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Gold Trends Higher, Silver Stays Strong

crude Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 3:54 PM
The War in Iraq was a liberal social-engineering project, costed like $12 billion/month. The cost per American was $40/month for eight years (2003-2011). If you had actually been paying this bill from the get-go, your attitude would have been to 'cut and run' faster than Cindy Sheehan. It's time to stop the 'drama queening' and if you think we should have been in Iraq, and 'Operation Enduring Freedom' has national security value, then PAY for it!

The euro continued to gain ground against the dollar as precious metals prices moved higher. 

Gold was up $4.57 to $1,734.17 and silver also up $0.06 to $33.40, for a silver/gold ratio slightly higher at 51.9.

I’ve been stressing all week that the trends we see in precious metals should be taken with a grain of salt.  There was no trading in U.S. markets on Thursday and only a half-day on Friday; many traders took the whole week off and volume has been relatively soft. 

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