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Gold firmed last night, climbing in a range of $1489 - $1504. Rebounded after falling through key support at $1495 (up trend line from 5/30 $1275 low) to reach $1484 yesterday afternoon off of the slightly hawkish message from a very divided Fed...READ MORE
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announces the Fed's interest rate decision at the end of the Federal Open Market Committee's two-day meeting. The Fed is widely expected to lower its benchmark overnight lending rate by a quarter point.READ MORE
The Big Silver Shock: Institutions Decide to Invest – A lot of readers liked our article on how much cash could flood the gold market once institutional investors start buying. Now it’s time to look at silver. And as most readers know, the silver market is much smaller than gold, meaning it could be easily overwhelmed—much more than gold—if these investors begin to take interest.READ MORE
Gold traded lower last night, retreating from its 6-year high made yesterday in a range of $1538 - $1553. It was pressured by news that China’s Vice Premier He spoke with Lighthizer and Mnuchin from the US last night, that they agreed to meet next month...READ MORE
I once asked my institutional investor friend, who used to work at Goldman Sachs and has been a gold owner for many years, what would make him buy more bullion. Without hesitation he said, “When the price breaks out.”Well, as is clear to the world, gold has broken out of its long-term trading range.My friend is not alone in this sentiment of waiting to buy an investment until it’s rising. Institutional advisors, brokers and managers sit on the sidelines until a dormant asset class comes alive and establishes an uptrend—then they jump in.READ MORE
Silver decisively pierced through $19 this morning. Gold is up, too, by 1.2%, but silver has risen 3.4% as we write. With silver’s outperformance, the gold/silver ratio has now fallen to 81. Since the gold/silver ratio peaked at 93 in June, the silver price has jumped 30%. We’ve shown many times that once the ratio begins to reverse it has quite a ways to fall. It hit 31 in 2011, and 17 in 1980. As many of our readers know, Mike Maloney is convinced we’ll see a repeat of the 1980 low. That implies MUCH higher silver prices.READ MORE
One of the articles that elicited a lot of reader feedback was our report on the ratios for gold and silver to real estate. That was over a year ago, and with gold and silver prices rising, it’s time for an update. Real estate prices are high too, and got another boost when the Fed lowered rates. So do the ratios remain elevated? And where do they stand compared to the last big bull market in precious metals?READ MORE