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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/6/2010

THE DAY AFTER A HUGE CORRECTION -We need to begin today’s news with the news that occurred yesterday. Commodity prices had a major correction across the board. Crude oil prices fell 8.6% and are now below $100 per barrel.  Gold prices fell $42 per oz and have retreated below $1500.Growing concerns about the economic recovery drove the stock market down, as well as platinum and pall... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report -5/5/2011

OIL SLIDES 8.6% IN ONE DAY – Oil fell below $100 per barrel on the concerns that a slumping economic climate will lower demand. The stock market was down triple digits and precious metals went through a major correction. It all started with the precious metals earlier,” said James Cordier, a portfolio manager at Optionsellers.com in Florida. “Oil is down bec... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – May 5, 2011

US HOME PRICES OFFICIALLY DOUBLE DIP – According to a new report by Clear Capital, home prices have double dipped nationwide. Nationwide prices are now lower than their low point of 2009. Prices have fallen 11.5% in the past nine months. Over one third of the national home sales are coming from bank owned properties (REO) and banks want to get these properties off their books, thus driving prices down. Read More

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

JOBS REPORT = MORE BAD NEWS FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY – The number of US claims for unemployment was expected to drop 19,000 this week, but instead rose by 43,000 to 474,000. This is the highest level in eight months. The four-week moving average for jobless claims, considered the better trend measurement, rose 22,250 and is now over 400,000 to 431,250…the highest since November. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – May 4, 2011

MEXICO’S CENTRAL BANK TRADES DOLLARS FOR GOLD – Mexico made a major play in the gold market during the first quarter 2011. They boosted their foreign reserves by trading $4 Billion worth of US Dollars for $4 Billion in gold. "They're probably thinking that getting out of dollars and into gold makes sense because we know that the dollar has some trend to depreciate in the near future at... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/4/2011

MEXICO, RUSSIA, THAILAND COMBINE FOR $6 BILLION GOLD PURCHASES “Central banks have good reason to buy gold,” said Peter Morici, a former economic advisor to the U.S. government and current professor of business at the University of Maryland.  He went on to add that budget and debt issues mean that central banks should contin... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/4/2011

JOBS REPORT DISAPPOINTING - The ADP Private Sector jobs report just came out and the private sector added 179,000 jobs in April. This was lower than the expected 200,000. The one piece of good news is that layoffs reached a 2011 low. Stock futures which were already dropping in anticipation of this report, declined further on the announcement. Precious metal prices continued their retreat in overnight trading, but gold and silve... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/3/2011

THE ROLLER COASTER RIDE CONTINUES – Gold and silver prices on Tuesday finished lower, gold price finished at $1,538.60 and silver was $41.74.  Each metals’ drop could be considered significant, but let’s put these prices in perspective.  Only two months ago, as of March 3rd 2011, gold and silver closed at $1,417.00 and $34,29, respectively.  Although we have seen a price drop, analysts at Brown Brothers Harriman said in a research note, Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/3/2011

OBAMA LOOKS GOOD WITH BIN LADEN, BUT ECONOMY ISSUES PERSIST The stock market looks to be the main benefactor of the news regarding the death of Osama bin Laden. Investors have been avoiding stocks, in part, due to global security. Most strategists believe this will help the stock market. The missing component to the good news is the continued fall of the U.S. Dollar. The slide continues as the dollar hit its weakest level in 16 months compared to the euro. According to Jim O’Neill,... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/3/2011

US PRIDE SURGES BUT MARKETS SETTLE BACK TO REALITY - As details of the events around the assault of Osama bin Laden’s compound unfold, US national pride remains high, but markets have  settled back into reality. Stock futures are looking to open lower this morning. Gold  prices are stabilizing on continued concerns with global inflation. Silver prices continue to be volatile. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 5/2/2011

BIN LADEN DEATH WILL NOT STABILIZE OIL PRICES -  Oil prices initially retreated on the news of bin Laden’s death, (as did gold), on the hopes this would promote stability in the Middle East. A panel of economists and asset managers meeting in Los Angeles today, expressed that it may cause even greater instability. Greater instability will lead to even h... Read More

Mid–Day Gold & Silver Market Report – May 2, 2011

BIN LADEN MARKET BOUNCE MAY BE SHORT LIVED -  As expected, US stock futures as well as the US dollar bounced up on the news of the death of bin Laden. However, the dollar has already begun to retreat to negative territory, while stocks hold on to small gains. Osama bin Laden’s death is viewed as a positive for the US...and the world…but will it significantly affe... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – May2,2011

MARKET IMPACTS OF OSAMA bin LADEN’s DEATH  - The news that US forces killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan is still being digested and analyzed worldwide. Let’s take a look at some immediate effects on the markets. Osama bin Laden was a threat to Middle Eastern oil fields. If this threat is now gone, these fields would be more secure. More security equates to less risk and therefore the price of oil is retreating this morning, down around $2. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/29/2011

GOLD CLOSES AT A RECORD PRICE – Gold prices continue to be a story of a weaker US dollar. Even the Central Banks are getting out of dollars to buy gold.“The dollar will continue to lose ground for the foreseeable future, Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – April 29, 2011

CHINA, RUSSIA WANT MORE GOLD THAN AMERICA Central banks, which only a decade ago were selling their gold supplies, are now buying gold to lessen their reliance on the dollar as a reserve currency. According to Robert McEwen, the CEO of U.S. Gold Corp, “China is out to have more gold than America, and Russia is aspiring to the same. Wh... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – April 29,2011

INDIA’S SILVER DEMAND TO SURGE 10% – 15% – Silver has gone up over 100% in the past six months and yet Indian demand is still expected to go up 10% - %15 this year. Investors in India are sensing an even bigger price hike and they also fear a lack of supply. ``The white metal has beaten gold in terms of returns given to investors both last year and this year so far. Gold ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/28/2011

GOLD PRICES EXTEND RECORD BREAKING RALLY – Gold is an insurance policy and today was a day that highlighted the need for insurance.  The US dollar fell even further as it was given no support by yesterday's Fed announcement. The US jobless claims were supposed to get better, (according to the experts),but they went up and not down. The first quarter... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/28/2011

GOLD & SILVER HIT NEW HIGHS – Nothing new to report, but a continuation of the momentum started after yesterday’s Fed news conference. The US dollar continues to decline as well. With all the attention on gold and silver, the recent rise in palladium and platinum have been somewhat under the radar.... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report- April 28,2011

GOLD IS RISING AS THE DOLLAR IS SINKING- Yesterday’s Fed decision to stay the course has put added pressure on the US dollar. Chairman Bernanke stated that he considers inflationary pressures transitory and the lower than expected first quarter economic growth, transitory. He even might have left the door open for another round of monetary easing, once QE2 has expired. Gold and... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/27/2011

BERNANKE SPEAKS PRECIOUS METALS SOAR – The much anticipated Fed announcement came out today and they are continuing with their stimulus policy because they feel the economic growth is slowing and inflation is not a concern right now. The Fed 2011 economic growth estimate was cut from 3.4% – 3.9% to 3.1% – 3.3%. "The markdown of growth in 2011, in particular, reflects the somewhat slower than anticipated pace of growth in th... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/27/2011

BERNANKE SPEAKS, PRICES CLIMB – SOUND FAMILIAR? Precious metals are recovering from yesterday’s losses amid the Federal Reserve’s statement that they are holding to the economic stimulus plan and low interest rates they have put in place.  The Fed also says that it believes the economic recovery is proceeding at a moderate pace, also saying, “Inflation has picked up in recent months, but longer-term... Read More

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