Tag: Gold markets

Gold Markets: Gold Noncommittal Waiting for FOMC Results

Gold Markets: Gold Noncommittal Waiting for FOMC Results

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 27, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold remains steady off $2.10 at $1229.10. The overnight Hong Kong and London markets lacked any direction and moved within a $3.00 range. The 30 day gold chart however shows gold is having trouble holding on to […]

Gold Markets: Gold Closes Up – Tepid and Not Firm

Gold Markets: Gold Closes Up – Tepid and Not Firm

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 24, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Commentary for Friday, Oct 24, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed higher up $2.70 at $1231.10. Gold was steady in Hong Kong and London overnight trading but after a failed attempt to move above the $1240.00 range yesterday […]

Gold Turns Lower against a Stronger Dollar and Continued Profit Taking

Gold Turns Lower against a Stronger Dollar and Continued Profit Taking

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 23, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed down $16.30 at $1228.50 taking all the fizz out of recent action around the $1240.00 level. The dollar was strong as the Dollar Index saw a trading range of 85.66 through 85.88. I think today’s […]

Gold Push Softens Around $1240.00 – Technical or Tired?

Gold Push Softens Around $1240.00 – Technical or Tired?

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 16, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed down $3.60 at $1240.50 today. So the recent push to higher ground may be in need of a rest – or the push may be running out of gas. I’m not saying gold is finished […]

Precious Metals Markets – Gold vs Platinum – 5 Opinions

Precious Metals Markets – Gold vs Platinum – 5 Opinions

Trading the Platinum vs. Gold Spread Twenty years of trading has proven one thing correct, time and time again. The markets act in such a way as to do the greatest amount of harm to the greatest number of participants at any given moment. This is exactly how Sunday night’s trading began when, for a few minutes, […]

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Gold Rebounds on Soft US Economic Data and Safe Have Buying

Gold Rebounds on Soft US Economic Data and Safe Have Buying

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up $10.50 today at $1244.10 reacting to softer US economic data – Retail Sales down 0.3% and September Producer Price Index down 0.1%. A weaker dollar also helped the gold bulls today. Continue to watch […]

Gold Remains Firm as the Dollar Rise is Muted

Gold Remains Firm as the Dollar Rise is Muted

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 14, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up $8.30 at $1229.30 which is the highest point in almost a month helped again by a weaker dollar. Comments over the weekend by Federal Reserve Governor Fischer indicates once again the Fed will delay […]

Gold Settles into the Weekend

Gold Settles into the Weekend

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 9, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed down $3.60 at $1221.00 in what looks like a small technical adjustment as gold held the important $1220.00 mark but failed to produce any big follow through momentum although we are up $29.00 on the […]

Gold Follows Through – Higher on Short Covering and Nervous

Gold Follows Through – Higher on Short Covering and Nervous

Commentary for Wednesday, Oct 9, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up a strong $19.30 at $1224.60 as the overnight Hong Kong and London markets confirmed their strength after the release of September’s FOMC minutes yesterday. While this latest move might yet turn out to be […]

Rare US Gold Coins: The Bently Effect

Rare US Gold Coins: The Bently Effect

By Doug Winter – RareGoldcoins.com CoinWeek Content Partner………. As I have discussed in prior blogs, a paradigm shift has occurred in the rare date gold markets in the last two-three years. Formerly unpopular areas of the market such as San Francisco half eagles and eagles and No Motto Philadelphia eagles (and others) have gone from […]

Fallout Already Starting From Investigations Into London Gold And Silver Market Price Manipulations

Fallout Already Starting From Investigations Into London Gold And Silver Market Price Manipulations

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. With all the investigations into market rigging in the mortgage markets, LIBOR interest rate market, and foreign currency exchange trading, it should come as no surprise that official investigations have started into the manipulation of the London market gold and silver price fixes.  Even […]

