Tag: gold investments

6 Great Investment Questions To Marc Faber

| December 22, 2014 | Category: Investing
6 Great Investment Questions To Marc Faber

In the latest episode of Ask the Expert, by Sprott Money, Dr. Marc Faber was the invitee. Below are the answers from Marc Faber on 6 excellent questions from Sprott Money readers.

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Insights From 10 Year Gold to Silver Ratio And Sentiment

| October 1, 2014 | Category: Price
Insights From 10 Year Gold to Silver Ratio And Sentiment

The GSR is approximately 70. That is an extremely high ratio and probably marks a major bottom in gold and silver prices. However, can the price of silver drop another buck? Of course! Do High-Frequency-Traders want to generate profits? Of course, and if they can smash silver down another buck, they will. But watch out for the snap-back rally. It will be impressive. Prices will reflect true value – eventually. In the meantime, buy when blood is running in the streets, when sentiment is low, when prices have been smashed, and when nobody else wants to buy.

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Peter Schiff: Gold’s Rise Confounds Wall Street Banks

Peter Schiff: Gold’s Rise Confounds Wall Street Banks

In the first edition of the new Gold Videocast, Peter delivers his verdict on the gold market for the first half of 2014, analyzes Janet Yellen’s performance so far as Fed Chair, and makes some contrarian forecasts for the rest of the year. One of the interesting points he makes, is that gold’s rise has confounded Wall Street banks that advised their clients to sell in expectation of a big correction.

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Is Gold Price Manipulation Good Or Bad For Gold Investors?

Is Gold Price Manipulation Good Or Bad For Gold Investors?

In this article, Peter Schiff gives, for the first time, a detailed view of the leading conspiracy theories and how they impact its long-term investment outlook. He believes that the individual investor should have the same opportunities in the marketplace as the big institutions. The subtext “Because the price is suppressed, buying gold is for suckers” is fundamentally wrong in his view.

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How to Invest in, Buy, Sell, Store and Insure Precious Metals in Canada

How to Invest in, Buy, Sell, Store and Insure  Precious Metals in Canada

In this report, the authors discuss options of investing in physical (bullions, numismatic coins and collectible items, junk coins, silverware and flatware, jewelry) and paper (trusts, investment through companies that buy/sell and store precious metals for you, deposit programs, bank gold/silver certificates) precious metals. Readers get to know all available options along with advice on how to buy and sell precious metals on Ebay, which can be very profitable if you follow our recommendations.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – April 4th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – April 4th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com nicely summarizes for gold investors this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market. Gold closed the week at $1,303.64, up $8.37 per ounce (0.65%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index rose 0.52% on the week.

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Marc Faber Warns To Keep Gold Holdings Outside The U.S.

Marc Faber Warns To Keep Gold Holdings Outside The U.S.

Gloom Boom & Doom Report publisher Marc Faber discusses the fragile state of the US and global financial systems… how rising inflation will affect the average American… how soon the bubble will burst… and why gold and silver will triumph.

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Why Increased Western Gold Demand Could Lead To A Gold Supply Shortage

Why Increased Western Gold Demand Could Lead To A Gold Supply Shortage

From where will the gold ETF source their gold once the ETF demand turns higher again? It is clear that a supply shortage is a very likely outcome of renewed interest in gold ETF’s. We know that newly mined gold is limited compared to the existing above the ground gold, so it cannot meet Chinese and Western demand. In fact, above the ground gold IS the supply. So what happens if the appetite for gold in Asia remains strong, if those existing gold owners do not supply their gold to the market, and Western demand increases again?

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4 Tips To Avoid Gold Scams

4 Tips To Avoid Gold Scams

It is critical not to fall in one of the gold scam traps. Peter Schiff, founder of Euro Pacific Precious Metals, has released a free anti gold scam report. He observes that the majority of investors are currently playing the US markets and shunning gold, just like they did in 2007 and 2008, right before the financial collapse. For gold investors who are serious about investing safely, we has updated and re-released the Classic Gold Scams report. In it, he provides four tips.

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Marc Faber: Gold Is One Of The Few Cheap Assets

Marc Faber: Gold Is One Of The Few Cheap Assets

Every investor understand the principle buy low and sell high. When prices are low, nobody wants to buy. When I compare gold shares and the price of gold to the S&P 500, the S&P is up substantially since 2011 and gold is down. So if you compare the performance of gold shares to the S&P, I think it’s been a disaster for gold shares. When I look around, I think the price of gold is one of the few assets that are relatively inexpensive.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – February 28th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – February 28th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com nicely summarizes for gold investors this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market. The price of the yellow metal went lower after two consecutive weeks of gains. Gold closed the week at $1,326.44, up $2.16 per ounce (0.16%). The NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index fell 2.62% on the week.

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Mining Stocks, Chinese Demand, and a Potential Golden Surprise

| February 13, 2014 | Category: Investing
Mining Stocks, Chinese Demand, and a Potential Golden Surprise

The evidence keeps mounting that last year’s Wall Street induced precious metals crash was the real one-off event, and not the record amounts of gold imported into China, or its strong demand as money globally.

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International Gold Demand Historically High, Gold Miners About To Follow

| February 10, 2014 | Category: Investing
International Gold Demand Historically High, Gold Miners About To Follow

Very few of my friends and neighbors own any gold. Rarely am I asked about it anymore, even by those who know what I do for a living. Most of the mainstream media ignore gold, while many of the big banks loudly proclaim their latest short position as if they had some sort of divine insight. Most Americans are still oblivious to potential in gold this year, but foreigners are buying, and that’s setting the stage for spectacular gains—on the right stocks.

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Gold Coins: The Difference Between 24k and 22k

| February 6, 2014 | Category: Investing
Gold Coins: The Difference Between 24k and 22k

24k gold is 99.99% pure, and the coins made from it weigh precisely 1 troy ounce. 22k gold is approximately 91.67% pure, with the remainder composed of other precious or semi-precious metals. Sometimes the choice between 22k and 24k simply comes down to the aesthetics of the product itself, as each of the popular coins has its own unique look and feel.

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