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October 30: Gold and Silver Fall About 1% and 3%

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Gold fell $15.06 to $1196.14 by late morning in New York before it bounced back higher in afternoon trade, but it still ended with a loss of 1.03%. Silver slipped to as low as $16.36 and ended with a loss of 3.4%.

Silver Market Morning - 23 hours 22 min ago

Silver Market Morning - 1 day 23 hours ago

Time Running Out on Silver Bear - 2 days 12 hours ago

Silver Market Morning

The gold price closed at $1,274.00 up $2.80 on Wednesday in New York. In Asia and London prices rose to $1,281. The Fix was set at $1,282.00 up $13.00 and in the euro at €940.227 up €4.522, while the euro stood stronger at $1.3635. Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price was trading at $1,282.20 and in the euro at €940.75.

June 18: Gold and Silver Gain After Fed Announcement

Gold dropped down to $1266.37 at about 4AM EST before it bounced back to $1273.69 in early New York trade and then fell back towards unchanged by late morning, but it then rallied back higher in afternoon trade and ended near its last minute high of $1274.71 with a gain of 0.3%. Silver rose to as high as $19.851 and ended with a gain of 0.61%.

SilverCrest Provides Update of Santa Elena Transition

SilverCrest Mines Inc. (SVL.TO)(NYSE MKT:SVLC) (the "Company") is pleased to provide an update on the commissioning of the new 3,000 tonnes per day ("tpd") milling facility and processing plant and progress of underground development at its 100% owned Santa Elena Mine in Sonora, Mexico. The commissioning of the new mill commenced May 1st, 2014 and it is projected that continuous nameplate production of 3,000 tpd will be achieved by the start of August. Underground development continues with over 4,500 metres completed to date on ramping, ventilation and ore development. For additional information and to view photos and videos of the mill, the processing plant and the mine site, please visit the Company's website at www.silvercrestmines.com.

Silver Market Morning

The gold price closed at $1,271.20 down $0.50 on Tuesday in New York. In Asia and London saw the price fall to $1,269 at the opening in London. The Fix was set at $1,269.00 up $4.50 and in the euro at €935.705 up €3.5271, while the euro stood stronger at $1.3565. Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price was trading at $1,271.00 and in the euro at €936.83.

June 17: Gold and Silver End Mixed Before Fed Day

Gold fell $9.98 to $1261.72 just after this morning’s economic releases at 8:30AM EST, but it then rallied back higher for most of the rest of trade and ended with a loss of just 0.12%. Silver rose to as high as $19.745 and ended with a gain of 0.46%.

COMEX Managed Money Record Silver Shorts More Like Insurance than a One Way Bet

Trend following hedge funds have built up a record high number of short contracts in silver futures, but evidence we study shows that it is more likely a form of “insurance” than a simple one-way bet. For part of the evidence consider that the number of long contracts, or bets that silver will advance in price, have varied only marginally since the beginning of the year. In fact, since January 7 the number of long contracts held by Managed Money traders has been confined in a range of only about 7,000 contracts, with a low of 29,670 contracts and a high of 36,611 long contracts. As of June 10, Managed Money long contracts are closer to the high number than the lower number (35,455 lots).

Silver Market Morning

The gold price closed at $1,271.70 down $5.20 on Monday in New York. In Asia and London saw the price fall to $1,264 at the opening in London. The Fix was set at $1,264.50 down $17.25 and in the euro at €932.178 down €15.161, while the euro stood stronger at $1.3565. Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price was trading at $1,266.80 and in the euro at €933.63.

June 16: Gold and Silver End Slightly Lower

Gold climbed $8 to $1284.90 in Asia before it pared back to $1279.55 in London and then bounced back towards its earlier high at the open of trade in New York, but it then fell back off into the close and ended near its late session low of $1270.67 with a loss of 0.41%. Silver slipped to as low as $19.589 and ended with a loss of 0.36%.

