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Royal Gold Inc (RGLD)

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mick mick 3 years ago
YES Royal Gold Inc (RGLD)
94.81 ? -0.22 (-0.23%)
Volume: 716,883 @10/04/21 6:23:24 PM EDT
Bid Ask Day's Range
92.0 113.59 94.14 - 96.38
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Lowjack Lowjack 3 years ago
Acting like Mar. 2020!
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Clairew Clairew 4 years ago
Congratulations on your gold purchase! I know that my friend often buys gold and silver jewelry, which she can always sell more profitably, but it takes a little time. I think that if you contact a local dealer, he will be able to help you at any time. Several times I got into a situation where I urgently needed money and my friend was selling her gold to lend me money. As far as I understand, these guys aren't asking for too high a percentage.
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mick mick 4 years ago
Royal Gold Inc (RGLD)
107.5 ? -2.1 (-1.92%)
Volume: 635,988 @11/24/20 7:35:01 PM EST
Bid Ask Day's Range
106.0 115.6 106.11 - 110.12
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fivexshot fivexshot 4 years ago
https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3103197/why-us-dollar-only-going-fall-faster-and-harder

Gather ye GOLDbuds, whilst ye may.
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mick mick 4 years ago
Royal Gold Inc (RGLD)
118.08 ? -1.45 (-1.21%)
Volume: 325,706 @09/25/20 4:32:58 PM EDT
Bid Ask Day's Range
116.5 133.48 116.97 - 118.98
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mick mick 4 years ago
Royal Gold Inc (RGLD)
119.53 ? 3.62 (3.12%)
Volume: 419,770 @09/24/20 5:50:23 PM EDT
Bid Ask Day's Range
111.12 130.0 114.5 - 120.81
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NYBob NYBob 5 years ago
Bank Gold Price Manipulation Continues -
Craig Hemke

October 4, 2019
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You didn't actually think that a couple of indictments were going to change things, did you? By now you must understand that The Banks will continue to manage and rig prices until the time comes that it is no longer profitable for them to do so.

In case you need a summary of recent events, please take time to review these three links:

• https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/20/another-ex-jp-morg...

• https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/justice-depar...

• https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/abject-corruptio...

What was once dismissed as "conspiracy theory" is instead becoming widely understood as "historical fact." Yes, the market-making Bullion Banks seek to manage price for their benefit, and yes, gold price management dates back to the 1950s. However—and despite the recent indictments—these illegal schemes continue to this day.

Case in point? Last week.

As you know, the price of COMEX Digital Gold has rallied from a low of $1280 on May 28 to a high of $1565 on September 4. Why? As global economies slowed, global central banks began to reverse policies and head toward lower/negative rates and renewed quantitative easing. This reality created a surge of demand for gold in all its forms, one of which is futures contracts on the COMEX.

As of May 30, the total amount of gold futures contracts on COMEX (total open interest) was just 443,231 for 44,323,100 ounces of "digital gold." By now you should be familiar with The Bullion Bank strategy of increasing the total float (supply) of contracts in order to meet increasing demand in a rising market. If you don't understand this dirty trick, then please take time to read this seminal piece from 2017: https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/8252/econ-101-silver-market-manipulation

Thus, it should be no surprise that by the time price peaked at $1565 on September 4, total contract supply also peaked at 643,563 or 64,356,500 digital ounces. This is an increase of slightly more than 200,000 contracts in three months...just over 45%! No new physical ounces were added to the COMEX vaults over this time. Instead, these new contracts were created by The Banks. These Banks took the short side and offered them to Specs looking for "gold exposure" and taking the long side.

Over time and with the 15% rally in price, The Banks began to experience some rather hefty potential losses, and at this point, anyone who has followed the precious metals for any length of time should have expected the eventuality that followed.

First, the global bond market began a correction in early September. Bond prices had also seen a tremendous rally in 2019 and were due for some profit-taking. Since COMEX gold and global bonds had been moving in tandem all summer, it was logical to expect a correction in gold, and it soon came to pass with prices falling from $1565 to $1492 in less than five days.

However, the global bond market began to recover in mid-September, and COMEX Digital Gold prices stabilized, too. What happened next is what finally drove The Banks to take direct, overt action.

Early last week, gold and silver prices began to stage a sharp, comeback rally. COMEX silver bounced all the way to $18.70 while COMEX gold traded back to $1540. Keep that level in mind... $1540.

