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New York (June 19)  Gold futures finished with a modest loss on Wednesday, easing back after settling a day earlier at their highest in 14... Read More
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New York (June 19)  Despite more pressure from the U.S. President Donald Trump to cut rates, the Federal Reserve announced that it is... Read More
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Gold and mining stocks just closed at a new yearly high. Silver is not even close to reaching such levels, and gold is already back below where it was trading 24 hours ago. Can these breakouts be trusted? Do they have a lasting power? To answer that, we better...

GBI saves money financing Auvere™ 24k jewelry, with a Monetary Metals lease. Scottsdale, Ariz, June 17, 2019—Monetary Metals announces that it has leased gold to Gold Bullion International, to support the rapid growth of GBI’s fine 24k gold jewelry business, Auvere...

I’m not the only analyst who has concluded that lower rates likely will not re-stimulate housing market activity. As I’ve argued in my Short Sellers Journal, the “pool” of potential homebuyers who can qualify for a mortgage has greatly diminished. In fact, mortgage...

Our research team believes Silver could be the Sleeper Rally setup of a lifetime for investors if the global economic cards continue to get scattered and crumpled over the next 10+ years.  The recent rally in...

As our research team continues to pour over the charts and look for any signs of direction regarding tomorrow’s Fed news, we put together a couple the charts that may highlight some expectations and in at what the markets may do the rest of the week. 

The amount of discussion I am seeing on television, as well as in print, regarding what the Fed is going to do just amazes me. Are people this oblivious to the realities around them?

Gold prices have risen in all currencies today and especially in British pounds with gold having risen 1.5% to £1,078/oz. Concerns regarding the weak UK economy and Brexit fears continue to weigh on sterling.

With gold enjoying its best week of the year, with the Daily Sentiment Index charging northward, with the Relative Strength Index (RSI) pressing 72 for the GLD, with the RSI for GDX pushing 75, and finally, with the newsletter community all falling on top of...

Who wouldn’t know the Spaghetti Western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? In today’s analysis, we have important pieces of economic data starring in the first two roles. Retail sales and industrial production rebounded in May, while the Empire State...

It’s my firm belief that most Americans are living in a fantasy world where a superhero named President Trump is going to negotiate fabulous “America-first” trade deals with cowering governments around the world… and Americans will then magically relive the 1950s...

“Shanghai Gold will change the current gold market with its ‘consumed in the East but priced in the West’ arrangement. When China has the right to speak in the international gold market, the true price of gold will be revealed.” – Xu Luode, Chairman, Shanghai Gold...

The US deficit this year is already over three-quarters of a trillion dollars, putting the first eight months of the fiscal year almost equal with the entire past fiscal year. It is also $200 billion above the previous record for this portion of the year, and this...

Gold and silver have weakened yesterday…and have fallen from the 14 month high seen on Friday. Spot gold was down 0.4% at $1,338.30 per ounce in early U.S. trading. It surged to $1,358.04 on Friday, its highest level since April 11th, 2018.

Last week was a strong one for gold, which managed to eke out its fourth straight week of positive gains. The price of the yellow metal broke above $1,350 an ounce last Friday, while gold miners, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, tested their 52-week...

While some of you may be too young to know who Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are, they were a comedy team from the late 1920s until the 1940s. They appeared in 107 films, starring in 32 short silent films, 40 short sound films, and 23 full-length feature films. And,...

What a remarkable day Friday has been! Going into the U.S. session open, we have seen gold challenging its early-June highs. The barrage of geopolitical news has been deafening and gold had literally nowhere to go but up. But something “unexpected” yet totally...

We will start this off with a pet peeve. Too often, one is reading something about gold. It starts off well enough, discussing problems with the dollar or the bond market or a real estate bubble… and them bam! Buy gold because the dollar is gonna be worthless! That...

With things shaping up so well for gold, we can certainly take any short-term correction in our stride, and more than that, we can seize upon it as an opportunity to build positions further across the sector, whether by means of ETFs, stocks or options, and of...

As anticipated, SPX (and the market in general) gapped open and pushed higher to 2994 last Monday, and closed at 2886. It gapped even higher to 2910 on Tuesday morning but started to retrace immediately, and closed near its low of the day. The last three days, the...

The last three years have been extremely difficult for metals enthusiast.  If you speak with them, you would assume that gold has been going down for the last three years.  Well, at least that is the impression you would get based upon their “sentiment.”

One of the biggest movers of the day on Friday was the US dollar.  The US stock market appeared very weak prior to the opening bell and precious metals, especially gold, appeared to be rocketing higher.  Almost right from the open, the markets washed out the fear...

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In 1934 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt devalued the dollar by raising the price of gold to $35 per ounce.