March 27, 2020

Even though the gold price has declined since its latest high at US$ 1674 an ounce, the overall outlook for gold is very positive in the medium- to long-term. The monetary and fiscal interventions of central banks and governments have become highly predictable. In response to the COVID-19 crisis and the oil price war, the global disaster prevention teams will be at it with everything they’ve got…

I'm trying to think of the last time the Fed had an emergency weekend announcement. I can only think of the one on October 6, 1979. This was perhaps the most important announcement in Fed history. For those who understood it, it marked the end of the inflationary 1970s, and put into place the building blocks of the stock and bond bull markets that would be soon beginning, and may still be with us. (Or are they in the proc...

While the price gains of gold have recently monopolized mainstream attention, it has become easy to miss other opportunities in precious metals. Both silver and platinum are now presenting very interesting buying opportunities, with a positive outlook that is very well supported by fundamental factors at play. They might have been left behind by gold in terms of a price spike so far, but that only means that their upside poten...

March 11, 2020

Gold continues to reign supreme. Over the past 12 months, the gold price has risen from roughly 1’300 US$/oz to currently (as we wrote this on March 2nd, 2020) about 1’600 US$/oz. That represents a gain of 23%! Meanwhile, during the same period, silver rose only by about from 11%. So, don’t invest in silver, right? Wrong!

February 10, 2020

The following are key highlights from the most recent World Gold Council “Gold Demand Trends” Report.

February 6, 2020

Palladium’s extraordinary rally has the potential for prices to go on and test $3,000 an ounce, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Jeffrey Currie, who twinned that outlook with a clear warning that such peaks wouldn’t last for long as the record levels would cut into demand.

September 24, 2019

“What goes up, must come down” is one of the oldest maxims in investing, as is “nothing goes up in a straight line”. They might sound like overworked clichés, but that doesn’t make them any less true. In fact, they perfectly describe exactly what we’re currently seeing in gold and silver prices. The long-term bull market for both metals is on and here to stay. However, in the short- to medium-term, the gold and silver charts i...

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