Thursday, April 29, 2010

CNBC Allows Gold Talk

CNBC is finally getting it, allowing talk about gold and silver on their show.

Gold is holding nicely above the neckline of the upside down head and shoulders pattern.

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America Is About To Drop Off This List Of Safest Credit Ratings

According to CMA Datavision, the U.S. ranks below nine other countries in terms of the safety of its sovereign debt. Norway is #1 and this has been discussed before on this site. But it's interesting how the Netherlands, Australia, Sweden, and Hong Kong beat out the U.S. as well.

CMA's latest report explains that Sweden and Hong Kong are new entrants into this top ten list, displacing France and Belgium. The U.S. could be next to drop off the list as well, given that it's dead last.

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American Arrested in Mexico for Carrying 150 Gold Coins; Coins Seized

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The Latest Gold Fraud Bombshell: Canada's Only Bullion Bank Gold Vault Is Practically Empty

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Spinout at Government Motors

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A World Without Banks

Imagine a world without bankers.

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Seven Reasons Silver Can Make You Rich

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