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Weekly Market Report - 9/22/14

Some links to recent informative articles on precious metals and rare coins:

Why Goldman Sachs is Wrong on Gold

Gold imports soar 176% in India

 

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
Silver
Rare Coin Update
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

The bears continue to maintain control of the Gold market. Gold was able to rally up $12 early last week, reaching $1,243 per ounce last Tuesday. However, professional short sellers came in later in the week driving down the Gold price to $1,214 per ounce. On Friday, Gold closed at $1,216.60 per ounce, down $14.90 for the week. As the Gold price moved lower during the week, the trading volume increased every day. By Friday the CME trading volume for the December hundred-ounce contract had reached a weekly high of 173,498 contracts, and that was on a Friday, normally the lowest trading volume day of the week. Why is trading volume important? I believe that the Gold price is getting ready to turn higher by month’s end, and will do it on record trading volume.

Gold’s long term support level is $1,200 per ounce, and I give Gold a 75% chance of testing that level by September 30th. Trading at the world’s commodity exchanges suggests that we will soon see the Gold price clean out, making a major turn higher. Twice last year Gold broke below the $1,200 long term support level, reaching a low of $1,180. Both times, Gold bottomed out on each trading day with exceptionally high trading volumes, then quickly rallied higher. The first time this happened was on June 28, 2013 and Gold quickly rallied $254 (21 ½ %) in only two months. The second time was December 31, 2013 when Gold had reached $1,393 per ounce in only 2 ½ months with an 18% increase in price.

My point is the following; yes, Gold is the favorite to reach the $1,200 per ounce support level, but recent history has shown that a correction below $1,200 per ounce will happen very fast and on exceptionally high trading volume. Therefore, if Gold gets near the $1,200 per ounce level, don’t wait to add to your holdings. With the strength of the Dollar versus the Euro, I would recommend purchasing the Pre-1934 European Gold. A strong U.S. Dollar has caused the premiums over spot Gold to drop to recent lows on the British Gold Sovereigns, 20 Franc French Roosters and Angels, and Swiss Gold Helvetias. Right now, the good news is that you can benefit from a low Gold price combined with a very low premium. The current price is less than for the comparable U.S. Gold bullion coins like the Eagles or Buffalos.

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SILVER

The weakness in the Gold price really caused heavy selling in the world’s Silver markets. Silver dropped 4.27% last week, closing at $17.84 per ounce, down $0.76 per ounce for the week. At one point during trading last week Silver hit $17.78 per ounce; a four year low. Last Friday’s trading volume on the CME December 5,000-ounce contract reached 66,510 contracts; the highest I have seen in the past three months. The Silver/Gold ratio is an amazing 68.18-to-1.

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Rare Coin Update

As we move out of the summer months and into fall, the trading activity on the U.S. rare coin exchanges has been picking up. There is still a serious lack of low population PCGS/NGC high grade Gold and Silver rare coins, but the amount of bids for these rarities is increasing. The bulk of the demand is in PCGS/NGC certified $20 Gold Saint Gaudens and Liberties, plus Morgan & Peace dollars. Because of the lower Gold price the premium on low grade (AU to MS63) generic $20 Gold coins has dropped.

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 45%, Silver 50%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE DAILY MARKET UPDATE

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the gold, silver, and rare coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday to Friday at Daily Market Update

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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Weekly Market Report - 9/15/14

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
Silver
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

Gold decreased all five trading days last week, dropping below the important $1,250 per ounce support level; making trading a bit strange. I saw very light technical trader selling coming in to short the market. Normally, after a serious break of an important support level the margin call selling, combined with professional short sales, will drive the price down 15% to 20% quickly. However, the selling was coming out of Europe and the U.S., and I saw sizeable bargain buying coming from Asia. The long term support level for Gold is $1,200 per ounce and I give it a 50/50 chance of testing that level within the coming weeks.

Based on recent trading increases in physical Gold trading and exchange volumes, the timing suggests that we will soon see the Gold price clean out, making a major turn higher. Last year Gold broke below the $1,200 long term support level, reaching a low of $1,180 per ounce twice. Both times, Gold bottomed out that day with exceptionally high trading volumes and quickly rallied higher. The first time this happened was on June 28, 2013 and Gold quickly rallied $254 (21 ½ %) in only two months. The second time was December 31, 2013 and Gold reached $1,393 per ounce in 2 ½ months with an 18% increase.

