ProtoKinetix Inc Purchases Patents From INSA For 25,000 Euros

April 8th, 2015

MoleculesProtoKinetix Inc. (OTCMKTS:PKTX), a Nevada corporation entered into an Assignment of Patents and Patent Application between the ProtoKinetix and Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen (“INSA”) for the assignment of certain patents and all rights associated therewith. Read more…

Material Events

4 Reasons Why Everyone Should Have Gold In Their IRA

April 7th, 2015

gold-backed-iraJeff Clark:  “Gold is one of the dumbest things to put in your IRA,” said the slick TV commentator, with his $200 haircut, perfect white teeth, and superior attitude. “Everyone knows income-producing vehicles are best for an IRA.” Read more…

Gold, Investing

CollabRx Inc (NASDAQ:CLRX) VP of Business Development Set To Resign

April 7th, 2015

CollabRx IncGavin Gordon, MBA, PhD, notified CollabRx Inc (NASDAQ:CLRX), that he will resign from his position of Vice President Business Development and Strategic Alliances effective April 24, 2015. Read more…

Material Events

Silver Projection From Crude Oil and T-Bonds

April 7th, 2015

Silver:  Crude Oil is the world’s most important commodity as measured by dollar volume and wars fought to control it.

T-bonds are debt in the world’s reserve currency – the US dollar.  The market is huge and important.

What do crude oil and T-bonds say about the silver market? Read more…

Bonds, Crude Oil, Investing, Markets, Silver

Six Junior Gold Miners Ready To Outperform In 2nd Quarter

April 7th, 2015

Gold Mining tunnelJeb Handwerger:  For weeks I have been telling subscribers that I have been waiting for a bullish reversal on volume to enter the precious metals market. That time may have come on March 18th when Read more…

ETF, Gold, Investing, Mining / Drilling, Precious Metals, Stocks

Gold And Silver Price: Expect Volatility On Wednesday April 9th

April 7th, 2015

Brazil, Minas Gerais state, Ouro Preto, gold nugget from a mine (Gold Route, Estrada Real):  In this article, we summarize which events in the week ahead could impact the gold price and silver price. At the bottom of the article we explain that these events are generaly no fundamental drivers, but mostly the result of trading in COMEX futures. Read more…

Banking, Gold, Investing, Markets, Precious Metals, Silver, Today's Top News

Russia Nervously Eyes the U.S.-Iran Deal

April 7th, 2015

Flag USA IranReva Bhalla:  When a group of weary diplomats announced a framework for an Iranian nuclear accord last week in Lausanne, there was one diplomat in the mix whose feigned enthusiasm was hard to miss. Read more…

Defense, Europe, Government, Natural Gas, Oil Wars, Russia, World News

How Will (Rigged) Markets React To QE Failure?

April 7th, 2015

Global MarketsAndrew Hoffman:  During the 1970s and 80s, the New York Post, despite its long, storied history, had devolved into a laughingstock tabloid – barely differentiated from the National Enquirer. Over the years, it gradually clawed its way to respectability against entrenched competitors like the Daily News and Newsday  Read more…

Banking, Currency Wars, Economy, Federal Reserve, Government, Inflation/Deflation, Markets, Stocks

Biotech: You Can’t Have New Technology Without Critics

April 7th, 2015

Biotech:  The same Department of Defense agency best known for developing stealth airplanes, laser-guided bombs, and the Internet, is now turning its attention to synthetic biology. Read more…

Biotech, Government, Markets, Technology

Recession Confirmed: “Even The Bureau of Labor Statistics Has Run Out Of Bullsh*t”

April 7th, 2015

Economy recessionJames Quinn:  It sure is lucky those Ivy League educated economists at those Wall Street criminal banks are paid millions per year. How else could we get such accurate forecasts about job growth in the U.S. These mental midgets predicted 245,000 new Obama jobs (bartenders, waitresses, house cleaners, clerks, fry cooks) in March. Even the BLS has run out of bullshit and lies. Read more…

Economy, Government, News Of The Weird, Today's Top News

The EMP Threat: “Commerce Would Be Brought To A Standstill”

April 7th, 2015

super emp north koreaMichael Snyder:  Our entire way of life can be ended in a single day.  And it wouldn’t even take a nuclear war to do it.  All it would take for a rogue nation or terror organization to bring us to our knees is the explosion of a couple well-placed nuclear devices high up in our atmosphere.  The resulting electromagnetic pulses would fry electronics from coast to coast.  Read more…

Economy, Energy, Government, News Of The Weird, Technology, Today's Top News, World News

When Will Bad News Cease to be Good News for Stocks?

April 7th, 2015

Stock Market:  It is quite amazing to watch this. Even as one economic datum after another indicates that a major slowdown is underway that could well turn into a recession (keep in mind that this is not a certainty – at similar junctures in recent years, aggregate economic data recovered just in the nick of time), the US stock market continues to take everything in stride.

Read more…

Banking, Economy, Markets, Stocks

Rick Mills: These Four Exploration and Development Companies Will Thrive In The Tough Times Ahead

April 7th, 2015

Mining and ExplorationKevin Michael Grace:  The four-year-long bear market in metals stocks has resulted in an historic opportunity for investors, says Rick Mills, the owner and host of Ahead of the Herd. In this interview with Read more…

Gold, Investing, Markets, Mining / Drilling, Precious Metals, Silver, Stocks

Thoughts On The Price Of Gold

April 6th, 2015

Gold BarsKoos Jansen:  Withdrawals from the Shanghai Gold exchange (SGE), which equal Chinese wholesale gold demand, in week 12 (March 23 – 27) accounted for 46 tonnes, down 14.5 % w/w. Year to date total withdrawals have reached 607 tonnes, up 9 % from 2014, up 33 % from 2013. Read more…

China, Gold, Investing, Markets, World News

Renewed demand for dollar funding in the Eurozone

April 6th, 2015

Currency Dollar and EuroWalter Kurtz:  In 2011, as the sovereign debt crisis engulfed the Eurozone, the EUR/USD swap basis was deep in the negative territory (see 2011 post). It was caused to a large extent by US money market funds who refused to roll dollar-denominated commercial paper issued by European banks. Read more…

Bonds, Currency, Currency Wars, Europe, Markets

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