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Jim Grant: (Video) As Bullish as He’s Been on Gold BY SAMUEL BRYAN
Jim Grant didn’t hesitate when asked. He sees the price of gold is going up.
Grant made the rounds Wednesday, appearing first on CNBC, saying he thinks the US is already in a recession, and we can expect even crazier monetary policy in the future. Then he did an interview with The Street and made an emphatic prediction about the price of gold. See Video…
Midwest Jewelers Conference & Show – A new show with a history By Southern Jewelry News
BILL JONES, PRESIDENT OF SISSY’S LOG CABIN WILL PRESENT THE OPENING KEYNOTE AT THE
2016 MIDWEST JEWELERS CONFERENCE & SHOW.
The 2016 Midwest Jewelers Conference & Show (MJC) is the “new” Jewelers Educational Conference, a regional jewelry conference and show that has been held biannually in suburban Kansas City, Missouri for 16 years. The name change, along with a move to Kansas City’s downtown Power & Light Entertainment District, was made to accentuate a restructured agenda that eliminates “slow time” for vendor-sponsors, and consolidates educational and social time for jewelers and their families. The entertainment district location also offers multiple dining and entertainment venues that are ideal for entertaining family or customers. Read more…
Jewelry Trends 2016 BY JEWELLERY MONTHLY
Talking to Gary Ingram, the CEO of TheDiamondStore.co.uk, about 2016 jewellery trends and following the launch of their brand new collections, he made an interesting point. “Fine jewellery transcends age and fashion.”
When we asked him to elaborate, he explained, “I say that because our jewellery has so much meaning to our customers. We only sell jewellery items that are real – real diamonds, real gold, real gems – so they’re most often given as gifts of love. Apart from looking luxurious and reflecting personal style, they make you feel loved and treasured. That’s the real beauty of timeless jewelry.” Read more…
$15,000 home invasion jewelry heist never happened, police say KCCI 8
DUBUQUE, Iowa —An eastern Iowa woman has been sentenced for insurance fraud and filing a false report.
Stephanie Settle, of Asbury, Monday was given two to five years of probation, 30 days in jail, suspended, and a deferred judgment. Under a deferred judgment, the convictions will be wiped from Settle’s record if she successfully completes probation.
The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports that she must pay restitution as well. Investigators say Settle told officers a man armed with a knife broke into her home in January 2015, attacked her and stole about $15,000 worth of jewelry.
On March 4, she reported that a man had attacked her in her garage and cut her face, neck, arms and chest. Read more…