By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals This was also a holiday-shortened week. As we write this, the big news comes from the election in France.
By Steve Saville In the real worlds of trading and investing it’s best not to get hung up on bull and bear labels Gold is
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals This was a holiday-shorted week, due to Good Friday, and we are posting this Monday evening due to today
By Tom McClellan April 16, 2017 A week ago, it was not looking good for the gold bulls. The dollar price of gold had not
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Dear Readers, I owe you an apology. I made a mistake. I am writing this letter in the first
By Steve Saville The “paper” gold market is not a problem to be reckoned with The article “What sets the Gold Price — Is it
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Last week, we discussed the growing stress in the credit markets. We noted this is a reason to buy
By Steve Saville Gold’s purchasing power tends to experience massive swings The answer to the above question is no, but it’s a trick question. Value
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Back in the old days, homes had fuse boxes. Today, of course, any new house is built with a
By Steve Saville Inserted below is a chart that compares the long-term inflation-adjusted (IA) performances of several markets. This chart makes some interesting points, such
By Axel Merk Two rate hikes since last year have weakened the dollar. Why is that, and what’s ahead for the dollar, currencies & gold?
By NFTRH I’ve been thinking about the current Fed Funds rate hike cycle, which is logically gaining forward momentum now that the Fed can stand