As COMEX gold prices rallied on economic and impeachment concerns, The Banks went into hyperdrive in contract creation. Over just four days, The Banks increased the total float of COMEX gold contracts by nearly 5%, from 628,464 on September 18 to a NEW ALL-TIME HIGH of 658,944 on September 24. Why the sudden need to exceed the previous all-time highs from July 2016? In order to paint the chart with a head-and-shoulder top in the hope of inspiring the type of consistent, relentless selling that would bring a sharp selloff. The Specs sell their gold exposure, The Banks buy back and cover their shorts, pain and margin pressure is eased, and total open interest declines. It looks like this:

• On September 18, total OI was 628,464 contracts with price at $1515

• Four days later on September 24, to cap price at $1540, OI was moved to an all-time high at 658,944

• Four more days later, after price was smashed for $67, OI is back to 610,343 on September 30

And you can see this on the charts. Last Tuesday the 24th, price was obviously and clearly capped at $1540. The immediate reversals seen on the chart below reveal the deployment of the 11,600 contracts created that day alone by The Banks.



At the time, we quickly caught on to their intent. Here's the daily chart from that same day:



And now, after frightening the Specs into selling and closing nearly 50,000 COMEX gold contracts in just four days, the chart has been painted with that head-and-shoulder top that The Banks hope will inspire even more Spec selling in the days ahead.



So, anyway, if you want to bury your head in the sand, ignore the evidence and indictments, and claim that all you've just read is nonsense and "conspiracy theory," knock yourself out. A wise man once said, “it’s impossible to save someone who doesn’t want to be saved.” Indeed. All I can do is explain to you how these "markets" actually operate and remind you that the manipulation remains ongoing and active. You can take it from there.

One day, The Banks will either voluntarily or involuntarily leave this business and prices will be allowed to find a true equilibrium between physical metal and fiat currency. In the meantime, you must understand that the greedy, criminal, COMEX market-making Banks will continue to fight us every step of the way...regardless of whether a few of their trading Monkeys are indicted/incarcerated.

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Craig Hemke

Our Ask The Expert interviewer Craig Hemke began his career in financial services in 1990 but retired in 2008 to focus on family and entrepreneurial opportunities. Since 2010, he has been the editor and publisher of the TF Metals Report found at TFMetalsReport.com, an online community for precious metal investors.

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ernie44 ernie44 6 years ago
Gold is down and US greenback is up---will decide in a week or 2
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Panzer Panzer 6 years ago
Beat down city! Still good long term hold and accumulate.
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ernie44 ernie44 6 years ago
PANZER--- wish I had your $$$$, RGLD is one that is expensive for a board lot, also their net earnings are 1/3 of their loss---not good in my books--- if it goes down to the 70's -- will be in there
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Panzer Panzer 6 years ago
Its August and RGLD a great buy. Was waiting for the ideal time to buy and didn't want to pay in the 90s.

Now will accumulate here and anything lower laddered in.
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ernie44 ernie44 6 years ago
I bet the co. has problems we havent even heard of yet---may look at it in August

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NYBob NYBob 6 years ago
Chris Powell: Gold market manipulation update, April 2018 -

http://gata.org/files/GoldMarketManipulationUpdateApril2018Slides_0.pdf

GATA consultant Robert Lambourne, who seems to be the only analyst outside government who studies the gold market interventions of the BIS, notes that footnotes in the BIS' monthly reports show that the bank's gold, gold swap, and gold derivative positions exploded from zero in March 2016 to 438 tonnes in March 2017 to 525 tonnes last month:

http://www.gata.org/node/18090

http://www.gata.org/node/18022


Slide 2 -- BIS / Notes to the financial statements

This page is taken from the BIS annual report issued in June, covering the year ending March 31, 2017. It acknowledges 438 tonnes of gold swaps.

Slide 3 -- BIS / Statement of account

This page, from the BIS' October 2017 statement of account, shows that the BIS' gold loans rose substantially since March last year.

What exactly is the BIS doing in the gold market and for whom?

In November I brought Lambourne's analysis to the attention of the BIS press office and asked if his analysis was correct and if the bank could explain exactly what it was doing in the gold market and for whom. The BIS press office replied:

http://www.gata.org/node/17793

"We do not comment on specific accounts and holdings of central banks or of the BIS. Please see our latest annual report for details on gold. Further information can be gleaned from central banks directly."

But the BIS' annual reports provide no more substantial information about its activity in the gold market than its monthly reports do. As for obtaining information about gold market activity from BIS member central banks, they are no more forthcoming.

A few years ago GATA sued the Federal Reserve in U.S. District Court in Washington for access to its gold market records. We received very little access, since the court ruled that nearly all the Fed's gold records are exempt from disclosure. Indeed, the most notable information we got by suing the Fed was the possibly inadvertent admission in writing by a member of the Fed's Board of Governors, Kevin M. Warsh, that the Fed has gold swap arrangements with foreign banks and will never disclose them.

http://www.gata.org/node/9917

http://www.gata.org/files/GATAFedResponse-09-17-2009.pdf

Slide 4 -- Warsh photo and letter

If the swapping and leasing of gold by central banks is ordinary and innocent activity, why won't central banks disclose and explain it?

