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.

You could buy an ounce of silver for $48.70 in early 2011. The price may seem exorbitant now - with silver at about $16 or $17. However, with silver climbing every day, the notion of silver more than doubling its price and hitting new highs doesn’t sound so silly anymor
You might remember the concept of a perfect storm - an event in which several different factors all run into each other at the same time in order to create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. In the world of weather, a “perfect storm” is an event to watch
We all know that gold has seen a positive 2016. Even with the stock market performing well, it seems as though many money managers and bankers the world over are perfectly happy to invest in gold. We’ve seen that in the past months with Chinese central banks investing m
Anyone who’s read the news lately knows that despite day-to-day fluctuations, there appears to be a solid market for gold right now. The precious metal is more than just an investment; it’s a hedge against inflation, against a poorly-performing stock market, and a safe
Bull markets aren’t always easy to discern. Too often, investors hear that a bull market has arrived in one particular sector, only by then, the real gains to be had are too little and too late. As famous investor Warren Buffet likes to note, it’s usually a better idea
There’s an old axiom when it comes to investing: “buy low, sell high.” The problem is, not every investor lives up to it. They tend to buy high and sell low. The herd mentality is strong in the stock market, which is why you have so many investors leaving stocks just as
The same story we’ve seen all year continued this Thursday morning as the Federal Reserve is sending cautious signals and sending investors to worrying about the state of the dollar and the global economy as a whole. What’s that story? For starters, gold’s price is u
When stock market prospects are poor, many investors turn to hedges that will keep the value of their investments high even as the prices of businesses decrease. Traditionally, this means that people will hedge their investments with gold and silver, especially if they
Gold prices lately have hovered in the $1,200’s, which has some investors believing that it’s hit its short-term ceiling. But has it really? One of the fascinating developments of 2016 hasn’t been the rise in the price of gold—but the ever-increasing demand for gold
While many people look to precious metals to weigh the state of the economy, there are still those shrewd investors who’d rather look to the industrial metals. According to Daryl Guppy at CNBC, “The health of the price of copper, shown here in cents per pound on the

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