1. Silver & Gold Are Building A New Base Above $15 And $1,300 Per Ounce

    Last week Gold traded between $1,290 and $1,310 per ounce all five trading days. After the $60 correction that occurred the week before, this was a base building . . . .
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  2. Investing For A New Cold War? Grab Some Gold

    China and America’s changing relationship could derail economic growth. Merryn Somerset Webb asks global strategist . . . .
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  3. Gold And Silver Testing Important Support Levels

    Last Friday Gold dropped to a five-month low of $1,289.50 per ounce, breaking below the key $1,300 level on sell orders based on stop loss selling. A strong . . . .
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  4. Gold Continues Its Bullish Run, Making A New 2019 High

    Gold made a new 2019 high at $1,346 per ounce last Wednesday when the January Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes were . . . .
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  5. 9 Bonafide Reasons Why Silver Is So Valuable

    Take a moment to consider this: Long before the first coins were ever made, gold and silver . . . .
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  6. Gold Moving Past $1,320 Resistance, Hitting New 2019 Highs

    Gold closed last Friday at $1,319 per ounce, but in aftermarket trading reached a high of $1,323, a new high for 2019. Gold broke above the key $1,300 resistance . . . .
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  7. Russia And China’s Gold Age?

    February in Moscow is like a sweet & sour dish, one day frigid and snowy and the next balmy and rainy, either way it is a treat . . . .
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  8. China Officially Adds To Gold Reserves Again

    While we still disbelieve the ‘official’ total figure for the size of China’s gold reserves, assuming them to be far, far higher than the figure it . . . .
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  9. Gold & Silver Locked Into A Trading Range As The U.S. Dollar Strengthens

    Last week, Gold traded between $1,302 and $1,318 per ounce, successfully testing the important $1,300 resistance level. Gold closed last Friday . . . .
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  10. Silver Demand Set To Grow Significantly In 2019

    Last year was disappointing, but the Silver Institute is predicting a “more supportive” climate for silver this year. Sales of the US Mint’s American . . . .
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