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Stubborn Gold!

Friday, 17 August 2012
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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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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 to $10,000 - Never say never - Mineweb

Thursday, 18 October 2012
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Long term gold price targets get more and more optimistic with some respected analysts seeing $10,000 gold ahead - this may seem unlikely but only a few years ago $1,000 gold seemed out of sight! A remark on another website by Mark O'Byrne caught my eye - "Longer term, respected analysts are calling for gold prices above $5,000/oz and much higher forecasted prices such as between $5,000 and $10,000 per… Read more...

Gold Jumps on Weaker Dollar

Wednesday, 17 October 2012
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Gold jumped back up today (Wednesday) on news of a weaker dollar. Growing progress toward a debt solution for Europe weakened the dollar, and gold took advantage, gaining over $6 for the day. While not a double-digit jump, it was nice to see the yellow metal still going strong. Gold for December delivery GCZ2 +0.34% climbed by $6.50, or 0.4%, to come in at $1,752.80 an ounce. It traded as… Read more...

Hedging, Hoarding or Capital Appreciation?

Monday, 13 August 2012
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While gold remains placid during these summer months ($1,620.9 per ounce as I write today’s column), it may be a good idea to settle back and ponder the percentage of your portfolio you should maintain in the yellow metal. 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...

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...

Gold: What a Boring Investment!

Wednesday, 15 August 2012
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Everybody wants to make money, right?  Yes, but investing should still be fun.  After all, who wants to endure a daily slog through a bunch of numbers and theories and not be able to enjoy themselves in the process? Read more...
The debut designs of the 2013 $1 Presidential coins have been released. This program started in 2007 has become increasingly popular and the coin series that was created to honor all of our past Presidents will release the twenty-fifth through twenty-eighth issues in 2013. Below you will find a quick list of the 2013 release dates for these coins, along with the Presidents depicted on each coin. William McKinley, February… Read more...
As orders from food makers have picked up during the past year, Create-A-Pack Foods Inc. turned to a staffing company, Kelly Services Inc. (KELYA), to add about 100 workers. Hiring on a temporary basis saves money if an employee doesn’t work out and expands recruiting beyond Create-A-Pack’s Ixonia, Wisconsin, headquarters, Chief Executive Officer Glenn Cochrane said. Read more...