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Surging Retail Sales, Cautious Powell, and Gold

Retail sales came in really strong in May, which could strengthen risk appetite, but the dovish Fed should support gold. However, the sales were still 6 percent lower than a year ago, which means that the coronavirus crisis has not ended yet. But such reports may, neve...

What To Expect In Early 2020

The US stock market has recently rallied throughout most of the last year after the very deep downside price rotation in late 2018. Our researchers believe there is a very high likelihood of this trend continuing in early 2020, yet we would need to see confirmation across vari...

Oil’s Crisis Spikes and the Impact on the Gold Price

At the time, the book was ground-breaking. Back in 2007, Nassim Taleb published a book called The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable . He promoted not to try and speculate or predict wild, outlier type events… but to prepare and plan for them. The 20...

B2Gold, Newmont, Osino Resources - Inflation will fuel gold demand

Something is going wrong in the economic system. You don't need to study to get this impression, a glance at the daily press or social media is enough. The past decade is celebrated by politicians as an economic success because, among other things, there was no recession in Ge...

Precious Metals, Lockdowns and Reopening

The action in silver is really interesting. Let’s check the prospects for volatile white metal, and the relevant historical analogy it offers. Is the major 2008 – 2020 analogy in terms of price moves remains intact? In short, yes. Silver Shares Its Two Cent...

Will Central Banks Prevent Recession and Push Gold Down?

Will Central Banks Prevent Recession and Push Gold Down? Trade wars, geopolitical tensions and slowing economic indicators. Both the ECB and the Fed have recently cut interest rates to stimulate slowing growth, hoping to escape possible recession. Will they succeed? A...

Gold in 2019: Lessons for the Year Ahead

The King is dead, long live the King - 2019 is over, long live the 2020! As tumultuous as they have been, what have we learned about the gold market in the past twelve months? And what can we glean from this knowledge for the times ahead? Key Lessons For Gold Investors...

Junior Miners Dangerously Close to the Cliff

There are times to keep being focused on higher timeframes, yet the finer ones do send valuable signals at times too. And today, every precious metals investor better pay attention to their message. Take a look at the below chart featuring the miners. We will compare the ...

The Great Precious Metals Melt-Up

Technical analyst Clive Maund presents his dystopian view of the future. The distinguishing feature of fiat money systems is that they are licentious—they are created by corrupt politicians so that they can act without restraint by, for example, promising the citizens...

Nowhere to Hide

As I begin the weekly missive here on Thursday, the U.S. equity markets are experiencing the worst daily assault since that fateful day back in 1987, when the Dow lost 23% in a single trading session, sending thousands of Gucci-clad stockbrokers to the Sears re-fit aisle....
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