Craig Hemke

Craig Hemke

Our Ask The Expert interviewer Craig Hemke began his career in financial services in 1990 but retired in 2008 to focus on family and entrepreneurial opportunities. Since 2010, he has been the editor and publisher of the TF Metals Report found at TFMetalsReport.com, an online community for precious metal investors.

Craig Hemke Articles

The battle continued in 2019, and rarely has the disparity been this sharp. And what do we mean? Well, on one hand, you have real physical gold. This is gold that you store yourself or at a trusted vaulting company. This is gold that you...
The year 2019 unfolded just about as we predicted in our annual look-ahead post entitled "2010+9". And that's nice. But it's all for naught if we fail to correctly forecast where we go from here. With that in mind, here's a first look at...
With just one, holiday-shortened day to go, it appears that Comex gold and silver will actually finish 2019 with "the best annual gains since 2010". That was a bold forecast when we made it back in January. That it has turned out correct...
With the expected price pullback underway, what can we expect for the remainder of the month and into year-end? Will the price action continue to resemble 2010, or will it play out more like 2016 instead?
Wednesday afternoon brings the conclusion of The Fed's latest FOMC meeting, and the remainder of this week brings all sorts of U.S. economic data. All of this will impact gold and silver prices...but in which direction?
Precious metals prices have rallied in 2019 as global central banks reverse their policies of tightening and rate increases. And now even more rate cuts and restarted QE are on the way.
You didn't actually think that a couple of indictments were going to change things, did you? By now you must understand that The Banks will continue to manage and rig prices until the time comes that it is no longer profitable for them to...
Back in January, we predicted that in 2019 the precious metals would see their best annual gains since 2010...and so far, they have! So now the question becomes: will the metals hold these gains and extend or will they fall back in the...
Wow, what a year this has been. Back in January, we predicted that 2019 would be the best year for the precious metals since 2010, and with four months to go, the metals look to exceed that bullish forecast. So today, let's take stock of...
As global interest plummets to historically negative levels—and as the U.S. bond market reveals a deeply inverted yield curve—it's time again to assess what all of this means for the precious metals investor.
The melting point of gold is 1337.33 K (1064.18 °C, 1947.52 °F).

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