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New York (Jully 20)  Mining Capital's Alastair Ford discusses the impact on the hold price this week following US President Donald Trump's... Read More
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London (July 20)  Gold prices edged up from one-year lows on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump expressed concern about the strength... Read More
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New York (July 20)  U.S. equity futures extended declines Friday after President Donald Trump said Friday he was ready to increase tariffs... Read More
 

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The trading action in the paper gold markets of London and NY this week further convinces me that gold is being pushed down in price by the western Central Banks similar to the take-down in the paper price that occurred in 2008.  The motive is to prevent a soaring...

With the first half of 2018 now behind us, it’s an opportune time to look at what's been happening in the Chinese Gold Market. As a reminder, China is the largest gold producer in the world, the largest gold importer in the world, and China’s Shanghai Gold Exchange...

When Pete Seeger wrote the famous song “Where have all the dollars flowers gone” back in 1955, little did he know that the total US debt which then was a few hundred billion dollars, would 63 years later be almost $70 trillion. But there is no ...

My research shows that this is one of the most hawkish Fed rate-hiking regimes ever. It has raised rates seven times during this current cycle and is on pace to raise the Fed Funds Rate(FFR) four times this year and three times in 2019...

In his book Nobody Knows Anything, my friend Bob Moriarty wrote about the difference between signal and noise. Unfortunately, much of the information in the gold space or what passes for such is really noise. Conspiracy theories around manipulation, price...

The recent currency and debt crises in Argentina and Turkey raise questions about the condition of the global economy in general and the emerging countries in particular. Are they merely isolated events without broader implications or are they canary in the emerging...

In the 2nd July Weekly Update we discussed the risk posed by the recent weakening of China’s currency (the Yuan), and commented: “We won’t know for sure until China’s central bank publishes its international currency reserve figure for June, but the recent weakening...

I always love reading titles to articles that tell me I am about to read a bunch of "reasons" as to why a market is going to do something. So, I thought I would write my own. When someone presents you with such an article, this is what they are really saying:

This market is in the “biggest bubble in the history of mankind,”  Ron Paul told CNBC’s “Futures Now” last Thursday. “I see trouble ahead, and it originates with too much debt, too much spending,” Paul said.

For every promising investment opportunity, you come across, there are multiple opportunities for bad-faith brokers and hucksters to try to rip you off.

The world’s greatest asset is on sale. In China, India, and the Western gold community, shoppers are happily placing small amounts of “golden groceries” into their shopping carts each week, and enjoying the price sale.

The first gold ETF was launched in 2003. Since then, ETFs have revolutionized the gold market. How? And, by the way, what is the relationship between gold and climate change?

The markets are in serious trouble as the extreme oil price volatility continues to devastate the global economy.  Investors and analysts today are totally clueless because they have become the frogs burnt to a crisp in the frying pan.  Over the past several decades...

– Global debt time bomb surges to nearly a ‘Quarter Quadrillion’ ($250T). – “The $247 trillion global debt bomb”  Washington Post warn.

The market went according to expectations and projections in the second week of July after the first week's huge bull reversal week. The bulls were able to retain their bull train momentum from the prior week and managed to do a decent job on the standard...

For those that follow me regularly, you will know that I have been tracking a set-up for the SPDR Gold Trust ETF (NYSEARCA: GLD), which I analyze as a proxy for the gold market. I also believe that gold can outperform the general equity market once we confirm a long...

The economies of the world are at an inflection point.  Enough data points have now presented themselves to be able to see the outlines of a major shift in the markets of the world.  We are at a pay attention moment.  There comes a time when a successful investor...

In looking at the charts for Gold, Silver and Mining Stocks, it is clear that patterns and wave mappings suggest a bottom is fast approaching, and the start of a major new Bull Market is next. This comes at the same time that sentiment is at extreme pessimism, the...

In part I The Great Reset , we said that a reset is a terrible thing. The closest example is the fall of Rome in 476AD, in which more than 90% of the population of the city fled or died. No one should wish for this to happen, but we are unfortunate to live under a...

Gold speculators increased both long and short positions on the week with minimal positional change. Gold producers & merchants cut both long and short positions which suggests gold is being driven by speculators and true physical market activity is low.

– Trump, Russia and Brexit and resulting impact on gold and silver coin and bar demand. – Global demand for gold and silver is mixed but overall sentiment is poor and depressed. – U.S. bullion demand fell, UK demand lackluster despite Brexit, German demand is strong...

Large precious metals speculators slightly raised their bullish net positions in the Gold futures markets this week, according to the latest Commitment of Traders (COT) data released by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on Friday.

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Minting of gold in the U.S. stopped in 1933, during the Great Depression.