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New York (Sept 21)  U.S. stock futures rebounded on Tuesday as investors tried to shake off fears of contagion from a potential collapse of... Read More
New York (Sept 21) Gold prices are modestly up in early U.S. trading Tuesday, while silver is posting decent gains. There is still some... Read More
London (Sept 21)  Gold is flat this morning after recovering from the lows of $1742.29/oz the yellow metal trades at $1762.69/oz this... Read More
 

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Since LAST WEEK’S REPORT, the price action has been downwards. The price of gold dropped about $50, and that of silver $1.35. The gold-silver ratio rose to its highest level since the end of 2020.
The best performing precious metal for the week was gold, but still off 1.86%. Sibanye Stillwater, which has transformed itself from a South African gold miner to a platinum-group metals giant, branched out its reach this week to enter a joint venture to develop the...
The bad news is: there are no real prices of gold and silver available in the World today. It is useless to follow the investment recommendations put forward, all in good faith, by individuals such as Peter Schiff.

Chris Vermeulen discusses where gold prices could go next. Are recent price moves forming a bottom before the next leg up? Will critical support levels hold? Or will we see a whole number measured move to the downside?

Yeah, I know everyone is so certain that inflation is what we will be battling for the foreseeable future. The main reason why many of you are so certain we are battling inflation is because you are seeing prices rise on food and other items for which you shop. But, do...
The declining medium-term outlook for gold, silver, and mining stocks will eat away at the honey pot of US dollar bears. Get ready for bee stings.
Gold has been clobbered lately but a key metallic macro indicator remains in a long-term congestion zone. If it’s going to be cyclical ‘inflation ON’ we’d expect Cu/Au to break through and do what it has not done since a major inflation trade blew out in 2006-2008, and...
Bears had a rare chance to get short with impunity last week -- arguably the first such free-money opportunity since the bull market began more than 12 years ago. With the Evergrande saga unfolding in real time, shares appeared to be doing a Wile E. Coyote ahead of...
Approximately eight months ago, after I was shown some Christmas 2020 family photos that (unfortunately) included this humble opinionator, I decided that carrying a strong resemblance to Orson Welles at my age was not exactly a smart way to defy the insurance industry...
Last week Friday saw the London PM fix for gold back to $1755.95 from the PM fix at $1794.60 the week before and at $1823.70 two weeks ago. Silver was last fixed at a frightening new low London fix for 2021 of $23.01 and an even worse close in NY at $22.29 – bad news...
As penned in last week's piece: "...Now we hesitate to say -- in near-term context only -- that 'tis 'Game Over' in just a wee sense for Gold..."
Writing market commentary for an unremarkable market is becoming tedious.  The Dow Jones began struggling to get above, and then staying above its 35K level since last May.  It closed today at 34,584, only 2.92% below its last all-time high of a month ago.
Gold sector is on long term SELL signal. Our ratio is on sell signal. Speculation in bear market values. Watching for a potential head & shoulder top. Big trend remains down.
Today we watched a video of the Chinese demolishing dozens of high-rise apartment blocks per government mandate. This implosion video reached us on the same day that China’s largest real estate development company Evergrande seems ready to also implode its balance...
Global debt is nearing $300 TRILLION dollars. While many may say that it hasn’t mattered so far it appears to me that we are nearing a point where all of the excesses of the past 50 years are about to be called in. This global number is up over $36 TRILLION in just the...
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Gold continues to struggle to make headway, bogged down by skittish gold-futures speculators. They are loath to buy in quantity, because they fear serious downside from expected Fed tightening. For that same reason they are quick to flee as a herd, unleashing periodic...
So much money printed. Excessive debt. Even pandemic! And gold failed to hold gains. But that’s how markets work, no matter what gold permabulls say.
Last month marked the 50th anniversary of President Nixon’s suspension of the convertibility of US dollars into gold. This move broke the last, thin link between world currencies and the yellow metal, effectively ending the ersatz of the gold standard that we still had...
This year marked the 50th anniversary of President Nixon’s decision to unilaterally close the “gold window”. The impact of this move can hardly be overstated. It triggered a tectonic shift of momentous consequences and it changed not just the global economy and the...
We regularly take calls from Money Metals Exchange customers who have been taken for a ride by one of the many rare coin (or numismatic) salespeople who seem willing to say just about anything to earn their sales commissions.
A gold nugget can be worth three to four times the value of the gold it contains because they are so rare.
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