The answer to that question was given by the secret March 1999 report of the staff of the International Monetary Fund, which acknowledged that central banks conceal their gold swaps and leases to facilitate their secret interventions in the gold and currency markets:

http://www.gata.org/node/12016

http://www.gata.org/files/IMFGoldDataMemo--3-10-1999.pdf

Slide 5 -- Secret IMF report

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The second biggest development in the gold price suppression scheme since we last gathered here involves the New York Commodities Exchange

Slide 6 -- NYMEX/COMEX building

-- where, GATA consultant Harvey Organ reports, thousands of gold futures contracts that have been called for delivery have been moved off the exchange in private transactions called "exchange for physicals," or EFPs.

One implication of this development is that there isn't enough gold in Comex warehouses to cover futures deliveries sought in New York and that deliveries have to be moved to London, where transactions are more easily concealed by mechanisms controlled by the London Bullion Market Association, or where long contract holders seeking delivery can be paid privately to postpone delivery.

There may be other explanations for this development, but it is recent and signifies that something big has changed about the gold market in the last year.

* * *

Perhaps not so coincidentally, as gold researcher Ronan Manly of Bullion Star in Singapore disclosed the other day, on April 1 the London Bullion Market Association --

Slide 7 -- LBMA building

-- will begin delaying its daily gold and silver auction price reports. Recently the auction price reports have been issued 30 minutes after the conclusion of the auctions. As of April 1 the auction price reports will be delayed 14 hours. The LBMA has provided no explanation for this delay, but of course the longer the reports are delayed, the more opportunity there will be to adjust or tamper with them.

Further, Manly discloses, the LBMA has postponed for another year its plan to start reporting individual trades of gold and silver. If something nefarious is going on with those "exchange for physicals" by which Comex futures contracts appear to be transferred to London, the LBMA's reporting of individual trades might reveal it. Now there will be no reporting by the LBMA of individual gold and silver trades in London for at least another year:

http://www.gata.org/node/18094

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In January this year U.S. authorities charged three foreign banks and eight individuals in "spoofing" of the gold and silver futures markets:

http://www.gata.org/node/18004

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-cftc-arrests/european-banks-pay-4...

Slide 8 -- Reuters story on spoofing

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Also in January this year GATA disclosed the discounts that are being given by CME Group futures exchanges to governments and central banks for secretly trading gold and silver futures contracts. It is not widely understood that governments and central banks are secretly trading all futures contracts on U.S. exchanges, for mainstream financial news organizations refuse to report secret interventions in markets by governments:

http://www.gata.org/node/17976

http://www.gata.org/files/CMEGroupCBIP-Q&A-December2017.pdf

Slide 9 -- CME Group explainer

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But maybe all you really need to know about gold price suppression could have been surmised from a story on the front page of The Wall Street Journal on August 10 last year:

http://www.gata.org/node/17562

Slide 10 -- Wall Street Journal front page

In that story the newspaper quoted four experts on the gold market, all of them associates of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee and all of them introduced to the newspaper's reporter by me.

Slide 11 -- Close-up of Wall Street Journal story

Those four experts -- gold researcher Ronan Manly, Sprott Asset Management's John Embry, GoldMoney founder James Turk, and futures market analyst James McShirley -- accused the Federal Reserve of being involved with the suppression of the gold price through the surreptitious lending and swapping of central bank gold reserves.

The Wall Street Journal story was a triumph for GATA, even though the Journal declined to mention GATA by name. (The reporter told GATA Chairman Bill Murphy that the newspaper just ran out of space.)

But the story would have been a much greater triumph for us -- indeed, it would have been a triumph for free markets -- if the newspaper had not decided, in reporting these complaints about surreptitious government intervention in the gold market, to violate the first rule of journalism. That's the rule about getting and reporting both sides of a story.

The Journal reported: "Some gold bugs -- investors bullish on the yellow metal -- think the Fed secretly lends it out to suppress prices, partly to protect the dollar's value. In theory the Fed can feed gold into the market through swaps with other countries."

So where were the Journal's questions about this for the Fed and the U.S. Treasury Department? Are the Fed and the Treasury Department involved in keeping the gold price down through surreptitious interventions, or are they not involved?

But the Journal never asked such questions, even though for a year and a half, as I provided the Journal's reporter with the documents of these interventions, I repeatedly pressed her to put the questions to the Fed and Treasury. I even provided the Journal's reporter with a video showing New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley refusing to answer a question about gold swaps during his appearance at the Virginia Military Institute on March 31, 2016.

Slide 12 -- Still photo from Dudley video

Can we play that video now?

