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Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine
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    Subject:Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine
    By: Darryl Robert Schoon

    Overview: Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine was my talk at a Gold Standard Institute symposium in Canberra, Australia in November 2008. The topic could well describe today’s gold and silver markets. Today, both silver and gold are achieving record highs but silver’s accelerating price indicates silver may indeed be the canary in the gold mine, the leading indicator for gold’s long-awaited explosive move upwards, a move the Fed and major bullion banks have colluded since the 1980s to prevent.

    Link: http://news.silverseek.com/SilverSeek/1302588180.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    Subject:Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine
    By: Darryl Robert Schoon

    Overview: Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine was my talk at a Gold Standard Institute symposium in Canberra, Australia in November 2008. The topic could well describe today’s gold and silver markets. Today, both silver and gold are achieving record highs but silver’s accelerating price indicates silver may indeed be the canary in the gold mine, the leading indicator for gold’s long-awaited explosive move upwards, a move the Fed and major bullion banks have colluded since the 1980s to prevent.

    Link: http://news.silverseek.com/SilverSeek/1302588180.php
    This author is a salesman, and probably never took a class in international finance.

    we never exchanged gold for goods and services anyway before 1971.

    His links at the bottom of his article prove he is a salesman if you take a look at them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sex View Post
    This author is a salesman, and probably never took a class in international finance.

    we never exchanged gold for goods and services anyway before 1971.

    His links at the bottom of his article prove he is a salesman if you take a look at them.
    You are a douche!

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