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P. Radomski

CFA, Editor & Founder @ Sunshine Profits

Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA, is the founder, owner and the main editor of SunshineProfits.com.  You can reach Przemyslaw at: http://www.sunshineprofits.com/help/contact-us/.

P. Radomski Articles

Buy the rumor, sell the news. Gold remains bearish in the medium-term, as Russia may end up selling its gold to remain afloat and the USD is poised to benefit.
As history shows, gold and silver rallies based on geopolitical tensions are often short-lived. Yesterday, a hint of a trend reversal appeared. Don’t stop reading this mining stock analysis until you get to the part about junior mining...
To the disappointment of gold bulls, the yellow metal’s upward trend will not last long. Fundamentals have already taken their toll on gold miners.
Gold will benefit as long as there are turbulences on the eastern European border. It may be a short-term growth period, but it certainly won't last forever.
Gold and the USDX reacted vigorously to the worrisome news concerning Eastern Europe. However, only the latter can be calm about its medium-term future.
Gold continues to benefit from the market turmoil and has apparently forgotten about medium-term problems. Meanwhile, the rising USD and a hawkish Fed await confrontation.
The situation from less than a month ago repeats itself, and gold once again confirms that it likes international tensions. However, since history does rhyme, its upward activity may not last for too long.
In line with bearish bets, miners have thrown a match. Gold, however, doesn’t want to leave the ring without a fight. How long will it stay high?
The market was up, but mining stocks chose to reverse. Meanwhile, gold sent a clear signal to investors. So, when everyone buys, what happens?
While the EUR/USD held on to its ECB-induced gains, the bearish fundamental realities confronting the currency pair were confirmed on Feb. 7. To explain, while euro bulls think that the ECB will have a hawkish awakening, I warned on Feb. 4...

The melting point of gold is 1337.33 K (1064.18 °C, 1947.52 °F).

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