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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Most in the gold community are not prepared for Islam entering the market, and for those who are it will be big

Many people have heard about the idea of 'Peak Oil', especially since it has been propagated by the mainstream media for over three decades.  But how many have heard about the concept of 'Peak Gold', especially when demand for the metal is about go up several fold?

At the beginning of January a new policy and protocol began in Islamic finance that could shape the future of investing, savings, and even money for the rest of the century.  And this is because 1.6 billion people, or nearly 30% of the world's population, are now able to purchase and own gold and gold products outside of jewelry for the first time in perhaps centuries.

Sharia Law is the ultimate guideline for Islamic living, similar to how the Misvot (the Law) was for the Israelites under the Mosaic Covenant.  And Sharia Finance is the portion of this guideline that dictates money and investment for Muslims around the world.

And with the door now becoming wide open for followers of Sharia Law to enter into the gold markets, most financial industries, particularly in the West, are ill prepared for this.

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Years of underinvestment by gold mining companies have created a looming vacuum in supply as the new Sharia Standard kicks in, says the head of one of the largest producers, Africa-focused Randgold Resources. 
"A complete lack of investment in exploration means we are headed towards a supply cliff," said Mark Bristow, the chief executive of the UK-based mining firm, in reaction to the announcement of a Sharia standard for the precious metal. Randgold is the largest gold producer listed in London with a market value of about US$7.7 billion. 
During the gold "supercycle" that began in 2005 and lasted until about 2011 the price rose more than three times from an average of US$513 per ounce to $1,664. Mining companies responded with a frenzy of investment, mergers and acquisitions. When the price run finally gave out many struggled to adapt and began cutting costs that included axing exploring for new gold. 
"Any new addition to demand will drive up price, as we saw with the Chinese led supercycle back in 2005," Mr Bristow said. If the prediction of UK-based gold trader GoldCore that another 500 to 1,000 tonnes of the precious metal will be needed is accurate, the pressure will be on producers. 
Today it takes at least five years to go from mapping a gold deposit to turning into a mine. Investors willing to risk the billions of dollars it can cost need to be found, and they must be prepared to wait years before seeing a return. Moreover, most new mines are being built or planned in remote locations. 
To feed the continuing need for cash, mining companies frequently issue shares. This dilutes the stock and causes wild fluctuations in share prices. This turns them into a speculatively traded stock rather than a long-term investment, something that Sharia investment forbids. 
Developing countries are where most of the new investment in mining capacity will go should a renewed interest in new mining ventures result from increased gold demand from Sharia investors. - The National.AE
In addition to potential boons in mining stocks, companies like Karatbars and Goldmoney have a leg up on many gold selling institutions through their ability to bypass paper markets and provide products and services directly to consumers and investors.  And this will will be key in marketing to the Islamic world since their processes do not involve the use of interest based gold instruments, or derivatives.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Gold price difference out of China now up to $5 more than in London or Comex

On Oct. 18 the spread in gold price between the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) and the London/Comex gold fix was a record $5 as the Eastern physical markets continue to ever so slowly pull away from the Western paper gold markets.

The SGE is the largest physical gold market in the world, and commenced declaration of its own gold price back in April of this year.  And over the course of 2016 they have intermittently increased the spread between themselves and the purely paper markets run out of London and New York.

Shanghai Gold Exchange fix times: 10:15pm est and 2:15am est 
London gold fix times: is at 5:30am est and 10am est 
Shanghai morning fix OCT 18 (10:15 pm est last night):  $1276.80 
NY ACCESS PRICE:   $1271.50 (AT THE EXACT SAME TIME) 
Shanghai afternoon fix:  2: 15am est:  $1274.31 
NY ACCESS PRICE:   $1269.70 (AT THE EXACT SAME TIME) 
Spread between each market at both fix times:  $5 difference - Silver Doctors
As this difference in price continues to expand, it will eventually create an price evaluation where gold miners will stop selling their products to the Comex or LBMA, and find it more affordable and profitable to ship their gold to Chinese markets..  Likewise, it will also eventually lead to an arbitrage where traders will buy all the gold up in both London and New York, and then sell it to Shanghai causing an asset flight from West to East.

Friday, April 15, 2016

When the SGE declares its own gold price next week, the arbitrage battle for gold really begins

April 19 is the expected day the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) is to declare its own Yuan denominated gold price in the world's largest physical gold market, and we are now less than four days away from what could be a radical sea change in the entire precious metals industry.

This is because no one yet knows at what price the SGE is expected to open with next week, but since the market currently marks up gold sales with as much as a 40% premium already, chances are extremely good that it will be much higher than the price long controlled by London and the U.S. Comex.

And should this truly be the case, where China announces a price that is greater than the Spot price determined in Western markets, then part one of China's gambit will be revealed, and it involves an arbitrage scheme meant to entice a shifting of all metals Eastward, using the greed of the West to accomplish this.

An arbitrage is when one market buys or sells an asset at a much different price than another market, allowing customers and investors the chance to skim profits from the difference between the two prices.  And an example of this would be if the SGE offered a buy price of say $1600 in U.S. dollar equivalent, where the current Comex spot price is $1235.  This difference in price would trigger a run on the Comex, where investors would try to buy up all available gold contracts, demand delivery, and then sell it to the SGE and collect the difference in profit.  The result of course is that the West would suddenly be drained of all their gold, and now China would have sole control over the global gold market.

Analyst Dr. Jim Willie also spelled this out in an interview he did earlier this week.

The Chinese attack within the Gold market could hit Satanist bankers where they live, in the fire of mid-April.... The arrival of the Gold futures contract in Shanghai poses an additional risk for the Western banker cabal, a grand crime syndicate which extends to the energy firms, the military industrial complex, the big pharmaceutical firms, and the press networks. 
A real valid bonafide Gold contract which delivers physical gold would enable vast arbitrage to buy cheap in London and sell dear in China. Any acceleration in the arbitrage activity, combined with any sincere attempt to set the Gold Fix in a reasonable manner that puts equilibrium as priority, and the Western bankers will face the USDollar kicked to the curb and possible global boycott. - Rogue Money
It is no coincidence that one time London Gold Fix committee member Deutsche Bank came out yesterday and admitted to the fraud and manipulation that has long taken place in the Western gold markets, and these revelations will provide China a strong boost for their new pricing mechanism if/when it comes out next week.  And besides just investors rushing to leave the Comex and begin participating in the SGE, a more important group of metal players will just as likely do the same, and they are the miners and refiners of gold and silver who will gladly take their production and move East to finally get a price worthy of their output.