Gold trade

  1. Gold Continues Its Move To break $1,300 – Jan. CoinStats Available

    Last week, I attended the January 2019 FUN Convention in Orlando, Florida. This is the first major rare coin convention of 2019, and as I expected, it had sizeable attendances of collectors, investors . . . .
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  2. My 2019 Predictions – Gold $1,480 Per Oz, Silver $17.00 Per Oz

    My 2019 Predictions – Gold $1,480 Per Oz, Silver $17.00 Per Oz

    Gold’s rally continues, as it reached $1,300 per ounce in early Friday morning Asian trading. This was Gold’s first attempt to break a major resistance level. The Gold rally was . . . .
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  3. Russian Central Bank Buying Gold On The International Market?

    For a number of years now and even more so during 2018, the central bank of the Russian Federation, the Bank of Russia, has remained in the spotlight as . . . .
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  4. Prices When Gold Is Money

    It is hard to think of a life without Nanny State giving us her money-tokens to buy our sweets, telling us what to eat and what medicine to take . . . .

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  5. Switching from Dollar to Gold: Iran Continues Its Struggle with US Oil Embargo

    Being subjected to pressure from Washington, Iran has once again turned to the yellow metal as an alternative means of payment . . . .

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  6. Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Keeps Faith in Gold Despite Its Slide

    Billionaire hedge-fund manager Ray Dalio kept his faith in the two biggest exchange-traded funds backed by gold, even as an investor exodus sent prices of the metal tumbling . . . .

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  7. Gold Repatriation Could Be Sign of Things to Come

    For reasons that have to do mainly with security, a number of America’s allies around the world have for decades agreed to store a portion of their national gold reserves — their sovereign gold — in New York . . . .

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  8. U.S. Exports Nearly All Gold Mine Supply to Hong Kong

    The U.S. gold exports to Hong Kong surged in February consuming nearly all of the domestic gold mine supply . . . .

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  9. Why Gold is More than an Insurance Asset

    With higher US inflation, a weaker US dollar and geopolitical tensions on the horizon, Wayne Gordon explains why he thinks gold prices will rise even higher in the long term . . . .

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  10. Trump Trade Fears Take Gold and Palladium Futures on a Wild Ride

    Donald Trump’s trade policies are breathing new life into precious metals. Measures of 60-day historical volatility for gold and palladium futures climbed to the highest in about a year. Volatility in silver also increased . . . .

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