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    Gold Moves Higher as Home Sales Move Lower

    Last updated 11 hours ago

    Commentary for Wednesday, April 23, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold moved up $3.60 today closing at $1284.20 in quiet action within a short $8.00 trading range. Most traders are waiting for the other shoe to drop but gold did hold the important 100 day moving average ($1277.00).

    Aggressive sellers may drop out of the sky when gold approaches a key support level. This trading action triggers sell stops and gold is driven lower by short-traders. This has happened on numerous occasions since the gold peak in 2011 and is responsible for pushing gold to $1180.00 by the end of 2012.

    And it might have happened again yesterday when 480,000 ounces of gold traded in one minute on the electronic Comex platform. But this time the support did not break and gold rebounded from the lows and finished slightly higher today. It is too soon to say if this is significant but it does show that the short traders are not in complete control. Technically especially short-term I am not happy but it is good for the physical trades especially when these bear raids are not so easy pickings. 

    This from Bloomberg (Debarati Roy and Nicholas Larkin) - Gold Futures Rise From a 10-Week Low on U.S. Home Sales - Gold futures, trading little changed, rebounded from a 10-week low as falling U.S. home sales triggered concern that the economy still faces challenges, boosting demand for haven assets. Sales of new homes dropped to the lowest in eight months, Commerce Department data showed today. Gold rebounded 6.6 percent this year through yesterday on concern that U.S. growth was faltering and as tension escalated in Eastern Europe. Ukraine resumed operations to oust militants from eastern cities as the U.S. said 600 troops will be sent for exercises in four countries bordering Russia. “Gold seems to be getting some bids after the disappointing home-sales data,” Frank Lesh, a trader at FuturePath Trading LLC in Chicago, said in a telephone interview. “Renewed tension in Ukraine is also giving it some support.” Bullion futures for June delivery rose 0.2 percent to $1,284.10 an ounce at 11:20 a.m. on the Comex in New York, heading for the first gain in four sessions. Prices touched $1,275.80 yesterday, the lowest for a most-active contract since Feb. 11. “Prices are finding some haven support as investors keep a close watch on the Ukraine-Russia conflict,” Mark To, head of research at Wing Fung Financial Group, a Hong Kong-based trader and refiner, said in a telephone interview. “Physical interest is also picking up as prices fall.”

    These are the changes in the largest gold Exchange Traded Fund (GLD - SPDR Trust) since our last reported numbers. We moved from 25,863,015 gold ounces on deposit (April 11, 2014) to the current holdings of 25,468,060 gold ounces on deposit (April 23, 2014). This means that fund has moved lower by 394,955 ounces over the last 12 days. In future newsletters we will track this number on a weekly basis which will provide a better short-term feel of which way speculators are moving in this exchange traded gold fund.

    Silver closed up $0.08 at $19.43 following gold but we have seen some bargain hunting in physical silver buying show up at the store.

    These are the changes in the largest silver Exchange Traded Fund (SLV – BlackRock iShares) since our last reported numbers. We moved from 328,869,119 silver ounces on deposit (April 11, 2014) to the current holdings of 330,599,095 silver ounces on deposit (April 23, 2014). This means that fund has moved higher by 1,729,976 ounces over the last 12 days. In future newsletters we will track this number on a weekly basis which will provide a better short-term feel of which way speculators are moving in this exchange traded silver fund.    

    Platinum closed up $3.00 at $1403.00 and palladium was higher by $3.00 at $786.00. Action here too seems sluggish given all the positive factors which might push prices higher.

    This from Chuck Butler (Everbank) is worth pondering - "The American middle class, long the most affluent in the world, has lost that distinction. While the wealthiest Americans are outpacing many of their global peers, a New York Times analysis shows that across the lower- and middle-income tiers, citizens of other advanced countries have received considerably larger raises over the last three decades. After-tax middle-class incomes in Canada - substantially behind in 2000 - now appear to be higher than in the United States. The poor in much of Europe earn more than poor Americans. The numbers, based on surveys conducted over the past 35 years, offer some of the most detailed publicly available comparisons for different income groups in different countries over time. They suggest that most American families are paying a steep price for high and rising income inequality."

