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January 31, 2011 / Hal (GT)

Gold this week opens down.

Well, following the up tick in gold on last Friday, gold is tracking down today but not by much. It’s about $7 dollars off the close.

I have to say that the most interesting thing going on right now is the uprising in in the Arab nations. Egypt in particular. To be sure this area is always a hotbed but the dynamic this time is different I believe because those uprising are educated and literate. I pray that true freedom comes out of it but there are so many variables and powers, seen and unseen, that are in play that the outcome is unknownable.

Does this affect gold and silver? Absolutely. It affects economies and debts. Things already out of kilter. Keep your eye on gold. If you are in debt, GET OUT!

Okay. All that said here are some things I think worth reading, listening too, and viewing today.

Weekly Metals Wrap from KingWorldNews with Bill Haynes and Dan Norcini. – Listen. Good stuff.

Speaking of Egypt, check out Lori Ann Larocco’s interview ‘Mid-East Middleman’ on The Egypt Crisis and What It Means for Business

More on this topic and a must read (ht to Ed Steer): Brzezinski’s Feared “Global Awakening” Has Arrived

Without broadband, the Internet in Egypt – This really troubles me, I don’t know about you.

Speaking of Ed Steer’s Daily, he has a great list of items and insights too: Money’s Not Worth The Paper It’s Printed On

Yet another new China gold production record in 2010 – Are you surprised? I’m not.

Who is Draining GLD? – Well worth the read.

Jim Grant: “The Fed Is Now In The Business Of Manipulating The Stock Market…Should Confess It Has Sinned Grievously”

Jim Rickards – Fourth Alternative Now to a Dollar Collapse

Eric Sprott – Expect $50 Silver, Gold Possibly $2,150 by Spring

KingWorldNews interview with Michael Pento is worth listening to also.



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  1. loriannlarocco / Feb 1 2011 2:43 am

    Thanks for the shoutout! Glad you enjoyed my column today 🙂 So true about your debt comments

    • goldtracker / Feb 1 2011 5:12 pm

      Thanks Lori Ann. I most always find your columns very informative and insightful. The people you interview are a wealth of wisdom and life experiences in the business world.

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