1. pmbug

    GLD gold vaulting is curious

    More: Houston London, we have a problem...
  2. pmbug

    HSBC to close London gold vaults? (haha, no) According to the GLD website: So, relax everybody. Most...
  3. A

    Where did the GLD gold go?

    "The SPDR Gold Trust GLD suffered net outflows of $6.77 billion in April, with losses for the year to May 8 at $14.67 billion, according to data from IndexUniverse." So where does $14.67 billion in GLD gold go? I thought GLD represented actual bars of gold somewhere. Do they sell any excess...
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    Rampant gld fund inventory raids

    The GLD exchange traded fund is undergoing big changes, with sudden reduction in its gold inventory. Giant raids are being executed by the big US banks. They struggle mightily to meet demand and to prevent a price spike that would result from a default. The news story is simple, but the meaning...
  5. S

    Huge GLD inventory reduction is contrary bullish

    Each massive drop in inventory was followed by a great price rally.
  6. pmbug

    ETF re-hypothecation of gold and the MSM

    Come and see the re-hypothecation inherent in the system: More: :flail:
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    [Video] Managing Director of GLD owns physical and miners

    Funny video, Managing Director of GLD owns physical and miners :doodoo: Just in case you forgot about LBMA "rules", see here: Also note that he contradicts the prospectus which says that trust pm...
  8. pmbug

    Did GLD And Other Gold ETFs Kill Gold Stocks? Pretty sure this is nothing new to anyone reading this forum. :judge:
  9. E

    Gold ETF's - IAU etc

    I am new here. Thank you for providing this resource. I travel quite often as a result it is very difficult for me to hold physical gold. I have been researching other options. All have some pros and cons. ETF's seem appealing for their liquidity and ease of use. I have read that this GLD has...
  10. pmbug

    Nine blows against the gold price suppression scheme

    I haven't talked much about the issue of price suppression yet, but Chris Powell of GATA posted a nifty summary of some significant events over the last couple of years and I highly recommend reading it if you are not familiar with the story: Much, much more:
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