The Dudley video can be viewed here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_igBCLUsgNUx4o-O3LC764QIsaWKBAU6/view

Note the inconsistency in Dudley's response. First he talks at length about the German Bundesbank's transactions to repatriate its gold from the New York Fed. Then, asked if the Fed is involved with gold swaps, Dudley says he can't comment on "individual customer kind of transactions." But he had just discussed an individual customer's transactions with the Fed at great length -- Germany's -- and the second question, about gold swaps, was not about individual customer transactions at all but simply whether the Fed was in the gold swap business.

Ordinarily news organizations are most interested in questions that high government officials refuse to answer. But mainstream financial news reporters are not interested in questions about secret government interventions in the gold market and secret interventions in markets generally. No, such questions are too sensitive, apparently considered threats to national security.

The best that mainstream financial news organizations can do is just to acknowledge the questions sometimes. Mainstream financial news organizations can never pursue the answers, no matter how easy it would be to do so.

Unfortunately most gold market analysts themselves will not pursue these questions either -- at least not yet. GATA will continue working on them.

Will the gold industry itself ever pursue these questions? Will the gold industry ever stand up for itself?

If not, why should anyone invest in an industry that doesn't care about the suppression of the price of its product?

Slide 13 -- Contact and thanks

The documents I have cited today are all posted at GATA's internet site, GATA.org, most of them in the "documentation" section:

http://www.gata.org/taxonomy/term/21

If you have any trouble locating them or have any questions about GATA's work, I'll be glad to hear from you at CPowell@GATA.org.

Thanks for your kind attention.

* * *

Help keep GATA going:

GATA is a civil rights and educational organization based in the United States and tax-exempt under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Its e-mail dispatches are free, and you can subscribe at:

http://www.gata.org

To contribute to GATA, please visit:

http://www.gata.org/node/16

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20701 North Scottsdale Road
Suite 107-266
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
1-888-SIL-BARZ or 1-888-745-2279
sales@scottsdalesilver.com
http://www.ScottsdaleSilver.com

SD Bullion
8000 Yankee Road
Ottawa Lake, Michigan 49267
Contact: James Anderson, Tyler Wall
1-800-294-8732
https://SDBullion.com

Sheldon's Finest Coins
P.O. Box 194
30 Noelle Court
Lincoln Park, New Jersey 07035-2256
1-888-786-5678
Ed Sheldon CPA, Proprietor
Agbug777@SheldonsFinestCoins.com
www.SheldonsFinestCoins.com

Silver Gold Bull Inc.
4819 45th St. / Box 2612
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta T4T 1L6
Canada
877-646-5303 or 877-646-5304
Fax: 403-845-5511
Sales@SilverGoldBull.com
http://www.SilverGoldBull.com

Silver Trading Co.
445 Montgomery St.
PO Box 876
Shreveport, Louisiana 71107
Larry LaBorde, Proprietor
318-470-7291
LLaBord@silvertrading.net
http://www.silvertrading.net

SprottMoney Ltd.
Royal Bank South Tower
200 Bay St.
Suite 2750, P.O. Box 90
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2J2
Canada
416-861-0775
or toll-free 888-861-0775
sales@sprottmoney.com
http://www.sprottmoney.com

Swiss America Trading Corp.
15018 North Tatum Blvd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Dean Heskin, CEO
1-800-BUY-COIN
hes@swissamerica.com
http://www.swissamerica.com

The Moneychanger
Box 178
Westpoint, Tennessee 38486
Franklin Sanders, Proprietor
1-888-218-9226, 931-766-6066
http://www.the-moneychanger.com

The Real Asset Co. Ltd.
2nd Floor, 8-9 Talbot Court
London, England EC3V 0BP
United Kingdom
+44-0-207-283-1953
support@therealasset.co.uk
http://therealasset.co.uk/

True Metals Group
728 West Ave., Suite 1100
Cocoa, Florida 32927
Daniel and Karina Ward, Owners
866-303-0781
Sales@silver50.com
http://www.silver50.com

USAGold
Box 460009
Denver, Colorado 80246-0009
1-800-869-5115
Michael Kosares, Proprietor
cpm@usagold.com
http://www.USAGOLD.com

Worldwide Precious Metals (Canada) Ltd.
Suite 1108-1030 West Georgia St.
Vancouver, British Columbia, V6E 2Y3
Canada
President: John P. Downes
Toll-free: 1-866-623-2002
Local 778-945-2002
info@wwpmc.com
http://www.wwpmc.com

God Bless America
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mcokpba mcokpba 6 years ago
Royal Gold Receives Operational Update from Mount Milligan
December 27, 2017 04:05 PM Eastern Standard Time

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Royal Gold, Inc. (NASDAQ: RGLD) (together with its subsidiaries, “Royal Gold” or the “Company,” “we” or “our”) reports that Centerra Gold (“Centerra”) today announced that, due to a lack of sufficient water resources, mill processing operations at the Mount Milligan mine in British Columbia, Canada have been temporarily suspended. Centerra reports that there will be adequate fresh water available to restart mill processing operations at partial capacity by the end of January 2018 and at full capacity after the spring melt, typically in April.

