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Recent Gold Price Action The last week has seen the metals and miners drop down into support regions. As I write this, we are sitting just over major support for most of the charts I follow. Whereas the GDX likely provides the cleanest pict
Let’s take a quick departure from gold into the hysterical world of Bitcoin. Multiple emails received last week noted concern about Bitcoin’s effect on gold. Below are my responses. Here Are My Views on Bitcoin (we note that the gurus are now weighing in, which i
As we reported recently: “But let’s be aware that nothing much has happened yet technically, it is holiday silly season and it is incumbent upon a bearish sector to prove itself to be bullish. I am currently using the sector as a counterbalance to broad market posit
It is an honor to be asked to contribute a weekly article on gold and the gold sector by the founder (I.M. Vronsky) of the first gold website I ever read way back in 2001, Gold-Eagle. You may know me (if you know me at all) as an antagonist toward certain gold 
With Thanksgiving this week, the markets are a bit shortened—leaving the price of gold room for little movement as investors try to identify a good time to buy into the metal. With the Dow Jones performing well to start the week, pressure on gold was initially downw
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it’s only natural to look back at the rest of 2017 and get a clearer picture of where precious metals have moved. This year was a year of consistently inconstant geopolitical headlines. If it wasn’t the Russia investigation or int
Last week, I wrote: So while gold should definitively bottom this week, and is showing the potential for a significant bounce here, Gold Miners look like they could post a truly violent move. Put simply, gold’s next major move should see us rally to $1,300.
As President Trump prepares to nominate a new chair for the Federal Reserve this week, gold prices remain in a range bound consolidation. Not only has this grinding pattern been ongoing for the last several weeks, but when we examine the price chart for the last fiv
Last week we wrote: We remain very bullish gold into year-end, but it looks like we need a final flush to get rid of the momentum players. That final flush should complete this week. Sure enough, we got that final flush, with gold dropping nearly 1% last week
With the price of gold recently slipping, it’s tempting to believe that the hedge gold offers from the stock market isn’t as powerful as some say. But world events can throw that notion for a loop overnight. That’s what we saw early Friday, as Reuters notes, with th

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