Norway’s Central Bank Files For Confidential Treatment of its US Equity Holdings

Norwegian Central Bank Files to Have 2nd Quarter 2016 U.S. Equity Positions Not Disclosed to the Public Norwegian Central Bank Files Unredacted 2nd Quarter 2015 U.S. Equity Postions with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Norwegian Central Bank discloses nearly $1 Billion in US Gold and Silver Mining Shares, including a $400+ million position Read More →

Second Quarter 2016 Royal Canadian Mint Silver Sales Rise 24%

The Royal Canadian Mint Sold 8,400,000 Ounces of Silver in the Second Quarter of 2016. Second quarter 2016 Canadian Mint silver sales rose 24% year over year in Q2 2016 from 6,800,000 ounces sold in the same quarter in 2015 First quarter 2016 Canadian Mint silver sales rose 19.3% year over year in Q1 2016 Read More →

Fed Yack Attacks Support the Dollar

Yesterday, I spoke with Jason Burack of Wall Street For Main Street. We discussed a variety of topics. Below are links that may shed some light on the topics discussed. Please have a listen and check out the links. Check out all the Smaulgld podcasts here. Please consider making a small donation to Smaulgld.com. Thanks! Read More →

[Insert The Cartel, Central Banks, The Powers That Be] are Losing Control- ICYMI – Week Ended August 20, 2016

Central Banks Continue To Dominate Markets. Another Fed Interest Rate Yack Attack in Full Effect. In Case You Missed It. Top Gold And Silver Stories from the week ended August 20, 2016. The top stories of the week – the revival of rate hike talk. Click here to see the Smaulgld commentary video to this Read More →

Schmita Delayed… Again? – In Case You Missed it – Week Ended August 13, 2016

Schimita Delayed… Again? No COMEX Default or Stock Market Crash, Yet – Coming Soon? In Case You Missed It. Top Gold And Silver Stories from the week ended August 13, 2016. The top economic story of the week was another round of “unexpected” poor economic data. Click here to see the Smaulgld commentary video to Read More →

Central Bank Intervention Drives ALL Stocks Higher – In Case You Missed it – Week Ended August 6, 2016

Central Bank Policies and Intervention Drives Stocks to All Time Highs Dow, S & P, and Nasdaq hit all time highs, while gold and silver mining shares also soar. In Case You Missed It. Top Gold And Silver Stories from the week ended August 6, 2016. The top stories of the week Click here to Read More →

The Swiss National Bank’s $1 Billion Gold and Silver Mining Share Portfolio

The Swiss National Bank Holds About $1 Billion in Gold and Silver Mining Shares. Swiss National Bank Gold Mining Holdings include Gold Giants Newmont Mining and Goldcorp. Swiss National Bank Silver Mining Holdings include Silver Wheaton and First Majestic. Swiss National Bank Precious Metals Mining Shares Valued at Approximately $1 Billion. Check out all the Read More →

Swiss Gold Exports to the US Skyrocket- WW III Coming? Comex Collapse Imminent?

Increase in Swiss Gold Exports to the United States Puts Hype Machine into Overdrive. Just 20 Tons of Gold Sent From Switzerland to United States in June Spawns Improbable Tales The Latest in Precious Metals Hype and Click Bait Some commentators and analysts have noted the massive increase in gold imports* to the United States Read More →

American Silver Eagle Sales Plummet 75% in July as Silver Price Soars

U.S. Mint July 2016 American Silver Eagle Sales Report. Sales of American Silver Eagles in July Plummet 75% From 5,529,000 sold in July 2015 to 1,370,000 sold in July 2016 July’s ASE sales lowest since December 2013 sales of 1,200,000 Year to Date American Silver Eagle Coin Sales at 27,620,500 in 2016. Through July 2016, Read More →

Sharp Gold Price Increase Belies Dramatic Decline in Asian Gold Demand – In Case You Missed it – Week Ended July 30, 2016

The Price of Gold Continues to Rise as Asian Gold Demand Falters In Case You Missed It. Top Gold And Silver Stories from the week ended July 30, 2016. The top stories of the week involved Hillary Clinton and her nomination for President, the first woman ever so nominated, amid boos and jeers of lock Read More →