Gold Rush

Gold’s explosive move to new nominal heights reflects more than an expansion of the European sovereign debt crisis and Standard & Poor’s downgrade of U.S. debt. It also reflects the expectation of massive liquidity injections — in the U.S., in Europe and around the world — to pay off the massive debts that have been accumulated.

Gold is Recharging

We knew it would have to happen sooner or later. With the gold price rising in nearly parabolic fashion since late August… and with speculators itching to pocket their rich gains at the first excuse… any significant rebound in the dollar was likely to trigger a significant correction. Read this article to learn whether this is good for gold buyers…

Running With The Bulls: Gold Bugs And Stock Bulls Find Themselves On The Same Team—Pulling Against The Dollar

Gold’s meteoric rise over $1,000 left even the most ardent gold bulls reeling from shock and awe. No matter what their bullish expectations may have been beforehand, few market watchers could honestly say they expected such a powerful run. Read this article to learn more about what’s going on with gold…

A Golden Role Reversal

Sometimes, things aren’t what they seem on the surface. Case in point: Pundits have been making a lot of hay recently over gold’s apparent role-switch. Instead of rising on bad economic news and acting as a safe haven, the metal has been falling. And instead of falling when the economic picture brightens, it’s been rising. Read this article to learn what it all means…

Gold Quietly Marshalling Strength

While the world has been on vacation gold has been quietly building strength throughout the summer. The market continues to anticipate the return of physical demand in September, and forward-looking speculators have already entered the market in anticipation of the impact of America’s loose-money policies and stimulus spending. Read this article to learn what you can expect gold to do as the leaves begin to change color…

Summertime doldrums return as old adage holds true

In June, gold and gold stocks were in a full-blown rally and for a time it looked like the old adage, “Sell in May, and go away” would not hold true this year. But the rally faltered, and a negative report from the World Bank showed the bull market in commodities had ended. Read this article to learn what this means…

China’s Gold Purchases Another Wild Card in Market

Gold prices have been on a roller coaster thanks to a number of wild card developments, not the least of these being China’s announcement in April that they had been secretly buying the yellow metal. Read this article to learn what China’s purchases mean in the long and short term for gold…