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.

With the Federal Reserve hinting that a rate hike may be in the works, the market is always primed to react. That’s just how things work when the Federal Reserve makes headlines these days. And with gold and silver prices moving up yesterday, there’s a clear market
If you’ve read the headlines lately, you might get the feeling that the price of gold is waiting to hear all about what the Federal Reserve will do with its next decision. And this is not new. Goldbugs have always paid close attention to what the Federal Reserve doe
The stock market is up. The economic future, while some might consider it optimistic, is uncertain. Not everyone believes that the market will be high forever. Consequently, for those who need more security in their retirement, considering a gold IRA isn’t just a go
The US stock market is riding on record highs. Ever since the election of Donald Trump as President, confidence in the markets—and in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which has soared over 20,000 points—is up. But is this confidence justified because of earnings, o
Anyone watching gold recently noted that it seemed to have remarkable strength, moving up to the $1,240/ounce range. However, just recently gold dipped again…and as of the writing this morning, it’s down to about $1,230. So what’s caused this dip, and how should tha
Running the world on solar power would have tremendous advantages—no one denies that. Using up free energy from the sun would mean low pollution and plenty of cheap, affordable energy. And as fans of silver as a precious metal would note, it takes metals like silver
As of this morning, gold’s price is holding strong in the $1,240 range. Generally, one might expect to see a weakened US Dollar Index in the wake of higher gold prices. However, if this week has shown us anything, it’s that gold has legs despite this resistance.
Using past performance to predict future results is folly. As we saw in 2016, there are any number of potential news events which could shape the economic landscape this next year, many of which could directly influence the price of gold. But the past is all we h
Any look at the recent markets will convince you that they’re relatively skittish. While stocks climbed to 20,000 points and beyond in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, there have been just as many mixed and negative days as of late. And in the world of precious met
Stocks made their march to 20,000 last week—at least as far as the Dow Jones Industrial Average is concerned—but as many psychological barriers in investing end up, the milestone appears to have had no teeth. Early trading this Wednesday morning is mixed while gold

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