Friday, August 9, 2013

Weekend Chillout - Knocking on Heavens Door

With my new found passion for Platinum, up $70/oz since I made my purchase a few days ago - thanks Robert, I thought I would look for some African inspired music. Well whilst the song I found is not African the bizarre but amazingly good combination of Dolly Parton and Ladysmith Black Mambazo was too good to go past. But now I am left with a dilemma, is this Country or Western?

Crystal Dreams - The Ruby Miners of Afghanistan

From AlJazeeraEnglish

Silver Investors Betting on Recovery Prospects

Aug. 8 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Global Outlook," Bloomberg's Mia Saini takes a look at silver prices. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move Asia."

CNBC - There will be more stability in gold

FRI 09 AUG 13 | 02:10 AM ET

Martin Arnold, senior analyst at ETF Securities, tells CNBC they are not as hawkish on tapering as the market and think even when it begins it will be modest.

Is TrapWire Watching You?

From Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

GATA's Chris Powell on Suspicious Activity at the BoE and JP Morgan's Commodity Exit

From theprimeinterest

Snowden Snub - Russia 'disappointed' with Obama's reaction to asylum

From RussiaToday

Published on Aug 8, 2013
America is unprepared to build relations with Russia on an equal footing - that's how the Kremlin reacted to Washington's decision to call off Barack Obama's one-to-one talks with President Vladimir Putin. The US says it has little to discuss with Russia on such a high level after citing Moscow's granting asylum to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden as one of the main reasons for abandoning the talks.

Jim Willie - Out of Control Chaos Coming with Shortages of Gold and Silver

From Greg Hunter

Keiser Report - Lab Rats of Bankster's Policies

From RussiaToday

Published on Aug 8, 2013
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the lab rats of finance, economic, energy, health and agricultural policy. As lab rats, choice is not an option, so the lab rat population must submit to the experimentation being done upon them - whether from Monsanto or the 'healthcare' industry. In the second half, Max talks to Ross Ashcroft of about the Empire state of mind of the rentier economy in which predators are invited to feast on producers and a new Bank of England chairman, Mark Carney, hosts the rentiers with free money while the media discusses his stunning good looks and handsome neckties.