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Arkadiusz Sieron

Arkadiusz Sieron

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Arkadiusz Sieron is a certified Investment Adviser. He is a long-time precious metals market enthusiast, currently a Ph.D. candidate, dissertation on the redistributive effects of monetary inflation (Cantillon effects). Arkadiusz is a free market advocate who believes in the power of peaceful and voluntary cooperation of people. He is an economist and board member at the Polish Mises Institute think tank. He is also a Laureate of the 6th International Vernon Smith Prize. Arkadiusz is the author of our monthly Market Overview reports.

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Will 2022 Be Better for Gold Than 2021?

(Kitco commentary) - 2021 was bad for gold. Unfortunately, 2022 doesnâ??t look any better, especially at the beginning. The end, however, gives the yellow metal some hopeâ?¦

Is the End of Transitory Inflation the End of Gold Bulls?

(Kitco commentary) - The debate about the nature of inflation is over. Now the question is what the end of transitory inflation implies for gold. I offer two perspectives.

Inflation risk: Milton Friedman would buy gold right now

(Kitco commentary) - Powell maintains that inflation is transitory, but the monetary theory of inflation suggests otherwise. So, elevated inflation could stay with us!,

The Impact of Brexit on the U.S. Economy and Gold Market

In the previous edition of the Market Overview, we analyzed briefly the consequences of Brexit vote.

What Would Future EU-UK Relations Look Like?

How to Use the CoT Report in Gold Investing?

The CoT report enables investors to peek behind the scenes of the gold futures market and to better understand the psychology of the marketplace and, thus, get a better idea of futures moves on the market.

Do ETFs’ Flows Drive the Gold Price?

Comex Gold Rigging - Fact or Myth?

Is the Gold Price Manipulated? Part IV

We have examined the major theories of manipulation in the gold market, so letâ??s deal with other interesting problems: high-frequency trading, declining inventories in Comex, London bias and gold leasing.

Is the Gold Price Manipulated? Part III

The belief in manipulation in the gold market is associated with the notion of discrepancies between the paper and physical price of gold. The latter is artificially set lower by futures markets creating tons of synthetic gold.