Friday, November 19, 2010

Silver will be worth more than Gold says GATA Board of Director, Adrian Douglas

Weekend chill out

With revolution in the air, Greece, Ireland, France and the silver commodity pits, I though this weekend chill out choice was apt.

Keiser Report - Silver Special: Crash JP Morgan Buy Silver

India and China Continue to Drive Gold Demand

Frank Holmes
U.S. Global Investors
CEO and Chief Investment Officer
17 November 2010
The World Gold Council's (WGC) latest quarterly recap shows global gold demand is getting stronger despite rising gold prices. Gold rose 28 percent to record the highest average price for a quarter ever at $1,226.75 an ounce while gold demand jumped 12 percent on a year-over-year basis to 921.8 tons during the quarter.

Jewelry demand, which increased 8 percent on a year-over-year basis, accounted for 57 percent of overall demand, while investment demand rose 19 percent to account for 31 percent of total demand.

It appears consumers and investors, especially in India, China, Russia and Turkey, are growing accustomed to higher gold prices. At the end of the third quarter, gold demand in India had already exceeded that of 2009 and demand levels in China are ahead of last year's pace.

Crash JP Morgan, Buy Silver