Sunday, December 26, 2010

CFTC Commisioner Bart Chilton on postion limits - One trader has 35% of the Silver Market

China Central Bank absorbing substantial amounts of gold without disrupting market

China's official gold reserves are seen to be being effectively held at whatever level the country's government thinks is of political and financial advantage.

Author: Lawrence Williams
Posted: Thursday , 23 Dec 2010


Is China increasing its gold reserves but without reporting it, yet again? Or is this pure market speculation? The odds would favour the former, but the markets just won't know until the Chinese announce the fact at a point in time of their choice. Such an announcement is politically very sensitive, and if several hundred tonnes of gold have indeed quietly and surreptitiously been moved into the Asian giant's coffers, which this writer feels is more likely than not, then news of this could have a very sharp upwards price impact for the precious on

Michael Pento on Gold and 2011

Micheal Pento is interviewed by Eric King of King World News......listen here

INET's Interview with Charles Ferguson, the Director of "Inside Job"

David Morgan interviewed on the future of the Silver price

Christmas dinner Thai Style

Just had Christmas dinner at an intimate outdoor restaurant in Bangkok along with about 400 other patrons. Considering that most of Jesus's mates were fisherman we opted for the seafood and curiously a bottle of Penfolds Bin 8 supplied by friends.

I hope all our blog readers had a wonderful Christmas and are looking forward to an exciting 2011.