Manipulation Monday

My weekly podcast on the Financial Survival Network is titled "Manipulation Monday" - and no better example of this can be see than today. Oil prices are surging as Iraq and the Ukraine devolve into civil war, and global economies are sinking deeper into the abyss. Meanwhile, the Fed is desperately supporting the 10-year Treasury yield at 2.6%, in fears of widespread realization of the "most damning proof yet of QE failure"; whilst the PPT will not allow stocks to fall, or PAPER PMs to rise.

London Metal Exchange says can offer three solutions to silver fix

The London Metal Exchange (LME), which is competing to offer an alternative to the silver fix when the system is disbanded in August, said on Monday it could offer three different solutions.

BNN Interview with President & COO Eric Fier

SilverCrest Mines’ (TSX: SVL NYSE MKT: SVLC) President & COO Eric Fier appeared on BNN’s “Commodities” show with Andrew Bell on Tuesday June 10th, 2014 and discussed the Company’s growth strategy and M&A activities in the precious metals sector in a two-segment interview; please follow the links to view the interview:

Silver Market Morning

The gold price closed at $1,276.90 on Friday up $3.10 in New York. In Asia and London the price rose another $5 ahead of the Fix, where it was set at $1,281 .75 up $8.75 and in the euro at €947.339 up €9.171, while the euro stood weaker at $1.3529. Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price was trading at $1,280.30 and in the euro at €946.28.

Silver is 7 for 7. Are We Seeing #8?

Since 2008 the RSI of the ratio has made 7 important lows below 30 that were also matched with a decent bottom in the silver price.There was also a quickly reversed bottom in the RSI in May of 2013 but silver prices were still falling and showed no sign of a bottom until early July.

June 13: Gold and Silver Gain Almost 2% and 4% on the Week

Gold edged down $1270.92 in Asia before it shot up to $1277.13 at about 3AM EST and then dropped back to about unchanged in London, but it then rallied back higher in afternoon New York trade and ended near its late session low of $1277.88 with a gain of 0.24%. Silver slipped back to $19.489 in London, but it then climbed to as high as $19.73 in New York and ended with a gain of 0.72%.

SilverCrest Reports Results of AGM

SilverCrest Mines Inc. (the "Company") (SVL.TO) (NYSE MKT:SVLC) is pleased to announce the results of its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders ("AGM") held in Vancouver, B.C.

Ten Firms Express Interest in Silver Fixing Replacement

Ten companies are interested in developing and running a replacement for the century-old London silver fixing benchmark that will end in August. The London Bullion Market will create a shortlist from the requests for proposals and the industry group’s members will consider presentations at a seminar in London on June 20, the LBMA said today in a statement on its website. A survey conducted in May showed the market wants an electronic, auction-based process and one that’s tradable, the LBMA said June 5.

Bottoming out?

Where this leaves precious metals is yet to be seen, but it is worth bearing in mind that hedge and other funds exposed to losses in bonds and equities will likely reduce their short positions in gold and silver. And if the current weakness in bonds and equities persists, it should be positive for precious metal prices as the bears run for cover.

Silver Market Morning

The gold price closed at $1,273.80 up $12.80 on Thursday in New York. In Asia and London the price held at that level until the Fix, where it was set at $1,273.00 up $11.25 and in the euro at €938.168 up €5.266, while the euro stood stronger at $1.3569. Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price was trading at $1,273.40 and in the euro at €938.51.

Feisty Silver Bulls Face a Key Hurdle

The futures are looking robust for the first time in a long while. Yesterday’s rally generated yet another bullish impulse leg on the daily chart by surpassing an external peak at 19.525 recorded on May 23. A rally that is able to exceed at least two prior peaks with each new thrust, as Silver has been doing, is demonstrating that it is raring to go. If this is indeed so, we should see a surge today that surpasses the distinctive external peak at 19.825 (see inset) from May 22. Night owls looking to climb aboard should look to do so on a resumption of the rally following a shallow pullback of perhaps 15 cents from Thursday’s 19.565 high.

