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By: Dr. Richard S. Appel - 31 March, 2006

Across the past several years gold’s price has risen from its $252.50 nadir to a recent $572 high. Yet, despite the fact that it has more than doubled in price, few individuals or investors truly recognize that its Bull Market even exists. Since 1999, the eternal metal has plodded ever higher. It experienced both excited sharp advances and frightening declines. Violent upwaves were often followed by price reversals that tested the mettle of the steadfast gold-bugs. Some were thrown from the bull’s back, but numerous others could not be shaken from the market. For those who trusted their judgment and understood the underlying fundamentals driving gold’s unrelenting ascent, the recognition of the truth helped sustain their determination and kept them invested. Full Story

By: Charleston Voice - 31 March, 2006

I don't know about you, but I have a hard time wrapping my head around this whole ETF thing. Whether it be gold, silver, copper, oil, or any of the other commodities yet to be represented in the vehicles known as ETF derivatives, I just can't grasp buying something physical and given slips of paper. In every instance I am required to sell my ETF paper to get the dollars and then go on a hunt of my own in the world of real commerce to get the real thing. The ETFs are not 'showing me the beef'. Full Story

By: Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital, Inc. - 31 March, 2006

This week, as statistics revealed that China has surpassed Japan as the world’s largest holder of foreign reserves, the U.S. Congress continues to threaten China with 27% tariffs on their exports to the U.S. The move, which is akin to a cornered gunman turning the pistol on himself and threatening to pull the trigger, reveals the extent to which American politicians fail to comprehend the true nature of the current Sino-U.S relationship. Full Story

By: Bill Bonner, Eric Fry & Mark Tier, The Daily Reckoning - 30 March, 2006

-Ad-ver-si-ty and the trouble with debt...the slimy beast that crawled out of the sea...
-Addison's meeting with Paul to make money by watching bankers...a lesson in selling gold...
-A few thoughts on the "War on Nobody"...globalization's effect on education...and more! Full Story

By: Bill Bonner, Chris Mayer & Doug Casey, The Daily Reckoning - 29 March, 2006

-'John the Baptist' of the Tech Bubble weighs in about debt and the deficit...thoughts on the typical homeowner...
-America's historic mojo...the bizarre cycle of credit...demonstrations and "les casseurs" in France...
-A quick word from Addison...more thoughts on Italy: How to become heir to Augustus and Nero...and more! Full Story

By: David N. Vaughn, Gold Letter, Inc. - 29 March, 2006

Are you yet invested in gold? We are at the beginning of the biggest gold bull market in our life time & you are waiting for the go ahead from CNN &/or the cable money channels to give you the go ahead? Have you not noticed gold climbing from 252 an ounce to surpass 350 an ounce & that was a monumental leap? Full Story

By: Richard Daughty, The MOGAMBO GURU - 29 March, 2006

I was surprised to see that Total Fed Credit was not exploding last week. I was even more surprised to see that Foreign Holdings of U.S. Debt held at the Fed was actually down by $8 billion last week, too. Even the banks were not making fools of themselves, as is their wont, by gobbling up huge fistfuls of government debt. It was, in a word, quiet. In the movies, when somebody remarks how quiet it is, the hero says "Too quiet!" and the next thing you know there are arrows and/or bullets flying all over the damned place. Full Story

By: Jim Willie CB - 29 March, 2006

A rant is due, on the eve of the latest screwball USFed rate hike. While the USEconomy boasts of being advanced, sophisticated, and developed, the last three decades have seen a crippling dependence upon inflation for the generation of wealth. The cost of this inflation has begun to show itself as extreme, widespread, and overbearing on the middle class. The natural backlash comes in the form of economic decay, lost jobs, and reduced standard of living. Full Story

By: Bill Bonner, Chris Gaffney, & Chris Mayer, The Daily Reckoning - 28 March, 2006

-Talk about a getting the short end of the stick...Bernanke may have inherited the wind, but he'll reap the whirlwind...
-Why is no one paying attention to the inversion of the yield curve?...a portrait of a nation living beyond its means...
-The perfect climate for $2,000 gold...American dreamers and schemers are not worried...and more! Full Story

By: Dudley Baker and Lorimer Wilson - 28 March, 2006

“How should we position our assets given the dire predictions of these imminent economists and analysts who are all much of the same mind as to what may well be in store for the U.S and, indeed, the global economy very soon?” Again, we have compiled a detailed and comprehensive summary of what many of these very same individuals, and others, have to say. It is so extensive and informative we have taken the liberty to divide it into 4 parts. Full Story

By: Charleston Voice - 28 March, 2006

I relate this experience to let you know that the silver paper market controls the physical price. And, being paper means control by the banking cartel and their co-conspirators at the government regulating agencies. I learned my lesson cheap, very cheap. I believe to this day that April 1987, just like 1980, were periods that the US Govt (under Federal Reserve control) was terrified that there was to be a worldwide flight from the US dollar. Full Story

By: Bill Bonner, Chris Gaffney, & The Mogambo Guru, The Daily Reckoning - 27 March, 2006

-Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain - just keep your eyes on the easy money...
-Good news! The world really is going to hell in a hand basket...
-Bill Bonner and Howard Stern: kindred spirits?...sliding off the Leaning Tower of Pisa...and more! Full Story

By: - 27 March, 2006

Saturday, March 25th: Internet Radio: Bob Chapman, International Forecaster. Full Story

By: Dr. Ron Paul, U.S. Congressman - 27 March, 2006

At some point one of two things must happen: either the party in Washington ends, or the supremacy of the dollar as the world's reserve currency ends. It's a sobering thought, but a choice must be made.
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By: Roland Watson, New Era Investor - 26 March, 2006

Gold confiscation is a subject that divides gold investors. Some say it won’t happen again and others say it will happen again. The one thing they tend to agree on is that they don’t want it to happen again. One factor that is sometimes quoted against a likelihood of government seizure of gold is the alleged fact that only a minority of American citizens turned in their gold after Roosevelt issued executive order 6102 in April 1933. Full Story

By: John Mauldin, Millenium Wave Advisors - 26 March, 2006

Today we begin what will be an intermittent series on oil and energy. Each and every year there is a need for more and more energy of all kinds. The one thing we can say with confidence is that energy demand and usage in the next 20 years is going to increase dramatically as more than half the world aspires to middle class (and more!) life styles, which will put huge demands on our energy resources. Will oil production slow down and then peak in the future? Quick answer: yes. Will we run out of energy? Quick answer: no. But that implies a shift in how we currently produce and use energy. Full Story

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