How long will this gold bull run last?

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That hasn’t necessarily been the case during the current gold bull market, which Casanova predicted could run for a few more years, with gold prices hitting $3,000 per ounce or more. “We’re very bullish for gold, both in the shorter term and the longer term,” Casanova said Tuesday in a session on commodities and financial… Read More

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Insider-Selling Explodes To Record Highs As Buybacks Re-Emerge

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Well this is a little awkward… Since the start of 2021, Bloomberg reports that company executives sold $300 million worth of shares through Friday, 16 times the total they purchased (a total of 1,000 insiders sold their own stock and 128 bought shares, leaving the sell-to-buy ratio poised for the highest monthly reading in data going back… Read More

British Columbia records banner year for exploration

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“Obviously we’re assisted and aided by high commodity prices here in British Columbia,” Premier John Horgan said Monday at the opening of the Association of Mineral Exploration’s (AME) Roundup conference, which is being held virtually this year. “And we had the highest investment in mineral exploration last year since 2012.” In March 2020, the B.C.… Read More

Mississippi Lawmaker Introduces Measure to Remove Sales Tax on Sound Money

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One of the states that’s still taxing real money is hoping to do something about it. Introduced by Representative Zuber (R-Jackson), House Bill 375 removes sales and use tax on purchases of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium coins and bullion in Mississippi. Under current law, Mississippi citizens are discouraged from insuring their savings against the devaluation of the dollar because… Read More

How will Wall Street react to Treasury nominee Janet Yellen’s confirmation? DiMartino Booth via FBN

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#QuillIntelligence #CharlesPayne How will Wall Street react to Treasury nominee Janet Yellen’s confirmation? Jan. 19, 2021 – 10:26 – Danielle DiMartino Booth of Quill Intelligence, First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury and CFRA chief investment strategist Sam Stovall provide insight into the markets and Janet Yellen’s confirmation as Treasury secretary.Read MoreDanielle DiMartino Booth

“The Smartest Thing We Can Do Is Act Big”

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Today, Treasury Secretary-nominee Janet Yellen addressed the Senate Finance Committee during her confirmation hearing. In her statements, she argued that major fiscal stimulus is justified to support the economy while the pandemic still rages. She stressed the need to address income inequality and pledged support for the incoming Biden administration’s climate change policies. In other… Read More

BHP slashes value of Australian coal assets

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In an operational update on Wednesday, the company said it would take a write-down of between $1.15 billion and $1.25 billion on its New South Wales Energy Coal (NSWEC) assets, reducing its value to between $250 million and $350 million. BHP said the impairment reflected current market conditions for Australian thermal coal, used as fuel… Read More

Will Biden ‘Extinguish’ The Dollar?

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Authored by Egon von Greyerz via, If president Biden wants to save the US economy, his first measure should not be to print $trillions of worthless new money but instead tell his secretary of the treasury Janet Yellen to withdraw all debased currency from circulation just as Aristophanes suggested in 405BC, Copernicus in 1517… Read More