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
By Kevin Muir of the Macro Tourist A surprising development in the palladium futures market I know just enough about the palladium market to get
By Steve Saville This post is a rehash of something I wrote at TSI last September in response to the article titled “The Gold Standard
By Monetary Metals The Fundamentals of gold and silver… The jobs report was disappointing. The prices of gold, and even more so silver, took off.
By Steve Saville A few weeks ago the World Gold Council (WGC) published its “Gold Demand Trends” report for the first quarter of 2017. These
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Gold and silver fundamentals from Monetary Metals The price of gold went up $12 this week, and that of
By Inca Kola News The irony of this is that U$1,250/oz or U$1,260/oz is a pretty decent number for gold, any producer mining company worth
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals [biiwii comment: lol Keith, the 1st paragraph is priceless] There is an often-promoted plan to grow your wealth. Here’s
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals If you can believe the screaming headline, one of the gurus behind one of the gold newsletters is going