Gold & Silver News: ZeroHedge Feed

This is a feed of recent posts and news articles from ZeroHedge. ZeroHedge is “Anti-Keynesian” in scope, With an often hilarious snarkiness, ZeroHedge provides a not-so mainstream perspective on Wall Street, finance and the global economic condition through a prolific output of detailed, thoughtful and timely commentary. Articles are posted by the pseudonym Tyler Durden, from the movie “Fight Club.” Discussion is robust and not for the faint of heart.

Interestingly, and this observation isn’t supported by any analysis, just cursory glance type observation, the number of gold and silver articles seem to have declined in late-2014 / early 2015. When they do appear, there are more hostile responses in the comments section, rather than the endless littany of purely positive comments. Given that bullish gold / silver news seemed to dominate ZH a few years back, perhaps the current state can serve as a contrarian indicator that metals will continue to scream higher in 2015. Hit us up through the Contact Link in the footer if you think this observation is off-base.

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  • "2023 Will Be Year From Hell" - Martin Armstrong Warns Europe 'Could Suck The Rest Of The World Down The Tubes' - Oct 2, 2022
    "2023 Will Be Year From Hell" - Martin Armstrong Warns Europe 'Could Suck The Rest Of The World Down The Tubes' Via Greg Hunter’s, Legendary financial and geopolitical cycle analyst Martin Armstrong says nothing is going to get better by the end of 2022, and he is still forecasting “chaos” coming in 2023. Armstrong says the plunge in the stock market last week is all because of “extreme uncertainty.” Armstrong predicted a stock market crash two months ago and contends, “It’s not over.” Europe is in big financial trouble with Russian natural [...]
  • VPN Usage Surges Amid Protests, Conflict, & War In 2022 - Oct 2, 2022
    VPN Usage Surges Amid Protests, Conflict, & War In 2022 Iran has shut down WhatsApp and Instagram in an attempt to stifle the discontent growing across the nation, following the death of 22 year-old Mahsa Amini, who died in custody after being arrested by morality police. Internet shutdowns are fairly commonplace in authoritarian societies on the eve of change, where governments may seek to gain control of the narrative by trying to stop communication and the sharing of information which can fuel protests and uprisings. After all, the internet can be a powerful tool for social mobilization [...]
  • Gold & Geopolitics - Oct 2, 2022
    Gold & Geopolitics Gold and silver dumped and pumped this week - after a week of consolidation - against a background of a rising dollar on the foreign exchanges. As the chart below shows, silver is up around 6% since 1 September, while gold is down around 3%... But as's Alasdair Macleod details below, Silver is extremely oversold in illiquid conditions, illustrated by our next chart. The level of open interest is probably the best indicator of market sentiment. At under 132,000 contracts it is as oversold as it was in early May 2020, just before the price rocketed highe [...]
  • Labour Opens Up Massive Lead In UK Polls - Oct 2, 2022
    Labour Opens Up Massive Lead In UK Polls After prime minister Truss and chancellor Kwarteng's disastrous mini-budget announcement last Friday, followed by intervention from the Bank of England and a rebuke from the IMF, days of radio silence from the Conservative leader were broken with a string of car crash local radio interviews and a dogged defiance to row back on any of her government's latest decisions. Already behind Labour in the polls since the turn of the year, Statista's Martin Armstrong notes that the Conservatives now suddenly find themselves second to a Labour [...]
  • The War Has Just Begun - Oct 2, 2022
    The War Has Just Begun Via 'Big Serge' Thoughts Substack, The Winter of Yuri I have been attempting for several days to collect my thoughts on the Russo-Ukrainian War and condense them into another analysis piece, but my efforts were consistently frustrated by the war’s stubborn refusal to sit still. After a slow, attrititional grind for much of the summer, events have begun to accelerate, calling to mind a famous quip from Vladimir Lenin: “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” “You should know, by and large, we haven’t even sta [...]
  • Snowden Didn't "Flee to Russia": Obama Trapped Him There - Oct 2, 2022
    Snowden Didn't "Flee to Russia": Obama Trapped Him There Authored by Brian McGlinchey via Stark Realities When Russian President Vladimir Putin granted citizenship to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Monday, the news revived a long-simmering debate about the propriety of his revelations of U.S. government secrets. At the same time, it prompted reiterations of a widely-embraced falsehood: that Snowden “fled to Russia.” The disinformation-trafficking wasn’t limited to random people on social media. Among others,  The New York Times ,  The Guardian ,  ABC , Christian [...]
  • A Global Overview of Human Migration - Oct 2, 2022
    A Global Overview of Human Migration According to the latest data published by the United Nations, the number of international migrants amounted to 281 million in 2020, which is equivalent to 3.6 percent of the world's population. By "migrant", it is meant: Any person who, leaving his or her usual place of residence, crosses an international border, regardless of the nature and cause of the movement or the duration of the stay. The census therefore covers a wide range of circumstances and includes both war and economic refugees - estimated at more than 82 million - and volunta [...]
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