Tag: Gold Prices

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 18-22, 2015

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 18-22, 2015

By Gainesville Coins….   It was a largely flat week for equities as trading volumes dropped ahead of the holiday weekend in the U.S. Large investors seem to be staying on the sidelines in the stock market, while the bond market remains uncertain after last week’s sell-off. The precious metals gave back much of last […]

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 11-15, 2015

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 11-15, 2015

By Gainesville Coins….   The dollar pulled back from its recent bull run, helping both crude oil prices and precious metals advance. Equities were mostly sideways this week as economic indicators in the U.S. continued to disappoint. GOVERNMENT & POLICY The Price Tag for Bad Behavior by Big Banks There are certain forms of crime, […]

CoinWeek Weekly Coin Market Report – May 9, 2015

CoinWeek Weekly Coin Market Report – May 9, 2015

CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan discusses the week’s top numismatic stories – covered in this Pre-Pogue Sale edition, the Sale of ModernCoinMart shifts the dynamic of the modern coin industry, bullion prices experience modest gains, Mike Markowitz and Greg Reynolds contribute the week’s best numismatic reads, and more…   This week’s report is sponsored by Dillon Gage. Copyright […]

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold slips on Greece, bounces on Fed – February 18, 2015

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold slips on Greece, bounces on Fed – February 18, 2015

Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange After slipping 0.7% to close at a six-week low just above $1,200, gold rebounded sharply into gains after hours when the minutes of the latest Fed meeting showed the central bankers in no hurry to raise interest rates. Gold initially fell in response to growing expectations that Greece will come […]

By February 19, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Precious Metals Market Report: Gold Gains 0.6% on Eurozone Growth

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold Gains 0.6% on Eurozone Growth

by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Gold gained for a second session, rising 0.6% to close above $1,227, as expectations for stronger global growth boosted commodities and pressured the dollar. The metal cut its weekly losses to 0.6%. Eurozone GDP rose 0.3% in the fourth quarter, according to EU reports released today, improving on the […]

By February 16, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Precious Metals Market Commentary: Gold Breaks Out on Rising Volatility

Precious Metals Market Commentary: Gold Breaks Out on Rising Volatility

by Dana Samuelson – American Gold Exchange Gold is now in a technical break-out. After surging nearly 5% last week and bolting through several key resistance levels, it has gained more than 9% so far this year, the best annual start since 1986, and 13% since in November, when it hit a cyclical bottom of $1,140. […]

The Gold Market Newsletter – Gold Bounces Higher Recovering from Yesterday’s Oversold Position

The Gold Market Newsletter – Gold Bounces Higher Recovering from Yesterday’s Oversold Position

Commentary for Friday January 30th, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold on the Comex closed up $23.90 at $1278.50 recovering from yesterday’s classic overreaction to the possibility of a Fed interest rate hike sooner than later. The bounce to higher ground provided relief to the bulls and […]

Gold Newsletter – Gold at Five Month High Waiting on the Next EU Move

Gold Newsletter – Gold at Five Month High Waiting on the Next EU Move

Commentary for Tuesday January 20th, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed up $17.30 at $1294.20 so momentum is in the bull’s corner – for now – and the technical picture for gold short term is solid. This strong finish after the US holiday on Monday is […]

Gold Newsletter Market Report – Gold Moves Lower on Weak Oil into the New Year

Gold Newsletter Market Report – Gold Moves Lower on Weak Oil into the New Year

Commentary for Thursday, December 31st, 2014 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc.……… Gold closed down $16.30 at $1183.90 saying goodbye to the $1200.00 level – which seems appropriate into the New Year considering the poor press gold has received. So this is the last trading day of the year […]

Precious Metals Market Report:  Gold drops 1.4% as oil tumbles – December 22, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report: Gold drops 1.4% as oil tumbles – December 22, 2014

Precious Metals Market Report by Bill Musgrave – American Gold Exchange Austin — Gold dropped 1.4% to close under $1,180 as lower oil prices and upbeat U.S. economic data eroded its safe-haven allure. Crude tumbled 3.2% after Saudi oil minister Ali Al-Naimi reaffirmed that OPEC will not cut production. Oil has dropped more than 20% in recent […]

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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 […]

By November 12, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
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 […]

ContantGold.com New Website for Comparison of Commodities and Precious Metals. VIDEO: 2:42

ContantGold.com New Website for Comparison of Commodities and Precious Metals. VIDEO: 2:42

Lloyd Romeo, ContantGold.com Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com ……… A new website has been launched that allows a view to compare the prices and ratios between the major traded commodities like gold, silver, oil, the Euro and US dollar. Founder Lloyd Romeo explains how this information can be useful to traders and what he hopes to […]

By June 19, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Gold Soars Past $1,300 an Ounce; Silver Follows Suit

Gold Soars Past $1,300 an Ounce; Silver Follows Suit

by Tony Davis – Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers ………. We’re less than a month and a half into 2014 and we’re already seeing the markets do an about face.  At the end of the year, the equities markets were riding high following another positive year; highlighted by a record closing for the Dow and […]

By February 14, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
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 […]

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 […]

How Will Friday’s Jobs Report Affect Gold & Silver Prices?

How Will Friday’s Jobs Report Affect Gold & Silver Prices?

