Tag: Gold market

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold Edges Up On Softer U.S. Data – November 25, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold Edges Up On Softer U.S. Data – November 25, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold edged up 0.1% to close above $1,197 as soft U.S. economic data weighed on the dollar and boosted the metal’s appeal as an alternative store of value. Consumer confidence fell unexpectedly in November, with Americans feeling less optimistic about job prospects and business conditions heading into […]

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The Swiss Gold Initiative: A Grassroots Movement with Gold Market Implications

The Swiss Gold Initiative: A Grassroots Movement with Gold Market Implications

by Dana Samuelson – American Gold Exchange On Sunday, the citizens of Switzerland will cast a historic vote to determine how their government will maintain its future financial health. The referendum is known as the Swiss Gold Initiative. Its tacit goal is to lower government debt and support the Swiss franc by returning to traditional Swiss values […]

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Precious Metals Market Report: Gold jumps 1.2% as PPI hits dollar – November 18, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold jumps 1.2% as PPI hits dollar – November 18, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold jumped 1.2%, closing at $1,197 after briefly topping $1,200, as weak U.S. wholesale inflation and upbeat sentiment in Germany undermined the dollar and boosted demand for alternative stores of value. The metal has now gained in three of the last four sessions, rising 3.3% since […]

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Precious Metals Market Report: Gold dips 0.2% on dollar, Draghi – November 17, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold dips 0.2% on dollar, Draghi – November 17, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Austin — Gold dipped 0.2% to close at $1,183.50, holding on to most of Friday’s 2.1% surge, as a rebound in the dollar reduced demand for alternative stores of value. The dollar rose near a five-year high against a basket of major rivals after Mario Draghi said the ECB […]

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Precious Metals Market Report: Gold surges 2.1% on oil, OPEC view – November 14, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold surges 2.1% on oil, OPEC view – November 14, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold surged 2.1% to close at a six-week high above $1,185 on speculation that OPEC may cut production, boosting demand for the metal as a hedge against higher oil prices. Gold initially dropped in early trade after reports that U. S. consumer sentiment hit a seven-year high last […]

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Gold Market Newsletter : Gold Closes Again Choppy Capped by Lower Oil

Gold Market Newsletter : Gold Closes Again Choppy Capped by Lower Oil

Commentary for Thursday, Nov 13th, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up $2.20 at $1161.10 edging somewhat higher but probably capped by lower oil prices. Saudi Arabia continues to pump disregarding lower prices and a weakening European picture. With this scenario you might wonder what they […]

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold Slips 0.3% as Dollar Rallies – November 12, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold Slips 0.3% as Dollar Rallies – November 12, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold slipped 0.3% to close under 1,160 as an uptick in the dollar diminished demand for alternative store of value. The ICE Dollar Index rebounded by 0.3%, helped by a tumbling British pound after the Bank of England lowered its quarterly inflation forecast, pushing the prospect […]

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Precious Metals Market Report: Gold gains on dollar, physical buying – November 11

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold gains on dollar, physical buying – November 11

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold picked up 0.3% in thin trade to close at $1,163, then added another $5 after hours as a softer dollar and rising physical demand in Asia and Europe boosted the metal. As Japan struggles with persistent disinflation and crumbling consumer sentiment, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suggested […]

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Gold’s Fundamental Supply Picture

Gold’s Fundamental Supply Picture

By Richard (Rick) Mills – Ahead of the Herd ……………… As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information Demand Global gold demand was 964t in Q2 2014, significantly reduced from the record high in Q2 2013. ETF outflows slowed sharply. Central Banks continued to buy gold for […]

By November 7, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Precious Metals Market Review: Gold slides 0.4% on factory data, dollar

Precious Metals Market Review: Gold slides 0.4% on factory data, dollar

Precious Metals Market Review by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold Market News for November 3, 2014. Gold slid 0.4% to close under $1,167, near a four-year low, as weak factory data almost everywhere but in the U.S. boosted the dollar, reducing demand for the metal as an alternative asset. Manufacturing in China fell to a five-month low […]

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Economic World War 3 Declared On US Dollar!

Economic World War 3 Declared On US Dollar!

Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com by Patrick A. Heller The 30-year $400 billion agreement for Russia to supply natural gas to China without using US dollars for payment is just one of the opening salvos by these two nations to destroy the US dollar. There are a number of other attacks on the US […]

The Real Diehl: Three Gold Myths that Confuse Buyers

The Real Diehl: Three Gold Myths that Confuse Buyers

The Real Diehl is a weekly column by former United States Mint Director Philip N. Diehl, exclusively for CoinWeek ……….. Don’t fall victim to the following three gold myths…. I recently ran across an article entitled “The 12 Biggest Mistakes the Media Make When Covering Gold“, by Gary Alexander. It’s a good article for potential gold buyers […]

A Fresh Example Of Gold Price Manipulation!

A Fresh Example Of Gold Price Manipulation!

By Patrick A. Heller – Liberty Coin Service A major trade last week has all the tell-tale signs of institutional gold price manipulation… The suppression of gold and silver prices is virtually an all-day everyday experience. It is so flagrant and blatant that analysts like me actually grow weary of exposing the obvious manipulation of precious metals […]

The US Government Has Rigged Precious Metals Markets For 80 Years!

The US Government Has Rigged Precious Metals Markets For 80 Years!

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com …….. By now, I suspect that many of you have heard about the 60 Minutes program two Sundays ago. It exposed the impact of high frequency trading at 1) increasing the profits of brokerage firms, and 2) resulting in individual investors selling their holdings for a […]

Did The Market For Gold Change In 2013?

Did The Market For Gold Change In 2013?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. At the start of each year, I review the 10 predictions that I made a year earlier.  If you are making predictions that you hope people consider, you need to be held accountable for what you say. I never hit it perfect, or even […]

Is US Government Gold Price Suppression Illegal?

Is US Government Gold Price Suppression Illegal?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com In my constant complaints about the US government, its trading partners, and allies suppressing gold prices, I have never accused them of acting illegally.  That is because all of this chicanery is legal.  Here’s why. The Gold Reserve Act enacted January 30, 1934 supplanted […]

The Coin Analyst: The Euro Crisis, Currency Wars, and the Outlook for Precious Metals

The Coin Analyst: The Euro Crisis, Currency Wars, and the Outlook for Precious Metals

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek Many analysts regularly predict the break-up of the euro zone and even of the European Union, but in reality neither development is likely, especially in the near future. While it is true that the prospects for a Greek exit from the euro look increasingly likely in the aftermath of the […]

The Coin Analyst: There’s More to Gold’s Future Than Quantitative Easing

The Coin Analyst: There’s More to Gold’s Future Than Quantitative Easing

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek There is no question that the policies of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank, specifically its role in shaping monetary policy, have a big impact on precious metal markets. The Fed sets short-term interest rates, whereas long-term rates are pegged to the 10-year Treasury bond, which is a function of how […]

Gold Drops Below $1700, US Speculative Positions Fall After “Severe Blow”

Gold Drops Below $1700, US Speculative Positions Fall After “Severe Blow”

THE DOLLAR gold price fell back through $1700 an ounce as US markets opened on Monday, continuing its slide begun when Asian markets opened several hours earlier. The silver price dropped to $33.63 per ounce – a 2.0% fall on last week’s close – while stocks and commodities edged lower and US Treasury bond prices gained […]

Even as silver market soars, ATB 5-ounce quarters cool off

Even as silver market soars, ATB 5-ounce quarters cool off

By Steve Roach – http://www.steveroachonline.com First published in the September 26, 2011, issue of Coin World As bullion continues to soar, one series whose fate is tied to silver comprises the America the Beautiful .999 fine 5-ounce silver quarter dollars. The Mint offers two versions of each issue: bullion examples that are available to authorized […]

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Daily Precious Metals Market Update 6/03/11

Daily Precious Metals Market Update 6/03/11

by Barry Stuppler – MintStateGold.com GOLD Gold rallied today on a weaker Dollar and poor economic news, closing at $1,542.80, up $10.70 per ounce. Why would the value of gold increase because of poor economic news? Because it increases the likelihood of continued low interest rates and additional government or Federal Reserve stimulus programs. The […]

Double-barreled threat sends gold past $1,400

Double-barreled threat sends gold past $1,400

This move in gold right now is acutely about the Middle East “All the way to $1,440” With all eyes on Libya and the threat of revolutionary contagion across the Arab world, gold roared past the key $1,400 level this week to just under December’s record high. What’s driving gold? “It is dominated by the […]

Gift Investment Bars To Be Offered for First Time In China

Gift Investment Bars To Be Offered for First Time In China

World Gold Council and ICBC launch first physical gift investment bar in China Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (ICBC) and the World Gold Council today launched the Only Gold Gift Bar, the first gold investment gifting product in China. This product will create a new segment in the investment market to meet the […]

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