Calendar year-to-date Centerra reports that Mount Milligan has produced approximately 225,000 ounces of payable gold and approximately 54 million pounds of payable copper, slightly below full year guidance. Royal Gold has a streaming interest on 35% of the gold and 18.75% of the copper from Mount Milligan. Due to the timing of shipments and deliveries of gold and copper, the impact of this shutdown is likely to be reflected in Royal Gold’s mid-calendar 2018 results.

Centerra reports that the water shortage at Mount Milligan has been exacerbated by unanticipated extremely cold temperatures, which has resulted in a greater than expected loss of water volumes in the tailings storage facility due to ice formation. In the fourth quarter of calendar 2017, Centerra noted that it sought to mitigate the water shortfall by drilling additional water wells to draw water from nearby aquifers located on the property. While such wells were partially successful, Centerra reports that the additional water obtained was not sufficient to offset the loss of water volumes noted above. In addition, as a further, longer-term mitigation measure, Centerra is pursuing an amendment to Mount Milligan’s Environmental Assessment (EA) to allow pumping of water from a nearby lake (Phillips Lake) and is applying for the additional related permits. Centerra expects that by the end of January 2018 there will be adequate fresh water available to restart mill processing operations utilizing just one of the mine’s two ball mills (38,000 tonnes per day to minimize water requirements), returning to full capacity of two ball mills following the spring melt.

However, as Centerra noted, the availability of water is subject to, among other things, natural forces that can be unpredictable. During this downtime, Centerra announced that mill maintenance crews will continue to carry out outstanding preventative maintenance activities and will look to bring forward other maintenance work that had been planned for later in the year. Centerra reports that Mount Milligan continues to operate according to its mine plan and will continue to expose, mine and stockpile additional ores for future processing.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20171227005483/en
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mcokpba mcokpba 7 years ago
3 Gold Stocks to Buy Even If Gold Doesn't Rise
Motley Fool December 14, 2017

1. Royal Gold

Royal Gold is what is known as a precious metals "streamer." It has royalty claims on gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc at mines in over 20 countries -- but it doesn't own mines. In exchange for capital, mine owners give Royal Gold working interests in the production of precious minerals. This has led to some pretty hefty profit margins for the company, especially when compared to traditional miners like Barrick Gold and Yamana Gold:

Royal Gold has interests in 34 producing properties, 21 development-stage properties, and 131 exploration-stage properties scattered across Canada, the United States, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Chile, Australia, and Africa.

Investors can expect solid growth from Royal Gold's interests. The company just recently began receiving copper deliveries from its Mount Milligan mine in Canada. Royal Gold's partner in the mine, Centerra Gold, Inc., also upped its production estimates for the mine as part of its third-quarter earnings release. The mine is a prime example of how Royal Gold operates: In exchange for just under $800 million, it has the right to 35% of all the gold and 18.75% of the copper for the life of the mine, at far-below-market rates. Also of note is that this particular mine has an estimated life of 22 years, thanks to over 2.1 billion pounds of copper and 5.8 million ounces of gold in proven and probable reserves.

Mount Milligan is just one example of the power of Royal Gold's business model, and its merits as a top gold stock.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/3-gold-stocks-buy-even-141600649.html
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goforthebet goforthebet 7 years ago
RGLD new interview Zürich

http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/mid,37230,Zuri_Invest_Gala_April_2017/?v=297472
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
GOLD not a street fighter anymore

ever find any on Eries banks ?
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
trading above $70 --- a miracle

in disgust
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
Powers that be in mines--- giving Rubicon a chance to reorganize with Royal Gold as one of the minor creditors....yah right $$$$$$$$major MAJOR bs baffles brains is more like it
$$$$$$$
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ernie44 ernie44 8 years ago
Octypii Gold streamers remind me of lakes full of leaches

stayed out of them




WASPS vlew planes to alaska and greenland ww2
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NYBob NYBob 8 years ago
ROTHSCHILD'S FED BANKSTERS MAFIA JUST PUKED $1.5 BILLION OF NOTIONAL GOLD -

http://www.blacklistednews.com/Someone_Just_Puked_%241.5_Billion_Of_Notional_Gold/53670/0/38/38/Y/M.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


image: http://www.kitconet.com/images/live/au0001wb.gif
http://www.kitconet.com/images/live/au0001wb.gif

Gold & Silver is the only REAL Legal Tender -
by The Founding Fathers for your -
Rights, Liberty and Freedom -

http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/monie.htm

- God Bless -
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Hulk Hogan is God Hulk Hogan is God 8 years ago
So I should have waited :)
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Hulk Hogan is God Hulk Hogan is God 9 years ago
Well, I'm buying some gold, and this puppy is quality at this level. Not for tomorrow, but for 4 years. See you when Trump is running for re-election.
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ComstockRoyalty ComstockRoyalty 9 years ago
My RGLD bet.
My bet is thus.