    I quote the above because yesterday I read that gold bullion is more popular with the working class than the affluent. Why this is true is beyond me because in today’s America I can’t imagine a person of means not buying gold bullion insurance. I don’t give much credence to the “blow-up” scenario like we saw in 1929 but that does not mean this unfortunate end is impossible: an important point to someone with a lot of fiat money in the bank.

    I would also pose another question which is not often raised. If the size of the middle class is moving lower and gold is popular with those of lesser means could this support the price of gold into the next decade? This gold dynamic is already alive and well in developing countries like China and India. If the number of disenfranchised American citizens continues to grow will they turn to precious metals as a source of independence from government edict?       

    Just average walk-in cash trade today and the phones moved from quiet to relatively busy. The number of coffee pots we brew for the downstairs was off considerably today, a sure sign of a slow day. But our activity scale was high today (7) because we ran into several large gold sellers.   

    The GoldDealer.com Activity Scale is a “7” for Wednesday. The CNI Activity Scale takes into consideration volume and the hedge book: (last Thursday – 4) (last Friday – 4) (Monday - 5) Tuesday – 5). The scale (1 through 10) is a reliable way to understand our volume numbers.

    Live pricing on the site moves all bullion products up or down during the day. The Bullion Products link on the home page now includes our Bid (blue) and Ask (green) prices. Premium quotes vary with product and look like this - “spot plus $15.00” or “spot plus $50.00” and bullion products list them under the live prices on their respective landing pages.

    This makes product comparison simple and GoldDealer.com is the only precious metal site on the internet with this transparency. Live Chat is doing well and new customers like setting up their own encrypted accounts. We recommend upgrading old browsers to Google Chrome (free/secure) especially as our site becomes more advanced.

    Sign up for our daily Gold Newsletter on the Gold Newsletter page if you are so inclined. Also note that our old Specials Email list is not compatible with the new format so we have cleared all data.

    If you want to be notified about specials please check the appropriate box on the site. Also note that the email list for the Gold Newsletter and our Specials List are separate.

    Email confirmation using a PDF File when buying or selling is functional and includes payment instructions. You can now see the actual invoice or purchase order on your computer screen.

    When you buy or sell please check to see if we have your current email on file and that your computer will accept our email (no spam).       

    Our four flat screens downstairs with live independent pricing (BullionDesk.com) are a big hit with the cash trade. This live stream moves all buy/sell prices so the cash buying or selling public can see the markets move on a real time basis. Our site uses the same pricing model so no more guessing.

    Our best price guarantee (buying or selling) remains famous so call Kenny (1-800-225-7531) and get more money in your pocket. We guarantee your satisfaction and include our No-Nonsense Policy (NNP) which clients consider a welcomed extra. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @CNI_golddealer. Thanks for reading and enjoy your evening.  

    The Benefits of Including Precious Metals in Your Retirement Portfolio

    Last updated 16 hours ago

    It’s never too soon to start planning for retirement, and it’s never too late to improve upon your retirement plan. For decades, investors from all walks of life have relied upon precious metals for stable and profitable returns. Here is a quick look at why you should consider adding precious metals to your retirement portfolio:

    Precious Metals Have Intrinsic Value

    Unlike many companies in which people invest, precious metals cannot “go under” or plummet in value due to factors like PR blunders or changes in executive management. Gold, silver, platinum, and palladium are valuable now because they are not only beautiful, but necessary in many far-reaching applications. These metals have not gone out of style for thousands of years, and have become only more useful in fields like medicine and technology.

    Precious Metal Investment Options are Diverse

    There are many ways to invest in precious metals, so it’s quite likely that you can find an option that suits your needs. Bullion and coins can be purchased and stored at home or by a secure facility such as a bank or specialized firm. Stocks in metals and the companies that mine them can be purchased much like any other stocks. Even certain items of jewelry can prove to be sound investments.

    Precious Metal Values Are Trending Upward

    In recent years, the price of gold has climbed to unprecedented heights. Silver is on the rise and projected to grow much further. Precious metals are becoming more and more useful, yet there is only so much to be mined. As time goes on, these resources will prove to be increasingly valuable. Precious metals are good short- or medium-term investments, but as long-term investments they are nearly unbeatable.

    California Numismatic Investments can help you develop the secure and profitable investment portfolio you need for a comfortable retirement. Call our knowledgeable representatives at (888) 612-2679 to learn more about our gold dealing and investment services today.

