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New York (Dec 6) - Gold prices edged lower on Monday, pressured by a stronger dollar and rising expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve... Read More
LONDON (Dec 6) - The dollar rose on Monday against safe-haven currencies such as the yen and Swiss franc after some reassuring news on the... Read More
London (Dec 6)  Investment demand for paper gold remains lackluster as prices remain below $1,800 an ounce; however, physical demand for... Read More
 

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The dollar looks poised for another rally, to gold’s dismay. So, what’s the price target for the greenback over the winter months?
Last week we saw from a chart of the steep and narrow rising wedge on the S&P500 that Wall Street is teetering on the edge of a cliff. After a weaker close the previous Thursday and Friday, Monday last week started with a BANG out of the blocks in Asia to ensure a...
Early indications on Omicron virus suggests that it is hitting the “double vaccinated” more. USA, UK and half the world population is “double vaccinated”. If omicron hits mainly the “double vaccinated” then there will be a global slowdown.

In spite of political infighting and a bipartisan reluctance for rubber stamping Biden’s spending agenda, the economy is contracting at a record pace. Holding down expenses at the expense of economic progress is getting more expensive, daily. The result is increasing unemployment, in spite of plentiful jobs and rising inflation, in spite of spending reluctance. This confluence of negative energies is generating...

Mr. Market blew a great opportunity on Friday to scare the hell out of everyone, concluding the session with a mild short-squeeze rather than the devastating rout that Wall Street's years-long wilding spree so urgently needs.
Patrick Karim discusses the critical levels that silver, gold and bitcoin are all at right now on the charts.
In completing its 48th trading week of 2021, Gold settled yesterday (Friday) at 1784. 'Twas the eighth week this year that Gold has settled in the 1780s (the first occurrence being on 19 February). Indeed, Gold's median weekly settle price year-to-date is 1788. Yet as...
This week, the Dow Jones closed below scoring position, more than 5% from an all-time high three times; on Tuesday, Wednesday and again on Friday.  This is something that has not happened in the past year; three daily closes outside of scoring position in a single week...
I had thought that prior to this week, I had seen pretty much everything when it comes to the financial press shoveling out Wall Street “spin” in order to proper up the markets prior to the end-of-year bonus-calculating period. I was wrong.
In this video, I’m talking about yesterday’s rally in gold, what it changed and, most importantly, what it didn’t change. Did you know that gold price declined by just $1.60 last week (0.09%)? Gold stocks (the HUI Index) declined by almost 4%! Let’s just say that the...

Conventional wisdom holds that stocks and gold are inversely correlated, which is to say they move in opposite (or at least unrelated) directions because they serve different purposes in a typical portfolio.

The gold miners’ stocks continue to vex contrarian traders, toying with herd psychology. They blasted higher to a key technical breakout in early November, building bullishness. But that was soon dashed on the rocks as they plunged into late November, fueling...
“So you think that money is the root of all evil. Have you ever asked what is the root of all money?” -Ayn Rand Money used to be a stable medium of exchange and a store of value but that was in the days when there were sound monetary principles, mostly backed by gold...
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As we enter into the last month of 2021, I believe that many who were hoping for a return to “normal” after 2020 are a bit disappointed. While the economy has opened up a bit there are still a myriad of problems that have been created that will likely not be resolved...
Without question, investing in the precious metals sector has been a pain in the ass for nearly the entire 20 years I’ve been involved. The official intervention, which has become shamelessly blatant, is the primary reason. But also, speculative capital floods into the...
The hawkish revolution continues. Powell, among the screams of monetary doves, suggested this week that tapering could be accelerated in December!
The value of these super-abundant follies will trend rapidly to zero once margin calls and other bits of reality drastically reduce demand.
US democrats and republicans continue their exuberant battle over who is the best steward of the nation’s fiat money system.  Interestingly, a key question may be: Is this really a battle worth fighting?
You see a commodity going down, then it reverses and starts teasing you with an upward move… only to end up declining further. Is this the case now?
During the 1923 Weimar Republic hyperinflation, newly-broke Germans burned their life savings to keep warm or carted wheelbarrows of cash to stores to buy bread and milk. This wipe-out of an entire generation’s wealth led directly to Hitler and WWII, arguably the two...
China is poised to become world's biggest gold consumer.
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