My posts on Sharpspixley.com so far this month

Readers of lawrieongold.com will be aware that I also write articles for the Sharps Pixley website.  In case you’ve missed these and would like to read them links to those I’ve published there so far this month are set out below:

Further thoughts on peak gold

18 May 2018 – Additional thoughts on peak gold following a couple of emails from Jeff Christian of the CPM Group which agree that Ian Telfer’s assertion that all major gold deposits have been found already is, at best, premature.

Lawrence Williams

Peak gold according to Ian (Telfer)

17 May 2018 – Goldcorp chairman and industry doyen, Ian Telfer, reckons we are at peak gold – or thereabouts – a view with which we would agree, but also says allthe mega gold deposites to be found already have been – with which we would take issue.

Lawrence Williams

Mixed forecasts on platinum

16 May 2018 – Two detailed reports on platinum at the start of London Platinum Week come up with differing opinions on some aspects of the market, although have broadly similar conclusions overall.

Lawrence Williams

Gold ETF inflows up sharply in April – WGC

14 May 2018 – While equity markets and the gold price have remained flat so far this year one area of encouragement for gold investors may be a reportedly high level of gold inflows into gold ETFs in April.

Lawrence Williams

China’s official gold reserves unchanged – again

08 May 2018 – The Chinese central bank has yet again released an unchanged gold reserve tonnage for the end of April, while its overall forex reserves have hit a five-month low, due – so officials say – to dollar strength against other leading currencies.

Lawrence Williams

Chinese gold demand way up in April

05 May 2018 – Using the latest Shanghai Gold Exchange gold withdrawal figures as a guide to demand, the latter is picking up nicely with April withdrawals well up on those of the past few years.

Lawrence Williams

Q1 gold demand lowest for 10 years

03 May 2018 – The latest Gold Demand Trends report from the World Gold Council sees Q1 gold demand at its lowest for 10 years due almost entirely to a fall in investment demand in key markets. Other demand sectors are somewhat similar or up on a year ago.

Lawrence Williams

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