Tag: gold market

Economic Uncertainty Means A Bullish Trend For Gold And Bitcoin

| September 17, 2019 | 0 Comments
Economic Uncertainty Means A Bullish Trend For Gold And Bitcoin

According to the World Uncertainty Index (WUI) quarterly reports, the first and second quarter of 2019 has had the highest levels of uncertainty in global trade since 1996. The latest IMF projections also indicate that amid Economic uncertainty the growth of the global economy is set to slow down from a 3.6 percent growth in 2018 to a 3.3 […]

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4 Triggers That Could Kick Gold Into High Gear

| September 3, 2019 | 0 Comments
4 Triggers That Could Kick Gold Into High Gear

Here’s why the current gold rally will keep going “Gold will never produce anything,” Warren Buffett once declared. “Gold has two significant shortcomings, being neither of much use nor procreative.” And yet, this “lifeless” asset often springs to life at the exact moment when many investors are eulogizing it. In fact, gold usually finds its […]

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Gold Stocks May Have Room To Run With Spot Prices At 5-Year Highs

| July 16, 2019 | 0 Comments
Gold Stocks May Have Room To Run With Spot Prices At 5-Year Highs

Gold prices have reached their highest level in five years, triggering a newfound excitement in the yellow metal, so what does that mean for gold stocks? One firm suggests gold stocks may not yet be pricing in the higher spot price for gold, so more upside could be just around the corner. Gold stock multiples may expand […]

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Gold Prices May Reach $1,500 By This Time Next Year

| June 18, 2019 | 0 Comments
Gold Prices May Reach $1,500 By This Time Next Year

Ever-climbing stock prices have kept a lid on gold prices for most of this year, but that could be about to change. Fund managers from Incrementum believe we have entered the early stages of a new bull market for gold, although they don’t expect an easy path upward. In their annual “In Gold We Trust” report, Ronald-Peter […]

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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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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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Gold Prices: Are Big Sales A Sign Of Manipulation?

| January 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
Gold Prices: Are Big Sales A Sign Of Manipulation?

Gold prices tumbled Friday following some large sales starting at noon.  Periodically you’ll hear people questioning if the gold market is manipulated; the answer can be almost anything you want.  In this case, this Gold Enthusiast smells a bit of a rat.  At the time the US Dollar was flat, which fundamentally means gold price should […]

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Gold Hits Lowest Point In 9 Years

| November 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
Gold Hits Lowest Point In 9 Years

This week, the World Gold Council announced that the third quarter demand for gold has hit its lowest point since the third quarter of 2009. The final reading was for 915 metric tons, as seen in this graph: This shockingly low worldwide gold demand largely stems from the low demand coming out of India, which has seen a meager […]

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The Strange Behavior Of Gold Investors From Monday To Thursday

| November 9, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Strange Behavior Of Gold Investors From Monday To Thursday

Known and Unknown Anomalies Readers are undoubtedly aware of one or another stock market anomaly, such as e.g. the frequently observed weakness in stock markets in the summer months, which the well-known saying “sell in May and go away” refers to. Apart from such widely known anomalies, there are many others though, which most investors […]

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4 Gold Stocks That May Be Due For A Surprise Breakout

4 Gold Stocks That May Be Due For A Surprise Breakout

Recent metals volatility is based on technical factors, which implies future upside for gold stocks Are gold stocks primed for another leg up? On surface level, that notion seems utterly ridiculous. The yellow metal’s spot price fell 1% to close last week, while it has lost roughly 4% of its value since June 6. Because […]

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