Gold depository could soon be on its way to Texas

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Texas’ gold depository is still in the works but officials say Texans will soon have a place to store their gold bullion and other precious metals. zentilia Getty Images/iStockphoto

 

 

  • A Texas Bullion Depository could soon be in the works
  • One proposal calls for building a facility in Shiner
  • A depository could be in place by late this year or early next year

Tarek Saab has a golden vision for Texas.

So he, and his company — Texas Precious Metals — set up a booth at the Republican Party of Texas state convention in Dallas to tell Texans about it.

“Texans as a group are some of the largest gold buyers in the world,” said Saab, chief operating officer of the company. “The only options they have to store it right now are in a bank or their home.”

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The Lesson for the World Coming from Greece

Can you guess where all roads lead in Europe? If you said Berlin, who runs the Troika, you win. This is always why they have a say in the Troika’s dealings.

 

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All mainstream news is painting the Greeks as the bad guys and the Troika as the savior of Europe. Quite frankly, it is really disgusting. Pictures of an elderly Greek pensioner have gone viral depicting what the Troika is deliberately doing to the Greek people trying to punish them for their own failed design of the Euro in a system that is just economically unsustainable.

The heartbreaking photographs of a 77-year-old retiree Giorgos Chatzifotiadis pensioner showing he has just collapsed on the ground openly in tears driven to despair outside a Greek bank with his savings book and identity card strewn next to him on the ground illustrates the horror the Troika is deliberately trying to inflict upon the Greek population. Continue reading

Allegedly melted bills a matter of national security, says Bank of Canada

OTTAWA – Disclosing details of behind-the-scenes discussions about tales of melting banknotes could endanger national security or international relations, says Canada’s central bank.

In response to a formal request from The Canadian Press, the Bank Of Canada released 134 pages of internal records — almost completely blanked out — concerning allegations its new polymer bills melted in the scorching summer sun. Continue reading