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Gold ETF Mass Exodus

Gold ETF Mass Exodus

Gold is enjoying an awesome January, rallying strongly out of its oversold late-December lows. But last month’s hyper-pessimistic sentiment deserves some reflection before it totally fades from memory. One of the core theses of the bears resolutely predicting sub-$1400 gold prices soon was the notion that there would be widespread liquidations in the flagship GLD gold ETF, a mass exodus of capital. If it indeed came to pass, gold would almost certainly be considerably lower than we’ve seen in recent weeks. But it didn’t, the stock traders owning GLD didn’t panic and rush for the exits as feared. Instead they boldly stood their ground, continuing the long tradition of GLD […]

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David Duval about gold’s outlook, gold stocks and Tanzanian Royalty

Ellis Martin talks with David Duval (co-founder of JSmineset.com) about the outlook of the price of gold, gold stocks and the precious metals royalty company Tanzanian Royalty (owned by legendary Jim Sinclair). Courtesy to Ellis Martin  

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Fed’s zero interest rate policy could affect GDP and gold’s price

Both the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are now offering limitless quantities of new money – the ECB to support the banks, and the Fed for reasons (despite explanations) that are not entirely clear. The Fed in its press release announced that it expected interest rates to “warrant exceptionally low levels for the Federal Funds Rate at least through late 2014.” The fact that the central banks governing the two most important currencies in the world are issuing money to all-comers at very little interest cost for up three years has not been lost on gold and silver, whose prices shot up in response to the Fed’s […]

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Central banks’ determination to inflate

Gold and silver moved further up the price chart yesterday, with the most-actively traded Comex gold contract (February) gaining $26.60 (1.6%) to settle at $1,726.70 per troy ounce. Silver for March delivery gained 62 cents (1.9%), settling at $33.74 per troy ounce. The HUI Index of gold and silver mining stocks put in a good showing following the FOMC news on Wednesday and continued higher early in the session yesterday. However, later on yesterday the shares faltered, which as some analysts have pointed out could be a sign that hedge funds lack confidence on the sustainability of this latest risk rally. Certainly there have been times over the last few months […]

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Gold closed week with biggest weekly gain in 8 weeks

Spot market Gold Prices looked set for their biggest weekly gain since early December on Friday, rallying back above $1720 per ounce – a gain of over 3% on the week. Silver Prices meantime hovered around $33.60 per ounce – 4.2% up on last week’s close – while other commodities and stocks were broadly flat and US Treasury bond prices slipped. A day earlier, Gold Prices hit a 7-week high at $1730 per ounce before easing in Friday’s Asian session. “Lack of physical demand partly explains the inability of gold to make a sustained move beyond the $1730 level,” says Standard bank commodities strategist Marc Ground, citing this week’s Chinese Lunar New Year holiday as […]

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Long Term Trend Up In Gold and Silver Is Intact, Look For High Quality Exploration Companies

Long Term Trend Up In Gold and Silver Is Intact, Look For High Quality Exploration Companies

At the end of 2011, Merkel and Sarkozy got together for an unusual emergency meeting.  They pledged to come up with economic salvation.  Immediately the equity markets mounted a year end “Halleluyah” rally.   Bernanke followed Europe’s footsteps in 2012 and expanded the horizon of record low interest rates from Mid-2013 until Late 2014. We respond judiciously to this euphoria.  Politician’s promises are usually a thin blanket for an upcoming cold night.  We have concluded since October that a surprisingly potent rise may occur which would be in reaction to the application of the stimulative paddles. The European resolution was a response to the Franco-Belgium travails of the widely held […]

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HUI gold stocks index higher but showing signs of selling pressure

HUI gold stocks index higher but showing signs of selling pressure

Take a look at the following chart and you will see what I am referring to. The mining shares gapped up today on the opening trying to catch up a bit with the overnight surge in gold and in silver but after that, most of them went nowhere. That is not a bullish sign for continuing their move higher. They did attract some dip buying later in the session but the shares are reflecting a lack of confidence that the rally in the metals is going to continue tomorrow. We will see whether or not they are prescient. Author: Trader Dan, specialized in commodities (gold, silver, ea)

