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Tiho Brkan comments on Bonds, Japan, Gold & Silver

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Tiho Brkan, author of the Short Side of Long blog, discusses in this order: the entire bond market, Japan and the Yen as well as Gold & Silver.   [podcast]https://dl.dropbox.com/u/14283192/Oct16TDGpodTihoBrkan.mp3[/podcast] Time: 21 mins, 34 seconds  

Argonaut Gold Discusses Q3 Results, Acquisition & More

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Here is our interview with Argonaut CEO, Pete Dougherty. Pete discusses Argonaut’s Q3 results, recent acquisition and the other projects in their pipeline. [podcast]https://dl.dropbox.com/u/14283192/Oct16TDGPodArgo.mp3[/podcast] Time: 17 mins, 32 seconds

TDG Interviewed by InformedTrades

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Below is my interview with Informed Trades. This was a fantastic interview, even though I’m positioned too close to my camera. The start of the interview delves into my bio and then we move to my philosophy, discovery of the commodity bull market and my thoughts on precious metals and what is to come.  

Greg Weldon’s Near-Term Analysis of Gold & Silver

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Greg offers a free, one-time, 30-day trial of three different research publications: 1)  Weldon’s Money Monitor (global macro); 2) The Metal Monitor (precious metals markets) and 3) The ETF Playbook. Click the link to sign up for a free trial and gain immediate access to Greg’s latest research including this week’s Macro-Market Metal Monitor which … Continue reading “Greg Weldon’s Near-Term Analysis of Gold & Silver”

Neglia: Look for $2400 Gold in Next Few Years

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Anthony Neglia, president at Tower Trading LLC, Sarah Quinlan, chief investment office at Qam and John Netto, president at M3 Capital, talk with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel and Adam Johnson about what is driving the gold trade and just how high futures can be expected to climb. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Lunch Money.”  

Investors Argue Gold to Hit $2,000 on Fed Stimulus

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US Global Investors’ Frank Holmes discusses QE3’s impact on gold prices. He speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)  

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