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New York (July 18)  Gold prices have pushed to their daily highs near midday Thursday, and have also hit a new high for the week. Traders... Read More
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New York (July 18) - Gold fell on Thursday as investors booked profits after the metal hit a two-week high earlier in the session on... Read More
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LONDON (July 18) - The dollar slipped for a second day against its rivals on Thursday on the back of softer U.S. Treasury yields after weak... Read More
 

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The delicate balance of forces at the Fed has been disturbed. The doves grew stronger recently, and with new governors coming, their strength may increase even further. Will gold warm up to them?

There is a moment just after the top of every credit cycle where positive momentum stalls before a new reality emerges. When the stall begins, as appears to be the case today, everything is still read positively.

Investors today have Hobson’s Choice. But they still don’t understand the options open to them. Thomas Hobson had a livery stable of 40 horses in Cambridge in the 16th-17th centuries. But customers only had a choice of one horse. They could...

If you have followed us since December 2018, then you know we were expecting a major bottom in the cryptocurrency market, and expecting 2019 to be very bullish. In February we wrote an article suggesting an imminent...

Both Gold and the Dow Index have in recent times made significant bull market signals. The Dow in 2016 when it broke out of a rising resistance line: The breakout was 17 years after the Dow/Gold Ratio peak, just like it did in 1982. Also...

Our researchers identified this critical Double-Top pattern in the Transportation Index after a very strong price rally on Friday, July 12.  Double-Top patterns are very important in terms of Fibonacci price structure because they reflect a complete price rejection...

Ray Dalio the American billionaire investor, hedge fund manager, and founder of investment firm Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds believes that it is “both risk-reducing and return-enhancing to consider adding gold to one’s portfolio.”...

“The desire for gold is the most universal and deeply rooted commercial instinct of the human race.” — Gerald M. Loeb

President Trump moved recently to nominate an avowed sound money advocate, Judy Shelton, to the Federal Reserve Board. That triggered a flurry of superficial and derisive references in the controlled media to Shelton’s past support of a gold standard.

Commodities were on mostly sound footing in the first half of 2019. The S&P GSCI returned more than 13 percent as of June 30, one of the best first six months in recent memory. It was not without its challenges, though.

Europe has found a way of circumventing U.S. sanctions on Iran. The governments of France, Germany and the United Kingdom have developed a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to enable European businesses to maintain non-dollar trade with Iran without breaking U.S....

It’s the ultimate “no-brainer” that serious American GDP growth (in the 6% range or higher) can only happen by eliminating the PIT (personal income tax) for the middle class.

The best performing metal this week was platinum, up 2.46 percent. The yellow metal jumped on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s comments spurred bets on a cut in interest rates later this month. Powell said concerns over trade and global...

The federal government will soon run up against its self-imposed borrowing cap once again. Current estimates are for the government to max out its credit limit at a little over $22 trillion in early September. Congress goes on recess in August, so there is some...

Gold is moving higher and steadily so. It’s hold north of $1,400 is impressive and worrying at the same time. We have seen record flows of late, with long term safe haven demand rising a pace. It was Germany last week and China this week, the flow of disappointing...

The market is now at record highs, and unemployment is way down. Even so, a U.S. rate cut is expected as early as this week. During his congressional testimony last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell raised concerns over slower global growth and trade...

Gold stocks just ended the week at a new 2019 high, while gold confirmed its breakdown in the most important – weekly closing price – terms. Who should one believe? Are gold miners leading gold higher just like it was the case many times, or “this time is different...

Gold and gold stocks especially continue to shrug off bits and pieces of bad news. No escalation in the trade war? The selloff lasted one day and the sector rebounded strongly the following day. Strong headline jobs number? Again, the weakness was a buying...

Last week, we looked at the idea of a national balance sheet, as a better way to measure the economy than GDP (which is production + destruction). The national balance sheet would take into account both assets and liabilities. If we take on another $1,000,000 debt...

I can no longer count how many times I have been told that “squiggly lines cannot predict the market.” Yet, anyone who has tracked us over the long term knows how successful we have been at predicting many major market turns and targets with these “squiggly lines.”...

Gold has exploded higher over the past few months, but how high can gold really go? Gold has exploded higher over the past few months, but how high can gold go? Not a day goes by, without hearing about "buy gold".

Dovish statements from global central banks recently aren’t the only reason for gold’s rise past $1,400 an ounce this week to levels it hasn’t seen in nearly six years.

The past year or and more have seen some strange behaviour by global weather. Countries in the southern hemisphere have endured extended drought while the northern hemisphere suffered weather extremes – extreme and often non-seasonal heat and cold.

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