My point is the following: yes, Gold could reach the $1,200 per ounce support level, but recent history has shown that a correction below $1,200 per ounce will happen very fast and on exceptionally high trading volume. Therefore, if Gold gets near the $1,200 per ounce level, don’t wait to add to your holdings. With the strength of the Dollar versus the Euro, I would recommend purchasing the Pre-1934 European Gold. A strong U.S. Dollar has caused the premium over spot Gold to drop to recent lows on the British Gold Sovereigns, 20 Franc French Roosters and Angels, and Swiss Gold Helvetia. Right now, the good news is that you benefit from a low Gold price combined with a very low premium; prices on these Pre-1934 European Gold coins are now less than comparable U.S. Gold bullion Eagles or Buffalos.

We are moving out of the summer months and heading into the fall period where traditionally the Gold demand increases. Gold jewelry manufacturers should start to acquire Gold bullion to create new designs very soon for the coming holiday season. Asian Gold jewelry demand is expected to increase over the record 2013 levels.

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SILVER

Silver broke down below the $19 per ounce support level last Monday, then made new 2014 lows on Thursday and Friday, closing the week at $18.60 per ounce. Silver dropped $0.55 per ounce last week on heavy trading.

As I mentioned above, like Gold, when the price of Silver bottoms out and turns higher it will move quickly. Back on June 28, 2013, Silver hit $18.17 and then rallied $1.50 per ounce in just two days, ultimately reaching $25.12 (38% increase) in less than two months. Watch for the final clean out when Silver makes new 2014 lows and then rallies sharply on heavy volume. At the current level, Silver is an extraordinary bargain and a great long term value play.

The Silver/Gold ratio is currently at 66.19-to-1.

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 45%, Silver 50%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE DAILY MARKET UPDATE

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the gold, silver, and rare coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday to Friday at Daily Market Update

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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Weekly Market Report - 9/8/14

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
Silver
Rare Coin Market Update
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

The European Central Bank took a very aggressive stance last week to improve the worsening economic slump in the Eurozone countries. Last week’s stimulus announcement was an asset backed bond purchasing program along with a lowering of their key deposit and refinance interest rates. This action was more aggressive than most economists had expected. The result of this announcement was a sharp rally for the U.S. Dollar versus the Euro. The Dollar has increased almost 3% (to $1.29) against the Euro, a multi-year high. We value precious metals in dollars, and a strong U.S. currency is negative for Gold, which is priced in Dollars. The Gold price dropped to a low of $1,257 per ounce before rallying back.

Gold closed last Friday at $1,265.80 per ounce, down $21.60 per ounce for the week. Last week was filled with bad news for Gold, hitting support at $1,257 and rallying back on excellent volume.

Last week’s negative news:

  1. Goldman Sachs restates their opinion that Gold will hit $1,050 per ounce this year
  2. Lessening hostilities between the Russians and Ukrainians
  3. A cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas after 50 days of warfare
  4. The U.S. Dollar reaches a multi-year high versus the Euro (see above)

In spite of the above negative news Gold tested the $1,250 support level, reaching a low of $1,257 per ounce on Friday, and rallying back on heavy volume. $1,250 per ounce is a short term support level and we are seeing another attempt to drive the price down to that level today.

We are moving out of the summer months and heading into the fall period where traditionally the Gold demand increases. Gold jewelry manufacturers start acquiring Gold bullion to create new designs for the coming holiday season. Asian Gold jewelry demand is expected to increase over the record 2013 levels.

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SILVER

Last week Silver reached its major support level of $19 per ounce on Thursday, before rallying back to close the week at $19.15 per ounce, down $0.25 per ounce for the week. A combination of a weak Gold price and a strong U.S. Dollar has put the Silver price on the defensive. Silver continues to find bargain buyers between the $19 and $19.50 per ounce level.

The Silver/Gold ratio is currently at 66.09 to 1.

