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#34 forum rules

Posted by booda on 16 April 2011 - 09:35 PM

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#36 golddailynews.com

Posted by samuel on 16 April 2011 - 10:15 PM

I am wondering if there is any partnership between kitco and golddailynews.com ?:huh:
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#37 Silver Price

Posted by Nik on 22 April 2011 - 02:30 PM

I checked golddailynew.com as Samuel said, but I am interested in buying proved silver rather than gold in this market.  It seems to be a better investment with its rapidly increasing demand by both investors and industries.  If you have any advice and where to buy good price silver please let me know.
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#33 Wholesale Jewelry - Fashionable Types of Watches to Boost Manly Fashion

Posted by bian307 on 15 April 2011 - 08:10 PM

Wholesale Jewelry - Fashionable Types of Watches to Boost Manly Fashion
    If you will look at the concept of jewelry or accessories wholesale watches , the first people that will come into your mind are women. Primarily, the women are the ones who are very particular with the accessories that they wear especially when it comes to jewelry. This is why more and more women are looking for wholesale jewelry together while looking for wholesale sunglasses.
But aside from women, men also have their share of accessories and wholesale jewelry. However, looking at these accessories for men, they are accessories that are more on the functional side instead of just aesthetics like watches. There are many types of watches available for guys in order to match their personal style.
    First of all, there are the watches that are made to be suitable for corporate use football jerseys . These watches are made to match their corporate outfits and suits. These watches were made with different color or finishes. There are some watches that are colored gold while there are others made of stainless steel. The metal finish of these watches is a good pair either it's for suits that's why many of corporate people wear this type of watches. And since these watches are already available in wholesale, they can get different finishes suitable for their suits.
    The next types of watches are the ones with leather straps. If the metal watches are perfect for corporate outfits, this type of watch is suitable for guys who are going for smart casual fashion Rolex . If you will look closely, this watch is not really formal in terms of style. However, it will complete the fashion statement of individuals who would like to be comfortable even looking a bit formal. These straps may come in different color to match the overall look of their smart casual look.
    Finally, you can get sports watches. These types of watches are the perfect accessories for casual wear. Typically Men watch , the materials used for this watch are lighter so it can be worn properly together with the light apparel. This lightness is also the reason why these are also worn for sports purposes like jogging or doing other activities omega . Even with the light materials, they are made to have materials that will prevent too much shock, pressure, and even water. Remember that you will sweat in doing these activities and may penetrate the back part of the watch. If the watch is not water resistant, it may damage the watch and totally lose its quality not only in beauty but also in function.
     Once water penetrated the motor of the watch, it will stop from working and even cause moisture on the front part.
If you are among these guys on the lookout for the best watches as accessories, you can just look online for these wholesale jewelries for your accessories. Since they will be in wholesale ugg boots , you have an option to purchase mixed set of watches so you will have one for your every fashion style and even match it with the right wholesale sunglasses.
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#3 Forum Rules

Posted by booda on 20 December 2009 - 08:37 PM

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#28 chat room?

Posted by meatman on 29 March 2011 - 11:27 PM

Hey guys,
  I've been looking through the forum and I noticed you don't have a chat room. Chat rooms are awesome ways for the members of a forum to communicate in real time rather than always wait  a while for the other parties to respond. Just my two cents (;
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#27 Gaddafi's "Gold of Mass Destruction" 23 March 2011

Posted by meatman on 29 March 2011 - 11:17 PM

EVEN Sir Alan of Greenspan knows that gold is always and everywhere about economic freedom, writes Adrian Ash

This isn't a moral point, it's just plain fact. And so sometimes, as we told the BBC yesterday, gold helps out dictators, and sometimes it helps private individuals hoping to defend their personal liberty.

Gold enabled Great Britain, for instance, to buy arms and food from the United States during the first two years of WWII. The Pound Sterling's survival was by no means secure, whereas Gold Bullion – as Alan Greenspan keeps reminding us – is "the ultimate form of payment in the world."

Four decades later, sanctions-busting sales of the Krugerrand helped finance South Africa's apartheid regime, bagging 89% of the world's Gold Coin market by 1980. Whereas today, the public in Vietnam is hoarding gold to try and survive the Communist regime's repeated devaluations of the Dong currency – a defense most expertly played by Indian households since long before India relaxed its tight controls on legal gold trading two decades ago.

So what to make of this little fuss...quietly building since last week...about Mad Dog Gaddafi's hoard of central-bank Gold Bullion in Libya? Follow only Zero Hedge and the gold-bug blogs, and you might think the Financial Times kicked off the idea on Monday night. It claimed that Gaddafi will/might/maybe-could finance his mercenary army by giving them gold straight out of Libya's 143.8-tonne central bank hoard.

Gold plus Gaddafi – what more sexing up could a story need? Yet a bigger and bolder claim was in fact made, and in the name of bombing Tripoli too, four days before.

"Gaddafi remaining in power will be a destructive and destabilising force throughout the Arab world," wrote British lord David Owen in The Daily Mirror last Friday. "[Gaddafi] has amassed considerable undeclared gold reserves and he will use that money to create trouble not just for immediate neighbours but further afield."