    Gold Weaker Testing Short-Term Support

    Last updated 1 day 10 hours ago

    Commentary for Tuesday, April 22, 2014 – Gold closed down $7.40 today at $1280.60 so we continue to test support with lows on the day being $1279.00. 

    Traders will now watch gold’s 100 day moving average ($1277.00) for short-term clues but it might be a mistake to think that recent weakness is a trend or will even continue as gold might now be entering the “over-sold” range given the tight trading pattern.

    Working in gold’s favor are the usual suspects: higher oil, higher potential inflation numbers (PPI and CPI), recent economic growth supporting continued tapering and a weaker dollar.

    I appreciate some of these numbers are tenuous and the continued “none-buzz” trading atmosphere might suggest continued side-ways to lower price patterns. Still a small pop in physical demand and we could be off to the races once again.

    According to Gallup Economy (Lydia Saad) - Gold Still Americans' Top Pick Among Long-Term Investments - Percentage saying gold is best long-term investment down slightly since last summer - PRINCETON, NJ -- Gold leads four other types of investments in Americans' perceptions of which is "the best long-term investment," although the 28% choosing it today is down slightly from 34% in August. Traditional savings accounts or CDs have gained in support over this time, rising to tie stocks/mutual funds and real estate as the next-most-valued investments. Bonds rank a distant fifth.

    Silver closed up $0.01 at $19.35 in very quiet trading. It is trading well below its 100 day moving average ($20.17) and its 200 day moving average ($20.85) which could suggest it might want to test late January lows of $19.10. Still physical activity remains solid so the public seems to like cheaper prices.

    According to Paul Gilkes (Coin World) the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) recommended a change in the design of the American Silver Eagle. This committee is appointed by the US Mint and their recommendations are not set in stone but they do carry significance. The possible change is interesting because it may set up a possible two-tier pricing system: one for old design silver Eagles and one for new design silver Eagles. Will let you know if this new idea develops further and possible outcomes.  

    Platinum closed unchanged at $1400.00 and palladium closed up $5.00 at $782.00.  If your interested in platinum and palladium the Australian Platinum Platypus 1 oz and the Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz is very popular.

    Under the “real and unusual” a customer brought in currency from Zimbabwe. This note (50 billion dollars) actually is stamped with an expiration date (spend on or before 31st December 2008). The notion of hyperinflation is of course popular among gold enthusiasts but very over-rated in my opinion. So I asked the usual question which is “this note is from Zimbabwe so how typical could it be?” He then shows me another dozen hyper-inflated currencies and cites the Cato Institute which claims similar results in more than 50 countries over the last 70 years. 

    A look at the 30 day gold chart will tell you a great deal about this current trading range. Gold saw the range low of $1280.00 in early April when the technical picture began to improve and the bulls were happy. That run from $1280.00 to almost $1330.00 was ended in mid-April. Then the bears ruled, pushing gold below the important $1300.00 level. Given the economic and political data we have seen this past month it is curious that gold is not doing better and perhaps will once again push into lower territory testing recent lows ($1280.00).

    Should this happen the next stop looks like $1250.00 perhaps supported at that point by real physical demand? The price of oil remains above $100.00 which should also support gold but according to CNBC this morning the oil surplus could be as much as 7% higher than typical for this time of the year so a dip in oil prices below $100.00 would not help gold.

    At any rate we are once again stuck in a narrow trading range ($50.00) between $1280.00 and say $1320.00. This is not too exciting but considering gold is still in a long consolidation pattern the news could be worse. Again the market lacks buzz which is always a negative and leads to mischief. Watch for paper trading ploys in this market (either up or down) and stick with a long-term plan for accumulation.

    Watching this type of market daily is like watching the grass grow and does not help your financial planning. It is always good advice to develop a plan based on incremental buying and take advantage of weakness.

    Ignore the typical telemarketing ploy which states there is a fortune to be made if only you could find the right combination of products. This is always nonsense so diversify into things like silver, platinum, palladium and rhodium bullion. All of which are in short supply and cheap, avoid certified bullion products and stick with weight.     

    Walk-in cash trade was busy most of the day with fairly good size action with both buying and selling. The national phones were like a light switch, on and very busy or off and very quiet.