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Rare Coin Market Update

Last week I was in Long Beach, California for the Long Beach Coin Expo. This rare coin convention was well attended by thousands of rare coin collectors, investors, and dealers. Demand for high quality PCGS/NGC certified rare coins was very strong. Most of the dealers focused their attention on low population Gold and Silver rarities to fill their clients want lists.

I was able to make a number of new purchases of some better date PCGS and NGC Certified Morgan and Peace Dollars, as well as a few rare Gold Saint Gaudens and Liberties. We will be contacting our clients this week with some special offers.

At the Long Beach Coin Expo the A&A Set of Gold Saint Gaudens was on display for the attendees. This complete set of $20 Gold Saint Gaudens, dated from 1907 to 1932, is one of the finest collections ever assembled. I am proud to say that this rare PCGS $20 Gold collection is owned by one of my clients, and I had the pleasure of helping him build this set.

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 45%, Silver 50%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE DAILY MARKET UPDATE

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the gold, silver, and rare coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday to Friday at Daily Market Update

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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Weekly Market Report - 8/25/14

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
Silver
Rare Coin Market Update
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

Gold has traded in a narrow $40 per ounce price range both above and below the $1,300 per ounce level since the beginning of this month. Gold closed on Friday at $1,280.20 per ounce, down $2.60, during the sixteenth trading day of August. Given the geopolitical crises and military activity around the globe, this is disappointing. However, the strength of the U.S. Dollar in the foreign exchange markets, combined with global demand for physical Gold (which has dropped from 2013 levels) and the high possibility of a recession in Europe, has resulted in investors selling Gold when it reached the $1,325 per ounce resistance level.

From the beginning of the year Gold has actively traded at both above and below the $1,300 per ounce level; never breaking below $1,200 nor above $1,400 per ounce. This is surprising because in past years Gold has shown much more price volatility. While I continue to believe that Gold will close the year near the high end of the trading range, I think 2014 will go down as the year Gold consolidated its price (built a base) before hitting new highs in the years following.

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SILVER

Silver continues to test its recent low of $19.29 per ounce. Regardless of Gold’s recent drop, it finds bargain buying and then quickly rallies up $0.10 to $0.20 per ounce. Silver’s major support price is $19.00 per ounce, while the resistance level remains at $20.00 per ounce. Any break above or below these levels will provide the short term direction of the market.

The Silver/Gold ratio has moved higher and is currently at 66.04 to 1.

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Rare Coin Market Update

Next week I head to Long Beach, California to the Long Beach Coin Expo. This rare coin convention should be well attended and I am hoping to fill our clients’ rare coin want lists. As the high end certified investment quality rare coin market soars, I am seeing increasing demand from our clients for the CoinStats recommended Gold and Silver coins.

For the past year I have been reporting from major coin conventions that demand for investment quality Gold and Silver U.S. rare coins has continued to grow, while most dealer’s inventories were at very low levels. These fundamentals were an outstanding harbinger of much higher prices coming very soon. Many of the dealers who attend these conventions have reported raising both their asking and bid prices for many of their Gold and Silver rarities.

If you haven’t already sent in your rare coin want list to David or myself, please email me your list of coins needed.

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 45%, Silver 50%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE DAILY MARKET UPDATE

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the gold, silver, and rare coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday to Friday at Daily Market Update

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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Weekly Market Report - 8/11/14

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
Silver
Rare Coin Market Update
The Kennedy Gold Coin becomes a Numismatic Disaster
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

The negative effects on the Gold price of a strong U.S. Dollar in the world’s foreign exchange markets is being offset by the geopolitical and military actions currently occurring around the world. The Russian build-up of troops at Ukraine's western border, Isis’ military activity and the U.S. air-strikes in Northern Iraq, the hostilities in Israel, Libya and Syria have all increased the demand for the ultimate safe haven, GOLD. The bulls won the $1,300 per ounce support/resistance level fight last week, with Gold closing at $1,311 per ounce on Friday, up $16 per ounce. I believe that the current price of Gold offers an excellent opportunity for acquiring more.

