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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   September 25, 2017    

For the week as a sum, gold closed lower by 2.1% or nearly $28 to finish at $1,291 as of the final trade on the New York COMEX on Friday afternoon.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   September 19, 2017    

This week is all about the two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, which starts on Tuesday. The Fed will release a policy statement summary of economic projections and a press conference with Fed Chair Janet Yellen.

Written by Border Gold  |   September 18, 2017    

The gold market is seeing some moderate selling pressure to kick off the new trading week

Written by Border Gold  |   September 11, 2017    

Gold is seeing some selling pressure in early action Monday to begin the new trading week.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   September 11, 2017    

Exactly 16 years ago today, let us rewind back to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to examine the price action in gold from a technical basis.

Written by Texas Precious Metals  |   September 11, 2017    
Written by Border Gold  |   September 06, 2017    

Gold ended the week on a high note and appears poised for further upside.

Written by Border Gold  |   September 06, 2017    

Traders and investors will continue to digest any key commentary from last week’s Fed symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Written by Border Gold  |   September 06, 2017    

Gold is showing impressive signs of strength in recent trade, and the yellow metal could potentially be in the beginning stages of a significant breakout.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   September 05, 2017    

The most important news for precious metals investors was the price increase of gold in Japanese yen terms. Gold price broke above its 2016 high level.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   August 28, 2017    

Summer slow time of year for most of the financial markets is over. The strong seasonal period begins in August and continues through September.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   August 21, 2017    

The gold price has now made its most legitimate breakout attempt – and furthermore, it has sustained the gold breakout for two full weeks.

Written by Border Gold  |   August 17, 2017    

Gold is often bought during times of uncertainty, and right now it would seem that investors are feeling more and more uncertain about numerous issues.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   August 14, 2017    

You can see that yen and gold have been highly correlated since 2011, moving closely in tandem during both corrections and surges nearly six years.

Written by Border Gold  |   August 08, 2017    

The gold market continues to show signs of strength even with some bumps in the road this past week. Ongoing geopolitical issues remain a driving force behind risk aversion and desire for perceived safety, and numerous U.S. domestic issues are also likely playing a major role.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   August 07, 2017    

How is JPY/USD related to gold? The similarity between these two charts is striking. Our article offers a direct comparison between JPY/USD and Gold.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   August 04, 2017    

It is important for investors to follow the valuation of the US dollar because when the dollar sees periods of decline investors seek safety in gold.

Written by Kitco Metals  |   August 02, 2017    

Questioning a 10% gold silver allocation strategy from when it was born and to where we stand today.

Written by Border Gold  |   August 02, 2017    

The gold market is quiet in early action Monday to begin the new trading week, but the yellow metal is not likely to fall far any time soon as several issues keep the safe haven bid alive and well.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   July 24, 2017    

Gold and silver have recovered moderately over the past two weeks, which is certainly a positive sign that buyers remain ready to step in anytime.

Written by Border Gold  |   July 24, 2017    

The gold market has been showing some signs of underlying strength in recent trade, as the metal has recouped nearly $50 per ounce recently. Although gold still remains within its multi-month trading range, the yellow metal could potentially be headed for an upside breakout.

Written by Border Gold  |   July 18, 2017    

Gold ended the prior trading week on a high note, rising by over $10 per ounce as silver also gained ground. The yellow metal may need to get the new trading week off to a strong start in order to keep any bullish momentum going.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   July 17, 2017    

Here is the technical perspective for gold for the short and intermediate timeframes, which shows that gold volatility begins lessening.

Written by Border Gold  |   July 12, 2017    

The gold market has been trending lower over the last few weeks as numerous issues stand in the way of higher prices. The market appears to be lacking any fresh, bullish catalyst currently, and the increasingly hawkish tone coming from central banks is not helping either.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   July 10, 2017    

After silver "flash crash" last week, we believe over the long run, silver will eventually be moving higher.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   July 05, 2017    

The volatility in the gold market could increase massively throughout the second half of 2017 and into 2018. Gold is in the process of forming a long-term breakout.

Written by Border Gold  |   July 05, 2017    

Markets are likely to pick up this week where they left off last, and light holiday trading volumes could potentially exaggerate buying or selling pressure. U.S. markets will be closed on Tuesday in observance of the Fourth of July Holiday, and many traders and investors may be vacationing this week.

Written by Texas Precious Metals  |   June 29, 2017    
Written by Border Gold  |   June 27, 2017    

The gold market is on its heels to begin the new trading week, with appetite for risk taking a bite out of the yellow metal’s appeal. Gold is once again finding itself on the defensive following another failed probe higher, and for now it appears that perhaps the market is quite comfortable in its recent trading range.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   June 26, 2017    

The CRB index has recently broken below its 15-month support zone between 176 – 179, which had held since April 2016.

Written by Border Gold  |   June 19, 2017    

Last week, the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 25 basis points in a move that was not unexpected.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   June 19, 2017    

Gold price fell sharply following the Fed meeting on Wednesday, giving up $20. Investors consider the last FED news is seen as gold-negative.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   June 12, 2017    

The failed breakout and reversal back below the long-term declining trendline at $1,280 for gold this past week is a negative development for the entire precious metals complex. From a technical standpoint, it is exactly what we did not want to see as far as a market ready for a major advance.

Written by Border Gold  |   June 12, 2017    

The gold market is getting off to a sluggish start to begin the new trading week.

Written by Border Gold  |   June 05, 2017    

The gold market is seeing some buying activity to kick off the new trading week, as a degree of risk aversion appears to be creeping into the marketplace.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   June 05, 2017    

The US bond market, at over $40 trillion in value, is much larger than the US stock market, which comes in at a little over $25 trillion.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   May 30, 2017    

The precious metal is now close enough to its key long-term 2011-2017 downtrend, and it could be another attempt to overcome the critical level.

Written by Border Gold  |   May 30, 2017    

The gold market is getting off to a slow start to begin this holiday-shortened trading week.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   May 23, 2017    

The dollar has now negated all of the post-Trump rally, returning round-trip to the 97 level on the dollar index, a process which has taken six months.

Written by Border Gold  |   May 23, 2017    

The gold market has found itself on more solid footing in recent action as a mix of geopolitical issues and poor economic data drive buying.

Written by Border Gold  |   May 22, 2017    

There’s no shortage of reasons why the Bank of Canada should start to think about higher interest rates.

Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   May 15, 2017    

Our market review shows that silver price finished higher last week (about 16,04 per ounce) and continues recovering over the intermediate-term.

Written by Border Gold  |   May 15, 2017    

It was seemingly only a matter of time before North Korea tested another missile, and over the weekend the nation did just that.

Written by Border Gold  |   May 08, 2017    

The gold market has been on its heels in recent trade, and the yellow metal could potentially see another dip towards the $1200 per ounce level.

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Written by Bullion Exchanges  |   May 08, 2017    

The Federal Reserve meeting last week resulted in no change to the US central bank’s short-term interest rate target, and weighted down gold price.

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