    The GoldDealer.com Activity Scale is a “5” for Tuesday. The CNI Activity Scale takes into consideration volume and the hedge book: (last Wednesday – 9) (last Thursday – 4) (last Friday – 4) (Monday - 5). The scale (1 through 10) is a reliable way to understand our volume numbers.

    Live pricing on the site moves all bullion products up or down during the day. The Bullion Products link on the home page now includes our Bid (blue) and Ask (green) prices. Premium quotes vary with product and look like this - “spot plus $15.00” or “spot plus $50.00” and bullion products list them under the live prices on their respective landing pages.

    This makes product comparison simple and GoldDealer.com is the only precious metal site on the internet with this transparency. Live Chat is doing well and new customers like setting up their own encrypted accounts. We recommend upgrading old browsers to Google Chrome (free/secure) especially as our site becomes more advanced.

    Sign up for our daily Gold Newsletter on the Gold Newsletter page if you are so inclined. Also note that our old Specials Email list is not compatible with the new format so we have cleared all data.

    If you want to be notified about specials please check the appropriate box on the site. Also note that the email list for the Gold Newsletter and our Specials List are separate.

    Email confirmation using a PDF File when buying or selling is functional and includes payment instructions. You can now see the actual invoice or purchase order on your computer screen.

    When you buy or sell please check to see if we have your current email on file and that your computer will accept our email (no spam).       

    Our four flat screens downstairs with live independent pricing (BullionDesk) are a big hit with the cash trade. This live stream moves all buy/sell prices so the cash buying or selling public can see the markets move on a real time basis. Our site uses the same pricing model so no more guessing.

    Our best price guarantee (buying or selling) remains famous so call Kenny (1-800-225-7531) and get more money in your pocket. We guarantee your satisfaction and include our No-Nonsense Policy (NNP) which clients consider a welcomed extra. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @CNI_golddealer. Thanks for reading and enjoy your evening. 

    Gold Weaker on Follow-Through Selling and Poor Technicals

    Last updated 2 days 10 hours ago

    Commentary for Monday, April 21, 2014 – Gold closed down $5.40 at $1288.00 in what looks like thin follow-through selling and some technical filling but, like the close on Thursday before Easter I would discount this action because some markets are still closed because of Easter. At any rate we closed lower but gold did hold above recent highs after testing $1281.00 to the downside.

    Gold has been hovering about the $1300.00 level unable to move higher even with numbers which indicate higher inflation and Russian aggression in Ukraine.

    Allen Sykora (Kitco) - MKS: Sell Stops Push Comex Gold Lower In Overnight Trade - Comex gold weakened in Asia-Pacific trade overnight as two rounds of sell stops were hit, says MKS (Switzerland) SA.  In early electronic trading, gold traded heavily, triggering stops to a low of $1,290.30, MKS says. “After briefly trading at these levels, a wave of buying in June gold alongside some solid demand out of Tokyo propelled gold all the way up to and above $1,300, trading as high as $1,301.50 before edging back down towards $1,299,” MKS says. “The market was quiet ahead of the Shanghai Gold Exchange fix, but once the Chinese market opened, a conglomerate of sell orders hit the exchange simultaneously, sending gold crashing lower. The metal found some slight support around the previous lows $1,290/91, but once $1,290 was given, a tirade of stops were triggered, smashing gold a further $8 lower before any kind of support was found.” Comex June gold traded as low as $1,281.80. As of 7:44 a.m. EDT, the contract was at $1,284.80, down $9.10 for the day. Much of Europe remains on holiday for a long Easter weekend, MKs notes.

    Silver closed down $0.24 at $19.34 now comfortably below $20.00. Even with these lower prices I don’t sense any buzz even though retracement has been substantial. Silver reached $48.00 in 2011 so today’s closed of $19.34 would mean we have seen about a 60% retracement. From a technical standpoint this is about as good as can be expected even in a trading market with no buzz. The biggest sellers these days in silver bullion continue to be 1 oz silver rounds, 90% Silver Bags and American Silver Eagle Monster Boxes.

    Platinum closed down $28.00 at $1400.00 and palladium closed down $30.00 at $777.00. The yearly low on platinum is $1375.00 and believe it or not the 777 is seen as a lucky number by some so I expect sales in palladium to be firm today even though overall action has been all over the place. Of the two PGM metals palladium has really benefited more (up 6.5% on the year) because of possible Russian sanctions.

