Powershares DB SPDR Gold ETF (GLD), Newmont Mining (NEM), Barrick Gold (ABX), GoldCorp (GG)
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