A strong US dollar has pushed down most commodity prices this week with gold, silver and oil posting losses. Copper prices were up slightly on the news.
Articles Tagged "gold price"
Gold – Japanese investors are selling yen to purchase foreign bonds, which is pushing up the value of the dollar and lowering the price of gold.
Gold – Many junior mining investors have run off with their tails between their legs. And who can blame them when even the portfolios of market veterans like Peter Grandich, publisher and editor of The Grandich Letter, have taken a beating? But before you cash in, you might want to read why Grandich still has hope for $2,000/oz gold, and which companies he believes have the mojo to make it through this trough in this interview with The Gold Report.
Gold – Things are upside down in the gold market. Valuations are irrationally low, while global consumerism fuels demand and supply comes up short. Lawrence Roulston, editor and publisher of Resource Opportunities, advises people to trust their guts as well as the numbers when weeding through prospective investments. In this interview with The Gold Report, he skirts around conspiracy theories regarding the recent gold sell-off and keeps his advice simple: lower expectations, get rid of poorly performing investments and load up on the companies going cheap. If you push against the trend, you might come out with your feet on the ground.
Gold – Gold was up this week for the second time in three days, with most of the gains occurring in India and China, the world's largest consumers of the precious metal.
Gold – Gold prices are down in the short term, but the commodity metal is here to stay, says geologist Joe Mazumdar. In this interview with The Gold Report, the Canaccord Genuity analyst assesses the current situation and compares the performance potential of the majors with the mid caps. He backs up his analysis and predictions with a few solid companies that are positioned to weather the storm.
Gold – Investor jitters about a policy statement from the US Federal Reserve dragged down gold today, along with a basket of other industrial and precious metals.
Investor jitters about a pending policy statement from the US Federal Reserve are dragging down gold today, along with a basket of other industrial and precious metals.
Gold – Gold fell sharply last month, but now investors are taking an interest in physical gold.
Gold – Reuters reported that HSBC has dropped its gold forecast for 2013 and 2014, saying that the recent plunge in prices has taken a toll on investor confidence, which will take some time to recover.