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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 6/2/2011

JOBLESS CLAIMS DOWN, DOLLAR WELCOMES THEM Jobless claims fell this morning, though not as much as anticipated.  The four-week moving average fell by 14,000 to a one-month low.  The U.S. dollar started the day down, and Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report - 6/1/2011

GREEK CREDIT CUT, QE3 NOT LOOKING LIKELY Earlier in the day there were hopes Greece would finally be getting the economic help it needs to sustain itself. However, Moody’s has cut Greece’s credit rating by three notches, which puts it in an extremely speculative phase. This means that the payoff of Greek debt is no longer based on funds and paybacks of loans, but speculation. The outlook is quite negative. The Gross Domestic Product rating has also fallen off, 3.0% so far this year... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 6/1/2011

U.S. ECONOMY IS SLOWING DOWN, RUMORS OF QE3 – It’s hard to find good news about the economy lately.  Painfully slow jobs growth, decline in the value of the dollar, Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 6/1/2011

“DISAPPOINTING” JOBS REPORT - WHEN DOES THIS STOP BEING A SURPRISE? Another week, another disappointing jobs report.  This time, it is the ADP private sector jobs report.  Fully expected to be up by 175,000, the report showed just 38,000 new private sector jobs in May.  The futures market opened low this morning, as investors and analysts awaited this report.  Now that t... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/31/2011

FINANCIAL UNCERTAINTY LOOMS – Although good news broke on the Greek debt crisis today, other news stories point toward an uncertain financial future for the US and the world. Domestically, the Case-Schiller Index, which measures housing prices, hit an 8-year low. This indicates that we are headed toward, if not already in, a double-dip recession in the housin... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/31/2011

IS GOLD THE NEXT CURRENCY? Gold is being seen more and more as a non-fiat currency as geopolitical tensions still rising, continued downgraded credit ratings of many of the European countries as well as the dire outlook for the U.S. economy. Gold has been a safe haven against failing currencies throughout the ages and continues to do so as even central banks have run to the safety the metal provides. However, it seems as though major investors and financial institutions, as well as... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/31/2011

GOLD’S CLIMB SIGNALS HYPERINFLATION? Last week saw a jump of nearly 2% for gold (which would have been a record high just one month ago), and the jump seemed to catch the attention of many analysts and investors alike.  This brought about short-term predictions of gold hitting $1,560 or even $1,600 from numerous outfits.  Of course, n... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report –5/27/2011

YEMEN BOMBS OWN PEOPLE AND CIVIL WAR ERRUPTS; DOES ANOTHER MIDDLE EASTERN COUNTRY START TO FALL? Precious metals were all rising today on the continued worries about the sovereign debt crisis as well as the ongoing worries about the United States’ debt limit approaching. The U.S. dollar took a hit and lost 0.66% in today’s trading while Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report –5/27/2011

GOLD UP, DOLLAR DOWN – The US Dollar Index is down almost 0.9% at mid-day today, pushing gold prices up.  There have been many forces acting on the value of the dollar lately: Euro zone ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report –5/27/2011

WHO LOSES BIG IF GREECE RESTRUCTURES? – There are many who even wonder why we should care if Greece defaults on their loans. So what if they can only pay back 50 cents on... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/26/2011

CHINA’S GOLD DEMAND TO RISE 22% THREE YEARS -  China is rapidly closing in on India, as the world’s largest consumer of gold. Although China is one of the leading producers of gold, they cannot produce near enough to satisfy their appetite. Gold production should reach 400 tonnes by 2014 with a gain of 19%, but still the demand will be for 700 tonnes. Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/26/2011

CROSSCURRENTS IN THE MARKET CREATE UNCERTAINTY FOR THE FUTURE – Aid from China might not be enough to keep Greece from economic meltdown. It appears unlikely that Greece will be able to meet its goal for trimming its budget deficit in 2011, and as a consequence, the IMF may not provide funds for the next round of aid packages. If Greece is allowed to default this may set a precedent f... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/26/2011

GDP & JOBS REPORT BOTH DISAPPOINT - The US GNP report just came out and the US economy grew less than expected in the 1st quarter…up only 1.8%. The weekly jobs report also was just released and once again, it made a surprise move upward, as it increased by 10,000 to 424,000. It was expected to come down to 405,000. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/25/2011

FINANCIAL INSTABILITY SUPPORTS GOLD – Gold’s attractiveness as a store of wealth continued to grow today.  The primary factors supporting gold are the ongoing debt concerns coming out of Greece and the ramifications they have on the rest of the euro zone.  Analysts at VTB capital in London said in a note to clients, “We think that gold will remain well supported in ... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/25/2011

HEAVY NATO BOMBING IN TRIPOLI – For two nights in a row,  NATO forces have launched nightly bombing attacks against Gaddafi forces in Tripoli. President Obama has issued another warning to President Gaddafi that there will be “no let up” until he is gone. This conflict is now three-months old (much longer than expected) and although President Obama will not predict when Gaddafi will ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Report –5/25/2011

DEBT CRISIS DEBT CRISIS DEBT CRISIS - According to a poll by the Washington Post, Americans are far more worried by the overall growing US debt, than they are worried about whether Congress will raise the debt limit. When asked to express their big... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/24/2011

GOLD & SILVER RISE AS SAFE HAVEN INVESTMENT – All four precious metal prices are up and gold reached its best since May 3. It is worth pointing out that although silver went through a wild ride recently, gold did not experience the same turbul... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Report – May 24, 2011

CURRENCIES ON ROLLER COASTER SEND PEOPLE REACHING FOR GOLD Precious metals are rallying today on continued news of the Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis and the downgrading of Belgium and Italy. As of the last week, this news has driven the dollar up against the euro and kept the prices of metals steady. However, it seems that the severity of this news is starting to sink in with the population and they are realizing that even though the dollar was rising against a flailing euro, it s... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Report – May 24, 2011

CHINESE CITIZENS BUYING GOLD IN RECORD AMOUNTS -  China bought more gold in the first quarter 2011, than the combined totals of the developed Western Nations. Demand in France, Germany and Switzerland increased triple-digits, yet China outpaced them all put together. The Chinese government made it legal to own gold in 2001 and since that time gold as an invest... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/23/2011

INVESTORS LOOK TO GOLD –  Gold showed its resilience vs. other commodities, proving its safe haven appeal, closing at nearly a two week high, while other metals were slightly off the mark.   Bart Melek, head of commodity Strategy with TD Bank Financial Group summed it up nicely when he said, “Gold is doing relatively well. This whole sovereign debt crisis will contin... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/23/2011

VOLCANO ERUPTION DISPERSES NEW FEARS Precious metals stay steady while bombarded with conflicting news. Italy was downgraded, and while seemingly insignificant, this goes to show even further decay of Europe’s financial situation. As well as the fact that analysts at UniCredit downgraded the insurance sector and the basic-resources sector in Europe to neutral from ove... Read More

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