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16 Sep
What we warned you about

This is What We Have Been Warning You About!

We are now only weeks away from the end of the US governments 2018 Fiscal Year.  And it will be one for the record books. But not in a good way. In fact, the year-end numbers are very bad, the worst since the last financial crisis. Originally, the FY 2018 deficit was projected to total “only” $526 […]

12 Sep

Currency Deaths

Currency Deaths Remind Us Why We Own Gold and Silver Wednesday, 9/12/2018 There is only one answer to the question “how many paper currencies have failed?” All of them.  Or stated differently, thousands of them have already failed, while those that haven’t quite given up the ghost yet, the newer ones including the paper Federal Reserve […]

11 Sep
Flashing Red!

Warning Signs Flashing Red!

Tuesday September 11, 2018 “Warning Signs Flashing Red!” Gold started off the week little changed, continuing to consolidate around $1200.  This leaves us a moment to loop back around and underscore an important item we have already shared with you.  But we think it is one that demands repeating. Goldman Sachs’ bear market indicator for […]

02 Sep
gold ingots

Trade Talk and Dollar Weakness Supported Gold This Week

Dollar Weakness Supported Gold Precious metals headed higher this week with gold hovering around $1,200. Dollar weakness supported gold prices, but gold stayed fairly quiet. Silver hovered around $14.50. Trade talk once again was a mover for both gold and the dollar. President Trump announced the possibility of new tariffs for China in the ever-escalating […]

29 Jul
Trump vs Fed Rate Hikes

Trump Vs the Fed: The President Confronts Federal Reserve on Rising Rates

Trump vs. the Fed It was President Trump vs the Fed and chairman Jerome Powell this week. The President caused a stir when he questioned the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy.  It was something of an unprecedented move. Since the Federal Reserve is independent and separate from the federal government, it broke the standard norm of […]

20 Aug
Gold Breaks $1,300

Gold Breaks Through $1,300

Gold Breaks Through $1,300 for the First Time in 2017 Gold had a volatile trading range of $1,283-$1,301 intraday on Friday, which was the first time this year that gold has broke the psychological resistance of $1,300. There has been some pull back since, as gold is currently sitting at around $1285 as of print. […]

28 May
Shanghai Stock Exchange

China Downgrade Worrying Investors This Week and Gold Looks Resilient

China Downgrade Worrying Investors As the Country’s Financial Strength in Question Gold had another strong week, and looks like it is moving out of its recent sluggishness. With Moody’s China downgrade worrying investors this week, the dollar continuing to show weakness, and a possible rate hike, gold is looking attractive and shows signs that it will […]

16 Apr
gold bars as investments

Geopolitics Spark Flight to Safety and Gold

Gold Posts 10% Gains, 5-month High as Geopolitics Spark Flight to Safety and Gold Developments in geopolitics spark flight to safety and gold by investors this week. Gold has posted 10% gains for the year now. It broke out Tuesday over $1,270, and by Wednesday, it had hit a 5-month high. It continued these gains […]

02 Oct
Deutsche Bank Failing

Deutsche Bank’s Instability Revives Fears of 2008

Deutsche Bank Strikes Fears of Lehman Brothers Repeat Deutsche Bank sent liquidity fears through the markets on Thursday reminiscent of the lead-up to the 2008 crash. The bank’s stock fell to all-time lows on Thursday on liquidity concerns as large funds began to withdraw excess cash and positions at Deutsche Bank. The bank, which is […]

04 Sep
Deutsche Bank Backing out on Promised Delivery

Deutsche Bank Backing out on Promised Delivery of Gold

Why is the Deutsche Bank Backing out on Promised Delivery of Gold? Is Gold Approaching a Short Squeeze? This week German gold buyers discovered that they could not receive delivery of the metals they had paid for. The bank in question – Deutsche Bank – is the chief bank of Germany. Investors had bought through the […]

20 May
The Brexit

Gold Lifts as “Brexit” Fears Shake the Markets

The “Brexit” Politics and Their Impact on the Markets A few weeks ago we touched on the possibility of Great Britain voting to leave the European Union and what the impact of this move would be on gold and the markets. The referendum for the British exit – known most commonly as the “Brexit” – […]

23 Apr
DOHA Oil

Doha Oil Negotiations and Domestic Data Reports Boost Gold; Silver Continues Strong Performance

Gold Price Rises as Oil Price Falls after Doha Oil Negotiations Derail on Iranian-Saudi Tension The oil market endured a tense week as OPEC countries met for negotiations in Doha that ultimately broke down, causing oil prices to plummet. Rising tensions between regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran over output levels led to the demise […]

17 Apr
Chinese Market and Gold

What the Chinese Market Could Mean for Gold Price; Silver Price Rallies, Outstrips Gold This Week on Performance for First Time in Four Years

Is China Becoming an Even Bigger Player in the World’s Gold Market? Despite the price dip in gold this week, other market trends point towards future increases in demand that could drive prices up. China, with the world’s second largest economy, is already an important power player in the gold market, and is set to […]