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New York (Sept 2)  Gold fell to the lowest in more than two months in New York as a stronger dollar curbed demand for a protection of... Read More
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New York (Sept 2)  The dollar strengthened, reaching a seven-month high against the yen, and government bonds declined before data that... Read More
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London (Sept 2)  Gold fell to its lowest in 2-1/2 months on Tuesday, breaking through key support at its August lows as stock markets rose... Read More
 

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The Central Bank policies of the last five years have damaged the capital markets to the point that the single most important item is no longer developments in the real world, but how Central banks will respond to said developments.
I'm starting to warm once again to gold. Like many of you, I never gave up on it, I had just grown too bored to care. With the bear market in bullion about to enter its fourth year, who could be blamed for losing interest? Gold has looked so punk for so long that...
Gold has a rough general tendency to decline during the week leading up to the release of the US Employment Situation Report (jobs report). Following the release of that report (Friday at 8:30AM), gold tends to begin a decent minor or intermediate trend rally.
Gold had a horrendous year in 2013 disappointing many of its supporters; however, 2014 started brightly bringing with it much hope for an attempt at achieving new record highs. Gold prices moved quickly from the $1200/oz level to flirt with $1400/oz by mid-March. The...

Using monthly charts I want to update more big picture views of where we stand in the financial markets.  This is just a brief summary [edit; okay it's

Gold and silver are at a critical juncture – either they break down to new lows soon or a major new uptrend is about to start. Which is it? – while we cannot be 100% sure either way, we can certainly attempt to figure which way they are likely to break.
In this Weekend Report I’d like to look at some of the Precious metals stock indexes as there was a fairly strong reversal off of the previous lows made over the last two months. It was one of those inflection points where the PM stock indexes could have gone either...
Evidence is mounting that SPX is coming to another inflection point. The warning signs are detailed in the Market Overview section (above). These, and the fact that September is notorious for being the weakest month of the year, combine to issue the reddest flag yet...
Modern achievements, especially in medicine and technology (fueled by cheap energy), have made the human experience longer and easier. Yet, at the base of it all lays the irrational man, still flinging immorality from the cages of his ongoing existential dilemma.
The European Union (EU) was created by the Maastricht Treaty on November 1st 1993. It is a political and economic union between European countries which makes its own policies concerning the members’ economies, societies, laws and to some extent security. To some, the...
U.S. markets and leading stocks continue to show strong and positive action, mostly early in the week. It really has been a great August, and that is rare, but it just shows that you must always be paying attention to things and can’t rely wholly on historical or past...
The lies and deceit coming from Western governments continue unabated, whether it is [Pollyanna] economic news that is non-reflective of existing reality or more false flag “war” news that is also non-reflective of existing reality. Whether it be Obama, Cameron, or...
Precious metals miners have successfully digested their sharp gains from early summer. The miners have continued to hold above key retracements as well as 200-day moving averages that are now sloping up. The miners, despite some fear from market participants remain in...
Back in 2001 Turkey produced less than 50k ounces of gold, an insignificant amount considering the geological potential of this transcontinental country. The prolific Tethyan Metallogenic belt, which covers a large part of it, offers an environment capable of hosting...
According to mainstream economics textbooks, one of the primary functions of money is to measure the value of goods and services exchanged on the market. A typical statement of this view is given by Frederic Mishkin in his textbook on money and banking. “[M]oney ... is...
In the previous post about ‘Gold Miners & Inflation’ it was mentioned that the 2013-2014 would-be bottoming grind in HUI has been almost exactly the duration of the 2010-2011 topping grind. Here is a visual to put with that statement.
TENSION between Russia and Ukraine as well as escalating violence in the Middle East have helped support the price of gold this week as it is often regarded as an insurance against financial and political risk.

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Brett Star: Possibly can be considered an attempt by the european central bank to square up looming account...
Vronsky: The first chart (basis monthly) shows the Euro falling below a multi-year triangle with an...
Lamont: German DAX stock index is also aching for a crash As a Bearish Rising Wedge heralds a looming...
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The melting point of gold is 1337.33 K (1064.18 °C, 1947.52 °F).