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March 8, 2011 / Hal (GT)

Gold and Silver still shining.

Yes, I was tracking today and I know that they look pretty much like a wash with some interesting spikes but when I look at the over all picture for the last week both gold and silver are still shining in my eyes.

Right not Exact Price is reporting gold at $1,429.50 and silver at $36.06. Silver is clearly the winner again today.

Here are a collection of links to chew on:

One Way to Reduce the Deficit: Do Away with the Dollar Bill <- as if this will work. I think overall it’s just the gov blowing smoke.

Welfare State: Handouts Make Up One-Third of U.S. Wages <- I’m shocked. Shocked, I say.

Sprott says silver will keep outshining gold

You won’t sell gold but spend it, Turk tells King World News

25 Bizarre Examples That Show That The U.S. Government Is Absolutely Brimming With Idiots, Incompetents And Incredibly Corrupt Politicians <- another reason we won’t see the gov going to $1 coins.

Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts – Great source of info on a regular basis.

Record Budget Deficits, Pensions Coming Due – Another great source of info and insight.

Via Email – on Gold and Silver and banking. This is longish but I found it to be a worthy read.

4 Hour Gold Chart – Trader Dan gives great analysis.

Lear Capital: China Hints at Purpose for Gold Accumulation – Some good stuff for David Engstrom to chew upon.

Gold not even close to being overvalued yet – Doug Casey

Hanoi gold shops stop dealing in dollars <- you don’t say?! Hmmm..

Until next time. What will they do tomorrow? I haven’t a clue. But I’ll be watching.


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