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Archive for: Gold markets

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... read more »

 

CoinWeek’s David Lisot with Fox Business News Host Stuart Varney on Golds Biggest Pullback in 30 Years

CoinWeek’s David Lisot with Fox Business News Host Stuart Varney on Golds Biggest Pullback in 30 Years

CoinWeek President David Lisot was a Guest on Fox Business News’‘ popular Varney & Company this morning (4-16-13). David spoke with Peabody Award winning host Stuart Varney about the dramatic pullback in gold over the last several... read more »

 

Precious Metals Prices: THE BATTLE OF THEORY AND REALITY

Precious Metals Prices: THE BATTLE OF THEORY AND REALITY

by Al Doyle for CoinWeek …… Anyone with even a marginal interest in precious metals is aware of the brutal beatdown in gold and silver spot prices over the past four days. From its April 12 London close of $1535.50, gold fell off the cliff... read more »

 

Gold Loses $1 Trillion of Total Global Value, “Could Fall to $1050″

Gold Loses $1 Trillion of Total Global Value, “Could Fall to $1050″

SPOT MARKET gold prices fell to a fresh two-year low in Tuesday’s Asian trading, dropping to $1322 per ounce, before rallying back above $1386, as stock markets extended yesterday’s losses. Silver dropped to its lowest level since... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: Electronic Trading Smashes Gold and Other Precious Metals Despite Strong Physical Demand

The Coin Analyst: Electronic Trading Smashes Gold and Other Precious Metals Despite Strong Physical Demand

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek ……… Over the course of the last two trading days, April 12 and 15, gold has suffered its worst decline in dollar and percentage terms since 1983, going from almost $1600 to about $1350 in the past week . A... read more »

 

Gold’s Demise Still in Early Stages as Price Drops Below $1400

Gold’s Demise Still in Early Stages as Price Drops Below $1400

SPOT MARKET gold prices fell to a two-year low below $1400 an ounce Monday morning, extending Friday’s drop that took gold into bear market territory under the definition of a 20% fall from its peak. Silver fell as low as $23.11 an ounce,... read more »

 

Soros Says Gold’s Safe-Haven Status Is Destroyed

Soros Says Gold’s Safe-Haven Status Is Destroyed

Small Speculators Slash Bullish Bets on Futures Market The GOLD PRICE ticked lower against the US Dollar early Monday, but held onto the bulk of Friday’s sharp rally at $1577 per ounce as world stock markets rose alongside commodities. Silver... read more »

 

Interest in Gold Disappears and Silver Acting More Like Base Metal

Interest in Gold Disappears and Silver Acting More Like Base Metal

U.S. DOLLAR prices to buy gold dipped back below $1600 an ounce Tuesday morning, though they remained close to that level by lunchtime in London, as the physical bullion market re-opened following the Easter break. Stock markets edged higher... read more »

 

Gold Back Below $1600 after Cyprus Deal, “Could Test Low at $1522″

Gold Back Below $1600 after Cyprus Deal, “Could Test Low at $1522″

U.S. DOLLAR gold prices fell back below $1600 per ounce Monday morning in London, falling back towards where they started last week, as stocks and commodities gained after news that Cyprus has agreed a bailout deal. “We expect gold to... read more »

 

Silver Stalls, Gold Gains as CFTC Clarifies London Fix Investigation, US Inflation Rises

Silver Stalls, Gold Gains as CFTC Clarifies London Fix Investigation, US Inflation Rises

GOLD ticked higher but silver prices stalled Friday morning, as a rise in Asian stock markets failed to carry over into European or pre-opening trade in US equities. The Euro currency rose sharply through $1.30, knocking the gold price in Euros... read more »

 

Why I Do Not Want Gold And Silver Prices To Soar!

Why I Do Not Want Gold And Silver Prices To Soar!

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. By now I think most of you know that I own a company that buys and sells a lot of gold and silver products.  You have probably also heard me predict that gold... read more »

 

Patience Thin for Gold Investors on Worst Price-Drop in 9 Months, ETF Liquidation

Patience Thin for Gold Investors on Worst Price-Drop in 9 Months, ETF Liquidation

The PRICE of gold slipped again below $1600 per ounce on Thursday – a level first reached on the way up in July 2011 – to head for its worst one-month drop since May as world stock markets rose. Broad commodity markets were little changed,... read more »

 

US Government’s Solution To Critical Self-Inflicted Financial Problems: Suppress The Price Of Gold!

US Government’s Solution To Critical Self-Inflicted Financial Problems:  Suppress The Price Of Gold!

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. Over the next several weeks, the US government is facing a series of critical financial problems of its own making. Unless there is a last-minute agreement,... read more »

 

All that Glitters – CoinWeek’s David Lisot on Fox Business News Varney & Company

All that Glitters – CoinWeek’s David Lisot on Fox Business News Varney & Company

CoinWeek President David Lisot was a Guest on Fox Business News‘ popular Varney & Company this morning (2-26-13). David spoke with Peabody Award winning host Stuart Varney about US Gold Coins, the current gold  market, and continuing... read more »

 

Why Hyperinflation is Coming and How to Survive It and Prosper

Why Hyperinflation is Coming and How to Survive It and Prosper

By Barry Stuppler, a CoinWeek Contributor ……. I have just completed a 40-page booklet with the same title, which I am proud to say was the completion of a 3-year research project. I believe it is the best study of Hyperinflation,... read more »

 

Gold Uptrend Could See Significant Damage

Gold Uptrend Could See Significant Damage

U.S. DOLLAR gold prices climbed back above $1590 an ounce Monday morning, extending gains from Friday following sharp losses last week, while stock markets also rallied, although the FTSE 100 in London saw smaller gains that other European... read more »

 

It’s Time to go All-in on Gold and Silver

It’s Time to go All-in on Gold and Silver

By Barry Stuppler Last week’s Gold and Silver trading was very educational and could be a pivotal point in the recent Gold downtrend. Let me explain, but first I need to share what a professional commodity trader (PCT) does for a living. He/she... read more »

 

Surge in China’s Imports Bodes Well for Gold Market, Dillon Gage Says

Surge in China’s Imports Bodes Well for Gold Market, Dillon Gage Says

The nation’s rising incomes and an expected gold ETF launch should be watched Addison, TX — Imports by mainland China from Hong Kong nearly doubled last year to a record level as incomes rose and investors gravitated to hard assets.... read more »

 

Gold Falls Below $1600 for First Time in 6 Months, Sharp Move Could Trigger Stronger Demand

Gold Falls Below $1600 for First Time in 6 Months, Sharp Move Could Trigger Stronger Demand

THE SPOT gold price dropped below $1600 an ounce for the first time in six months Wednesday, as the Dollar strengthened and stock markets were broadly flat, ahead of the publication of the latest Federal Reserve policy meeting minutes later... read more »

 

G-20 Finance Ministers Finally Admit And Simultaneously Deny “Currency Wars”

G-20 Finance Ministers Finally Admit And Simultaneously Deny “Currency Wars”

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. Within the space of a few days in mid-September 2012 the European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the Bank of Japan all announced plans to inflate... read more »

 
 
 
 
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