By Tony Davis Investors are anxiously waiting on the edge of their seats to determine what the Federal Reserve’s plans are with respect to their $85 billion a month bond buying program, but the Fed provided very little guidance in their statement on Wednesday, only indicating that the economy is showing modest growth, which some investors construe as […]

By August 6, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Bernanke Claims Not to Understand What Affects Gold Prices

Bernanke Claims Not to Understand What Affects Gold Prices

by Tony Davis – Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers ………. Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve’s Chairman, in testimony before Congress on Thursday made several comments in reference to the price of gold.  While claiming not to understand what affects gold prices, he stated that falling gold prices indicate that investors are less concerned about “extreme” […]

Do Bullion Prices Matter Anymore?

Do Bullion Prices Matter Anymore?

Posted by Jeff Garrett on the NGC Weekly Market Report ….. For decades, bullion prices have had a profound impact on the prices of rare coins. I first witnessed this in 1979 when gold and silver prices exploded. Gold soared to around $850 per ounce and silver was briefly around $50 per ounce. Rare coin […]

Latest FOMC Announcement Scares Investors; Gold And Silver Prices Clobbered

Latest FOMC Announcement Scares Investors; Gold And Silver Prices Clobbered

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com ….. The statement issued by the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) at the conclusion of their latest meeting last Wednesday was close to a verbatim repeat of the announcement at the end of the May meeting. The contents of this pronouncement pretty much matched what […]

Gold Trying to Build Base as Retail Demand Counters More ETF Selling

Gold Trying to Build Base as Retail Demand Counters More ETF Selling

The GOLD PRICE fell $10 per ounce after reaching almost $1400 for the 5th time this week in London trade Friday morning. Silver held tight around $22.50 per ounce, managing only one-third of gold’s 2.0% gain for the week. After yesterday’s 7% plunge Japan’s stock market bounced, but other Asian equities fell, as did European […]

Why Lower Gold is Good for Coins and Numismatic Rarities

Why Lower Gold is Good for Coins and Numismatic Rarities

by Adam Crum – Monaco Rare Coins …….. This past couple weeks  has caused gold bugs a great deal of concern. It’s the worst drop in percentage terms in 30 years. You have to go back to the 1983 drop during the Reagan era to find such a collapse in sentiment and price. Of course, in […]

Gold Price Manipulation Being Probed. VIDEO: 6:48

Gold Price Manipulation Being Probed. VIDEO: 6:48

Interviewer: David Lisot. A recent front-page article in the Wall Street Journal stated that the CFTC was launching a probe into the price of gold and whether it was being manipulated. Many coin dealers are involved in buying and selling gold coins. CoinWeek asked some of the traders at the Whitman Baltimore Expo about their […]

By April 8, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Patrick Heller Talks about Gold Price Investigation Probe. VIDEO: 3:57

Patrick Heller Talks about Gold Price Investigation Probe. VIDEO: 3:57

Interviewer: David Lisot The Wall Street Journal’s front page article about the investigation in the pricing of gold has been a topic of interest for gold and sliver dealers for some time. Patrick Heller writes and comments about precious metals and offers some insight into this continuing story. Copyright © CoinWeek LLC. March, 2013 Whitman […]

By March 20, 2013 1 Comments 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, while silver bullion crept back above $29 per ounce. Down […]

By February 28, 2013 0 Comments 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 makes their living by trading commodities on a short term basis. Whether […]

By February 20, 2013 1 Comments Read More →
Gold Holding Steady as Chinese Demand Slows, Stronger Rupee

Gold Holding Steady as Chinese Demand Slows, Stronger Rupee

GOLD continued to hover near one-month highs above $1690 an ounce Wednesday morning, where it has spent most of this week, with dealers in India and China citing a slowdown in physical bullion demand. Silver climbed above $32.30 an ounce, a one-month high, as stocks and commodities were broadly flat and US Treasuries gained. “A […]

By January 23, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Gold Prices Expected to Rise in 2013, Dillon Gage’s Roy Friedman Predicts

Gold Prices Expected to Rise in 2013, Dillon Gage’s Roy Friedman Predicts

Targets of $2,000 an ounce and even higher are in sight Gold prices have advanced every year in the last decade and are poised for their eleventh straight year of gains in 2012, according to Dillon Gage Metals Executive Vice President Roy Friedman. Next year, gold prices could reach $2,000 an ounce for the first […]

Political Campaign Lies And Manipulation Of Gold And Silver Prices

Political Campaign Lies And Manipulation Of Gold And Silver Prices

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com According to the US Census Bureau as of 9 AM Eastern on October 2, 2012, the estimated population of the US was 314,544,755.  As of January 1, 2009, the Census Bureau estimated that the US population was 305,529,237.  So, since Barack Obama became president on […]

Central Bank Policy Hugely Bullish for Commodities

Central Bank Policy Hugely Bullish for Commodities

THE WHOLESALE cost of buying gold dipped below $1770 an ounce during Monday morning trading in London, but remained less than ten Dollars below their six-month high hit last Friday, the day after the US Federal Reserve announced a third round of quantitative easing. Prices for buying silver fell to around $34.50 an ounce this morning – 1.3% off […]

By September 17, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
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