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Gold plunged today as the steep but orderly decline from a “Matterhorn” top gave way to a stampede for the exits as blind panic set in - normally a symptom of a bottom. The “Matterhorn” top is so called because it involves a market that...
The action on Friday was characteristic of a reversal and it was sector wide with Reversal Days showing up in the charts of the gold stock indices and many gold and silver stocks. The action in the metals themselves was less convincing,...
The growing risk of a snapback rally by the dollar, highlighted as a danger in the big article on the site at the weekend and in the last Gold Market update, became reality today, precipitating a bloodbath in gold and silver and Precious...
The purpose of this update is to draw readers' attention to the performance of Silvercrest and its future upside potential. Silvercrest was recommended on the site back in January at the optimum moment a few hours before it broke out from...
Gold and Silver ended the week on a very strong note, and the questions on many investors and traders minds include, of course, how much farther has this bull market run got to go, and could we see further acceleration from here?
Gold fell heavily today, and although it was a large one-day drop, it was not unreasonable given the size of the decline in silver and the rally in the dollar. Although gold was certainly overbought and pushing its normal overbought limits...
As long-time subscribers to www.clivemaund.com are aware, I have a marked tendency to recommend the sale of things that become extremely overbought, which is generally a reasonable stance as I also have a similar tendency to recommend them...
Having broken out upside from its 3-month long trading range, which was not expected in the last update, gold is now theoretically in position to continue to advance, and may end the current intermediate uptrend by staging a vertical...

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Minting of gold in the U.S. stopped in 1933, during the Great Depression.