January 22, 2021 

Gold Enters Major Bull Market


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04/25/2012  6:05AM

New IMF figures show at current rate central banks will buy almost 700 tonnes of gold this year

Gold slipping over 3% over the course of March, averaging $1,676 for the month, prompted central banks to stock up on the yellow metal IMF data showed on Tuesday.

Led by Mexico and Russia, central banks from 11 countries and the Eurozone added a combined 57.9 tonnes of gold in March.
 By bluejay

04/23/2012  9:29AM

Gold $1631.70 OFF $10.70
Silver $30.75 OFF $ 0.95

Gold continues to be pressured lower, down nearly $300 from its recent all-time highs above $1900.

Gold is being dragged down by folks who fear it, causing unrest with those who own it. The whole affair is a game of numbers. Gold is gold and will always be gold, a store of wealth.

The miscreant pressure on the metal may very well be the last bold attempt to suppress it before reality sets in. The big lingering question is, at what price and when in time will this all end?

During bull market contractions the name of the game is scale-down buying. Forget the news being fed to you and the concern of lower price, just close your eyes and buy into this resting period. It will just be a matter of time until the bull raises his head again.

 By bluejay

04/20/2012  10:29AM

US Gold Production Slips 7% In January - USGS

19 April 2012, 12:46 p.m.
By Kitco News

U.S. mines produced 20,200 kilograms of gold in January, a 7% drop versus revised December output, said the U.S. Geological Service on Thursday.

December output was revised to 21,700 kilograms, down from the previous estimate of 22,000.

The average daily gold output for U.S. mines was 650 kilograms in January, down from 700 kilograms per day in December and the average daily output of 652 kilograms for all of 2011. December daily production was revised down from the previous estimate of 711 kilograms and the average daily output of 656 kilograms was revised lower.

Total yearly output was revised to 238,000 kilograms, from 239,000 kilograms estimated last month.

04/19/2012  11:48AM

Bluejay, thanks for the Armstrong link! My thought in posting this was the possibility of the Sixteen to obtain foreign investment, especially from the Japanese. I lived in Hawaii for 10 years, and still own property there. Because the Japanese love to visit Hawaii they are Very Heavy investors in HI real estate, especially in Top Tier hotels/resorts. Now that those are all bought and there is little new construction planned, this might be the time to attract Japanese investment into gold and specifically into the Sixteen-to-One.
 By bluejay

04/18/2012  11:21PM


Martin Armstrong is probably the expert on following and predicting international capital flows. I'm sure you can go to http://www.martin Armstrong.org and locate a report where he speaks in detail concerning this.

In past years, I gained a currency advantage that you speak of when I was involved with Canadian mining companies during which time the Canadian dollar advanced against our currency. I just can't get into buying gold in foreign currencies because I prefer to keep part of our wealth in the physical.

Yes, you hit the nail on the head by commenting on maximizing possible profits in gold or holding losses to a minimum in being in the correct currency.

04/18/2012  8:05AM

BlueJay, here's an interesting report that PROVES my earlier post about the potential advantage of buying and selling gold in foreign currencies. The same argument holds true for foreign countries investments in gold mining companies. Perhaps the Sixteen should consider contacting foreign companies/investors, particularly in Japan, and Euro Countries for a possible private placement. I know this is more difficult than obtaining US investment, but it is also more lucrative. Let me know what you think.

The key themes for gold during Q1 2012 were:
•Rising price in all major currencies with yen investors
benefiting most: Gold prices climbed 8.6% QoQ in US$/oz on the London PM fix, despite a number of headwinds. Though the quarterly return was almost twice the ten-year average of 4.5%, similar gains in gold were seen across all major currencies with yen investors seeing a gain of 16.1% in local currency terms.
 By bluejay

04/14/2012  1:51PM

Jim Sinclair comments in a recent King World News interview:

On the heels of the Fed members commenting publicly, legendary trader and investor, Jim Sinclair, told King World News that even though we have already seen $17 trillion of money printing, we should expect another $17 trillion going forward. KWN also asked Sinclair how he knew, from the beginning, that there would be ‘QE to infinity,’ before anyone else. But first, here is what Sinclair had to say about the action in gold: “$1,650 is a comfortable number (for central planners). Haven’t you seen the tremendous jawboning and market intervention to hold gold in that range at $1,650? $1,764 and they lose control. That begins the move which is exponential.”

