• Tollvesenet har i sommer fattet et vedtak på en av våre importsendinger som går imot tidligere praksis, og som etter vår mening er i strid med gjeldende lovverk. Tollvesenet vil heretter ikke anerkjenne sølv- og gullmynter (definert som "legal tender" i sitt opprinnelsesland) som fritatt merverdiavgift. Dette betyr at alle innførsler av typiske investeringsmynter til Norge vil kunne bli belastet med 25% mva., på tross av at myntene er gitt legal tender status med pålydende valør.

    Realverdier.no vil dessverre ikke kunne innføre flere investeringsmynter inntil prinsipielt svar på vår klage til Tollvesenet/Skatt Øst (minus 7 vedlegg) foreligger.

Hjem / 2019 / august

Arkiv for august 2019

PRECIOUS METALS NOW LOOK BETTER THAN EVER: U.S. Government Debt Surges $450 Billion In August

Not only are the precious metals prices looking better than they have for several years, but the reasons to own them continue to improve as central banks begin to crank up their massive CREDIT CARD DEBT.  In just the past month, the U.S. Treasury has increased the outstanding public debt by a whopping $450 billion. Of course, they are making up for some lost time as they were unable to increase the debt until the Whitehouse, Senate, and Congress passed a bipartisan deal for a two-year postponement of the debt-ceiling on July 22nd.  Thus, the new agreement has kept the U.S. Government from shutting down or defaulting on its debt. Well, it didn’t take much time after the ink was dry on the new bi-partisan…

Fmr. Fed Governor Proposes Using the Federal Reserve as a Political Weapon

Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason. Coming up Gerald Celente, top trends forecaster and publisher of the Trends Journal joins me for an explosive conversation on the state of the markets, gold, the upcoming presidential election, and why he believes the next recession will be one for the ages.  Gerald also reveals what you should be doing right now to prepare for it. So, don’t miss my conversation with Gerald Celente, coming up after this week’s market update. As markets close out the month of August, precious metals investors are scoring some big summer gains.  The standout performer has been silver, surging over 15% during the month.  On Thursday, the white metal spiked to nearly $18.70 an ounce before pulling back…

Why Silver Is Better Than Gold

While the surging gold price has received most of the spotlight in the market, silver will outperform the king monetary metal over the longer term.  Key fundamental factors make silver the more attractive asset and investment to own versus gold when we look closely at the data.  However, that doesn’t mean precious metals investors shouldn’t own gold.  Investors need to own both precious metals, but I believe silver will provide better returns than gold in the future. Now, there is this notion put forth by many precious metals analysts that central banks will be forced, at some point, to back their currencies by gold.  Thus, the idea is that gold will reset at a much higher price.  While that is a possibility, backing debt-based currencies…

Will Silver’s Surprising Summer Surge Continue?

Just a few weeks ago, silver naysayers told us we’d have to wait months, or even years, before the market made a big move. Now they are eating their words! The white-hot metal surged past $18.50/oz this morning to reach its highest level in more than two years. Silver is up more than 13% in the month of August alone, a time when many precious metals analysts had expected summer doldrums. Even some long-term silver bulls became short-term bears.  The widespread pessimism toward silver is totally understandable given its performance characteristics over the past few years.  Like clockwork, rallies would stall out at resistance levels. Banks and other commercial traders playing the short side of the futures markets would always overpower the longs. So when…

Gold Price Suppression Denier Defends His Client Central Banks

While most market analysts who have denied central bank and government intervention against gold have long since gone silent on the issue, Managing Partner Jeff Christian of metals consultancy CPM Group continues to disparage such complaints as «conspiracy theory.» In an interview last week  with Money Metals Exchange’s Mike Gleason, Christian tries to reduce the issue to what he considers ordinary and small-time market manipulation by individual traders. «We don’t see grand conspiracies and we see a tremendous amount of evidence that these grand conspiracies do not exist,» Christian says. That is, Christian doesn’t see the monthly interventions of the Bank for International Settlements in the gold market on behalf of its central bank members, interventions confirmed by the bank’s own monthly statements of account….

The Silver Price Surges Higher As Mine Supply Falls In Top Producing Countries

As the silver price rally continues, mine supply from three of the top producing countries fell significantly this year. Peru, Chile, and Mexico all reported declines in silver mine supply in the first half of the year, with Peru suffering the largest dropoff. With these three countries accounting for 45% of total global silver production, a reduction in mine supply can impact the overall market. According to the mine supply data reported by each country, Peru’s silver production is down 10% in the first half of the year, while Chile fell 7% and Mexico was lower by 4% (Jan-May). The total decline in silver production from these three countries in just the first half of the year is 12 million oz (Moz): As we can…

Dominoes Falling at Big Banks That Rigged Precious Metals Markets

The crooked precious metals trading department at JPMorgan Chase lost another man last week. Christian Trunz pleaded guilty to criminal “spoofing” of the markets and resigned from his position as an Executive Director with the bank. The story mirrors that of John Edmonds, the Chase banker who pleaded guilty last October for rigging gold and silver prices. Like Edmonds’ illicit trading activity, Trunz’s was pervasive. It spanned nearly a decade – from 2007 through 2016 – and involved many “thousands” of orders. The disgraced banker has agreed to cooperate with the Department of Justice investigation. He has told investigators his training on how to cheat was conducted by JPMorgan executives even more senior than himself. Trunz is not the only gold and silver trader to…

Trump Floats Payroll & Capital Gains Tax Cuts; Jeff Christian Exclusive

Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason. Coming up we’ll hear some very interesting comments from a first-time guest, Jeffrey Christian of the CPM Group. Jeff talks about who’s been buying gold, and who hasn’t been – at least not compared to levels of a few years ago, tells us why they’ve moved up their price forecasts for gold and silver a couple of years, and also answers the question about whether or not he believes there is widespread manipulation in the precious metals markets. You’ll want to be sure to stick around for my conversation with Jeff Christian, coming up after this week’s market update. As investors glean takeaways from the Jackson Hole symposium this week , gold and silver markets…

SILVER MARKET: Indicators Setting Up For A Big Move

If we look at certain indicators in the silver market, the price is setting up for a big move. It seems as if mainstream investors are now becoming more worried about the stock and bond markets. With almost $17 trillion in negative-yielding debt in the world, the notion that gold or silver doesn’t earn a yield is starting to look like a better deal than paying someone to own bonds. Thus, the record increase in negative-yielding debt has push gold, in just the past few months, has been one of the catalysts to push gold above an important six-year resistance level. Furthermore, several articles have stated that gold has reached an all-time high in 73 currencies. However, it will take some time for gold to…

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