These Three Factors Could Prevent a Rebound in the Gold Market

These Three Factors Could Prevent a Rebound in the Gold Market

by Tony Davis – Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers ………. As is the case with many individuals in the coin and bullion industries, we’re bullish on gold and silver and believe that the potential upside outweighs the downside risk.  We’ve previously shared some of the reasons why we believe that 2014 will be a positive […]

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Gold Reverses Sharp Drop on Strong US Jobs Report, Short-Covering “Now in the Air”

Gold Reverses Sharp Drop on Strong US Jobs Report, Short-Covering “Now in the Air”

WHOLESALE gold in London reversed a sharp drop Friday lunchtime, recovering a $20 plunge on the release of US jobs data to trade back above $1230 per ounce, heading for a 1.7% drop on the week. Versus analyst forecasts of 180,000 net hiring last month, the US economy added 203,000 jobs according to the official Non-Farm […]

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The Coin Analyst: Gold, the Government Shutdown, and the Coming Crisis Over the Debt Ceiling

The Coin Analyst: Gold, the Government Shutdown, and the Coming Crisis Over the Debt Ceiling

By Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… Gold spot prices have been very volatile lately. During the weeks preceding the current Federal government partial shutdown, prices had been up, reaching almost $1400 an ounce, and gold posted its only quarterly gain for the year, though it remains down about 17% for the year to date. Then […]

Gold Nears 10% Monthly Gain Ahead of Fed Decision as US Economy Surges, Inflation Flatlines

Gold Nears 10% Monthly Gain Ahead of Fed Decision as US Economy Surges, Inflation Flatlines

Adrian Ash – BullionVault ………… The PRICE of wholesale gold fell back to $1320 per ounce Wednesday lunchtime in London as new data showed the US economy expanding faster-than-expected. Second quarter GDP rose 1.7% in real terms from a year earlier, the Bureau of Economic Analysis said. Inflation in consumer goods and services fell to […]

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Will COMEX Gold Market Fail Within 90 Days?

Will COMEX Gold Market Fail Within 90 Days?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. New York’s COMEX commodity gold market has been one of the two most important venues referenced for determining the price of gold for all other trading purposes.  Yet this market, which largely reflects the trading of paper contracts rather than physical metal, is quickly […]

Gold & Silver Fall to 2010 Levels on Bernanke Comments

Gold & Silver Fall to 2010 Levels on Bernanke Comments

  SPOT MARKET gold and silver prices fell to their lowest levels since September 2010 Thursday, with gold dropping through $1300 an ounce during London trading and silver falling below $20 an ounce. Stocks and commodities also fell and the US Dollar strengthened after US Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke told a press conference that […]

Gold Market Has Seen Paradigm Shift in Investor Attitudes

Gold Market Has Seen Paradigm Shift in Investor Attitudes

GOLD drifted to a one-week low below $1380 an ounce Tuesday morning, as silver dipped below $21.80 an ounce, with stocks and commodities broadly flat on the day ahead of tomorrow’s US Federal Reserve decision, with analysts speculating on whether the Fed will give details of when and how it might slow down its quantitative […]

The Big Driver for Precious metals this Week”, Wall Street Betting Against Silver Price

The Big Driver for Precious metals this Week”, Wall Street Betting Against Silver Price

THE U.S. DOLLAR gold price drifted back below $1390 an ounce Monday morning in London, but remained well within its trading range of the last few weeks, as European stock markets edged higher, with analysts citing Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee decision on US monetary policy as “the big driver” for this week. “On the whole, the […]

When Is A Dollar Not Worth A Dollar?

When Is A Dollar Not Worth A Dollar?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. Question:  When is a dollar not worth a dollar? Answer:  When the US government says so. Money market funds were developed in the 1970s as a way for investors to park short-term money in assets that generally provided higher returns than interest-bearing savings accounts.  […]

Tug of War in Gold and Silver… Blame Bernanke for Recent Volatility

Tug of War in Gold and Silver… Blame Bernanke for Recent Volatility

GOLD PRICES hovered just below $1380 an ounce Wednesday morning in London, with silver trading around $21.80, after the metals failed to break through $1380 and $22 respectively. European stock markets ticked higher by lunchtime – with the exception of Germany’s DAX – regaining some of yesterday’s losses, which were followed by sell offs in […]

What is Precious Metals Leasing, and Why Is It Done…?