June 12: Gold and Silver Gain About 1% and 2%

Gold climbed to as high as $1274.44 by early afternoon in New York and ended with a gain of 1.02%. Silver surged to as high as $19.578 and ended with a gain of 1.82%.

Like in “Lost” manipulators keep pushing the button

In the classic TV drama “Lost,” certain occupants of the mysterious island were tasked with the job of punching a sequence of numbers into a computer every 108 minutes to avert an unknown catastrophe.

Silver: The Undercover Super Metal

Silver has a reputation for being gold’s less desirable sister, but make no mistake, silver may still be a golden opportunity to invest in. You might be surprised to know that silver plays a part in many everyday things you use, especially electronics. Silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals. The use of silver is very prevalent in the photography, consumer electronics, medical, and high tech industries.

Silver Technical Update

There is a clash between long term support and short term bearish divergence in gold. The key long term support is at $1773 while short term resistance is at $1994. Silver needs to trade over $1773 for the rest of the year to be in bullish zone. Silver will attract huge investment demand only if it trades over $2500 for a week. Till then traders as well as investors will use every rise of exit their silver investments.

Silver Market Morning

The gold price closed at $1,261.00 up $0.20 on Wednesday in New York. In Asia and London the price held at that level until the Fix, where it was set at $1,261.75 down $0.75 and in the euro at €932.902 up €0.273, while the euro stood weaker at $1.3525. Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price was trading at $1,264.20 and in the euro at €934.92.

June 11: Gold and Silver Close Near Unchanged

Gold edged up to $1265.00 by a little before 9AM EST before it dropped back to $1258.62 in early afternoon trade and then bounced back higher, but it ended with a gain of just 0.016%. Silver slipped to as low as $19.164 and ended with a loss of 0.1%.

Silver Market Update

Silver has confirmed gold’s breakout of several days ago by following suit and breaking out above important resistance on Friday on the strongest volume for almost 6 months. This means that we are now in a full on Precious Metals sector uptrend, which is still in its earliest stages.

Time Is the Trigger for Equities and Bullion: Charles Oliver

Charles Oliver, lead portfolio manager with the Sprott Gold and Precious Minerals Fund, believes the only thing between investors and bigger investment returns on precious metals equities and bullion, especially silver, is time. In this interview with The Gold Report, Oliver discusses silver and gold demand drivers, as well as portfolio ideas that figure to get bigger with time as the trigger.

The Silver Institute Releases Report on the Outlook for New Electrical & Electronic Uses of Silver

The Silver Institute today released a report titled “The Outlook for New Electrical and Electronic Uses of Silver.” The report identifies three key potential growth areas for silver demand: flexible electronics; light emitting diodes (LEDs); and interposers. These three growth areas combined have the potential to add another 20 million ounces of silver to total demand by 2018.

How can miners ‘fight back?’ Here’s my list...

My previous column asked the question, “Why don’t the miners fight back” against price suppression of precious metals? Today, I list several actions mining executives, acting together as a unified group, could undertake to expose and hopefully end the non-”free market” tactics that are keeping gold and silver prices suppressed.

THE COMING SILVER STORM: The Public Is Not Prepared

The financial sky is growing dark. The stock markets are experiencing volatile trade winds. The barometer of the economy grows weak as indicators point to another recession looming on the horizon. The Precious Metal Storm is coming... unfortunately, the public is not prepared. I believe the U.S. and world are heading toward an economic collapse that civilization has never witnessed before. Even though we have suffered greatly through World Wars and global depressions, we have always been able to pull ourselves out of the chaos and destruction by regrouping and rebuilding.

GET READY: The Great Transfer of Wealth in Gold & Silver is Coming

The U.S. Economy stands at the edge of the abyss while the financial MSM debates whether or not the FED will taper in the fall. Silly analysts. Serious cracks are beginning to appear in the economy while the precious metals have now seemingly decoupled from the broader stock market in a big way.

