In the below video GoldMoney’s James Turk and Félix Moreno de la Cova discuss gold, Bitcoin and competing currencies.
As always, Mr Turk has some interesting comments. But I think what he is really saying here is: Hey guys, Bitcoin is cool, I get it. …but I still prefer gold. Fair enough.
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New QE from the Fed, gold up to $1,775, Germany’s constitutional court ruled on ECB bond purchases and more.
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As reported recently in several major newspapers and on Zero Hedge, the NY Fed is undergoing an audit of the gold stored in the vault of its Wall Street office. Reportedly about 23% of the world’s official gold reserves, including gold owned by foreign countries and the IMF, are stored in the central bank’s vault. One could assume from the Fed’s timing that this might be an effort to put to rest ‘conspiracy theories’ about the Fed’s missing gold. Although those concerned about the Fed’s ‘transactions’ in gold, see this as the Fed’s attempt to quiet concerns while avoiding the real issue.
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Perhaps thanks to the LIBOR scandal, gold market manipulation is beginning to look less like a crazy conspiracy theory and more like reality.
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