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London (Oct 21)  Gold Prices in the US ended the week at $1493 per ounce down from $1500 per ounce down 0.04%. Gold prices are... Read More
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London (Oct 21)  HISTORY repeats itself, writes Mike Mcara at Sunshine Profits. Not always, and not 100%, but often enough and to an... Read More
 

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The markets remained surprisingly calm last week, despite worse than expected U.S. economic data releases. The third-quarter earnings season along with Brexit play may have overweighed the data pessimism. This week, we will have some potentially moving news releases...

Our research team has been attempting to answer the question that seems to be on everyone's minds right now – are we setting up another Black Monday type of event in the global markets and what should traders/investors know before the event potentially takes place...

As September rolled into October, the US central bank’s monetary madness blew all over us like a fountain of foam in a windstorm. First, the Fed burst into $75 billion in overnight funding operations due to obvious shortages all over the map in bank reserves.

The long-term signal on the broad market is up. However, the current investing model favors bonds, therefore, investors should continue to overweigh with long bonds or bond ETFs for safety.

Last week the Fed announced that it was going to start buying $60 billion in T-Bills per month at least into Q2 2020.  The Fed will also rollover the proceeds as the T-Bill’s mature. The rationale was to address the decline in the “non-reserve” liabilities of the...

It was, after all, a simple question that sparked my interest in silver from the start. Some 35 years ago, my now-departed friend and mentor, Israel Friedman, challenged me with a question that took me a year to answer. Actually, “challenged” is not the right word,...

Metals Investors are positioning themselves for rapidly developing political and geopolitical events, as well as a rapidly expanding Federal Reserve balance sheet.

Crude oil seesaw trading goes on, as yesterday’s upswing gave way to a lower open earlier today. Given the declining USD, couldn’t black gold have acted just a little bit stronger? Let’s take a look what it means for our open position – time to head for the exits,...

In January 1980, the price of silver peaked at just under $50.00 per ounce. From its low in October 1971 at $1.27, silver had risen thirty-nine fold in little more than eight years.

Gold and silver are our main focus, no doubt about it. But they are only a part of the precious metals market. Actually, there is another side of the market which could be overlooked by investors starting to look into the precious metals market. So, we would like to...

The music died many times in the past. To name a few: 1929 Market crash. 1933 President Roosevelt confiscates citizen gold and declares it illegal to own more than a few ounces. 1971 President Nixon “closed the gold window” and severed the last link between the...

Crude oil bounced from its yesterday’s lows, and the oil bulls rebuffed another attempt to move lower earlier today. Does that mean that the upswing can continue now, or a cautious approach would win the day?

It’s QE4ever, Baby! The Fed’s latest move back into quantitative easing took a quantum leap in a single day with last week’s rush announcement of major permanent money injections to begin this Tuesday. Since the Fed adamantly denies it is doing what it is doing —...

News, again, drives the US stock market and major indexes higher as optimism of a US/China trade agreement floods the news wires.  As we've been suggesting, the global markets continue to be news-driven and are seeking any positive news related to easing trade...

Jerome Powell has something in common with Bagdad Bob, Saddam Hussein’s infamous press secretary. They’re both liars, suggests Money Metals podcast guest Craig Hemke of the TF Metals Report.

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