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Alex Demolitor

Alex Demolitor hails from Canada, and is a cross-asset strategist who has extensive macroeconomic experience. He has completed the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program and specializes in predicting the fundamental events that will impact assets in the stock, commodity, bond, and FX markets. His analyses are published at GoldPriceForecast.com.

Alex Demolitor Articles

While looser monetary policy may seem bullish in the short term, the medium-term ramifications could upend the yellow metal.
Despite material struggles across other areas of the commodities market, the yellow metal remains relatively elevated.
While geopolitical conflict has kept gold afloat, mining stocks’ weakness signals trouble ahead. While risk assets attempt to break free of their bearish corrections, gold’s relative outperformance has the yellow metal shining bright....
While the recent Israel-Hamas turmoil helped boost the yellow metal, the domestic fundamental outlook is much less supportive.
Despite all of the fundamental components in place for a rally, gold remained relatively weak on Sep. 28.
While the crowd believed the Fed when it proclaimed inflation was contained, another mistake is unfolding as we speak. 
Is the hype real, or is it a mirage? With silver and mining stocks declining sharply on May 11, the PMs' volatility was on full display. And while base effects provide the trio with inflation cover through June, the second half of 2023...
Despite their deteriorating fundamental outlooks, any whisper of a bank run sends gold, silver, and mining stocks higher. Yet, while a potential GFC re-enactment is bearish for the PMs, investors are enthusiastic to bid up the trio,...
While the 2011 analog paints an optimistic portrait for gold, silver and mining stocks, a re-enactment of the last debacle is unlikely to unfold this time around. Back then, gold soared amid the debt ceiling chaos, while the USD Index was...
With the PMs outperforming on Apr. 20 despite the S&P 500’s struggles, the crowd continues to assume that what’s bad for other risk assets is good for gold, silver and mining stocks. However, reality paints a much different portrait,...

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