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Archive for July 2013

Virtual Inevitabilities

July 31, 2013 You can’t stop gold smuggling — you can only hope to contain it: Strange tales from the Indian “love trade” The speculators versus the “commercials”: Two experts help you choose sides in a golden battle The recession?… Read More

Saudi Sees Shale Threat

July 30, 2013 Fracking sends Saudi prince into panic: Eye-opening graph underscores the “Tale of Two Americas” Sign of the apocalypse? Uber-mainstream “New Keynesian” with kind words about gold in your portfolio “Bullish for the whole gold universe”: Richard Russell… Read More

Revolt in Vancouver

July 29, 2013 Revolt in Vancouver: Attendees stage final-day rebellion against our Symposium’s “last hurrah” 80% of junior miners gone in the next year? Brent Cook on what it will take to survive Triple your money in 10 years? One… Read More

Day Three: Love Trades and Low-Grades

July 26, 2013 Don’t invest in the DHS: Chris Mayer on how to invest in companies that grow and avoid those that flounder… Bash banks all you want: Richard Lashley on all the opportunities you may be missing out on…… Read More

Day Two: Failing Upwards

July 25, 2013 Vancouver Day Two kicks off with the Committee to Destroy the World: failing up, up and away! Inflation or deflation? Jim Rickards on why the coming collapse isn’t the end of the world. Barry Ritholtz on investing… Read More

Day 1: Aerospace and Doomsday Debt Ceilings

July 24, 2013 Day one: Kicking off this year’s last-ever Agora Financial Investment Symposium, A Tale of Two Americas… Chris Anderson on aerospace companies on credit cards, as Bill Bonner’s “doomsday machine” begins its screeching halt… “What’s changed?” resource guru… Read More

Vancouver Countdown

July 23, 2013 What Detroit has in common with one of the most prosperous, hip metropolises in the U.S. And probably your town, too… If you can’t buy farmland as Jim Rogers and Marc Faber recommend, you can do this… Read More

China’s “Clandestine Operations”

July 22, 2013 China’s “clandestine operations” in the currency wars: Rickards on how the Middle Kingdom is preparing for an endgame “when the international monetary system collapses” “Will the Fed taper?” and other pointless questions: Ritholtz on distractions that can… Read More

Overpromise Benefits, Underdeliver Services

July 19, 2013 Detroit: After the overpromising comes the underdelivering Byron King unpacks “a very strange gold market” and performs his own analysis of the Zero Hour scenario… “Let us pursue a line of thought”: Chris Mayer on where to… Read More

“A Milestone of Modern Warfare”

July 18, 2013 “A milestone of modern warfare”: Byron King spotlights an untold story from the Middle East in an international-intrigue episode of The 5… “Billions of dollars flow through this secretive sector”: Profitable insights from the North Korean ship… Read More