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.

There are some days in the news when the stock market makes big headlines—but that isn’t always a good thing for investors. Yesterday’s big dip in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ, and S&P 500 showed that there is a lot of uncertainty out there in the ma
After some pessimism with how gold has dipped over the past month or so—going down into the low $1,200-per-troy-ounce range—this week, we see an entirely different story. As of this morning, gold sits at some $1,257 per troy ounce, restoring the price of gold to its ent
Although forecasting the price of gold is a bit like trying to forecast the weather months removed from any individual storm or event, there are certain trends we can follow. And there are also set dates in which economic events are scheduled to take place, which in
As of Thursday morning, the prospects of the gold price were not looking good: it’s down to about $1,225-$1,230 per troy ounce. In what has been a tough day for commodities, oil is also down to a new, recent low that goes back several months. But whether or not thes
After the Dow Jones Industrial Average went high over the past few weeks, there has been pessimism in precious metals. Now we see that gold is hitting a three-week low as of yesterday, putting it in the mid-$1,200’s per troy ounce. Is this just a temporary setback t
When forecasting the price of anything, there can be some inherent bias depending on when you forecast from. When gold is riding high, it’s tempting to see optimism—when gold is riding low, it’s tempting to look the other way. There’s no question that this week up u
It’s no secret that the stock market is having an ambitious week. The NASDAQ went over 6,000 points this week as the Dow Jones Industrial Average put up extremely healthy numbers. And as many gold and silver investors know, this kind of optimism in stocks usually me
After Thursday’s report about the potential for volatility in silver, we have now seen silver go under $18 for the first time since mid-March, when the precious metal briefly flirted with $16 per troy ounce. But is this just a blip on the radar with a bull market in
It’s no secret that silver is worth less than gold, and as a result, silver’s price often seems more volatile by comparison. When forecasting the price of sliver for the next few months, we have to wonder: Are there strong signs of volatility in eithe
Those who have been paying attention to the price of gold in recent years have seen it move up to around $1,350—and back down again. Now, with gold making a comeback in 2017 (only to hit a wall of resistance today, with the price down over $10 as of this writing), i

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