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.

Admit it: if your first instinct on the economy is to buy gold, then you probably don’t have very bullish thoughts on the world economy. Gold’s role as an economic hedge—and a hedge against inflation—means that those who often buy a lot of gold don’t see a particula
With the Federal Reserve giving indications that it may raise interest rates in June, many people think that the bull run for gold that opened up this year, might be at an end. This is short-sighted thinking. The truth is, if you really want to know where gold
With silver down below $16.00 as of this writing, it’s clear that May hasn’t been too kind to the precious metal. Although silver started the year strongly, much as gold did, it’s taken a recent hit as investors wait and watch for the Federal Reserve to make its pot
Regular readers will remember that the ratio of the price of gold to the price of silver is one of the top variables we look at when determining which of the two precious metals is the better bargain. But if you really want to understand the historical context of
Memorial Day is typically a day off for many people in the financial sector - but that doesn't mean there can’t be major moves in the world of gold, the U.S. dollar, and the Federal Reserve. Today it’s Federal Reserve Chief Janet Yellen adding to recent signals t
Even the most fanatical of the silver bugs tend to keep their estimates for silver prices in the double digits. Cautious investors might see $20 per ounce on the horizon, $25 per ounce if they’re optimistic. But the precious metal, which once hit an all-time high of
With gold coming off a difficult week - only recently was its downward streak snapped - it’s clear that things have been slowing down for the precious metal. This is particularly due to a stronger dollar. And, with the Federal Reserve showing signs of flirting with
Why does the price of platinum go up or down? Like any other investment, hindsight always seems to be the most powerful tool for weighing the value of a specific investment. But if you want to know where platinum prices are headed in 2016, it pays to be well-informe
It’s not difficult to see how Federal Reserve policy impacts gold prices. Investors, who are wary of low interest rates, and even the possibility of negative interest rates, tend to flock to gold. In addition, the price of gold is in US dollars, and Federal Reserve
Is gold in retreat? CNBC seems to think so, noting that the yellow metal has enjoyed a strong 2016 but, as of late, appears to be holding off on more impressive gains. That’s a fancy way of saying that gold has been going down lately, never faithfully cracking the p

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