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Gold: Treading Water
One big surprise in the world of gold thus far this year has been the metal’s lack of price volatility. What the gold market is really interested in these days is the “real” or “inflation-adjusted” interest rate.
Surprise, Surprise!
Higher interest rates are widely perceived as a negative or bearish influence on the gold price.
Interest Rates, Inflation, And Trumpian Troubles Point Up For Gold
Gold prices of late have been testing support just under the market, if you will, preparing for a healthy rally into higher territory.
The Prospects For Gold: Does The Election Really Matter?
Indeed, it will be the growth in physical demand for gold – from India and greater China – that drives gold prices to unheard of heights over the next several years.
Gold Flash Crash?
Gold has once again surprised. This time, news from “outside the market” set in motion a chain reaction that knocked gold for a loop.
Gold And The Interest-Rate Dis-Connect
We are entering a new phase in gold-price action where expectations of Fed interest-rate policy will become less important and other, more bullish, gold-price drivers come to the fore.
Gold: Day Of Reckoning Ahead
Although the price of gold is up some 25 percent so far this year, the metal still remains 30 percent below its all-time high of $1,924 registered in September 2011 – so there’s still plenty of room overhead for the price of gold to move higher.
What’s Driving Gold — It Ain’t Interest Rates
Although gold prices have had some difficulty sustaining recent gains above the $1365 per ounce level, the metal has nevertheless registered just about the best performance across virtually all investment classes over the past six months.
Founding Fathers Liked Gold
More than a few of our nation’s Founding Fathers owned gold and silver coins to preserve wealth at a time when paper currency wasn’t worth a Continental.
Gold: More About The Outlook
We expect gold will continue to be one of the best – if not the best – investment-asset class in the months and years ahead.
Gold — Pregnant With Possibility
Despite gold’s recent sell off, I feel increasingly comfortable with our short-term (one-year) and our long-term (five-to-seven year) forecast of the future price of gold.
The Gold Bull Begins To Stir
These days I am feeling very bullish on the prospects for gold – and I would not be surprised to see prices double or possibly do even better over the next three-to-five years.
Wall Street Matters
A period of day-to-day gold price gains and simultaneous declines in the broad stock market averages could be evidence of a shift in investor attitudes away from stocks in favor of gold – signaling a new era for the yellow metal.
Gold In A Rising Interest Rate Environment
Gold may be out of favor on Wall Street . . . but not on Main Street, nor across Asia where, led by China and India, private-sector gold buying of physical gold, including small bars and bullion coins, continues apace.
Gold: Recovery Insight
Despite increasingly strong supply/demand fundamentals, gold prices continue to tread water – more or less within a narrow $100 range – having hit overhead resistance a few weeks ago near $1175 and now testing support near $1075 an ounce.
Interest Rates, Fed Policy, And The Price Of Gold
Traders and investors around the world are placing bets on whether or not the U.S. Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, will soon raise short-term interest rates given the continuing ambiguity in U.S. and global economic indicators.
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