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Precious Metals: Timing and flexibility is the key to a successful trade


Gold has not glistened since the summer of 2011 when a substantial rally took it to an all-time record price of $1900/oz.

Since then however it has been a one way trek south punctuated by an occasional weak rally or head fake. Gold’s inability to sustain a meaningful move to higher ground has been damaging to any portfolio that has acquired gold, silver or the associated mining stocks over the last 3 years or so. Gold’s bull market lasted for 10 years from 2001 to 2011 before its rally came to an end. One can be forgiven for expecting such a rally to continue indefinitely as the same data which supported the precious metals surge were more or less still in place. Gold’s fall from grace can be attributed to many reasons including the attraction of a roaring stock market, resurgence of the US dollar, cost of storage, poor sentiment, etc.

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Legend Warns Gold To See Massive Surge Above $2,000

John Ing

Today a legend who was recently asked by the Chinese government to give a speech to government officials in China told King World News that the gold market is going to see a massive surge above $2,000 an ounce.  John Ing, who has been in the business for 43 years, also spoke about the incredible events happening around the world that will send the gold market skyrocketing.

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Forecasting the Outcome of the Swiss Gold Initiative - Urban Jermann

In this morning’s mail bag we received a very interesting article on the Swiss Gold Initiative which we think you will find both informative and enjoyable.

The author is Urban J. Jermann PhD,

Safra Professor of International Finance and Capital Markets

Professor of Finance

Finance Department

Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania


On November 30th 2014, Swiss voters decide whether to require the central bank, the SNB, to hold 20% of its assets in gold. Before the vote on this initiative, financial markets' views about the likelihood of an acceptance are reflected in securities' prices. In particular,

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Setting the Stage for the Collapse in Metals – Gold Stocks

Posted on November 13, 2014 by 

For a classic bottom in any market, you have to just reach the point where the majority believe that the market is dead and it will never recover again. This is the traditional development at a major historical low. 

Despite the ranting and screaming,

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Peter Schiff & Axel Merk's Private Discussion on the Markets

In this SchiffGold exclusive video, Peter Schiff sits with Axel Merk at the recent New Orleans Investment Conference to discuss gold investing in the midst of the currency wars. Like Peter, Axel was one of the few analysts to warn of the 2008financial crisis and he remains one of the few analysts independent from the mainstream “recovery” consensus.

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Rick Rule: “I Believe That Arithmetically, We’re Locked In A War That We Can’t Help But Win”

Rick Rule

During a time in which sentiment towards natural resources is bordering on doom, Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott U.S. Holdings was kind enough to share a few comments.

Speaking first toward the phenomenon of market capitulation Rick noted that, “Capitulation is a very dramatic event.

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Nov102014 Stock Trader Update 11 November 2014

This is just a quick note to let you know that today we closed another short trade on GDXJ generating a profit of 35.26%.

This is the third time that we have successfully shorted GDXJ since the inception of this premium trading service, our trading record will be updated as soon as we can get to it.

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What The Swiss Gold Referendum Means For Gold Demand


Capitulation or Nasty Sell-off in Gold?

Credit David Brown & Bob Hoye

Have we just experienced ‘capitulation’ in gold stocks, or just a particularly nasty sell-off?

Rick often mentions that ‘capitulation’ is a looming threat in a bear market. When it looks like stocks are already ‘down and out’, investors get driven over the edge and decide to sell at any price they can get. Investors want out. People who work in mineral exploration and development also give up and look at other career options.

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The Swiss Gold Initiative and why it may affect gold prices


The people of Switzerland go to the polls on 30th November to vote on the gold initiative. The proposal requires the Swiss National Bank to hold gold reserves of at least 20% of the value of the assets of the Swiss National Bank. The initiative also wants no further gold sales by the SNB and all Swiss Gold to be stored in Switzerland.

If the yes vote is successful then they would be required to buy 1500 tons of gold over a period of five years, in order to achieve the 20% target. This acquisition would then be held indefinitely as they would not be allowed to sell it. However, in the case of a yes vote,

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