Shouldn’t there be panic in the streets, with investors doing all in their power to get rid of their gold at all costs? No. Quite the opposite in fact.
The gold price makes a major move to the downside…Why this price won’t last….The opportunity you can take...
If you’ve ever thought about buying gold, but never quite got round to it — in the space of a week, the market just gave you three huge reasons to ‘back up the truck’.
Against the backdrop of fiscal mismanagement, political incompetence, and failed austerity measures, the world's biggest traders have all bet heavily on gold. Lately, they've been pulling out all the stops to get what they want while laughing all the way to bigger bonuses.
As the FTSE pushes to five-year highs, gold has just had another torrid week. My analysis suggests we could reach a key decision point for the gold price before the end of March. Here’s why.
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.
No matter how you slice it, Germany’s request for its gold does not bode well for the future of the US dollar.
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?
Mark this day in your diary. This is the day that the central bankers showed their hands. Germany looks set to announce that they want all of their gold back. And the gold price has had a nice little kick higher in recent days.
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.