Jan Skoyles

Articles by Jan Skoyles

Is there gold price manipulation going on? Absolutely. There’s no question about it. That’s not just an opinion.​ There is statistical evidence piling up to make the case, in addition to anecdotal evidence and forensic evidence. The...
Tech is the umbrella word for all things fashionable to invest in right now. Take the recent flotation of Snap Inc. (parent company of teen and narcissists’ favourite app SnapChat), everyone wanted in on the $20 billion flotation.
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert have interviewed Jan Skoyles to discuss how gold is the “Kardashian of Commodities” and “future-proofing your portfolio with gold”.
I was so pleased yesterday by the announcement that I have joined the Research team at GoldCore as it meant that I could finally start talking about it…and was back in a role that lets me indulge in my passion by researching and geeking...
Yesterday the gold price hit a two-week high ($1,324.40) thanks to a healthy mixture of safe-haven demand, a weaker US dollar index and, of course, perceptions over the FOMC. Thursday gave market participants more time to digest the FOMC...
Gold's drop last month was, in part, thanks to comments from Yellen that the FOMC would look at raising interest rates by 2015, due to the economic recovery. The poor jobs data on Friday seemed to put this into question and sent gold for...
Recently the gold price hit a new seven-week low and hence posted its first monthly drop of 2014. Bullion is out of favour at the moment thanks to riskier assets such as equities gaining popularity. A rally in equities markets, in both...
Gold has captured the imaginations of crime writers and film makers for years, but sometimes there are gold heists that you just can't make up.
The gold price has fallen nearly three percent in the last few days, however it has recovered some ground Friday morning. Concerns over tapering continue to impact market sentiment. US retail sales data for November showed a climb of 0.7...
With all this talk of war and tapering, it might be time to step back and look more at forces outside of human control and their impact on precious metal prices.

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China is the world’s biggest gold producer with more than 355 tons annually. Australia is second.