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New York (june 25)  Gold prices climbed to a fresh six-year high Monday, while the U.S. dollar extended declines and some European... Read More
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Frankfurt (June 25)  U.S. equity futures drifted lower Tuesday, setting up the S&P 500 for its first three-day decline since early May... Read More
 

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Gold surged over $1,436/oz this morning, it’s highest level in almost six years as an escalation of US sanctions on Iran added to heightened geopolitical uncertainty and uncertainty in global markets.

Gold broke above the $1,400 level last week and the volume that corresponded the move was exceptional. The story doesn’t end there. The volume for silver was big and the volume for silver stocks was truly epic. Something very, very, very important is happening right...

Ladies and gentlemen, we have liftoff! After breaking out of a five-year trading range, the price of gold surged above $1,400 an ounce last week for the first time since 2013 on expectations of a U.S. rate cut. The 10-year Treasury yield fell to around 2 percent,...

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...

Let’s start with Frederic Bastiat’s 170-year old parable of the broken window. A shopkeeper has a broken window. The shopkeeper is, of course, upset at the loss of six francs (0.06oz gold, or about $75). Bastiat discusses a then-popular facile argument: the glass...

The third week of June went according to the game plan as the market’s price action just followed the white line projections as we demonstrated in real-time.

What happens to the gold price this week will likely set the trend for the foreseeable future. While many precious metals investors disregard technical analysis and key chart formations, you can bet your bottom dollar that large traders and institutions are watching...

Back on May 24, I authored my first article on gold in quite some time. As I noted in that article, there was not much for me to say until that time, as gold was clearly within the consolidation/pullback phase I had expected months before that.

“If it does move higher from here, there has been enough congestion created over the past few days for it reach between 2930 and 2950 while, during that time, remaining below the two resistance lines.”

Welcome to The Gold Update No. 501 ... and one we've been anticipating given what Gold has just done.

Gold busted out sharply higher this past week predictably after finishing its Bullish Cup and Handle pattern we were showing in development for months. Let’s take a look.

Two weeks ago the Dow Jones crashed into its BEV -7.5% line. My reaction to that was to become a bear on the stock market. Now ten NYSE trading sessions later, it’s advanced to within a half of a percent (0.41%) from its all-time high of last October 3rd. I became a...

The US Federal Reserve, the country’s central bank, did what many expected on Wednesday, and held interest rates steady, while signaling that a rate cut is on its way.

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Gold finally surged to new bull-market highs this week! Several years after its last bull high, gold punched through vexing resistance after the Fed continued capitulating on ever normalizing. This huge milestone changes everything for gold and its miners’ stocks,...

Bullion’s powerful rally this week has kicked this popular mining-stock vehicle into high gear. I haven’t tracked it in quite a while but aim to do so now, provided it remains feisty and interesting. In that regard, GDX looks like it’s about to ratchet up the...

Gold prices surged to a new six-year high today after markets digested the U.S. Federal Reserve signaling a move to looser policies and other central banks including the ECB made similar dovish signals.

The Federal Reserve announced they were leaving rates unchanged on Wednesday, June 19.  The markets were expecting this or a quarter percent price decrease.  Initially, the markets reacted to the news by moving to the downside recently. The markets immediately...

Gold has finally broken out to the upside. In Asia trading on Thursday, Gold exploded through the $1360 to $1370 resistance zone and was able to hold the gains throughout the day, closing above $1395/oz.

Many, many years ago, long before central bankers became rock stars, and during an era of true free market capitalism, to even imagine a Fed funds rate of 2.5% was to paint a backdrop of high unemployment, negative growth verging on depression, and sagging asset...

Super Mario delivered a surprisingly dovish speech. But he was shortly outshined by Super Jerome. Both key central banks have sent new signals to the markets for interpretation. Let’s read the tea leaves and make sense of the initial reaction in the gold market.

The gold market is looking a lot like it did early in the millennium, at the start of the bull market. It is setting up for a gold bull market that is likely to be way more intense than the previous one, due to the structural weaknesses incurred b...
At the beginning of last week, I was challenged with a wager on the gold price. The individual, who called me a “gold pumper”, wanted to bet $1 million on the gold price going below $1,000 before it reached the Maginot Line at $1,350. Since the...

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