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news.goldseek.com / By Julian D. W. Phillips / 6 March 2014
Current Situation Since last August, the Indian government placed a stranglehold on gold imports into the country by requiring that 20% of all gold imported be exported as jewellery. This forced the amount of gold imported to drop to 30% of former levels until [...]
tfmetalsreport.com / By Turd Ferguson / Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 12:50 pm
Have you ever had one of those thoughts tumbling around in your head for days? Usually, it lingers there until you finally try to put the pieces together. This happened to me yesterday and the result is something that needs to [...]
gold-eagle.com / David Chapman / February 27, 2014
With the improvement in gold prices and the gold stocks since the beginning of 2014 there has also been an improvement in sentiment. The above chart illustrates the improvement in the gold sentiment as a ratio chart with the global stock market. It tells [...]
An appreciating US dollar could see gold prices facing resistance at $1,420, says Mike Harrowell, senior resources analyst at BBY, with very little downside. But the gold price hike will peter out because Chinese and Indian buyers are reluctant to drive the price up.
ingoldwetrust.ch / by Koos Jansen / February 24, 2014 at 1:20 am
Notes from LK: Below you can read an interview with the head of the precious metals department of ICBC (Industrial & Commercial Bank of China), the world’s largest bank by assets and market cap. In a way it’s like the other side of [...]
China’s “unfolding credit crunch” is having an unforeseen and dramatic impact on gold prices as investors urgently stock up on the precious metal as a form of financial protection against a sharp correction in the world’s second-largest economy.
news.goldseek.com / By Clif Droke / 18 February 2014
It’s the tale of two assets: gold, which was largely shunned by investors for most of last year, has made an impressive comeback in recent weeks. Meanwhile Bitcoin, the white-hot “investment” of 2013, has lost value in recent weeks and threatens to violate an important long-term [...]
Could an announcement about huge new Chinese gold reserves be the next trigger for higher gold prices? Chinese gold buying has been on a roll over the past year and it would come as no great surprise to many in the industry.
Bloomberg’s Olivia Sterns and Bloomberg Industries’ Kenneth Hoffman [...]
In this article we look at gold from different angles: the money supply, the physical gold market and technical gold indicators. Ten long term charts point to a healty condition in the gold market amid the price drop of 2013. We have always advocated to look at gold in a [...]
goldsilverworlds.com / By Taki T / February 13, 2014
Exactly 3 months ago, the price of gold broke down through the psychologically important $1,300 level. Today, spot gold prices broke above $1,300 and continued its move higher to close the New York trading session at $1,300.40. Gold is very close to test [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/13/2014 20:26 -0500
Spot gold prices are now up over 10% from the 2013 closing lows. At $1,304.75, gold is at 3-month highs and has crossed above the critical 200-day-moving average for the first time in over a year. Other precious metals are on the rise with Palladium up [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/13/2014 11:52 -0500
For the first time since in over 3 months, spot gold prices are back above $1,300 and continued to be the best performing asset since the December taper and the start of the year… $1,304.70 is the crucial 200DMA that has not been tested since over [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/11/2014 21:16 -0500
While there are numerous reasons why precious metals prices rise and fall – from supply, demand, manipulation, money-printing, and jawboning – it is abundantly clear that as prices drop, Asian demand has risen rather notably. But what is the reason? Why are Asian ‘people’ and central [...]
gold-eagle.com / By Julien Phillips / February 11, 2014
As we sit ahead of a future inflation or deflation or both, still to come, we need to understand how gold will perform in these sets of conditions. Much has been written on gold being an inflation hedge but not so much on its value in [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/07/2014 09:11 -0500
In the 30 seconds before this morning’s jobs report was released to the general public, Gold prices dropped and USDJPY jumped from its relative stasis going in. Obviously it is not clear if anyone knew anything but following the knee-jerk reactions, these were [...]
news.goldseek.com / Julian D. W. Phillips / Peter Spina / Monday, 27 January 2014
Supply changes coming? On the supply side, we note that newly mined gold supply in 2013 was around 2,800 tonnes [final figures yet to be published] and scrap gold was around 1,400 tonnes, before U.S. sales [which were around [...]
Gold prices rose today after the falls this week led to bargain hunting. Gold rose in price after CNBC reported that India’s Congress President Sonia Gandhi has sought a lowering of import duty on gold.
The People’s Bank of China website reports China’s gold reserves [...]
silverdoctors.com / by Stewart Thomson / JANUARY 22, 2014
Most junior gold and silver stocks have taken a horrific beating over the past few years, even while gold prices have remained relatively elevated. Bank analysts suggest that high mine costs are largely to blame for this sell-off. Recently, naked shorting seems to have diminished. Gold [...]
This article has been submitted by the editor of ProfitConfidential.com.
2013 was the first time in more than a decade that the gold prices headed south. Unsurprisingly, the major stock markets in the US did exceptionally well, and the economy also showed signs of revival. Considering the poor performance of [...]
First a review is in order. The April collapse in gold followed the Yen/$ cross and it continues to this day. Janet Yellen is not being truthful in her testimony when she stated. “I don’t think anybody has a very good model of what makes gold prices go [...]
"The best raw material to hold in my opinion is silver. That’s what I felt 30 years ago and is what I feel today. Silver one of the very few commodities that the average person is capable of holding in his own possession. In particular, the US Mint makes the most beautiful and popular coin in the world in the form of the US Silver Eagle. So popular is this coin that I am still convinced that someday the US Mint will not be able to keep up with demand and the premiums on these coins will explode when the US Mint stops producing them. The way the world is going it appears that all the trends point towards greater silver demand. It looks to me that everything in the future will run on electricity, of which silver is the best conductor. Throw in the tremendous appeal and growth of solar panels and it’s hard to foresee how silver won’t be a raw material superstar." - Israel Freidman