Oh, has he now, and will he indeed?

A handful of diplomats have claimed in the past that Gaddafi wanted to build WMDs. But gold reserves of mass destruction? No one we've checked with knows where Lord Owen might have got such certainty (and we checked with a few). Short of Owen actually being Gaddafi's agent in the market – as one wag joked to me today – it's quite the claim.

Yes, there have been rumors about Libya Buying Gold and not declaring its new reserves for many years, but nothing has ever been substantiated. Gold's unofficial "black market" is widely accepted as huge, and Philip Klapwijk of the GFMS consultancy reckons central-bank reserves worldwide might stand 10% above the officially-stated total, currently put at 27,220 tonnes.

What's more, Libya was exporting 1.6 million barrels of oil per day ahead of the rebellion, and it's hard to imagine Gaddafi keeping all of that cash in Dollars. Yet his central bank's reported gold reserves haven't changed since 1998, long before Tony Blair shook his hand and – quite coincidentally – the man convicted of the Lockerbie Bombing was set free.

So maybe Lord Owen is in the know, with the CIA or Tripoli itself choosing to tip-off the 73-old peer. There's nothing in the public domain to confirm or support his assertion, and there's nothing (yet) on WikiLeaks. But either way, here is Owen, the grand old man (or "mountebank" as Michael Foot called him) of British diplomacy using Libya's unknown and unknowable gold hoard to urge that very same 'liberal intervention' in the desert which took us to Kandahar and Basra...the very same kind of choosing sides which he himself tip-toed around at the cost of 100,000 lives in the early 1990s Bosnian War.

Make no mistake: Gold, just like David Owen, is always a political beast. But gold doesn't pick winners and it doesn't claim to know right from wrong. Owning it gives you freedom from external control, be it inflation or UN sanctions. But just as gold doesn't make you right (despite what the blogosphere's millenarian cult of "true money" might claim), it certainly doesn't make you bad by association. Not yet.

    "Iran has bought large amounts of gold in the international market, according to a senior Bank of England official, in a sign of how growing political pressure has driven Tehran to reduce its exposure to the US Dollar..."

So said the Financial Times on Sunday night – more than three days after Lord Owen filed his copy to The Mirror, and one day before the FT itself began talking up Mad Dog's gold-of-mass-destruction hoard. A cable dated June 2006 shared with the paper by WikiLeaks (which wants "to keep government open" it says, with no hint of self-awareness or irony) apparently records the Bank of England's head of banking telling a US official that "significant moves by Iran to purchase gold" had been observed – "an attempt by Iran to protect its reserves from risk of seizure."

Prompted by such news, one or other un-named "market" source then made so bold as to tell the FT that "Tehran has been one of the biggest buyers of bullion over the past decade after China, Russia and India, and is among the 20 largest holders of gold reserves.

"They estimate it holds more than 300 tonnes of gold, up from 168.4 tonnes in 1996, the date of the most recent International Monetary Fund data."

The upshot? In today's attention-deficit analysis, "Gold [is] key to financing Gaddafi struggle," as the FT's other mad-regime bullion article was headlined by the sub-editor. Put another way, Libya's Gold Bullion hoard is "enough to pay mercenaries to fight for him for years," says the Sydney Morning Herald.

Gold is for bad guys, in short. I read it in the paper.
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#19 Help Needed

Posted by castellucci on 16 June 2010 - 12:08 AM

I am interested in investing in Gold Coins and Bullions in Latin America and I have heard good reviews of the company called Chase-nobank, have you heard of them? If somebody knows please let me know, thanks
Regardsinteresting
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#18 Interesting Investment options

Posted by castellucci on 11 June 2010 - 04:15 AM

For those who are interested in buying Mexican gold coins and bullion, as an investor I recommend visiting http://www.chase-nob...ous-metals.html, let me know what you think
Best Regards.
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#32 help needed

Posted by samuel on 06 April 2011 - 07:39 PM

I am interested in investing in proof silver buillion rather than buying from ebay. I've checked golddailynews.com and monex.com which bouth were very informative but maybe not exactly what I was looking for. If somebody konws where to buy or bid on proof silver buillion plate please let me know.
Thanks,
Samuel
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#52 gold daily news

Posted by mari on 31 July 2011 - 01:26 PM

golddailynews.com
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#51 Gold Fields CEO says upside potential for gold price | Reuters

Posted by mari on 19 May 2011 - 08:28 PM

http://af.reuters.co...E74I05P20110519
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#50 Gold Fields: no interest in DRDGold's Blyvoor mine | News by - Reuters

Posted by mari on 19 May 2011 - 08:24 PM

http://af.reuters.co...uth Africa News)
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#45 FastMoney - Peter Schiff QE3 and the Dollar

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#30 Should you buy Metals??

Posted by meatman on 29 March 2011 - 11:34 PM



you decide.....
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#23 http://www.google.com/url?Bob Chapman on Discount Gold and Silver Trading Jan...

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#21 Fed Survey: Slower Growth Spreads to More Region

Posted by booda on 10 September 2010 - 11:58 PM


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