Friday, April 5, 2013

Digging for gold on Swiss Italian border

From AssociatedPress


Original source

Italian finance police had a lucky find on Easter Sunday during a routine check of a family car crossing into Switzerland: they discovered gold ingots worth about €4.5 million (CHF5.5 million) concealed in false compartments.

The car was driven by a 53-year-old Italian resident of the Swiss canton of Ticino, described by the police as the legal representative of a Swiss company.

Skyscraper dares to obey the laws of physics

From TheAlexJonesChannel

Weekend Chillout - Round and Round Up and Down

With the fiat prices of Gold, Silver, Platinum and Bitcoins going round and round and particularly up and down this week I thought I would dive into the bucket of talent of my favourite quiz show Rockwiz and see what relevant song I could find.

Sophie Koh and Steve Kilbey cover The Go-Betweens "Streets Of Your Town"

Shortage of scrap and junk silver

One for my US readers.

From ScrapGoldUniversity

Precious Metals - Why The Bull Market Is Not Over

A big thanks to all the attendees at ABC Bullion's seminar last night. The room had a great buzz and the Q & A session showed how informed and financially intelligent those in the precious metal community are compared to society at large.

For those who missed the seminar or attended but want to share the experience with others the night was recorded and the video will be posted on the ABC Bullion website in about week's time.

Keiser Report: Crime-Generated Cash

In RussiaToday

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss an entire population living beyond thanks to an economy benefiting from crime. They also talk about capital flight, banksters exempt from RICO and bitcoin destroying the state. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to the original silver guru, David Morgan of about the latest in silver, Crash JPM and silver standards in Utah.