As Savers Demand Grows, Interest Rates Fall on Short-term Bonds

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Will Technology Spur Gold Demand?

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Demand your right to use cash?

Do you have a right to use cash? Sounds like a silly question to anyone who has ever rented a car. But it is a question apparently being asked in the city of Chicago. Before you roll your eyes at the potential lunacy that the city council there can get into, let’s give this question […]

Silver’s Positive Fundamentals Due To Strong Demand In Key Growth Industries

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Geopolitical Risk Highest “In Four Decades” – Global Gold Demand to Remain Robust

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Why is Gold Demand Weak?

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You Are Being Lied To About “Low” Gold Demand

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Soaring Global Demand for Lithium Presents Triple-Digit Profit Scenario

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The Story Behind Continuing Strong Gold Bullion Coin Demand

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Could Breakthrough Cancer Treatments Raise Industrial Gold Demand?

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There Is No Such Thing As Peak Oil Demand

Notwithstanding that oil demand has increased for over 150 years, it will eventually stop increasing. If oil demand were to reach an actual peak, then the top might be easier to predict. As it stands, the forecast models of demand are likely predicting peak demand far later than it will be. The Market Oracle

Brexit Gold Buying – UK Demand for Gold Bars Surges 39%

– UK investors buy gold bars as demand surges 39% in 2016 – Brexit Day sees Article 50 triggered and pound weakens – “Brexit nerves” see “Brits hoard gold” reports WSJ – End of 44 year relationship with closest economic partner – May sets Brexit clock ticking in letter to Tusk The Market Oracle

Physical Metals Demand Plus Manipulation Suits Will Break Paper Market

Mike Gleason:  It is my privilege now to welcome in Craig Hemke of the TF Metals Report. Craig runs one of the most highly respected and well known blogs in the industry and has been covering the precious metals for close to a decade now, and he puts out some of the best analysis on […]

A Whole New World of Gold Demand Is Opening Up… Muslims

Most analysis of gold and silver markets tends to be U.S.-centric. However, the next secular trend in precious metals markets may have less to do with U.S. debt, U.S. politics, the U.S. central bank, and the U.S. dollar and more to do with a gigantic new source of demand. It’s not the 1970s anymore. Back […]

Rapid Decline in Demand for Wage Slaves – Go Long Chain Makers

This is turning into a very rewarding series, it opens up vistas I could never have dreamed of. First, in “Not Nearly Enough Growth To Keep Growing”, I posited that peak wealth for the west, and America in particular, was sometime in the early ’70s or late ’60s of the last century. That led to […]