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Gold Price

While it’s had its dips, over the past decade the gold price has outperformed the general stock market remarkably. Can the price of gold rise any higher? Find out what we think here.



Maybe gold will resume its bear market, no one knows for sure. But if you’re a contrarian and want to get into a sector BEFORE it becomes popular you have to take a risk.

Look Who’s Buying Gold

18 February 2015 by Greg Canavan

Maybe gold will resume its bear market, no one knows for sure. But if you’re a contrarian and want to get into a sector BEFORE it becomes popular you have to take a risk.

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What’s the Gold Price? And Where’s It Going Next?

06 February 2015 by Jason Stevenson

The gold price is currently hovering around US$1,260 per ounce for a reason. Punters are waiting for Greece’s debt situation to become clearer...

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On the ballot is a measure to force the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/financial-system/banks-and-interest-rates/central-banks" title="More on central banks"><strong>Swiss National Bank (SNB)</strong></a> to build its <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold/gold-bullion" title="More on gold bullion"><strong>gold bullion</strong></a> position up to at least 20% of total assets.

D-Day is Coming for Gold… Will You Be Ready?

26 November 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

On the ballot is a measure to force the Swiss National Bank (SNB) to build its gold bullion position up to at least 20% of total assets.

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<a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold/gold-stocks" title="More on gold stocks"><strong>Newcrest Mining</strong></a> will keep processing stockpiles until the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold/gold-price" title="More on the gold price"><strong>gold price</strong></a> starts to turn around in a big way — and it will eventually...

Here’s Where Newcrest Mining is Going Next

26 September 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Newcrest Mining will keep processing stockpiles until the gold price starts to turn around in a big way — and it will eventually...

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In the second quarter of 2013, <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold" title="More on gold"><strong>Gold</strong></a> went through a structural adjustment. The sharp fall in the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold/gold-price" title="More on the gold price"><strong>gold price</strong></a> rendered this short term valuation model useless.

How to Predict the Future of Gold Without Time Travel

08 September 2014 by Ken Wangdong

In the second quarter of 2013, Gold went through a structural adjustment. The sharp fall in the gold price rendered this short term valuation model useless.

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<a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold" title="More on gold"><strong>Gold</strong></a> will be trading at a ‘fire sale’ price and the mainstream media will no doubt go crazy. Especially when the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/stock-market" title="More on the stock market"><strong>stock market</strong></a> is hitting new all-time highs.

Version 2.0: Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

22 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Gold will be trading at a ‘fire sale’ price and the mainstream media will no doubt go crazy. Especially when the stock market is hitting new all-time highs.

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There is a clear thirst for yield out there, pushing more and more people into the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/stock-market" title="More on the stock market"><strong>stock market</strong></a>. The chase for yield will likely mean a sell-off in <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/gold-and-silver/gold" title="More on gold"><strong>gold</strong></a>.

Gold Heading to ‘Fire Sale’ Prices

15 August 2014 by Jason Stevenson

There is a clear thirst for yield out there, pushing more and more people into the stock market. The chase for yield will likely mean a sell-off in gold.

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It’s likely you’ll only have a maximum of 50% of your wealth tied up in <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds" title="More on stocks and bonds"><strong>stocks</strong></a>. Most of those should be strong <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds/dividend-stocks" title="More on dividend stocks"><strong>dividend paying stocks</strong></a>.

When Trouble is Brewing, Buy this Type of Stock

04 August 2014 by Kris Sayce

It’s likely you’ll only have a maximum of 50% of your wealth tied up in stocks. Most of those should be strong dividend paying stocks.

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