    Today, after the Easter slowdown was a carbon copy of Friday. Business was slow, very slow in the beginning but steady to very busy before the day was over so go figure. The walk-in trade picked up about 11:00 in the morning and the phones got very active in the afternoon. Overall I was happy with the traffic especially considering today was supposed to be quiet as a few world markets are still closed for Easter observance.  

    The GoldDealer.com Activity Scale is a “5” for Monday. The CNI Activity Scale takes into consideration volume and the hedge book: (last Tuesday – 5) (last Wednesday – 9) (last Thursday – 4) (last Friday – 4). The scale (1 through 10) is a reliable way to understand our volume numbers.

    Live pricing on the site moves all bullion products up or down during the day. The Bullion Products link on the home page now includes our Bid (blue) and Ask (green) prices. Premium quotes vary with product and look like this - “spot plus $15.00” or “spot plus $50.00” and bullion products list them under the live prices on their respective landing pages.

    This makes product comparison simple and GoldDealer.com is the only precious metal site on the internet with this transparency. Live Chat is doing well and new customers like setting up their own encrypted accounts. We recommend upgrading old browsers to Google Chrome (free/secure) especially as our site becomes more advanced.

    Sign up for our daily Gold Newsletter on the Gold Newsletter page if you are so inclined. Also note that our old Specials Email list is not compatible with the new format so we have cleared all data.

    If you want to be notified about specials please check the appropriate box on the site. Also note that the email list for the Gold Newsletter and our Specials List are separate.

    Email confirmation using a PDF File when buying or selling is functional and includes payment instructions. You can now see the actual invoice or purchase order on your computer screen.

    When you buy or sell please check to see if we have your current email on file and that your computer will accept our email (no spam).       

    Our four flat screens downstairs with live independent pricing (BullionDesk) are a big hit with the cash trade. This live stream moves all buy/sell prices so the cash buying or selling public can see the markets move on a real time basis. Our site uses the same pricing model so no more guessing.

    Our best price guarantee (buying or selling) remains famous so call Kenny (1-800-225-7531) and get more money in your pocket. We guarantee your satisfaction and include our No-Nonsense Policy (NNP) which clients consider a welcomed extra. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @CNI_golddealer. Thanks for reading and enjoy your evening.

    Gold Markets Closed for Good Friday

    Last updated 5 days ago

    Commentary for Friday, April 18, 2014  – Both financial and gold markets are closed today in observance of Good Friday. GoldDealer.com as well as the banks and post office are open and we expect very slow trading conditions at the store which is usually the case over this religious event.

    There was late news Thursday regarding platinum as two large mines (Anglo and Impala) have agreed to union demands for higher wages. The increases in miner’s pay will begin in 2017 and this breakthrough in negotiations will likely end the 13 week strike which shut down platinum mining in South Africa. This strike did not push platinum prices higher because there was enough existing stock but the question remains as to what will happen as platinum mining becomes less profitable, a claim which has already closed some marginal mining operations.

    (Kitco News) - Survey participants turned bearish toward gold prices for next week in the weekly Kitco News Gold Survey after a swift fall in values this week. Out of 33 participants, 21 responded this week. Seven see prices up, while 12 see prices down and two see prices sideways or unchanged. Market participants include bullion dealers, investment banks, futures traders and technical chart analysts. Last week, a majority of the survey participants said they looked for prices to rise this week. As of 11:45 a.m. EDT Friday, Comex gold for June delivery was down $20 for the week. Those who see weaker prices said after this week’s selloff, the market could see further losses. “April 15 has not been kind to gold each of the past two years. This year didn't produce a record volume day or a $140 decline as was the case in 2013, but it probably has put the nail in the coffin for gold's upside potential. I expect gold breaks the $1,280/75 support in the week ahead and appears poised for an eventual re-test of the $1,200 area,” said Ken Morrison, editor of online newsletter Morrison on the Markets. Those who see higher prices said they believe the break gold suffered this week was too much, too fast, so they expect to see price rebound. “Gold could inch up next week, but the market will be watching economic news out of China; anything that suggests the economy is slowly dramatically would be negative for gold.  The other major recent concern—that the Federal Reserve might tighten soon—has eased and continued to fade … with Chair (Janet) Yellen’s comments on keeping interest rates low for a long time,” said Adrian Day, chairman and chief executive officer, Adrian Day Asset Management.

