Archive for: Precious Metals

Toxic Euro Corroding Gold

Toxic Euro Corroding Gold

The Euro has become a very odd, very toxic asset… WHAT’S UP with the gold price? Not a lot. Gold is down, in fact. So is everything else outside the US Dollar and “safe” sovereign debt. “I think what we can expect... read more »

 

Precious Metals Report at TNA Coin Convention 2012

Precious Metals Report at TNA Coin Convention 2012

Mac Beavers, Wholesale Trader, APMEX Interviewer: David Lisot. Hundreds of coin dealers come to the major coin conventions including precious metals traders. Mac Beavers of APMEX shares his perspective of the recent prices in gold and silver. Runtime... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: Gold and Greece: Latest Developments

The Coin Analyst: Gold and Greece: Latest Developments

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek The issue of Greece’s possible exit from the euro and its impact on the European and world economies is weighing heavily on the minds of political leaders and financial experts. As the prospects for that event... read more »

 

QE3 Not Off the Table as Euro Crisis Gives Gold Significant Upside

QE3 Not Off the Table as Euro Crisis Gives Gold Significant Upside

WHOLESALE MARKET spot gold prices hit a 7-session high just below $1600 per ounce in London trade early Monday, before dropping back through last week’s finish at $1593 as European stock markets rose for the first time in two weeks. Spanish... read more »

 

The Jim Kingsland Show with an expert on Gold and Silver

The Jim Kingsland Show with an expert on Gold and Silver

The Jim Kingsland Show with an expert on Gold and Silver Author: Jim Kingsland I chat with co-president Bob Higgins of Certified Assets Management about gold and silver and storing your metals. Interesting Stuff.

 

Counterattack by Bulls Sets Up Gold for Weekly Gain

Counterattack by Bulls Sets Up Gold for Weekly Gain

WHOLESALE MARKET gold prices climbed as high as $1594 an ounce during Monday morning’s London trading, jumping 1.5% in the first two hours, while Eurozone stocks looked to have stemmed four days of losses despite Greece and Spain seeing... read more »

 

Jump in Gold as France Refutes EU Pact

Jump in Gold as France Refutes EU Pact

THE WHOLESALE MARKET gold price jumped at the start of New York trade on Thursday, cutting the week’s previous 3.3% dive to 5-month lows in half as the Euro fell and Eurozone stock markets slumped once again. The gold price touched $1558... read more »

 

$1522 Next Target for Gold

$1522 Next Target for Gold

London Gold Market Report from Ben Traynor WHOLESALE MARKET gold bullion prices dipped below $1550 an ounce for the first time since December on Tuesday – a fall of 7% since the start of this month – before regaining some ground by lunchtime... read more »

 

Bull Market in Gold Not Over But Speculators Turn Bearish

Bull Market in Gold Not Over But Speculators Turn Bearish

THE PRICE OF GOLD and gold futures dropped yet again Monday morning, recording the seventh drop in nine trading days in May so far as industrial commodities, global stock markets and the Euro currency all sank amid Athens’ failure to negotiate... read more »

 

Stronger Dollar Makes Gold Rally Difficult, Chinese Buyers On the Sidelines

Stronger Dollar Makes Gold Rally Difficult, Chinese Buyers On the Sidelines

WHOLESALE MARKET gold prices touched their lowest level since the first week of January Friday, hitting $1574 an ounce before recovering some ground, while stocks and commodities fell and US Treasury bonds gained, with dealers in major gold... read more »

 

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... read more »

 

Gold Hits 4-Month Low as Markets Fear Greece

Gold Hits 4-Month Low as Markets Fear Greece

SPOT MARKET gold bullion prices fell to their lowest level in four months during Wednesday morning’s London trading, hitting $1581 an ounce – 3.7% down on the week so far – while European stock markets and commodities also fell and... read more »

 

Fallout From French Elections Just One Of Multiple Financial Shocks Coming In 2012

Fallout From French Elections Just One Of Multiple Financial Shocks Coming In 2012

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com Over the weekend, France and Greece held national elections.  While the media has almost totally ignored the Greek elections, a lot of focus has been put on the election... read more »

 

Be Honest—Why Do You Read My Commentaries?

Be Honest—Why Do You Read My Commentaries?

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com What do you do with my commentaries? I have been writing them since 1995, gaining a wider audience as time goes on. Do you merely read them for entertainment? If... read more »

 

Physical Bullion Demand Giving “No Support”, S&P Downgrades Spanish Banks

Physical Bullion Demand Giving “No Support”, S&P Downgrades Spanish Banks

SPOT MARKET gold bullion prices held above $1660 an ounce during Monday’s morning trading London – holding on to gains from last week of 1.1% – while stock markets ticked lower, commodities were broadly flat and US and German government... read more »

 

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... read more »

 

Huge “New” Financial Problems Across Europe

Huge “New” Financial Problems Across Europe

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com If you ask the average politician, the financial problems of Europe have supposedly been cured. Oh yeah? If that is true, how come the International Monetary Fund (IMF)... read more »

 

Another Reason To Avoid Precious Metal ETFs—Complex Tax Reporting

Another Reason To Avoid Precious Metal ETFs—Complex Tax Reporting

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com I have previously expressed concerns about owning precious metals exchange traded funds (ETFs) because of the possibility that some of the assets have multiple claims... read more »

 

Gold “Needs to Reclaim $1700″ for Renewed Buying

Gold “Needs to Reclaim $1700″ for Renewed Buying

Gold “Needs to Reclaim $1700″ for Renewed Buying, with Breach of $1600 “Expected to Cause Liquidation” SPOT MARKET gold prices traded as low as $1640 an ounce – less than 1% off the previous day’s high – during... read more »

 

Bringing You “The Rest Of The Story”

Bringing You “The Rest Of The Story”

By Patrick A. Heller Commentary on Precious Metals Prepared for CoinWeek.com I get teased a lot as I present information that is overwhelming of the “doom and gloom” kind. I don’t really mean to come across that way. However, I think it... read more »

 
 
 
 
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