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Gold Demand Is Set To Rebound In Q3

Gold Demand Is Set To Rebound In Q3

The first quarter of 2018 saw gold demand dip to the lowest Q1 levels since 2008, during the height of the financial crisis. According to the World Gold Council, the drop-in demand was a function of the lack of investment into gold bars and coins, as well as, a decline in the demand for gold […]

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Gold Prices Tick Higher Following Fed And ECB Decisions

Gold Prices Tick Higher Following Fed And ECB Decisions

Gold prices appear to be headed for a positive week, following monetary policy decision by the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. The rally in gold prices is more pronounced in currencies other than the U.S. dollar. While the Federal Reserve increased interest rates and pointed to additional increases in 2018, the ECB signaled […]

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3 Gold Stocks That Could Bounce Back

3 Gold Stocks That Could Bounce Back

Gold stocks continue to disappoint. But these 3 miners could rebound nicely Once again, gold stocks are struggling. The VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDX) and the VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDJX) both have dropped about 13% from January highs. Both ETFs are down YTD as well — with performance lagging the S&P 500. More concerningly, once again, […]

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Gold News: GLD Has A Million-Share Minute

| May 8, 2018 | 0 Comments
Gold News: GLD Has A Million-Share Minute

In case you were sleeping Friday, or out enjoying some sunshine, the biggest single trade in GLD history crossed the wires at 1:22 PM.  For market watchers, seeing this gold news in real time was an interesting experience. A normal sleepy Friday trading in the gold world, then all of a sudden a huge volume spike, followed […]

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Why Gold Could Be About To Soar – Hint It Has Little To Due With The Fed

| April 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Why Gold Could Be About To Soar – Hint It Has Little To Due With The Fed

In June 1884, a local farmer named Jan Gerritt Bantjes discovered gold on his property in a quiet corner of the South African Republic. Though no one had any idea at the time, Bantjes’ farm was located on a vast geological formation known as the Witwatersrand Basin… which just happens to contain the world’s largest known gold […]

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Perfect Time To Buy Gold?

| April 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
Perfect Time To Buy Gold?

Should you be buying gold (GLD) right now? With all this crazy market volatility, is it a good idea? If you look at the monthly chart of gold, it’s about to complete an inverted head and shoulders pattern. And if it does, we should see prices trend higher. What’s interesting about a break higher in […]

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5 Gold Stocks To Buy Today

5 Gold Stocks To Buy Today

Given the market’s shake-up gold stocks have appeal It’s no secret that things have gotten a bit heady in the markets. Volatility has returned in a big way. And with the threat of a full-blown trade war brewing, gold and gold stocks are looking pretty good these days. The precious metal managed to finish up […]

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6 Concrete Reasons Why Smart Investors Own Gold

6 Concrete Reasons Why Smart Investors Own Gold

Gold has always been a smart, long term investment for investors. It hasn’t been until the housing bubble crushed the stock market and volatility started to become a daily occurrence when owning gold has become a common thing. But smart investors own gold. And for good reason. In fact, in this post, I highlight 6 […]

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Gold Prices: Why Isn’t Gold Going Up? Part III

| February 22, 2018 | 0 Comments
Gold Prices: Why Isn’t Gold Going Up? Part III

Anyone following gold prices lately knows it’s been an up-and-down battle.  Gold initially fell with the stock market during the recent dip, looking a lot like people just wanting to get out of everything.  Then “suddenly” gold popped up when people noticed the fundamental relationship to the also-falling US Dollar was getting out of hand, […]

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Gold’s Day In The Sun?

Gold’s Day In The Sun?

I usually warn against reading too much into the financial media’s (backward-looking) explanation of a market move that just happened. But it really does seem that everyone’s suddenly worried about interest rates moving too high, too quickly. We all knew rates had to go higher. The Fed drove them to the floor, kept them pinned there […]

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