James Anderson

James Anderson has both worked and invested in the physical investment grade bullion markets before the 2008 global financial crisis. His twitter handle is @JamesHenryAnd and he authored SD Bullion’s complementary '21st Century Gold Rush Book.'

James Anderson Articles

Welcome to this week's bullion update at SD Bullion were we examine Bank Runs in China past, present, and potential future.
With this recent Fed Repo Loan RAMP$ now was a good time as any to remind all Gold-Eagle.com readers where the last 2007 repo loan fiasco eventually led to big bank failures.
The following is a deep dive into past Gold Price History. Most website visitors here on Gold-Eagle.com are from the USA and for that reason, we will begin with a gold price chart covering more than the last 700 years. Leading into the US...
First I want to present you with perhaps macro undervaluation chart of this 21st Century. That is the lowest about 100 years of time that commodity valuations versus the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA.
Recently just over 8,000 large central bank sized - four hundred troy ounce gold bars - or put more bluntly, 100 tonnes of gold bullion - were carefully transported by armed guards under the cover of darkness.
Below is a quick 10-minute update covering how gold bullion is continually accounting for our fiat financialized world having now made new record-sized promises much of which will not be delivered in full, if at all.
The 75th Anniversary of the Bretton Woods Agreement is now upon us. Trouble is now for almost 50 years; the world has been running on a volatile boom-bust fiat currency, increasingly financialized, monetary and credit standard.
During a week in which the head of the Federal Reserve explicitly downplayed the USA’s return to the Gold Standard, we spoke with longtime commodity trader, Vince Lance of Echobay Partners.
The melting point of gold is 1337.33 K (1064.18 °C, 1947.52 °F).

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