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Manipulation is offering investors a wide window for increasing their gold holdings at suppressed prices.
Japan is in serious trouble and could well be the stage for the next Black Swan event.
Here's why holding precious metals is now critical insurance for any prudent investor.
The risk from an attack on Iran that closes the Strait of Hormuz is large enough to warrant close attention.
Investors should take these steps now to manage future risks.
We look at specific steps in which the credit crisis in Europe may escalate into a full-blown contagion that brings down the U.S. Treasury market.
Contagion from an EU banking system collapse could be the catalyst for a 2008-but-worse market crash in the uncomfortably near future.
The world that Europe, the U.S. and Japan are desperately trying to sustain is no longer possible in a world of too much debt and too expensive energy.
Those looking to preserve wealth will be well-served by better understanding why commodities still have room to run much higher.
Frank Barbera sees the potential for 30% to 50% declines across the mining sector in the near term.