    You can see from the above commentary that the experts continue to be split as to gold’s direction this coming week. Actually this market found its legs early in the year but failed to perform because the higher ground was not reached for the right reasons.

    Gold expert Brien Lundin, (Gold Newsletter) makes this point nicely: “Western speculators began buying gold when the new year dawned, increased their buying when economic data started to weaken and then surged into the market en masse when Putin invaded Crimea. Then they left... leaving gold to fall back to where it began, and gold bulls to wonder what will drive the market from here. When you live by the sword, you must be prepared to die by the sword. That's the advice I gave to our Alert readers recently, as the crisis in Crimea cooled and the Fed Chair Janet Yellen mistakenly moved up the ETA for rate hikes -- two developments that sent Western speculators running from gold. They weren't in gold for long, or for the right reasons. Some had begun to "buy" just as the calendar turned to 2014, as they closed out the short trades that had handed them such rich paper profits in 2013. Others jumped on the trade as the price began to recover, thanks to the aforementioned short covering as well as renewed physical demand from China. In a self-fulfilling manner, the added buying improved the chart picture for gold and silver, which in turn attracted more trend-following speculators. In fact, up until the Crimean "election," we were witnessing a rare and fascinating event in the global market: both Western speculators and Eastern savers buying gold at the same time, albeit for entirely different reasons. Since 2001, we've seen such concerted buying episodes a few times, and each instance led to very powerful price gains in gold. So it was not surprising to see gold post very consistent gains through early march, culminating in a peak of around $1,385 on March 14 -- not coincidentally before the Sunday vote in the Crimea. Which brings us to the (sharp and painful) point: Western speculators were buying gold as a supposed "safe haven" as Russian infantrymen goose-stepped their way into Crimea. In truth, they were doing no such thing; they were buying gold because they expected others to buy gold afterward and therefore drive up the price. It was pure speculation, and nothing more. There is no logical reason why a Russian invasion of Crimea should translate into a higher gold price, unless you somehow deduced that the event would cause the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank to start printing fiat currency even more rapidly than they already were.”

    The walk-in cash and phone trade today was quiet because of the Easter observance.  

    The GoldDealer.com Activity Scale is a “4” for Friday. The CNI Activity Scale takes into consideration volume and the hedge book: (Monday – 5) (Tuesday – 5) (Wednesday – 9) (Thursday – 4). The scale (1 through 10) is a reliable way to understand our volume numbers.

    Live pricing on the site moves all bullion products up or down during the day. The Bullion Products link on the home page now includes our Bid (blue) and Ask (green) prices. Premium quotes vary with product and look like this - “spot plus $15.00” or “spot plus $50.00” and bullion products list them under the live prices on their respective landing pages.

    This makes product comparison simple and GoldDealer.com is the only precious metal site on the internet with this transparency. Live Chat is doing well and new customers like setting up their own encrypted accounts. We recommend upgrading old browsers to Google Chrome (free/secure) especially as our site becomes more advanced.

    Sign up for our daily Gold Newsletter on the Gold Newsletter page if you are so inclined. Also note that our old Specials Email list is not compatible with the new format so we have cleared all data.

    If you want to be notified about specials please check the appropriate box on the site. Also note that the email list for the Gold Newsletter and our Specials List are separate.

    Email confirmation using a PDF File when buying or selling is functional and includes payment instructions. You can now see the actual invoice or purchase order on your computer screen.

    When you buy or sell please check to see if we have your current email on file and that your computer will accept our email (no spam).       

    Our four flat screens downstairs with live independent pricing (BullionDesk.com) are a big hit with the cash trade. This live stream moves all buy/sell prices so the cash buying or selling public can see the markets move on a real time basis. Our site uses the same pricing model so no more guessing.

    Our best price guarantee (buying or selling) remains famous so call Kenny (1-800-225-7531) and get more money in your pocket. We guarantee your satisfaction and include our No-Nonsense Policy (NNP) which clients consider a welcomed extra. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @CNI_golddealer. Thanks for reading and enjoy your weekend.

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