Royal Gold will do business with www.About.me ComstockRoyalty


They need me.

4Q
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NYBob NYBob 9 years ago
Ron Paul Testimony Before the Senate Banking Committee -



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULtABUb9KoY

Zimland has done their new currency and wiped out most of their debt issues -
compared to...
$fiat slave poncy schemez and their $100s trillionz in debt issues -
worlds largest 666 fraud poncy schemez -

All very good for GOLD the only Real Money since 1000s of years -
its only the khazarian long fingered cabals to the jail home were
thee belong -
People would be happy again without 666 nwo robbery and plunder -

Could Apple Buy a Third of the World’s Gold? -
by Frank Holmes

Is there anything Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) can’t do?

http://www.valuewalk.com/2015/03/apple-aapl-gold/

India is one of the largest consumers of gold in the world and imports as much as 800-1000 tonnes of gold each year.

Read more at
http://www.thestatesman.com/news/business/govt-proposes-steps-to-monetise-gold-contain-imports/50357.html#KhUEZEBgfKJEJo7P.99


He concludes that Apple will need 746 tons of gold a year, or about 30% of the world’s annual production -

http://www.mining.com/apple-buying-a-third-of-worlds-gold-to-meet-demand-for-iwatch-14071/

the Apple GOLD demands may sky rocket GOLD POG ^^^^^^^^

The Cure That Will Shock The World – Reset Gold Price To $5,000 or $10,000!
Richard Russell Just Exposed A Coming Event That Is Going To Shock The World! -
February 25, 2015

http://kingworldnews.com/breaking-richard-russell-just-exposed-coming-event-going-shock-world/

http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/

http://politicalvelcraft.org/

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=111033548

GOLD Chart TI P&F TA Bullish Price POG Obj. $1570.-/oz 1st Target -




CALVF Chart TI P&F TA Bullish price objective $4.38 per share 1st Target -


CALVF - Africa's lowest cost gold producer -
doing very well -
Ex.
CALVF - NO DEBT - CASH >$27 million in London banks -
CALVF - Paying 8% Dividend -
CALVF - Gold produced @ $599/oz -
CALVF - Sold 51% of Blanket Mines for >$30 million -
- to mine workers and their community etc. -
CALVF - collecting 10% on the >$30 mil. to payed in full -
CALVF - Managing the Blanket Gold Mines -

http://www.caledoniamining.com/pdfs/Q3%202014%20Results.pdf

http://www.caledoniamining.com/index.php/operations/blanket-gold-mine

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=110308416



Gold & Silver is the only REAL Legal Tender -
by The Founding Fathers for your -
Rights, Liberty and Freedom -

http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/monie.htm
imo.
TIA -
God Bless
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NYBob NYBob 9 years ago
He concludes that Apple will need 746 tons of gold a year, or about 30% of the world’s annual production -

http://www.mining.com/apple-buying-a-third-of-worlds-gold-to-meet-demand-for-iwatch-14071/

the Apple GOLD demands may sky rocket GOLD POG ^^^^^^^^

The Cure That Will Shock The World – Reset Gold Price To $5,000 or $10,000!
Richard Russell Just Exposed A Coming Event That Is Going To Shock The World! -
February 25, 2015

http://kingworldnews.com/breaking-richard-russell-just-exposed-coming-event-going-shock-world/

http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/

http://politicalvelcraft.org/

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=111033548

GOLD Chart TI P&F TA Bullish Price POG Obj. $1570.-/oz 1st Target -




CALVF Chart TI P&F TA Bullish price objective $4.38 per share 1st Target -


CALVF - Africa's lowest cost gold producer -
doing very well -
Ex.
CALVF - NO DEBT - CASH >$27 million in London banks -
CALVF - Paying 8% Dividend -
CALVF - Gold produced @ $599/oz -
CALVF - Sold 51% of Blanket Mines for >$30 million -
- to mine workers and their community etc. -
CALVF - collecting 10% on the >$30 mil. to payed in full -
CALVF - Managing the Blanket Gold Mines -

http://www.caledoniamining.com/pdfs/Q3%202014%20Results.pdf

http://www.caledoniamining.com/index.php/operations/blanket-gold-mine

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=110308416



Gold & Silver is the only REAL Legal Tender -
by The Founding Fathers for your -
Rights, Liberty and Freedom -

http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/monie.htm
imo.
TIA -
God Bless

Ps.
http://politicalvelcraft.org/

http://www.allnewspipeline.com/index.php?pr=Home
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
slow a
nd steady
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
lets go0o0o
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
I need 72.50
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
thank uuu
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
BAANNG !
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
ok... now where do I enter
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Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
don't go below 64.00 or im stopped out.
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Talldude Talldude 10 years ago
Investor PPT presentation Dated May 2014 - link here:

RGLD May Corporate Presentation/Slide Show


















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Talldude Talldude 10 years ago
Motley.revues.RGLD.and.Mt.Milligan.streaming.royalty. Nice revue -- click link for verbiage and charts.

