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Vast China Gold Reserves Just Added 470 Tons with Huge Undersea Find

This month, already vast China gold reserves grew even larger...

The Shandong Provincial No. 3 Institute of Geological and Mineral Survey announced on Nov. 9 it discovered a 470.4-ton gold deposit in the East China Sea. That's the largest and first-ever undersea gold mine found in the country. At the current price of gold, that amount is worth roughly $16.4 billion.

China has noticeably increased efforts to mine and stockpile gold this year.

The Red Dragon's lust for the yellow metal will come as no surprise to regular Money Morning readers. Resource Specialist Peter Krauth has frequently noted China's high gold demand - and what the country intends to do with its growing store of wealth...

[WARNING] China, Russia Create Own Gold Market to Take Down U.S. Dollar

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China and Russia have finally had enough of Western central bankers' clandestine gold market manipulation to prop up the U.S. dollar.

F. William Engdahl, an American-German economic researcher and best-selling geopolitical author, was quoted by business blog Sputnik on Aug. 16. He said that Russia, China, and other emerging economies are involved in & the genial move & to establish an entirely different gold market.

& They stand to add to the new energy surrounding a renaissance in gold as a support of solid, well-based currencies to replace the diluted and devalued dollar system...&

Get the full story here...

Insatiable China Gold Demand Is Ruining Ecuador's Tribal Lands

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China gold demand is insatiable, and its next target is the rainforest of Ecuador. While socialist President Correa sold out to China, the indigenous population is fighting back.

"To get the gold, they will have to kill every one of us first," Shuar chief Domingo Ankwash told Salon journalist Alexander Zaitchik in February.

Can Ecuadorians stop China's march for gold? Here's the full story...

China Gold Reserves Rise to Threatening Level

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No one knows exactly how much gold China has. Last disclosed in April 2009, China gold reserves were at 1,054 tonnes. At least, that was the official number given.

You see, China only reports its gold reserves every few years.

While we don't know exactly how much gold China has, we do know one thing: it is accumulating more.

And we also know that with enough gold, China could collapse the U.S. dollar. Here's the story behind China gold reserves and its hold over the U.S. dollar...

1,600 Reasons to Buy Gold Now

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Gold fell by 28% in 2013. That's a huge reversal of a decade-plus trend.

Between 2001 and 2012, gold managed positive gains every single year, a track record unmatched by any major asset.

The precious metal went from a low of $255 in April 2001 to a high of $1,900 in September 2011, for a peak return of 745%.

Since then, gold has given back 35% from its $1,900 high, leading many to call the end of the gold bull market.

But is it really finished?

By looking at history and numerous indicators, I've found a different story.

One that will jumpstart your 2014 profits...