Tag: gold and silver

6 Myths About Precious Metals (And The Facts)

| September 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
6 Myths About Precious Metals (And The Facts)

Note From Kalen: I have limited knowledge in the precious metal arena. So I’m happy to bring on Stefan Gleason, President of Money Metals Exchange, to take some common myths, and replace them with the facts. Check it out! Gold attracts its fair share of detractors, but the most common objections to gold as money, and […]

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Gold Will Be Priceless By 2020

Gold Will Be Priceless By 2020

Over the next few years as debt, currencies, and countries start to fall apart, individuals will be looking to place their money where it will hold its value and buying power during times of extreme uncertainty. If you eliminate fiat currencies, which are created out of this air and are nothing more than a credit, […]

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Gold’s Line In The Sand: Next Downside Target Is Around $700, Even If It Breaks Up First

Gold’s Line In The Sand: Next Downside Target Is Around $700, Even If It Breaks Up First

Many analysts have been so excited that gold broke to new highs, above $1,262, in late February. I was excited as well, but for a different reason. I’d forecast that gold could bounce back just above the July 2016 highs of $1,373, to around $1,400 or $1,450. And ANY bounce, no matter how high it […]

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Precious Metals v. Mining Stocks: What You Need To Know

| January 31, 2017 | 0 Comments
Precious Metals v. Mining Stocks: What You Need To Know

Most readers of this column own (or plan to own) physical precious metals – gold and silver, perhaps even some platinum or palladium. They may also own mining stocks. But which category is “best”? It’s like asking, “What’s the most efficient exercise?” or “What’s the best fishing lure?” Truth be known, it’s really about what […]

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Gold’s Recent Bounce Is Temporary: The Trend Is Still Down In 2017 (And Beyond)

Gold’s Recent Bounce Is Temporary: The Trend Is Still Down In 2017 (And Beyond)

Twenty-two radio interviews for the new book, 10 of them live. At this point, my voice is tired. So are gold sellers. Gold peaked at $1,934 in September of 2011 – the last major commodity to peak in the 30-year cycle that first peaked in mid-2008. Silver peaked in late April 2011, after retesting its […]

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