Darren Capriotti

Darren Capriotti

Darren Capriotti has been a market analyst for the past decade and is an expert in precious metals. He prides himself on his ability to analyze the market and offer true value to investors with questions about gold, silver, and other precious metals. Highly educated, incredibly passionate, and more accurate than most, Darren offers a true, unbiased look into what investors can expect in the precious metals market. You can reach Darren at dcapriotti@gold-eagle.com.

Forecasting the price of gold can be a bit like forecasting the weather. Though we might know some broad strokes about what might happen on a long-term basis (say, the changing of the seasons)—it’s hard to predict where the price of gold will fall on any particular
The economic headlines the past few days have not been about worry or tumultuous politics—but instead, about just how well things are going. Yesterday, the opening of the Dow Jones set off exulting headlines about how well stocks have soared since the beginning of t
Yesterday saw some mixed results on Wall Street—although the Dow Jones was up, there was a big dropoff for a monster of a company as Amazon’s quarterly earnings dropped 77%. The S&P and NASDAQ markets also fell. Meanwhile, our favorite precious metal decreased s
When forecasting the price of silver, we often have to look at long-term trends or even review previous months to get a context for where the price may be headed. But this silver forecast will be different. Not only is there interesting movement in the price of silv
The economic news early this morning had nothing to do with gold, but is worth noting for gold investors nonetheless: stocks are positive. Individual gainers like Boeing have helped drive the stock markets up this morning thanks to what MarketWatch calls “strong cor
After starting off the morning on a sour note, precious metals have taken an upswing back to where the latter end of this week seems to be pointing: there is indeed some optimism for both gold and silver. There may even be optimism extending beyond that, even throug
Gold prices hit a two-week high yesterday, finding its way into the $1,240-per-troy-ounce range. This marks a return to a price range that gold hasn’t seen since the beginning of the month, and puts it within striking distance of the prices gold was seeing before the mi
Oftentimes in this space we have occasion to point to a variable or two that could be responsible for gold’s recent movement. But this week, we have mixed results. As of this morning, gold is up slightly—similar to the results we had yesterday (Monday). But gold has
The price of precious metals has been relatively stable for the opening half of 2017, but it appears that the markets are slated to bring gold and silver down to size, at least as we open the second half of the year. This morning, gold is already down a considerable
Recent news for precious metals has been bearish. Not only are gold and silver struggling to maintain the gains they established early on in the year—and slipping while they do so—but the stock market in recent months has continued to stay at the high levels that cr

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