Jim Sinclair continues:

“It’s a formidable challenge (keeping gold below $1,800). The true range of gold is $1,700 to $2,111, but these guys are going to try to fight it like nobody’s business. Do you think for a moment they are not listening to you and I speaking right now? Forget it, Eric, we are the morning ‘Squawk Box’ tomorrow.

Now comes the payback. The hope and desire that things would improve is ignorant because of the fact that the trillions which have come in have been to save the financial organizations, not Main Street....
 By bluejay

04/14/2012  1:37PM

Vietnamese sociologist; “Empires may fall, currencies may change … gold will always survive.”

04/12/2012  6:47AM

Here's some good news that could push the price of gold much higher.

Hybrid copper-gold nanoparticles convert CO2

Copper — the stuff of pennies and tea kettles — is also one of the few metals that can turn carbon dioxide into hydrocarbon fuels with relatively little energy. When fashioned into an electrode and stimulated with voltage, copper acts as a strong catalyst, setting off an electrochemical reaction with carbon dioxide that reduces the greenhouse gas to methane or methanol

Now researchers at MIT have come up with a solution that may further reduce the energy needed for copper to convert carbon dioxide, while also making the metal much more stable. The group has engineered tiny nanoparticles of copper mixed with gold, which is resistant to corrosion and oxidation. The researchers observed that just a touch of gold makes copper much more stable. In experiments, they coated electrodes with the hybrid nanoparticles and found that much less energy was needed for these engineered nanoparticles to react with carbon dioxide, compared to nanoparticles of pure copper.

The link to the full article is:
 By bluejay

04/07/2012  11:26PM

Fact Versus Fiction

Jim Sinclair lays it all out for us concerning gold:

 By bluejay

03/22/2012  7:58PM

Gold $1647.50 UP $2.60
Silver $31.53 OFF $0.06
XAU Index 174.26 OFF 3.53
HUI Index 465.34 OFF 9.34
US dollar Index 79.74 UP 0.08

Gold since the February 13th alert has softened as expected. The 1640 to 1650 area on its chart continues to offer support. If this level gives way the declining consolidation period from above the $1900 highs will continue. The downside exposure below looks to be at about the 1500 area. If 1500 level breaks the metal could retreat a few hundred points or so. Not that these levels will be reached during the current bull market or not but these are possibilities.

Gold is stronger than silver and silver's next stop could be in the 26-27 zone.

The gold indexes look anemic in here. The XAU has its next support in the 170 area with the HUI expecting help at the about 440.

The dollar looks to be emerging to higher levels with some professionals looking for the 82 level to restrain it from advancing farther.

It is important to understand that the gold price is being orchestrated lower by the western handlers of a decaying monetary system from their towers of power which will prove to be futile in time. The lower gold goes in value the better of a purchase it will be for the fearless.

China continues to quietly accumulate the metal during this unknown period of softness.
 By bluejay

03/21/2012  10:09AM

More important gold related info from Jim Sinclair in this recent interview:

 By bluejay

03/18/2012  10:58PM

Keeping your eye on the ball

 By bluejay

03/17/2012  11:26PM

Pierre Lassonde interview:

 By bluejay

03/17/2012  10:09PM

Many long-time followers are stating that recent weakness in gold was brought about by our leaders selling physical and paper gold.

