Posts On Gold

The Stage is Set

The gold market remains on the offensive today even as stocks try to recover some of last week’s declines. The stage is set, as the market continues to put distance between current price and the $1500 level and could make a significant run at $1700 or higher in the next few weeks. The buying frenzy in gold is being stoked by several factors that will likely keep the market moving higher. Here are three reasons why gold is likely to continue its recent ascent and... Continue Reading

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Gold to Remain Well Supported

This week, investors have gotten the latest FOMC meeting minutes and have also been hearing Congressional testimony from Fed Chief Jerome Powell. Stocks are making record highs as Powell’s commentary has been deemed to be dovish. Markets are now expecting a rate cut this month and even additional rate cuts in the months ahead. The gold market is likely to remain on the offensive with or without higher stocks. An environment of falling interest rates and lower yields could force an increasing number of investors... Continue Reading

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Three Reasons Now is the Time

The gold market has been garnering more headlines in recent weeks as the metal has been trending higher and seemingly staged an upside breakout from its previous trading range. With the metal trading solidly above the $1400 level, a test of resistance around $1450 could be the next major tipping point. Analysts are citing numerous reasons for gold’s recent upside, including risk aversion and a stronger technical posture. Below are three reasons that gold may continue higher, and these issues could potentially push the metal... Continue Reading

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Gold Hits 6 Year High

The gold market exploded this week, as numerous economic and geopolitical issues fueled a buying frenzy that has seen prices hit the highest levels in six years. The upside seen this week could simply be the tip of the iceberg and the opening rally of a multiyear bull market. The U.S. Federal Reserve this week left interest rates unchanged. The central bank did appear to be very divided, however, over the course of policy going forward. The Fed left itself a lot of wiggle room... Continue Reading

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Key Divergences Point to Higher Gold

Following some recent declines, the gold market has not accomplished much thus far in 2019. Although many of the so-called “experts” may pounce on this fact, we see it as a significant positive for the market. Not only is it a positive, but it could potentially be indicative of a major rally on the horizon. Here’s why we can count on gold resilience: Gold has endured a stronger dollar: Typically, the dollar and gold have a negative correlation. That is to say that when the... Continue Reading

3 Reasons You Can’t Afford to NOT Have an Allocation in Gold

Throughout its history, gold has been considered a reliable store of wealth and protector of value. In fact, even today some refer to the yellow metal as the only true form of money there is. Although gold certainly has tremendous upside price potential, there are other reasons – arguably even more important reasons – to build a significant allocation in gold. Here are three of the simplest, yet biggest, reasons to own physical gold: Fiat Currencies Fail History has shown time and time again that... Continue Reading

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Why Buying Big on Dips Can Pay Off

The gold market has seen some significant dips in recent weeks. The market’s lack of upside follow-through combined with a breakdown below previous support levels has some pundits looking for further downside. As discussed in a recent post, large declines should not be feared but rather welcomed. A simple yet powerful strategy may look to buy heavier on any significant dips in price – say 5% or more. Although adding ounces on a regular basis is a great thing, buying heavier on such dips can... Continue Reading

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Cut Out the Noise from the Financial Media

Investors currently have a lot to digest and the financial media hasn’t helped. Stocks are in melt-up mode as earnings thus far have been strong and as key benchmarks carve out fresh all-time highs. The dollar has also followed suit and could potentially be headed for another leg higher. Risk appetite is strong while market volatility continues to probe lower. Financial Media Hyping Gold Declines As far as gold goes, there has been considerable talk of how it has been “broken” technically. The 200-day moving... Continue Reading

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Lower Prices Not to Be Feared

The gold market has been under pressure in recent days, and prices are trading at their lowest point of the year. Numerous “analysts” have already covered gold’s fall through support in the $1280-$1290 region and have suggested that lower prices may be in store. For the patient, long-term investor, this is a positive that should be welcomed. The notion of buy low, sell high is not new and has served investors well for ages. Are You Considering Lower Prices or Good Value? Long-term investors should... Continue Reading

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Central Bank Demand for Gold Surging

Central bank demand for gold reportedly hit the highest levels in 2018 since the end of the Bretton Woods system of dollar convertibility in 1971. With some analysts referring to gold as some type of meaningless relic, this begs the question of why the biggest financial institutions on the planet are looking to acquire even more gold. Store of Value Gold has a very long history as a reliable store of wealth and value. In the post-Bretton Woods era and without a return to some... Continue Reading

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