What is Precious Metals Leasing, and Why Is It Done…?

by Miguel Perez-Santalla BullionVault ………. LEASING is an integral part of the precious metals market, writes Miguel Perez-Santalla at BullionVault. Why is it necessary? For a diverse number of reasons, the first is the need for industry to borrow instead of buying outright the metal. This enables them to avoid owning the metal at a […]

Precious Metals Fall as US Dollar Holds Gains, India’s New Import Restrictions Could Cut Gold Imports by 50%

Precious Metals Fall as US Dollar Holds Gains, India’s New Import Restrictions Could Cut Gold Imports by 50%

SPOT MARKET gold bullion prices fell to $1430 an ounce Monday, 1.2% down on where they ended last week, as stock markets also fell and the US Dollar held onto most of its gains from last week. Silver fell to $23.70 an ounce – 0.8% down on last week’s close – as other commodities also […]

Gold and Silver: Physical or Paper

Gold and Silver: Physical or Paper

By Allen Rowe  –  Northern Nevada Coin ………. With the recent declines of precious metals many are asking the question, “why?” In reality the answer could be attributed to many different factors and influences, but one that kind of stood out this week showed something very interesting. There is a definite contrast in today’s market. […]

Gold Could Retest $1322 Low

Gold Could Retest $1322 Low

SPOT MARKET gold bullion prices fell to two-week lows Friday, drifting lower towards $1440 an ounce during this morning’s London session before dropping sharply through that level, as stocks gained and most commodities fell as the Dollar strengthened against major currencies. Silver fell to $23.34 an ounce, while copper prices ticked higher. “The risk [for gold] […]

Gold Speculation and the Comex

Gold Speculation and the Comex

By Ben Traynor – BullionVault ………….. What exactly does ‘speculative net long’ mean…? EVERY FRIDAY, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission publishes data that enable analysts to ‘take the pulse’ of various commodity markets. The Commitments of Traders (CoT) report gives the aggregate positions held by traders from the previous Tuesday, including the number of long contracts (that […]

Gold Gets Support from Retail Demand, But Investor Confidence Dealt Severe Blow

Gold Gets Support from Retail Demand, But Investor Confidence Dealt Severe Blow

GOLD started the week by edging higher Monday, trading around $1475 per ounce by lunchtime in London, as stocks also gained, US Treasuries were broadly flat and the Euro edged higher against the Dollar following news that Italy’s borrowing costs have fallen. Strong demand for physical gold from private households meantime continues to cause bottlenecks and […]

Gold Shortage Seen in Asia with Physical Market Still Tight

Gold Shortage Seen in Asia with Physical Market Still Tight

GOLD drifted lower towards $1460 an ounce Friday morning in London, having climbed to its highest level since last week’s price drop at $1485 during Asian trading. “The next resistance level is $1487,” says a note from technical analysts at Scotia Mocatta published late Thursday. “Should we trade through that, we believe it will open […]

With Paper Gold Contracts Defaulting, Capital Controls Will Likely Be Here Before You Know It!

With Paper Gold Contracts Defaulting, Capital Controls Will Likely Be Here Before You Know It!

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. One of the circulating rumors is that the reason for the major gold and silver price suppression over the past 11 days was to prevent a major default of London Bullion Market Association contracts.  Before you dismiss that idea as a joke, there could […]

Gold Being Lifted by Physical Bar Demand But Silver Relatively Weak

Gold Being Lifted by Physical Bar Demand But Silver Relatively Weak

THE U.S. DOLLAR gold price drifted back down towards $1420 per ounce Wednesday morning in London, around 1.3% up on the week so far, amid ongoing reports of strong demand for physical gold bullion. “The bounce in price-sensitive physical demand, especially in the emerging world, is impressive and has lifted prices,” says HSBC Securities analyst Howard Wen. […]

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