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Stubborn Gold!

Friday, 17 August 2012
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Published in From The CEO
The current price of gold is making some investors impatient.  Very impatient.  The yellow metal seems to be sleeping at the low 1600s without a sign of a higher price in the near future. Read more...

Gold Prices Stabilize But Trends Still Intact

Monday, 02 December 2013
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Published in Gold Investing
Gold prices bounced off their lows of the month to stabilize around the $1,248 an ounce mark, but there’s nothing to indicate commodities, including gold and silver, have found a floor. It’s probably little comfort to investors that the weakness in prices are reflected across a broad range of commodities including crude oil, gasoline, industrial metals, and food products. Read more...

Gold at the Crossroads

Thursday, 04 October 2012
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Although our glorious Fed has given gold a ticket to ride with quantitative easing, nobody said it would be an easy ride.  As we’ve pointed out on numerous occasions here at The Investor’s Corner, there will be encouraging starts and disheartening stops along the way.  In the parlance of market technicians, those starts and stops express themselves numerically as support and resistance points.   But make no mistake – support and… Read more...
Jay Mueller, who manages $3 billion of bonds for Wells Capital Management in Milwaukee, resisted buying Treasuries for four months, anticipating the Federal Reserve would drop its pledge to keep interest rates at a record low through late 2014. Read more...

$4 gas: Get used to it

Friday, 05 October 2012
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A new U.N. report says the massive bets placed on the commodities markets are the "root cause" of the volatility in oil and gas prices. And that's not about to change President Obama may have a lot more to worry about than bombing the debate this week. Traders are starting to get particularly bullish over gasoline prices – and that is bad news for the average driver, who may also… Read more...

Weak Commodities Cause Gold to Drop

Monday, 24 September 2012
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After hitting a near seven-month high last week, gold finally dropped last week as broadly lower crude oil and grain prices prompted investors to take profits. This is the first time in a while that outside commodity trading has hurt the yellow metal, and while the drop was small, it was still a drop after gold had put on an impressive run over the last couple of months. Traders agree… Read more...
While many at Casey Research don't like making price predictions, and certainly ones accompanied by a specific date, it's hard to ignore the correlation between the US monetary base and the gold price. That correlation says we'll see $2,300 gold by January 2014. There are plenty of long-term charts that show a connection between gold and various other forms of money (and credit). Most show that one outperforms until the… Read more...

An Important Reminder About Silver

Thursday, 30 August 2012
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Friday, August 31, was a significant day for Gold.  The yellow metal spiked $34.60 in one day to wind up at $1,692 per ounce on the tail of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s speech at Jackson Hole, Wyoming.   The precious metals market clearly reacted strongly to his announcement that the Fed will continue to monitor the economy closely, and remain open to a third round of quantitative easing (QE3).  Read more...

Gold Remains Steady Heading Into the Weekend

Friday, 18 January 2013
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Gold remained steady today heading into the third weekend of January as little news hit the wire that caused any kind of stir. The yellow metal was down, but just over a dollar, as investors and traders chose to keep things quiet today and see what develops next week as we start to head into the second month of 2013. Read more...
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke told lawmakers that progress in reducing unemployment is likely to be “frustratingly slow” and repeated that the central bank is ready to take further action to boost the recovery, while refraining from pledging any new policies. Read more...