Gold – The price of gold and forecasting any future target price has invariably been the subject of numerous confidential discussions among central bankers; however, if the level of interest in the price of gold is any indication of what is to happen in the future, perhaps it would be a worthwhile observation to follow the trend of the “smart money”.
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Rare Earth – Thecrustycreditanalyst.blogspot.com reports that Speculators are pushing any and all rare earth related stocks skyward.
Copper Investing News reports copper prices fell this week. On Monday, copper fell in New York to the lowest price in more than five weeks, as an increase in inventory sparked mounting concern that demand is dwindling. Stockpiles in warehouses monitored by the London Metal Exchange rose 1.1 per cent to 344,350 metric tons, the [...]
Crude Investing News reports oil prices and its impact around the world. There are three catalysts for higher oil prices. Many analysts believe that oil prices will rise in the long-run for a number of reasons. Firstly, several developing countries are beginning to see an improvement in gross domestic product per capita, and as a [...]
Gold Investing News reports gold used as an alternative to the weaker dollar. Gold slid marginally. As speculators offloaded their holdings of the precious metal to lock in gains after it climbed to a two-month high on Thursday and commodity prices slipped, gold declined to $961.16 an ounce on Friday. For complete story, click this [...]
Uranium Investing News & u3o8.biz reports with recent market turmoil, Washington sends out a huge escue plan which fuelled huge gains across all the major boards. In an effort to end the worst banking crisis since the Great Depression, the U.S. Treasury plans to buy mortgage-related securities from any financial institution headquartered in the United States, a move [...]
Crude Investing News reports the resurgence of oil futures and it is close to US$120s. Two competing theories have been presented. It is argued that the American government’s massive reaction to the financial sector crises has restored confidence and allayed existing fears of further demand destruction and recession. To my mind, the more persuasive theory [...]