Interesting Readings for June 18, 2010

The Budget Speech of February 2010 had announced a `Technical Advisory Group for Unique Projects’ (TAGUP). The press release about creation of this group is out.

Anil Padmanabhan looks back at year 6 of the UPA.

Heather Timmons and Hari Kumar in the New York Times on the carnage on India’s roads.

NSE does . . . → Read More: Interesting Readings for June 18, 2010

The Truth: There is Zero Gold in the LME’s Vaults

There has been a lot of speculation recently about how much gold is held in London against unallocated accounts, see some examples below:

Bix Weir: “… stay away from COMEX/LME good delivery gold and silver bars …”

Arnold Bock: “… there is little bullion in storage at the London Metals Exchange or New York’s . . . → Read More: The Truth: There is Zero Gold in the LME’s Vaults

Economic Stabilization Measures And Their Effect On The Consumer

Trace: Welcome back to the RunToGold Podcast. This is Trace Mayer. And I have with us a special guest, Bill Laggner of Bearing Asset Management. Welcome Bill.

Bill: Trace, good to hear from you today.

Trace: Wonderful. Now can you tell us a little bit about Bearing Asset?

Bill: Trace, we run a hedge . . . → Read More: Economic Stabilization Measures And Their Effect On The Consumer