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.

Copper lost some 26% of its price in 2015 and bounced back early this year. But what does that mean for copper right now, and what’s the latest in copper investing this week? Here are some quick briefs: U.S. Geological Survey Releases New Copper Data According to
When you ask people what they’re doing to stay out of the stock market in what appears to be a year of a bear market, most people will say that they’re going to safe havens like real estate and gold. But what many people forget about is the completely viable alterna
There’s no doubt that 2016 has been an interesting one for gold. Though the stock market is sputtering and there continues to be a lot of pessimism about the quality of the economy as a whole, the price of gold has had some investors seeing a “bull market” for the preci
While precious metals like gold and silver appear to be coming around to a bull market, investors who consider the entire swath of metal prices aren’t so sure about industrial and base metals including zinc, lead, tin, and nickel. Does that mean that zinc and lead ar
Last week, you saw three signs of increased gold demand as International banks made big moves to secure and repatriate their stores. At that point, gold was up 8% since New Year’s Day 2016, with CNN dubbing gold the “most beloved asset” of 2016 and Time dubbing it a
As we watch stocks tumble and the price of gold hold strong—especially in recent weeks—it’s apparent that gold may be primed to have a good year. In the simplest economic terms, the supply and demand of gold include some favorable “trade winds” that we can identify

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