Tag: precious metals

How Silver Can Pay You Dividends

| August 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
How Silver Can Pay You Dividends

Silver straddles the line between a precious metal and an expensive industrial commodity. The vast majority of gold (over 85%) is used for jewelry and bullion, which makes it rather immune to recessions.   Silver, on the other hand, while still used for jewelry and bullion, has industrial uses for its majority demand, so its price tends […]

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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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The Commodity Cycle: What It Means For Precious Metals Prices

The Commodity Cycle: What It Means For Precious Metals Prices

The cycle for any commodity follows the same basic pattern… When prices are low, production falls. As new supplies diminish, the market tightens and prices move higher. The higher prices incentivize producers to invest in production capacity and increase output. Eventually, the market becomes oversupplied, prices fall, and the cycle starts all over again. Of […]

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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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This Coming Development Could Trash The Platinum Cost Curve

| April 6, 2017 | 0 Comments
This Coming Development Could Trash The Platinum Cost Curve

Upheaval going on in the platinum space right now. With big fluctuations in the South African rand threatening to take down prices across the platinum group metals complex. That trend kicked off when the South African government fired its finance minister last week. A move that caused an 11% fall in the rand against the […]

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7 Gold Stocks That Will Shine Under Trump

| February 9, 2017 | 0 Comments
7 Gold Stocks That Will Shine Under Trump

Don’t worry about economic prosperity — gold stocks will have their day! Although a hero to working class conservatives and political outsiders, President Donald Trump has put them in an awkward situation. Consider that when Trump was campaigning, he did an interview with Alex Jones. Yes, that Alex Jones of the 9/11 truther movement and […]

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It’s Make Or Break Time For US Dollar!

| October 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
It’s Make Or Break Time For US Dollar!

Investors the world over are anxiously eyeing the US Dollar.  Ever since Congress wrongfully decided to kick the US budget and debt ceiling decision down the road, the Greenback has lost ground. Take a look… As you can see, it has been nothing but pain for Dollar bulls since October 16th.  The currency is in […]

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Precious Metals Rebound- Will The Rally Have Legs?

| August 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Precious Metals Rebound- Will The Rally Have Legs?

Yesterday was a big day for the precious metals complex.  Not only were gold and silver higher by 2% and 3.5% respectively, but platinum, palladium, and copper all shot dramatically higher as well.   Without a doubt, it was the best day for metals in months. What sent them surging? China’s National Bureau of Statistics released […]

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