RGLD, Mt Milligan, et al





















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Talldude Talldude 10 years ago
ouch. Thanks for the update. Might be the reason a PR from RGLD ystdy highlighting another, better sounding performer in their royalty portfolio was issued. I don't believe in coincidences, but I do still own RGLD. :)

Got a link to your Chilean Supreme Ct decision for the thread?























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Tibby Tibby 10 years ago
Courts in Chile quashed BARRICK liar legal team,
court lies Canada + Chile
the opposite lies by ABX v. Lopehandia at SUPREME COURT OF CHILE today.

Lopehandia established his ownership of PASCUA at SUPREME COURT OF CHILE,

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Talldude Talldude 10 years ago
What has come of your "cataclysmic disaster for xxxx and Royal Gold" re: deposit title.

An update would be appreciated since there has been no more information proferred in the last 30 days.

Thank you or bringing this matter forward.
































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Tibby Tibby 10 years ago
Beyond all that is written herein the issue of deposit title is not discussed! Currently being delt with by The Supreme Court of Chile ..././ F i n a l y!
Add that to the equation and you have a cataclysmic dissaster for Barrick as well Silver Wheaton and Royal Gold.

Barrick will have legal issues coming out of their yinyang for years to come with very serious penalties to confront.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/rob-magazine/high-and-dry/article18134225/?page=all
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NYBob NYBob 10 years ago
THE SHOCKING TRUTH HISTORY CHANNEL CAN'T BROADCAST -- Bix Weir



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zzSAoD2mzU#t=150

BANKING BOYS ARE IN REAL TROUBLE- MASSIVE DERIVATIVES CRISIS LOOMS IN GOLD! Harvey Organ:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrUfX3ojKm8

Gold Fixing Lawsuits Begin in New York -
May 6th, 2014

Newmont Mining and all gold mining companies and their
shareholders should join The Class Action Lawsuite -
(please, pass along >>>>>>>>>>>>>)

Plaintiffs Consolidate Gold Fixing Lawsuits in New York -

It appears that critical mass is finally being reached amongst the
lawsuits that are being taken against the Gold Fixing bullion
banks.

Yesterday, in Federal District Court in New York, more than 20
plaintiffs met up to coordinate their lawsuits against the five
investment bank members of the Gold Fixing.

The various lawsuits, which are being pursued by public investors,
hedge funds and private investors, stipulate that the five
investment banks (Barclays, SocGen, ScotiaBank, Deutsche Bank and
HSBC) have the ability to manipulate the gold price because the
Fixing is unregulated and the fact that the banks can and do trade
gold and gold derivatives during the twice daily Fixing calls.

The first lawsuit was filed in March by Kevin Maher, a former New
York gold trader.
However, over subsequent weeks, multiple lawsuits were filed,
leading to a decision to try to consolidate the suits and
appoint a lead lawyer.

According to The New York Times, the courtroom in Manhattan was so
full of lawyers yesterday that it took nearly 15 minutes for the
army of lawyers to introduce themselves. The presiding judge,
Valerie Caproni, attempted to bring some discipline to the
situation and said “I want to do this in an organized way to
figure out who’s who,”, however, the sheer number of lawyers
appeared too much for the judge as she added, “Not, that I’ll
remember.”

It will therefore be interesting to see how these lawsuits
progress now that the lawyers appear to have joined forces.

Read more at:
http://investmentwatchblog.com/gold-fixing-lawsuits-begin-in-new-york/#woTSl8y6bdfcWVks.99


Jeff Rothschild
Jeff Rothschild is a libertarian in San Francisco, atheist in LA,
anarcho-capitalist in New York, communist in China, capitalist in
Washington D.C, and secretly a big admirer of Hitler like Mark
Zuckerberg.

http://anarchadia.com/2014/04/10/2014-biggest-genocide-in-human-history/

The Legal Nurse Consultants at The Optio Group help you complete
and submit your medical and pharmaceutical class action lawsuit
settlement claim.

http://www.theoptiogroup.ca/?gclid=CJejsJGFmr4CFcOBfgodKZsAhQ

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=101239413

Metals, Currency Rigging Worse Than Libor, Bafin’s Koenig Says
By Karin Matussek and Oliver Suess
Jan 16, 2014 4:00 PM PT 18 Comments

Germany’s top financial regulator said possible manipulation of
currency rates and prices for precious metals is worse than
the Libor-rigging scandal, which has already led to fines of
about $6 billion.