And then you wonder about the following that appeared on the jsmineset.com website yesterday:

"According to comments made in the euro press, the Fed is in arrears concerning gold audits due to countries storing gold with the New York Federal Reserve Bank."
 By bluejay

03/15/2012  9:31PM

Jim Sinclair updates his thoughts on gold:

 By bluejay

02/26/2012  5:40PM

Professor Fekete on Silver

 By bluejay

02/25/2012  9:25PM

Strong words from Jim Sinclair:

1. What is going to happen is going to take place in March somewhere between the 14th and 20th in all probability.

2. What will determine the fate of markets is what action China does or does not take in providing funds to IMF bailout funds.

3. I believe China can and will extract significant trade and other benefits for their presence.

4. I believe China will want the same immunity that the IMF just took for themselves on sovereign debt in liquidation.

5. Greek gold will be held hostage to their debt.

6. That will accelerate the modest trend of repatriation of gold for the cellar of the New York Fed to nations like Germany that are certainly able to store their own wealth.

7. There will be an acceleration in the trend of utilization of other currencies than the dollar for contracting internationally regarding goods, service, oil and minerals.

8. I do not agree that we are at the doorstep now of major changes in the international monetary system. That comes in June of 2015.

9. I am certain that we are on the immediate threshold of the monster kick of the financial can down the road that is a dead end.

10. I believe China and the US Fed will assist in that great last can kick that backfires.

11. I am certain that I am in the right business and that business is the identification and accumulation of gold as gold is the ultimate survivor of what is about to happen.

12. I am certain the gold industry is mad as a Danbury hatter in selling their product the moment they produce it.

13. I am certain the gold and silver industry is in a transition back to the dividend producers they once were.

14. I am certain that the volatility in gold, silver and equities we have already seen is nothing compared to what is about to happen.

15. The last man standing among asset categories as the new monetary system is introduced sometime post June of 2015 will be gold and gold alone.

02/25/2012  11:42AM

Mike, I'm Ron Pacholec. HEre's my email address. I'll send all my contact info to your email address.

 By Michael Miller

02/24/2012  2:16PM

Continuing on with the private placement concept for investors to profit and the company profit…

The rich history of operating the Sixteen to One mine is scattered throughout this website. An ongoing goal is to expand the readership, especially to people or companies thinking about buying a gold opportunity. Smart investors are on the prowl for finding ways to place money whereby the rewards make the risk advisable. I have yet to find a stock offering where the upside potential measured with the flat out downside probability is more favorable than OAU (the symbol when the company was listed on the now defunct Pacific Stock Exchange in San Francisco). Its history of trades was managed by a very competent market maker.

No one may ever know the outcome of my beliefs for OAU unless someone steps forward with an investment. It is against history that our small crew will mine a pocket of gold and finance the operation AS IT SHOULD BE OPERATING. We have data to approximate gold production, not by projecting reserves of some qualifying definitions. Few underground (if any) California gold mines can create actual gold reserves of economic substance. There are other ways to determine risk/reward: costs verse production, time and recovery of initial outlay.

The current price or whether spot increases or decreases are a very modest factor in analyzing Original Sixteen to One Mine, Inc. The only negative against our operation is the lack of working capital to run the company in a proper business-like fashion. We know how to do it even though our Canadian friends start the game with a five touchdown lead. I think Americans of large financial wealth don’t give a rat’s ass about gold. This is nothing new. I recently found my old files from 1975 to 1985. They support this opinion. Americans have the universal currency and cyclical trends whereby markets can be exploited for gain. Wealthy Americans are very smart and I am betting that these are the folks who will benefit from aligning themselves with one of the world’s great gold mines. The problem? How do they find us!

REAP. Send me your email address or other mailing address. Someone will find the solution as I have found the solution how to mine gold profitable and get it to owners in the most favorable way. Oh, I almost forgot. Technology, which we call metal detection, awaits. It has stood still for over a decade for our industry. Look what technology has done for oil. Predictions in the 1970’s were the world would run out by 2000. Now global reserves are greater than they were forty years ago. California has a lot of gold remaining underground.

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