Should I bet the house on silver?

A life event recently tested how strong my convictions are on the question of where silver and gold prices are headed in the next 12 or so months. What happened is I received notice from a tenant of mine informing me he is not renewing his lease when it expires at the end of May.

When it comes to silver investing, in Ron Paul I trust

Truth be told the main reason I started investing in precious metals is Ron Paul. And, truth be told, the main reason I’m not interested in selling any of my silver or gold (or mining stocks) is also Ron Paul.

Silver Bottoming?

Much has been written about gold but fewer talk about silver. Silver has been displaying similar technical patterns as gold. And like gold there remains constant bearish chatter that silver prices have a lot further to fall. The bear reports have silver falling to $17, $15 and even lower. Silver has in the past, been a monetary metal.

Institutions Mislead The Public About Silver Investment Demand

There's a lot of shortsighted and incorrect silver analysis out there, so it's imperative that you consider the information in this article. CPM Group just announced the release of their 2014 Silver Yearbook. In their statement they implied that "Net Global Silver Investment" declined in 2013, while fabrication demand increased.

GDXJ Signals that MAJOR BREAKOUT and STRONG PM SECTOR ADVANCE IMMINENT...

Most investors or would-be investors in Precious Metals stocks are so soured by the seemingly interminable bearmarket in the sector, that has gone on for 3 years now and been made even worse by its having unfolded against the background of a rising stockmarket, that they won’t see the major opportunity now being presented, even when it’s as plain as the nose on your face, which it is. This is a bit sad really, because huge profits look set to be reaped by those buying the sector now.

Special Got Gold Report - Large Trader Positioning in Silver Futures

As a courtesy to our blog readership and the general public we are releasing an excerpt of our recent special report to Got Gold Report Subscribers on the positioning of large traders in silver futures. GGR Subscribers received the report via email and on the private GGR welcome page on Sunday, June 16.

Silver puts in a Major Bullish Reversal Pattern on the Daily chart

The Silver ETF (SLV) put in a Major Bullish Reversal Pattern on the Daily chart, one that I would classify as an "Island Bottom". SLV is also marching toward a Major Gap fill on the Weekly chart with increasing volume.

The Dark Side Of The Silver Mining Industry

There is an insidious Dark Side to the silver mining industry that goes unnoticed by the majority of investors and analysts. Actually, I haven't come across one mining analyst who puts out comprehensive data on this very subject for the silver mining industry.

VERY, VERY Ominous for TPTB

Gold is back above the Cartel's "Maginot Line" of $1,400; at $1,405 as I speak; yet, interest rates are NOT falling. VERY, VERY ominous for TPTB; and positive for those (rightfully) believing in REAL MONEY.

Death at Doe Run

Wallace, Idaho – While our first Affirmative Action president fiddles, Nero-like, over the smoking rubble that was the American economy, few outside of the gun-nut community – of which we are card-carrying members – noticed the newest death-rattle, this emanating from the small (pop. 3,468) town of Herculaneum, Missouri.

The Tribute the World Pays to the Empire

International monetary reserves set a new high mark early this month: they now amount to a bit more that $12,000,000,000,000 dollars. ($12 trillion dollars, when we calculate the value of all the reserves in dollars. The largest part of reserves is in dollars; the rest is split up into euros, pounds sterling, yen and Swiss francs.)

7 Reasons Why India Imports A Lot Of Silver

India is the world's largest market for silver, and it doubled the amount of silver it imported last year. Why? That's a complicated question, but here are seven factors that affect Indian demand for silver.

Silver – Letting The Market Speak

We are not a source for or fans of endless statistics, like the number of ounces purchased from one period over another, how many ounces are...