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Bernanke lights a fire under gold and silver prices

“Party on!” was Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s message to Wall Street yesterday, as he announced that the Fed will be keeping interest rates at “exceptionally low” levels until late 2014, owing to concerns about stubbornly-high unemployment and the sustainability of the current statistical recovery. Bernanke also confirmed that for the first time in the Fed’s 99-year history, the institution will explicitly target a 2% inflation rate, as measured on the Personal Consumption Index (PCI). Other central banks have long had explicit inflation targets, but not the Fed. Unsurprisingly given their enthusiasm for easy money, the market response to this move was euphoric. The Dow gained 0.64% to settle at […]

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Gold vs paper money

Gold vs paper money

The gold price just broke through its downtrend – the line joining its tops – from summer 2011’s record high. Or so technical analysts studying the price charts will tell you, says Adrian Ash of BullionVault. Just as in late 2007, however – from where gold began a 55% run inside 6 months – the price jumped Wednesday on a very fundamental fact: the price of money, specifically Dollars, the world’s #1 currency for trade and central-bank reserves. Back in 2007, the catalyst came as a baby-step cut of 0.25%, signaling the Fed’s switch from raising to destroying the returns paid on cash savings. Now the Fed’s new zero-rate promise “took gold […]

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Demand to Buy Gold continues to push prices higher

Demand to Buy Gold continued to push prices higher Thursday morning in London, with bullion setting new 7-week highs against all major currencies after the US Federal Reserve vowed to keep Dollar interest rates at zero until at least 2014 – one year later than previously promised. London’s AM Gold Fix was set at $1713 per ounce today, more than 3.8% higher from Wednesday afternoon and the highest level since Dec. 8th. Wednesday saw the most-active US gold futures contract enjoy its heaviest volume in six weeks according to Amanda Cooper at Reuters. Investors wanting to Buy Gold exposure added 9 tonnes to the holdings of the New York-listed SPDR Gold Trust, whose assets rose to […]

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Stand By $140 Silver Price In 2012

Stand By $140 Silver Price In 2012

There is a well-established relationship between how silver and gold trade. They often trade similar in the same time period, but also at similar milestones, although those milestones are sometimes reached at different times. This can cause silver or gold to be the leading indicator, depending on the particular milestone. I have previously used this relationship to predict how silver will trade. Below, is an extract of that update: Currently, there is another situation in the silver and gold market that provides an opportunity to predict how silver prices might trade over the coming months. I have pointed this out before, in a previous article. Here, I would just like to […]

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Yesterday’s Gold Chart – updated

Yesterday’s Gold Chart – updated

Gold shattered overhead resistance near $1680 and has continued higher as momentum based buying is coming in driving out panicked shorts who were hoping for a halt in the advance to occur as the market encountered bullion bank selling originating at $1680. The FOMC made that a mirage as a zero interest rate environment for the next two years means an environment in which it pays to own gold. The yellow metal pays no interest but at this point, neither do short term Treasuries and those offer no protection from currency induced price increases. Just look at what is occuring across the commodity sector today as hedge funds now push the […]

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Investing in silver rounds may help you in eradicating debts

| January 26, 2012 | Articles: Insights

It has been observed that more than half of US citizens are under the burden of personal debt. Thus methods of debt reduction are gaining increased importance. Investments in silver bullion rounds are one of the best methods for gaining some extra money. You can use this money to pay off your debts. When you are investing in silver rounds, you should buy your rounds from a reputed source so that you know you are investing in pure silver. This is necessary so that you can get worthy return of your money. Below mentioned are three types of silver rounds that are the best and most reliable investment. 1. Silver […]

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Peter Schiff on yesterday’s action in gold & silver : The real state of the Union

Peter Schiff explains in this video what yesterday’s announcement of US Fed really means and why gold & silver soared with the news.

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