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Russia (Oct 20)   The world's second-biggest miner (Russia) is set to have a boost to its gold trading exchange after it was announced that... Read More
Paris (Oct 20)  Inflation data in Europe has flatlined slightly and this could keep some of the pressure at bay for the ECB and BoE. Many... Read More
 London (Oct 20)  Once again both gold and silver are heading into the European session higher. Gold is 0.43% higher trading at $177/oz... Read More
 

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With silver outperforming and key supports for the USDX holding, what’s in store for the precious metals in the upcoming months?
At the end of major economic cycles, shortages develop in all areas of the economy. And this is what the world is experiencing today on a global basis. There is a general lack of labour, whether it is restaurant staff, truck drivers or medical personnel.
Investors think they can just throw a dart at a commodity and it will go up. I suspect next year will be a lot different. Over a year and a half where commodities have gone straight up, and some of them have gone straight up...

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?

Lawrence Lepard Portfolio Manager and advocate of sound money, is our guest on this episode of GoldCore TV. With 40% of money in the US being created in the last 2 years, we ask Lawrence if the Fed is trapped. If so will this mean that it is going to be very difficult...
The stampede of dollars into the gold and silver markets has not yet begun. There is record demand for coins, rounds, and bars, but institutional money is still ignoring precious metals for the most part.
The best performing precious metal for the week was platinum, up 2.92%, largely moving with the Thursday surge in precious metals. Palladium surged to the highest level in a month as industrial users took advantage of low prices even as the ongoing semiconductor crunch...
Mining stocks were picked up by investors in the latest bullish wave. But these bad performers may be dumped just as quickly as they were bought.
Inflation fears are at a generational peak, pushing our stubbornly unfearful Fed chairman against a wall. He may yet prove right in saying inflation will be transitory, but for reasons that should comfort no one. In the meantime, the U.S. dollar seems resistant to the...
The 4540 projection which had been in effect since the March 2020 low has now been reached, but it is too early to call for an end to the bull market which started in March 2009.
When I recently missed James McShirley’s comments near the beginning of the Midas report, I was not aware that he was first occupied caring for his wife who was ill and then himself having to fight a losing battle against the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Nothing like living the prior week all over again, eh? First it was the lousy StateSide September payrolls number as we nauseatingly documented a week ago. Thus as you already know, that report rightly yanked Gold up some +20 points in less than an hour... only to then...
This week the Dow Jones rediscovered its primary purpose in life; to once again advance into market history, to inflate its valuation to something above its last all-time high of 35,625, seen last August 16th. It closed this week with a BEV value of -0.93%, less than 1...
The balance of trade is an important barometer of a country’s economic health. A trade deficit occurs when the value of its imports exceeds the value of its exports, with imports and exports referring to both goods and services.
Our proprietary cycle indicator is now UP. Gold sector is on long term SELL signal. GLD is on short term buy signal. GDX is on short term buy signal. XGD.to is on short term buy signal. GDXJ is on short term buy signal.
The battered gold stocks are bouncing hard, blasting higher over the past couple weeks! That’s despite the Fed still looking to soon start slowing the pace of its epic money printing. Fed-tightening fears had weighted heavily on the precious-metals realm since June....
The economic gurus and magic-chart advisors who told you inflation was going to be transitory or that it wouldn’t amount to much or even the dimmest of all who proclaimed it wasn’t happening at all could not have been proven more foolish and blind to the obvious all...
Insidious plans are afoot in Washington to give IRS officials another $80 billion for auditors and then unleash them on bank account holders. New, heavy-handed IRS and Federal Reserve controls along with other threats to financial privacy highlight the importance of...
Strong words, I know. Can I back them up? Well, what we see now – looking at various markets – does indeed look like the start of gold’s end.
The August CPI report makes it clear: inflation has already peaked. As the chart below shows, both the overall and core CPI have reached their fastest pace in June 2021. The former index surged 5.3% four months ago, while the latter soared 4.5%. Since then, we have...
Anyone that has bought a new or used car in the last year has faced higher prices and long wait times for delivery. This is all because of the very small but essential semiconductor, which is in short supply worldwide.
In 1933 President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 6102 which outlawed U.S. citizens from hoarding gold.
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