Articles by Stewart Thomson
A number of top bank economists have turned bullish on gold in the past few months. That’s helping to boost confidence amongst thousands of Western gold community investors.
There’s a widespread belief that Western investors only buy strength, while Eastern investors only buy weakness. That’s not completely accurate.
Recent liquidity flows on the COMEX suggest the gold market may need to retrace some of the recent gains, before moving higher.
Has gold topped out, or is it beginning a new leg higher? A persuasive argument can be made that gold staged an upside breakout last night.
Global fundamentals for gold are bullish. Let’s do a quick review of the facts. Narendra Modi has been elected to build gold-obsessed India into the world’s largest economy.
Today is a very important day at City Hall in London, England. Central bank research group OMFIF is presenting a blockbuster report on public sector spending. I think that everyone in the global gold community should take note of it.
Technically, all sectors of the gold market look bullish. Regardless of whether a daily chart, weekly chart, or a monthly chart is used, all technical lights are green.
Liquidity flows into or out of the “love trade” (gold jewellery) and the “fear trade” (inflation and financial system risk), are the two main drivers of the price of gold. The strongest gold jewellery buyers are in India, and the election...
Today is expiry day for gold options. I’ve suggested that gold is unlikely to begin a trending move until options on the June COMEX contract expire.