The allegations about the currency and precious metals markets
are “particularly serious, because such reference values are
based -- unlike Libor and Euribor -- typically on transactions
in liquid markets and not on estimates of the banks,” Elke
Koenig, the president of Bafin, said in a speech in Frankfurt
yesterday.

Koenig is the first global finance regulator to comment publicly
on the investigations as probes into the London interbank
offered rate, or Libor, expand into other benchmarks.
Joaquin Almunia, the European Union’s antitrust chief, said
this week that its preliminary probe into possible foreign-
exchange manipulation covers similar practices as in the
regulator’s probe into Libor-rigging.

Bonn-based Bafin said earlier this week it is investigating
currency trading, joining regulators in the U.K., U.S. and
Switzerland, who are examining whether traders at the world’s
largest banks colluded to manipulate the WM/Reuters rates, used
by money managers to determine the value of holdings in
different currencies.

‘Public Reaction’

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=95997786

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=96024525
God Bless

My opinions are my own and and DD I post should be confirmed as unbiased
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Talldude Talldude 10 years ago
Beautiful "turtle trade" set up...one of my favorite, high probability money maker trade set ups, especially in the short term timeframe--- the W pattern.

Get your buy stops orders in!!! Hell, purchase calls, write puts, whatever floats your boat.

Already a 50% move higher since I alerted earlier (Jun 23, 2013) on this thread that it was backup the truck time in RGLD!






























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ComstockRoyalty ComstockRoyalty 10 years ago
Next Stop is $65 PS

Spot next is $1265

Follow the Gold Pros

Www.twitter.com/comstockroyalty
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ComstockRoyalty ComstockRoyalty 10 years ago
Next Stop is $65 PS

Spot next is $1265

Follow the Gold Pros

Www.twitter.com/comstockroyalty
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ComstockRoyalty ComstockRoyalty 10 years ago
Next Stop is $65 PS

Spot next is $1265

Follow the Gold Pros

Www.twitter.com/comstockroyalty
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NYBob NYBob 10 years ago
Metals, Currency Rigging Worse Than Libor, Bafin’s Koenig Says
By Karin Matussek and Oliver Suess
Jan 16, 2014 4:00 PM PT 18 Comments

Germany’s top financial regulator said possible manipulation of
currency rates and prices for precious metals is worse than
the Libor-rigging scandal, which has already led to fines of
about $6 billion.

The allegations about the currency and precious metals markets
are “particularly serious, because such reference values are
based -- unlike Libor and Euribor -- typically on transactions
in liquid markets and not on estimates of the banks,” Elke
Koenig, the president of Bafin, said in a speech in Frankfurt
yesterday.

Koenig is the first global finance regulator to comment publicly
on the investigations as probes into the London interbank
offered rate, or Libor, expand into other benchmarks.
Joaquin Almunia, the European Union’s antitrust chief, said
this week that its preliminary probe into possible foreign-
exchange manipulation covers similar practices as in the
regulator’s probe into Libor-rigging.

Bonn-based Bafin said earlier this week it is investigating
currency trading, joining regulators in the U.K., U.S. and
Switzerland, who are examining whether traders at the world’s
largest banks colluded to manipulate the WM/Reuters rates, used
by money managers to determine the value of holdings in
different currencies.

‘Public Reaction’

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=95997786

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=96024525
God Bless
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Talldude Talldude 10 years ago
Divy increase +5%. 2Q14 Earnings and call: THURS 1.30.2014

Royal Gold, Inc. (NASDAQ:RGLD) (TSX: RGL) today announced that its second quarter fiscal 2014 results will be released before the market opens for trading on Thursday, January 30, 2014, followed by a conference call that day at noon Eastern Time (10:00 a.m. Mountain Time).

The call will be webcast and archived on the Company’s website for a limited time.

Webcast URL: http://www.royalgold.com

under Investors, Events & Presentations




















































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NYBob NYBob 11 years ago
Royal Gold, Inc. (RGLD) peanuts gypsy fiat$48.032 ? -0.988 (-2.02%)
Volume: 349,876 @ 1:42:46 PM ET
Bid Ask Day's Range
48.03 48.09 47.84 - 49.499
RGLD Detailed Quote Wiki

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Talldude Talldude 11 years ago
Bernake BLINKED today...RGLD:+8.21% today($4.24) , +9.93% in the last 3 months...

Annualizing that quarterly percent gain makes this mighty sweet in this space!









































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Talldude Talldude 11 years ago
Here's a thumbnail: RGLD owns interests on 204 properties on six continents, including interests on 36 producing mines and 21 development stage projects.

Now, THERE's some "blue sky." LOL

Go, RGLD!










































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