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11 Oct
low tide

The Good News About the Stock Market Sell-Off

Gold is up.  Stocks are down.  At RME Gold, we’re in the business of helping people protect their wealth and prosper, so we don’t like to see anyone lose money. But some good can come out of this week’s treacherous stock market:  It is proving to be a wakeup call for a lot of people […]

20 Nov
gold bars 50 day moving average

Gold Broke Out Over Its 50-Day Moving Average As Stock Market Fell This Week and Yield Curve Flattened

Gold Broke Out Over Its 50-Day Moving Average This Week Closing out the week just over $1,290, gold broke out over its 50-day moving average this week. With gold making its second weekly gain, it was building on last week’s safe haven rally. It opened the week at $1,277. Silver opened at about $16.95 and […]

05 Nov

October Spending Hit A Quarter of a Trillion Dollars – How Massive Can the Deficit Get?

October Spending Hit a Quarter of a Trillion Dollars The big story right now that no one is talking about is that October spending hit a quarter of a trillion dollars. October is generally considered a better month for the U.S. Treasury Department with the additional revenue of tax extension filers, but even with the […]

08 Oct
complacent stock market

Complacency in the Markets Affecting Gold

Complacency in the Markets Affecting Gold Negatively This Week The stock market continues to set new highs this week. As these records rack up, there is right now a great deal of complacency in the markets affecting gold. Gold fell slightly again this week under pressure from new stock market highs and interest rate talk. It […]

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 […]

21 May

Gold Is Looking Bullish after a Week of Volatility

Volatility Rocks the Markets and Gold is Looking Bullish After a turbulent week, gold is looking bullish, and investors are flocking back to precious metals. Volatility rocked the markets stemming from political controversy in Washington. This was the controversy surrounding the President’s dismissal of FBI director Comey and his meeting with Russian state officials. The […]

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 […]

07 Aug
Precious Metals Bull Market

More Global Financial Risk; What Is Silver Saying about the Precious Metals Bull Market?

What the Gold Market Is Saying about Global Risk, Bank of England Rate Cuts, Japanese Stimulus Michael Preiss of Taurus Wealth Advisors believes the global economic outlook is recession and stagnation. In his analysis on CNBC he stated that the gold market can reveal much about the state of the economy. He points out that […]

04 Aug
Bonds

When Bond King Bill Gross “Doesn’t Like” Stocks or BONDS, Perhaps We Should Listen

Watch: Bill Gross Doesn’t Like Stocks or Bonds! Trouble viewing video? Click here. Bond King Bill Gross “Doesn’t Like” Stocks or BONDS. Bonds! This is the former head of Pimco, where he managed the largest Bond fund to the tune of oh… $270 billion. After all, the man’s nickname literally is “The Bond King”. So what […]