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SILVER

Last week Silver traded above $20 per ounce all five days, reaching a high of $20.58, but could not close above the important $20 per ounce support/resistance level. Silver closed at $19.94 per ounce last Friday, down $0.43 per ounce for the week. I am very disappointed with last week’s Silver price activity given the recent strength in Gold.

The Silver/Gold ratio has moved higher, and is currently at 65.56 to one.

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Rare Coin Market Update

I was in Chicago last week to attend the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money. This is the largest rare coin convention of the year. Many of the coin dealers attending this convention had a serious lack of high grade certified Gold and Silver rare coins. Most of the dealer demand was focused on true Gold and Silver U.S. rarities with NGC or PCGS populations under 20 and valued at over $25,000.

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The Kennedy Gold Coin becomes a Numismatic Disaster

On August 5th at 12pm (noon EST) the U.S. Mint started selling a 3/4oz Kennedy .999 Gold Half Dollar to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 John F. Kennedy Half Dollar. The U.S. Mint had already manufactured 40,000 coins and was going to sell them to the public in Chicago, Denver Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. The original plan was for the U.S. Mint to offer 1 coin per buyer at the four locations with immediate delivery, and sell 500 Gold coins for five consecutive days. On the Mint’s website they were offering five coins per family and with no guaranteed delivery date. To see the entire story of what happened in Chicago and why I believe the Kennedy Gold Coin will become a Numismatic Disaster, click on the following link

http://www.mintstategold.com/investor-education/kennedy_2014_gold_coin/

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 50%, Silver 45%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE BLOG

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the Gold, Silver, and Rare Coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday through Friday at www.stupplerblog.com

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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Weekly Market Report - 8/4/14

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
Silver
Rare Coin Market Update
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

The fight between the Gold bulls and bears continued last week. The field for this battle was above and below the $1,300 per ounce price level. Last Wednesday in late trading Gold broke below the $1,300 level and closed at $1,296.90 per ounce. The next day technical traders and professional commodity traders sold Gold at the opening of trading, driving the price down $14.10, and Gold closed at $1,282.80. On Friday, Gold rallied $12 on profit taking and bargain buying, closing the week at $1,294.80 per ounce, down $8.50 on the week. $1,294 is the 50-day moving average; $1,285 is a short term support level, while $1,250 is the long term support level. I am hoping that the bulls will regain control of the Gold market this week, taking Gold back above the important $1,300 per ounce level.

I am really having a difficult time understanding why Gold has declined, considering what is happening around the world. The ongoing wars in Israel and Ukraine and the geopolitical problems in Iraq, Libya, and Syria, under normal conditions, would drive up the price of Gold. I believe last week’s $8.50 decline in the Gold price is a temporary setback caused by a strong U.S. Dollar, and a major seller in the Gold market who has sold over $5 billion worth on Gold on the exchange in the past two weeks. I believe, the current price of Gold offers an excellent opportunity to acquire more.

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SILVER

Last week Silver traded from $20.25 to $20.85 per ounce, closing on Friday at $20.37, down $0.27 per ounce. After moving from $18.85, on June 2nd to $21.63 on July 10th, Silver has retracted half the increase by trading down to $20.37 per ounce. $20 per ounce is a very important long term support level, and I would expect to see that level tested this week.

The Silver/Gold ratio has moved lower, and is currently at 63.56 to one.

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Rare Coin Market Update

This week I am in Chicago attending the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money. This is the largest rare coin convention of the year. This convention is just starting, but the lack of fresh investment quality certified Gold and Silver rare coins is very apparent. I expect to see thousands of rare coin collectors, investors, and dealers in attending the convention. I am hoping to fill our clients’ rare coin want lists.

For the past few years I have been reporting from major coin conventions that demand for investment quality Gold and Silver U.S. rare coins has continued to grow. Many rare coin dealers are reporting that their inventories are at very low levels. At recent major conventions I have seen tremendous demand both at the auctions and on the dealer trading floor where the prices have been driven up on many of the CoinStats recommended Gold and Silver rare coins. Many of the dealers who attend these conventions have reported needing to raise both their asking and bid prices for many of their Gold and Silver rarities.

I want to thank my clients who have updated their want lists. If you haven’t already sent your rare coin want list to me or David, please email one of us your list of rare coins needed.

