By Tim Knight I was initially going to try to write something about equities (specifically, the ES), but Good Lord, what on earth is there
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals On Thursday, July 6, in the late afternoon (as reckoned in Arizona), the price of silver crashed. The move
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals The big news this week was the flash crash in silver late on 6 July. We will publish a
By Kevin Muir of the Macro Tourist It’s one of those periods when everything is conspiring against precious metals. For those of the bullish persuasion,
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals The price of gold dropped from $1,241 as of Friday’s close to $1,219 on the close Monday, or -1.8%.
By IKN Amarillo Gold (AGC.v) is up 17% today, but the percentage gain isn’t so important because it’s still inside its recent trading range. However
By Steve Saville A 23rd June post at the TSI Blog described the model (the Gold True Fundamentals Model – GTFM) that I developed to
By Heisenberg Well, gold plunged $18 in seconds on surging volume (18k contracts in a one-minute window) for no apparent reason, falling from 1,253 to
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Steve Saville wrote a post [last] week, in which he proposed a model that indicates the fundamentals of gold.
By Steve Saville [Commonly cited gold price drivers] aren’t true fundamental price drivers. At best, they are distractions. To paraphrase Jim Grant, gold’s perceived value
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Supply/Demand fundamentals of gold and silver The big news this week comes from the Fed, which announced two things.
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Some history, and a supply/demand update on gold and silver… As most in the gold community know, the UK