Another Spectator Sport (besides football)

Wallace, Idaho – January brought mixed news to our beleaguered mining camp here in the (finally) snowy Coeur d'Alenes. The party ended for United Silver Corp., 80 percent owner of the Crescent silver mine located between the Sunshine and Bunker Hill, on the 9th of this month, when USC announced the appointment of an Ontario court-ordered receiver for the Vancouver-based company and resignations of the then-current board of directors.

Silver, Gold, and What Could Go Wrong

Richard Russell thinks the stock market is currently dangerous and that silver and gold are safe. He understands that gold and silver are eternal wealth with NO counter-party risk. What is counter-party risk? It is the risk that paper wealth is not real, that debts will not be paid, that dollars, yen, and euros will decline in purchasing power, that your employer will declare bankruptcy and your pension will be cut in half, that your brokerage account will be hypothecated by management, that your bank will declare bankruptcy and your deposits in that bank are unsecured liabilities of the bank and may not be paid either timely or in full. In short, there is counter-party risk in almost everything.

Gold in near-death experience on Comex

Well, it’s a bit of an exaggeration, but for the first three days of this week daily turnover in the gold future fell to about 80,000 contracts, compared with a more normal level of 120,000. At the same time volatility fell to as close to zero as you can get. The week started with the gold price at $1241 and until yesterday at 1.00pm UK time stuck to a tight range of $7 centred on $1244. Open interest picked up a little, as shown in our first chart.

Silver Market Update

The public are now extremely bearish on silver, with a widespread perception that it is “done for”, but as we will see, even if there is some further short-term weakness, the longer-term outlook for silver is very bright indeed.

Explaining My Portfolio

I have received quite a lot of questions regarding the newsletter portfolio as well as my major holdings. In this article I will try and explain some of the basic points of what my asset investments are, as well as what is and what isn’t on my watch-list. However, before I continue I would like to say to all those who subscribe and follow my portfolio: you shouldn’t do what I do. You shouldn’t listen to me or anyone else on the internet / tv / radio. There is a particular reason why I hold various assets and these reasons might not make any sense to you. You should buy and sell assets which make sense to you. Therefore, do your own research so that you can win (or lose) your own money. That is always the best way.

Silver Market Morning: Oct-27-2014

In New York there were sellers of 4.485 tonnes of gold in the SPDR gold ETF but there was a purchase of 0.82 of a tonne into the Gold Trust on Friday. This did assist the fall in the gold price to $1,230, but this was off the day’s lows. It does look like we are back in consolidation mode today. The holdings of the gold ETFs stand at 745.387 tonnes in the SPDR gold ETF and at 162.22 tonnes in the Gold Trust. This makes over 25 tonnes of gold sold from the gold ETFs in the last week. This is heavy and if it continues at these levels will restrain the gold price. If these sales halt, the support for the gold price remains strong and the price will rise.

Gold's Little Brother Is Talking

Silver seems set to perform well against the dollar, but it also appears to be ready to make gold look like a bit of a slug.Unlike most silver investors, I have no interest in selling silver for “dollars of profit”. I view silver primarily as a currency.Gold is the ultimate currency, and I think silver is best viewed as “gold’s little brother”.I sold silver for gold in the first quarter of 2011, and now it’s time for me to buy silver with gold.

COMEX Silver Inventory Update: -1,063,729.540 ounces

COMEX Silver Inventory Update: -1,063,729.540 ounces

COMEX Silver Inventory Update: -948,613.090 ounces

COMEX Silver Inventory Update: -948,613.090 ounces

Silver Price Projection – for 2013

An objective and reasonable estimate for the price of silver at the next intermediate peak (estimating 2013 – Quarter 2) is $50 to $60 per ounce (current price is about $28). This is not a prediction based on wishful thinking and hope, but a best estimate based on rational analysis of data stretching back to 1975.

COMEX Silver Inventory Update: +1,534,729.460 ounces

COMEX Silver Inventory Update: +1,534,729.460 ounces

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