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Events Impacting The Gold And Silver Price In The Week Of November 10th

| November 10, 2014 | Category: Price
Events Impacting The Gold And Silver Price In The Week Of November 10th

For the week commencing November 10th, there are some key economic data coming both from the U.S. and European Union. There is only one formal Central Bank statement expected, i.e. one from Governor Mark Carney in the UK on Wednesday; he will talk about the quarterly inflation report. Mainly the data on Friday have the potential to cause some moves in the markets and metals.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 7th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – November 7th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,177.98 up $4.50 per ounce (0.38%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, rose 5.94%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index climbed 0.73% for the week.

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Rick Rule: No Capitulation In Gold Stocks Yet, Only A Nasty Sell-off

| November 5, 2014 | Category: Stocks
Rick Rule: No Capitulation In Gold Stocks Yet, Only A Nasty Sell-off

In a complete capitulation, stocks melt down dramatically and some stocks just go ‘no bid.’ That hasn’t happened yet, which means that we may be witnessing a very nasty sell-off, but not complete capitulation.

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Demand For Coins And Bars Exploding While Gold And Silver Prices Pushed Down

Demand For Coins And Bars Exploding While Gold And Silver Prices Pushed Down

Based on these data, except for the Perth Mint in Australia, all other sources are reporting a huge increase in demand for coins and bars across the globe. Retail investors primarily are looking taking advantage of these bargain prices. The price setting in the COMEX futures market has its effect on real world demand. The question is, when will wholesale demand start piling up on precious metals to trigger a supply shortage? That would be fun to observe … but we are unfortunately not there yet … prices should go even lower to trigger such a situation.

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Is The Swiss Gold Referendum Impacting The Price Of Gold

| November 4, 2014 | Category: Price
Is The Swiss Gold Referendum Impacting The Price Of Gold

Is the Swiss referendum having any influence on the price of gold? From our selection of charts, the dynamics seem to be elsewhere. Gold is still sought as a protection and with the US economy on the road to normalization and the S&P flirting with new highs, the cost of holding it is increasing everyday. Now, Bear markets don’t last forever and this one does recall the one on Gold between end 1974 and late 1976. Our Weekly charts on Gold, although still in a descent, are getting closer to their targets in price and time. As for the referendum, the recent drop in the price of Gold may help the SNB convince voters that holding 20% of its reserves in non-saleable Gold isn’t that good an idea after all.

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The Real Reason Your Stockbroker Hates Gold

The Real Reason Your Stockbroker Hates Gold

Brokers must follow Wall Street’s lead. Precious metals in your possession have no counterparties and no continuing fees and commissions, unlike the thousands of investments brokers sell. Once you own gold, that part of your wealth and your future is out of Wall Street’s hands. While they can recommend and sell plenty of paper gold, brokers can’t sell physical gold. Also, they don’t actually know any more about gold than most Americans, which is very little. So, they rely on Wall Street’s mantra dismissing gold as a murky investment and will do their level best to talk you out of buying even a single ounce.

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Is There More Downside In The Price Of Gold?

| November 3, 2014 | Category: Price
Is There More Downside In The Price Of Gold?

If the breakdown from the descending triangle pattern is indeed valid, it would point toward an eventual move down equal to the height of the triangle, or around $250-$300 dollars, over the next couple of years. More immediately though, bears will want to see whether previous support at 1180 becomes resistance this week, as well as if the metal can break below its longer-term Fibonacci retracement level at 1155. Meanwhile, a recovery back above 1180 early this week could point to a more extended bounce, though the longer-term bias would still remain to the downside.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – October 31st

Gold Investors Weekly Review – October 31st

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,171.09 down $59.81 per ounce (-4.86%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, fell 14.67%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index rebounded 1.31% for the week.

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Gold Price Falls Below Support Although Breakdown Confirmation Needed

| November 1, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price Falls Below Support Although Breakdown Confirmation Needed

While we anticipated that gold’s decline might end with a triple bottom, that possibility seems remote with Friday’s breakdown. The breakdown will not be decisive until price drops to about 1145, but it now seems unlikely that gold will begin a new bull market any time soon.

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Gold And Silver Price Crash Of 2014 Coming?

| October 31, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Price Crash Of 2014 Coming?

Are we about to experience another crash of the price of gold and silver, as well as miners, comparable to what we have seen in April and June of 2013? We do not exclude it, given the strong trends explained above: rising U.S. Dollar on the back of a sharply declining Yen and rising equities. On the other hand, were equities about to reverse their course because the end of QE would bring uncertainty and volatility, it could well be that the metals (mainly gold) could benefit from new money inflows.

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A Silver Nanoparticle Problem that Nobody Knew About is Solved

A Silver Nanoparticle Problem that Nobody Knew About is Solved

It turns out that silver nanoparticles are not as solid as initially thought, making their use in electronic components and circuits a bit challenging as gadgets become increasingly smaller. Fortunately, there is a solution.

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Implications Of Greenspan’s Latest Talk for Gold Investors

Implications Of Greenspan’s Latest Talk for Gold Investors

As long the US government resort to high levels of debt, the Fed isn’t likely to decrease the supply of money. Greenspan might have an inkling of something he’s not telling. Here’s what the former Fed Chairman had to say about the direction of gold and interest rates: “Gold – measurably higher. Interest rates – measurably higher.”

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Gold Price Extends Break Down, Dollar Extends Breakout

| October 30, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price Extends Break Down, Dollar Extends Breakout

The end of QE is bullish for the Dollar. Note that the Fed has ended QE and the European Central Bank is threatening QE. This is Dollar bullish and Euro bearish. The US Dollar ETF held its support zone and surged to affirm support at 22.60. Gold gave us a little preview of the Fed policy statement by breaking down last week. This break held as GLD consolidated in the 118 area. GLD continued lower after the Fed announced the long awaited end to quantitative easing, which is Dollar bullish and bullion bearish. I will not move key resistance to 119.

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Gold And Silver Capitulation? A Wash-Out Bottom In The Making?

| October 30, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Capitulation? A Wash-Out Bottom In The Making?

The strengthening U.S. Dollar will continue to put enormous pressure on gold and silver. We sense that it will result in a phase of capitulation. If there is one “good” thing about capitulation, it is that all sellers will get exhausted on (much) lower prices, leaving the marketplace with no sellers. Capitulation are rare events but, when they tend to progress very fast.

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