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.

It’s no secret that 2016, thus far, has been a positive year for precious metals. But when you use that phrase - “precious metals," most people assume you’re talking about one of two things, silver or gold. What about the platinum price, which has also seen some movemen
Any investors paying close attention to this week’s gold prices noted that, along with the Dow Jones Industrial Average, gold prices were down a bit on Monday. Even this morning, as the Dow has increased around as much as a percentage point, the price of gold saw a skit
It’s no secret that the price of silver saw some fantastic increases in April. If you’ve been reading this space for long enough, you’ll recognize that there have been few investments this year as profitable as silver. Silver prices gained 15% in April, after all, a sig
There can be no doubt, now, that copper prices aren’t at their strongest. Mining stocks have recently fallen on the slugging price of copper, and the FTSE (Financial Times Stock Exchange) 100 is near a 1-month low. Although copper is far from the only commodity that put
Gold started up around $10-15 per ounce this morning in its flirtation with $1,300 an ounce. Although gold is still short of that goal, today we’re going to look ahead. In my opinion, it is a foregone conclusion that gold will hit $1,300 within the next quarter or so. T
There’s an old saying in sports as well as investing - hindsight is twenty-twenty. But even though hindsight is valuable, that doesn’t necessarily mean that previous movements by stocks and commodities are highly effective at predicting future success. But are there som
On one hand, you have optimism. Gold bugs believe that gold’s ceiling is well beyond $1,300 - even in the short term, to say nothing about the long term. On the other hand, you have goldbears. They believe that gold outperforming the stock market this strongly in 201
Yesterday’s Fed announcement that interest rates would remain stable suggested to many that the next quarter might bring “more of the same” for the US economy. For some, this is bad news. The U.S. economy is showing some signs of stagnating. But for bull markets like si
Although precious metals are thus far enjoying a hallmark year, the market for industrial metals is something else entirely. Not only will regular readers of this space recognize that, but anyone watching the commodities news this week will have seen it. Copper for July
Regular readers will know that we’ve been watching the Fed closely this week, and for good reason: a big semi-regular meeting just took place in which the Fed was set to tell the nation, and the world, what it thought about the economy. And when the Fed talks about the

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