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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 7,864 views
Historical Daily Gold Data 1973 thru 2009 Download

Gold still remains far below its all-time inflation-adjusted high, estimated at almost $2,500 an ounce set in 1980, an era of Cold War tension, oil shocks and hyperinflation. Gold prices have almost doubled since the Fed cut “Interest Rates” to the bone in 2008 in an attempt to shock the economy back to life after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 9,201 views
2011 Treasury Bond Market Crash Any Day Now

We’re on a collision course with the “Worst Bond Market Collapse” in decades and the warning signs are as clear as day. Since the “Bond Market” is ready to crash at any minute, Bloomberg Television has an excellent bond market crash video with Laurence Kotlikoff, a professor of economics at Boston University, on how to prepare.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 5,390 views
Gold to Reach 2250 per Ounce by 2015 With no Crash in 2011

Gold hit a record high above $1,500 an ounce for a fifth-consecutive session on Thursday, driven by a laundry list of factors, including inflationary pressures in some key economies, the lack of a clear plan to deal with the U.S. deficit, and the sovereign debt woes in Europe.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 15,545 views
Silver is Unlikely to Crash in 2011 – to Reach 400 an Ounce by 2015

The risk of another “Great Depression” is real and many analysts believe the crisis will escalate late in 2011. This will lead to continued safe haven demand for gold and silver which should see gold and silver once again perform well throughout 2011.

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Posted on 22 Apr 2011 | 13,611 views
The Silver Crash of 1893

The United States, since the days of George Washington, had based its system on “Bimetallism” — the use of both gold and silver in legal coinage. The Gold Rush to California in 1849 resulted in such large quantities of gold found that the value of gold became less. Previous to this, gold was 16 times more valuable — 16x more silver in a silver dollar than gold in a gold dollar.