22 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson
17 July 2013 by MoneyMorning
Zero Hour is the moment the price of physical gold starts to run away from the ‘paper price’ you see on CNBC’s ticker. The most likely catalyst is a chain of events that you can read about here…
23 February 2013 by Callum Newman
It’s the task this week’s Money Weekend to explore if the gold bull market is over…
11 February 2013 by Dr. Alex Cowie
The gold price is on its way up for a number of reasons. Which is why now is the best time to buy gold before the price surges again.
08 February 2013 by MoneyMorning
No matter how you slice it, Germany’s request for its gold does not bode well for the future of the US dollar.
30 January 2013 by MoneyMorning
After spending more than 50 years in foreign hands, Germany’s gold is finally going home. So why does Germany want its gold back, and why now?
18 January 2013 by Kris Sayce
Gold is the bedrock of the financial system. It supports everything else, even paper money. That’s why you should buy gold as part of your investment strategy.
07 January 2013 by MoneyMorning
Gold bullion, gold stocks or no gold at all? I put that question to Real Asset Returns Editor Peter Krauth last week. You see, there’s a lot of interest in investing in gold right now. Or perhaps I should say that there’s a lot of interest in what gold might do.
04 January 2013 by Kris Sayce
As we’ve always said about gold, we consider it an insurance policy. Just because we didn’t have a car accident yesterday, doesn’t mean we’ll cancel our car insurance policy today. But there’s another reason why the gold price has held up, and why it will soon hotfoot it higher again.
21 December 2012 by Dominic Frisby
In just over two hours, the gold price was taken from about $1,693 to $1,660. ‘Those days’ are becoming a little too frequent for my liking. We’ve had about five of them since the beginning of November. Somebody doesn’t like gold …
17 December 2012 by Dr. Alex Cowie
Gold has now had TWO slow years in a row – so maybe gold is now set for a boomer year in 2013.
06 December 2012 by MoneyMorning
Since the replacement of the gold standard with the dollar standard, the gold price has fluctuated widely.
22 November 2012 by Dominic Frisby
According to the World Gold Council, China’s gold demand has risen by 27% a year since 2007. Its share of world demand has doubled from 10% to 21%.
14 November 2012 by MoneyMorning
With President Barack Obama’s successful re-election, the case for higher gold prices got even stronger. Let me give you seven reasons that gold prices are destined to head much higher in the next several years.
09 November 2012 by Dan Denning
Gold is back in play. There’s a veritable trifecta of forces that make gold the most interesting speculation/story for the rest of the year. With Obama’s re-election in the US, all attention now turns to the looming ‘fiscal cliff’. America’s credit rating – and the dollar – are on the line. You saw this clearly [...]
08 November 2012 by MoneyMorning
Although it happened more than 40 years ago, many Americans still rue the day back in 1971 when U.S. President Richard M. Nixon effectively took this country off the so-called ‘gold standard’. Under a true gold standard, paper notes are ‘convertible’ into pre-determined, fixed quantities of the ‘yellow metal’. What actually happened back in 1971 [...]
07 November 2012 by MoneyMorning
Over the past 28 trading days gold dropped more weight than a Jenny Craig model. Sure, the shiny stuff can probably fit into a smaller pant size. But the bigger problem, when it comes to apparel, is the shiver this recent pullback has sent down the britches of gold bugs – indeed, gold’s US$100-move in [...]
25 October 2012 by Kris Sayce
We couldn’t decide whether to write about this subject in Money Morning or in our new free eletter, Pursuit of Happiness. So we’ve come to a compromise. We’ve decided to write about it here and then post it to the Pursuit of Happiness website too. To be honest, this subject matter could fit in either [...]
15 October 2012 by MoneyMorning
Gold prices recently have risen due to global central bank stimulus measures, but the true movement in the market stems from much more than QE3.
13 October 2012 by MoneyMorning
Today I want to tell you why I think our system of money is failing us so badly. And what that means for you, me, and everyone else. How it affects every aspect of our lives. A big topic – but here goes…
08 October 2012 by MoneyMorning
Gold is no longer a contrarian bet. It features regularly in the money sections of newspapers. There are ‘we buy your gold’ shops everywhere. And more and more funds and financial services companies are setting up to cash in on the boom. It’s not a bubble either. It’s still held in contempt by the economic [...]
24 February 2012 by Dr. Alex Cowie
The US Federal Reserve has given you another two big reasons to hold gold. First the Fed announced it would keep US interest rates close to zero for at least the next three years. Anything can change, but it looks like the Fed, and other major central banks, are committed to keeping interest rates low [...]
23 February 2012 by Dr. Alex Cowie
China is on the edge of a massive prize fight with global central banks. The prize is domination of the world’s gold supply. The fight has already begun. This, coupled with investors taking on more risk again, and the biggest winner in 2012 could be a surprise … gold exploration stocks. Gold exploration stocks can [...]
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