Adrian Ash

Adrian Ash is head of research at BullionVault, the physical gold and silver market for private investors online. City correspondent for Bill Bonner’s Daily Reckoning from 2003 to 2008, and previously head of editorial at London's top publisher of private-investment advice, Adrian is now a regular contributor to many leading analysis sites including Forbes and Gold-Eagle, and a regular guest on the BBC as well as international broadcasters. His views on the gold market are frequently quoted by the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, MarketWatch and many other leading new outlets.

 

Articles by Adrian Ash

PUTTING GOLD into your investment portfolio typically signals a lack of faith in other people. Or at the very least, a healthy question mark. Yet even as governments everywhere give investors new reasons to find doubts, the trend is no...
The WHOLESALE price of gold bounced hard Tuesday lunchtime in London from new 3-month lows, regaining $10 per ounce from $1255 as European shares rose but US stock futures pointed lower.
PRECIOUS METALS rose Monday morning in London, with gold recovering more than $20 of last week's $50 drop to trade at $1287 per ounce as world stock markets fell ahead of this week's technical default by the US government.
WHOLESALE and futures prices for gold dumped 1.8% inside 2 minutes Friday lunchtime in London, extending the week's losses to $50 per ounce at a 3-month low of $1265.
WHOLESALE PRICES in Asia and London for physical gold slipped again Thursday morning, dipping back below $1300 per ounce as politicians in Washington mulled a short-term fix to avoid the $17 trillion debt ceiling triggering a government...
The WHOLESALE price of gold gave back this week's 1.4% gains Wednesday morning in London, dropping below $1310 per ounce as European shares recovered earlier losses.
Price action isn't the big players' big concern in gold and silver right now... "FAITH and RELIGION," said Edel Tully of UBS, the Swiss investment and bullion bank. "Those were key themes," she said, summing up this year's LBMA conference...
The PRICE of gold halved yesterday's gains in London trade Tuesday morning, slipping below $1320 per ounce as European stock markets extended their drop and the US government shutdown continued.
PRECIOUS METAL prices were unchanged in what dealers called "thin, quiet" Asian and London trade Monday morning, despite increasing fears the US government will fail to meet its obligations in only 10 days' time.
WHOLESALE GOLD rallied from a 1-day low of $1310 per ounce lunchtime Friday in London, but was still trading 1.4% down from last week while European stock markets also reversed earlier losses.

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With gold stolen by Conquistador Francisco Pizarro from the Inca Empire in 1532, Spain financed its conquest of Europe.