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Stocks and Shares Are Facing Armageddon, What About Gold?

There is no traditional way to play the gold market any more. It is full of contradictions. Let’s start with the fundamentals.

January 22, 2016 | By | Reply More

Do Bitcoins Stack Up Against Gold?

If you are among the increasing many that are losing faith in fiat currencies such as the US dollar, the Euro or the GB Pound and have some cash stashed in a bank, you have to be thinking of the alternative ways of preserving your wealth.

April 11, 2013 | By | Reply More

Golds Fall Linked to Currencies

Since quantitative easing became Chairman of the US Ben Bernanke’s long term policy the US and other western stock markets have prospered, with the dark days of 2008 now almost giving way to the highs experienced in 2007 just before the bust.

This indicates that a growing number of  investors are gambling on a continuation of this easy money flow encouraging stocks to rise across the board with scant attention being paid to the nuts and bolts of a businesses solid growth prospects.

February 26, 2013 | By | Reply More

Beware of Letting Time Run Out Before Buying Gold

Gold hangs around the $1600 an ounce level for yet another day. Just as it looks like lifting off so it loses any impetus and drops back. It is suffering from the summer blues just as it has for so many years.

August 3, 2012 | By | Reply More

Gold’s Fall Has Been Manipulated For Another Quick Fix

According to a strong rumour that we are inclined to believe, an “instant” sell order for nearly thirty metric tonnes of gold was traded on New York’s Comex exchange last Wednesday.

March 6, 2012 | By | Reply More

Find Out Why Stronger US Job Figures Hit Gold

In European trading this morning, spot gold reached $1762 an oz, its highest level in 11 weeks before plummeting to $1738 an oz after New York opened. Stronger than expected jobs figures saw the dollar improve against the major currencies setting gold back while stocks benefited.

February 3, 2012 | By | Reply More

Gold’s Double Top Signals Possible Pull Back

After hitting $1750 an oz earlier today the yellow metal fell back to $1741 before forming an ‘upside down head and shoulders’  bullish pattern that pushed the price back to $1750. It now remains to be seen whether this double top formation will signal another pull back, as they often do, or whether this price will act as a serious resistance level in the short term.

February 1, 2012 | By | Reply More

Gold Picks Up Steam Again

With a rise in one month from a low of $1530 an oz to a close  of $1707 this Wednesday, investors can be forgiven for believing that gold has resumed its upward momentum after the two stage correction it has experienced since peaking at $1900 an oz last September.

January 26, 2012 | By | Reply More