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July 21st, 2016

EU to tackle China on critical mineral trade Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
Franklin Sanders interviews JPMadoff author Helen Davis Chaitman GoldSeek
Remembering the dotcom bubble burst Equities.com
Nickel near eight-month high as metals gain on stimulus speculation NAI 500
New stock market highs correlate to $57 trillion in printed global currency units Streetwise Reports
Canada welcomes move towards ratification of EU trade deal Industrial Minerals
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 20th, 2016

Franklin Sanders interviews JPMadoff author Helen Davis Chaitman GoldSeek
Remembering the dotcom bubble burst Equities.com
Nickel near eight-month high as metals gain on stimulus speculation NAI 500
Cobalt supply tightens as battery demand looms Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
New stock market highs correlate to $57 trillion in printed global currency units Streetwise Reports
Canada welcomes move towards ratification of EU trade deal Industrial Minerals
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 18th, 2016

John Mauldin: Implications of the Turkish coup/The age of no returns GoldSeek
Nickel near eight-month high as metals gain on stimulus speculation NAI 500
Cobalt supply tightens as battery demand looms Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
Markets are telling us what the elites won’t: Life goes on after Brexit Equities.com
New stock market highs correlate to $57 trillion in printed global currency units Streetwise Reports
Canada welcomes move towards ratification of EU trade deal Industrial Minerals
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 15th, 2016

Nickel near eight-month high as metals gain on stimulus speculation NAI 500
Cobalt supply tightens as battery demand looms Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
A Brexit in name only? GoldSeek
Markets are telling us what the elites won’t: Life goes on after Brexit Equities.com
New stock market highs correlate to $57 trillion in printed global currency units Streetwise Reports
Canada welcomes move towards ratification of EU trade deal Industrial Minerals
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 14th, 2016

Cobalt supply tightens as battery demand looms Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
A Brexit in name only? GoldSeek
Markets are telling us what the elites won’t: Life goes on after Brexit Equities.com
New stock market highs correlate to $57 trillion in printed global currency units Streetwise Reports
Citigroup backs commodities for 2017 in “especially bullish” call NAI 500
Canada welcomes move towards ratification of EU trade deal Industrial Minerals
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 13th, 2016

New stock market highs correlate to $57 trillion in printed global currency units Streetwise Reports
Markets are telling us what the elites won’t: Life goes on after Brexit Equities.com
Gold is just getting warmed up: UBS analyst GoldSeek
Citigroup backs commodities for 2017 in “especially bullish” call NAI 500
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
Food for thought: Global salt supply Industrial Minerals
June rainfall eases processing problems in China graphite hub Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 12th, 2016

Citigroup backs commodities for 2017 in “especially bullish” call NAI 500
S&P 500 and the Dow hit new highs, so why are the media focused on doom and gloom? Equities.com
SWOT analysis: Silver outshines gold GoldSeek
Gold heading toward $1,400? Streetwise Reports
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
Food for thought: Global salt supply Industrial Minerals
June rainfall eases processing problems in China graphite hub Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 11th, 2016

SWOT analysis: Silver outshines gold GoldSeek
Fix Crowdfunding Act passes U.S. house, likely to pass senate Equities.com
China resumes monthly gold buying to diversify reserves NAI 500
Gold heading toward $1,400? Streetwise Reports
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
Food for thought: Global salt supply Industrial Minerals
June rainfall eases processing problems in China graphite hub Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

July 8th, 2016

Fix Crowdfunding Act passes U.S. house, likely to pass senate Equities.com
China resumes monthly gold buying to diversify reserves NAI 500
EU banking system leveraged 26 to 1. Lehman was 30 to 1 GoldSeek
Gold heading toward $1,400? Streetwise Reports
Gold junior climbs on assays SmallCapPower
Food for thought: Global salt supply Industrial Minerals
June rainfall eases processing problems in China graphite hub Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
A classic case of failed socialism: What’s next after Brexit? Stockhouse
Limestone: Commodity overview Geology for Investors
Lithium in Las Vegas: A closer look at the lithium bull The Disruptive Discoveries Journal

How a Brexit could affect the gold price

July 7th, 2016

The precious metal’s recent run could just be getting started

by SmallCapPower.com | July 7, 2016

Gold was already one of the best-performing asset classes in 2016 before British citizens unexpectedly voted to leave the European Union on June 23. We believe this will turn out to be the most important catalyst for the precious metal since it began its most recent bull run.

How a Brexit could affect the gold price

Despite beginning the New Year below $1,100, gold had failed a few times to hold above the $1,300 level since its upward move began back in January. We feel confident that the Brexit uncertainty will hang over the markets for at least the remainder of 2016, providing a firm support above $1,300.

The most immediate catalyst likely coming gold’s way is U.S. employment data for the month of June, which is expected to be released on July 8. The Labor Department expects 170,000 new jobs to be created during the month.

Given May’s dismal 38,000 employment gain, only a figure well above 200,000 will create any potential headwinds for the precious metal.

This all leads to the next U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that is happening during the final week of July. Minutes from the last Federal Open Market Committee meeting (released on July 6) suggested that the impact of a Brexit would need to be more certain before the Fed would decide to raise interest rates again, all of which is good news for gold bulls.

Also helping gold is negative interest rates on long-term debt in Germany, France, Japan and, most recently, Switzerland, which has seen its 50-year interest rates go negative for the first time.

Could the United States be next? In fact, that country’s 10- and 30-year interest rates on July 6 reached all-time lows of 1.32% and 2.1% respectively. According to data released by Fitch Ratings, a record US$11.7 trillion of global sovereign debt has dipped to sub-zero yield territory.

Continue reading this article on SmallCapPower.com.