From the Trading Desk Despite the long weekend coming up in the US in celebration of July 4th, gold traded with decent volume today on the Comex electronic exchange. Better than expected US employment figures contributed to gold trending lower for the third day in a row. Surprisingly, Greece defaulting on its payment to the International Monetary Fund has done …Read More
Gold and Silver Current Thoughts 6-30-2015
Gold and silver started the day lower, tried to make a run higher and ended up back to the lows of the day. I want to remind gold bulls what stage we are in with gold. Richard Russell sums it up best (and I mentioned this in my book, Buy Gold and Silver Safely. I believe gold is in a …Read More
Gold Is Knocked Down, but Not Out
Gold had a range of $10 on Friday, closing down slightly in the middle of that range at a bid of $1,181.30. Silver has been acting weaker than gold the last 30 days, 6.34% lower while gold is down 2.78%. The last year silver is down 18.28% while gold is lower by 7.21%. This is not what investors in gold and …Read More
Did Bernanke Implement QE Infinity to Save the Euro?
When the Euro was imploding earlier this year the dollar was the main beneficiary. With all the problems coming from countries like Greece, Portugal, Italy and Spain, the dollar was flew past 80 on the index and the Euro was in fact approaching its mid-2009 lows in the 118/119 range, an area I thought it would reach. But a funny …Read More
Is This The Bottom For Gold And Silver Prices?
While we are taking the brunt of the bad European news now, and gold and silver prices are taking a beating, the good news will be coming at some point between now and November as we gear up for the coming election. As long as the stock market continues to falter, Obama will indeed play the QE3 card. Since the …Read More