You can't print gold. You can't devalue it. It is always a good idea to have some gold in your portfolio.
Powell and Mnuchin have created a bubble in their response to the Covid-19 crisis. It's difficult to see one when inside one.
The charts and indicators of SA are bullish.
The spot market is above the $1,800 threshold.
If you are confused about what to do with prices above $1,800, you aren't alone.
The miners have been leading gold prices for a long time.
Lenders to the Nasdaq-listed jewelry maker reportedly have discoverd that 83 tons of gold used to borrow billions appear to be copper alloy bars.
The market trend is up and that's all that matters in the short term.
A new technical strategy for NEM shares.
We're cheering what may be an aberration, a bullish employment number. We'll take what it brings - a wholesale shift in what we're buying and what we're selling to fund it.
There is no doubt we will be entering a period of hyper- or stagflation. Buy commodities, but be choosy.
Those looking to either remain long or get long the precious metal from these levels should do so in a skeptical manner.
What is interesting for traders is the increased movement in some of these secondary stocks.
These gold-related names are a great hedge against tail risk amid Covid-19.
I'm not a fan of catching a falling knife, but I see some intriguing aspects on the daily view of Newmont.
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Let's review the charts and indicators.
My overall market thesis is that a trading range will develop but the indices are still hunting to find support.
The silver market appears to be a place speculators should look to get bullish on dips in anticipation of firmer prices.
Investors should consider exposure to gold through some of the biggest and best-performing gold mining stocks. Here's a starting point.
Technical analysis and strategy on FNV.
Gold has always been, and still is the world's favorite safe haven.
Looking out for a resumption of the rally in Gold. Let's see if the bullish pattern continues.
If you are holding substantial longs, the prudent move is to reduce risk into the strength and look for another entry point down the road.
You do not want to wait until it is clear the market has turned before buying.
Given recent actions, the way we view fixed income may be changed forever.
Price support and Fibonacci timing cycles suggest a gold bounce is due in the next time window.
I'm still not sure a bottom is in play in the market yet, but I do feel like we have the setup for a bounce.
GLD longs should protect their positions right now.
When markets become excessively volatile, it's a good idea to look at charts from a longer-term perspective.