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 50%, Silver 45%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE DAILY MARKET UPDATE

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the gold, silver, and rare coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday to Friday at Daily Market Update

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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Weekly Market Report - 7/28/14

This Week’s Headlines:

Gold
China, is the Renminbi going to be backed by Gold?
Silver
Rare Coin Market Report
Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification

GOLD

Gold spent last week fighting to stay above the $1,300 per ounce support level. It started the week well, holding above $1,300 until Thursday when an individual, corporation, or country sold a large quantity of 100 ounce Gold futures contracts as the U.S. commodity markets opened. This is the third time that a large amount of Gold contracts has been sold in the last two weeks. These sales are valued at over $5 billion worth of Gold, and still Gold keeps rallying back to above $1,300 per ounce based on ongoing geopolitical fears. Gold ended the week at $1,303.30, down $6.10 for the week.

The shooting down of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over the Ukraine last week and the crisis that followed combined with the Israeli army’s move into the Gaza Strip continued to heighten geopolitical concerns worldwide. If these crises continue to worsen, it will drive more demand to the ultimate safe haven investment, Gold.

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China, is the Renminbi going to be backed by Gold?

Two very insightful and thought provoking articles on China and their Gold holdings were released last week. The first was written by Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst from Casey Research, called “The TRUTH about China’s Massive Gold Hoard”. The second article was written by Kwasi Kwarteng and printed in the New York Times Opinion Section, that article was called “A Chinese Gold Standard?” Both of these articles are a great follow-up to my Gold book that was released in March 2014. In my Gold book I provided information on the Chinese Government’s increasing demand for Gold. Please take a few minutes and read these two articles. I have provided direct links below…

http://www.mintstateGold.com/investor-education/cat/news/post/truthchinaGold/

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/25/opinion/a-chinese-gold-standard-renminbi.html

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SILVER

Last week Silver traded from $20.35 to $21.17 per ounce, closing on Friday at $20.63, down $0.25 per ounce. Disappointingly, trading volume is considered light, which is normal for a summer month. Silver spent most of the last week trying to stay above the $21 per ounce level and failed.

If Silver can stay above $20 per ounce, it remains long term bullish, but it needs to move above $21 per ounce to regain its short term momentum.

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Rare Coin Market Report

I head to Chicago, Illinois this Friday for the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money. This is the largest rare coin convention of the year. This convention will be very busy with thousands of rare coin collectors, investors, and dealers in attendance. I am hoping to fill our clients’ rare coin want lists. As the certified investment quality rare coin market soars, I am seeing increasing demand from our clients for the CoinStats recommended Gold and Silver coins.

For the past few years I have been reporting from major coin conventions that demand for investment quality Gold and Silver U.S. rare coins has continued to grow. Many rare coin dealers are reporting that their inventories are at very low levels. At recent major conventions I have seen tremendous demand both at the auctions and on the dealer trading floor where the prices have been driven up on many of the CoinStats recommended Gold and Silver rare coins. Many of the dealers who attend these conventions have reported needing to raise both their asking and bid prices for many of their Gold and Silver rarities.

I want to thank my clients who have updated their want lists. If you haven’t already sent your rare coin want list to me or David, please email one of us your list of rare coins needed.

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Recommended Investment Commitment and Diversification:

Precious Metal commitment: Minimum of 40% of investment capital

Diversification:  Gold 50%, Silver 45%, Platinum & Palladium 5%

Diversification includes 50% in long term investment quality rare coins and 50% short term bullion products

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REMEMBER THE DAILY MARKET UPDATE

If you want to be updated on what is happening in the gold, silver, and rare coin markets any weekday, our company offers a daily blog Monday to Friday at Daily Market Update

 

All statements, opinions, pricing, and ideas herein are believed to be reliable, truthful and accurate to the best of the Stuppler & Company’s knowledge at this time.  Stuppler & Company disclaims and is not liable for any claims or losses which may be incurred by third parties while relying on information published herein.  Individuals should not look at this publication as giving finance or investment advice or information for their individual suitability.  All readers are advised to independently verify all representations made herein or by its representatives for your individual suitability before making your investment or collecting decisions.

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