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Gold Rallies But Very Oversold

Gold Rallies But Very Oversold

Gold Rallies But “Very Oversold” Miners Extend Losses Post-Bernanke WHOLESALE GOLD traded in a tight range around $1280 per ounce Thursday morning after recovering over a third of yesterday’s $30 drop from 4-week highs. Gold... read more »

 

Jackson Hole Puts Gold on Hold, But New US Money-Printing “Not Yet Priced In”

Jackson Hole Puts Gold on Hold, But New US Money-Printing “Not Yet Priced In”

WHOLESALE-MARKET prices to buy gold retreated Thursday morning in London, ticking back towards yesterday’s 1-week low at $1653 per ounce as world stock markets also fell. Prices for silver bullion held steadier, trading just 10¢ below... read more »

 

Paper Views – The Changing Face of the Numismatic Marketplace

Paper Views – The Changing Face of the Numismatic Marketplace

by Kevin Foley for CoinWeek …. When I first became active as a dealer in the late 1970’s, the overall structure of the numismatic marketplace in general and the customary ways collectable paper money typically was marketed were quite... read more »

 

Major Gold And Silver Price Suppression Now A Weekly Occurrence. So What?

Major Gold And Silver Price Suppression Now A Weekly Occurrence.  So What?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com Over the past four weeks, the prices of gold and silver have experienced a major decline once each week.  Last week, the suppression occurred on Friday, April 13 during... read more »

 

First Quarter 2012 Rare Coin Markets: A Quick Recap

First Quarter 2012 Rare Coin Markets: A Quick Recap

By Doug Winter – Raregoldcoins.com My take on the first quarter of 2012 was if you ask ten different coin dealers how their business was, you’d get ten different answers. “Isn’t this always the case,” you ask? “Not really,” I’d... read more »

 
 
 
 
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