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Why Gold Stocks are Struggling Despite Record Gold Price Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Tue Apr 19 11 00:41 ET
It is breaking away from a consolidation which could be called a running correction. Two weeks ago Gold broke to a new high. Last week Gold retested the breakout and then advanced to another new high at the end of the week. Its textbook bullish action. Yet the gold shares have really struggled.
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Gold Breakout and Silver Going Parabolic Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Wed Apr 13 11 06:35 ET
Over the past few weeks Gold has traded at or near record highs. It has yet to embark on a sustained breakout but that is not because Gold is a crowded trade. In recent months money has moved into equities, Oil and Silver. As a result, some hot money and speculative money has moved out of Gold, leaving the market in a healthier state.
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Breakouts in Gold and Silver Prices Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Sat Apr 09 11 12:48 ET
The story of gold is as rich, lustrous and complex as the metal itself. It is as ancient as the Egyptian Pharos and modern as the mirrors coated with gold which astronomers use to capture images of the universe. The metal's mounting value is connected directly to its economic role as a stable alternative to paper currencies, and its rise should speak volume about the health of the global monetary system.
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Quarterly Outlook: Commodities Face Steeplechase of Uncertainties Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Saxobank | Thu Apr 07 11 10:40 ET
Investors have had to deal with an unusual number of shocks during the first quarter of 2011. What began with an almost unanimous belief that the global economy would shift up a gear in 2011, which in turn would trigger higher energy and base metal prices, has turned into a steeplechase with one obstacle following another.
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Gold Breakout and Silver Going Parabolic Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Thu Apr 07 11 09:18 ET
We obviously have been too cautious on Silver. The metal has been on a tear and has shown no weakness in the past few weeks. Our upside targets were $37 and $39. A clean break of $39, which seems imminent will send the market to $45 and possibly $50. Monday was the start of a parabolic move. First Majestic Silver, the strongest performing Silver stock has already gone parabolic. Keep an eye on First Majestic to gauge or confirm movements in Silver. We still hold First Majestic in our premium service portfolio, which was originally recommended almost two years ago.
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Gold and Silver Gather Strength for Bigger Moves Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Wed Apr 06 11 02:13 ET
China Central Bank's recent announcement of a rise in lending and deposit rates caused gold to trade close to US$1,430 on Tuesday, Asian trading time. However, long-term trends in precious metals are UP although the current investor sentiment appears mixed. Weakness of the dollar, the uncertainty in the Middle East and concerns over a looming debt crisis in the euro zone, could support yellow metal.
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Here's Your Guide To Debunking Gold Bears Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Thu Mar 31 11 07:20 ET
In only two and a half months, Gold went from $400/oz to over $850/oz. Gold really began to takeoff in the second quarter of 1979 at a price of $250/oz. Some buying came in after Gold's initial crash as it rebounded from $500/oz to $750/oz. The point is Gold spent only nine months above $500/oz. The spike was extremely short-lived. Very few people bought in above $500/oz. Gold bears would have you believe “the public” came in at $800/oz.
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Gold is Worth $3,844/OZ as a Hedge against Inflation Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by BullionVault | Tue Mar 29 11 13:06 ET
The value of gold as an insurance policy to protect your savings against inflation and potential financial risks could be closer to $4,000 per ounce, according to the CEO of the UK's leading gold investment service. BullionVault founder and CEO, Paul Tustain, believes that at $1,400/oz the market still significantly undervalues gold and its ability to protect savings from the risks of hyper inflation, currency crises, sovereign debt defaults, and other serious economic shocks.
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No Breakout in Gold So Far, Strong Resistance Seen in Silver Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Sat Mar 26 11 11:12 ET
There are so many news items affecting precious metals, especially gold, these days. The precious metals glittered in their roles as havens as euro-zone debt worries resurfaced increasing the anxiety among market participants already jittery about $106 oil, the fighting in Libya, protestors killed in Syria and the nuclear crisis in Japan.
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Of Oil, Nuclear Energy and the MENA Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Wells Fargo Securities | Tue Mar 22 11 06:34 ET
A good friend of mine always argued with me that the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) was one of the most stable regions of the world. He was right, up until Tunisia, then Egypt, and now Libya blew up in succession with the potential to spread to other countries of the region; it was one of the most stable regions in the world. But now, even Saudi Arabia and China are not immune to the talk of the town: Are they next?
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