The New China and Gold

China has developed tremendously in recent years. But what’s next? Is the country entering the growth recession? And how it will affect the world and the gold market?   A New Chapter in China We have not analyzed the publications of the World Gold Council for a while. Let’s make […]

Is Silence Golden?

People say that speech is silver, silence is golden. Well, not always. The recent FOMC monetary policy statement is the best example. Lets’ read out today’s article and find out why. Nothing Changes in November On Thursday, the FOMC published the monetary policy statement from its latest meeting that took […]

Dow Extends Losses. And Gold?

600 points. Dow plunged so much yesterday. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq also suffered. The persistence of losses is disturbing. Should, then, gold shine?   Bears Are Back in Town The stock market sell-off continues. Yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 600 points. It means that the […]

Rome vs Brussels. Will That Battle Benefit Gold?

Only one digit has changed. But it may have profound consequences, sending the country closer to junk status. Meanwhile, Rome and Brussels clash over budget plan. Will that duel benefit or harm the yellow metal?   Only One Notch Above Being Junk Italian drama continues. On Friday, Moody’s, one of […]

Large Miners “Crowding” Back Into Exploration

Rick Rule: Large Miners “Crowding” Back Into Exploration as “Every Day You Mine, Your Business Gets Smaller” October 09, 2018 By Tekoa Da Silva I had the chance to sit down once again, with Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott U.S. Holdings. It was a fascinating interview, as Mr. Rule discussed […]

Since 1965, the Stock Market Has Done This on Exactly Two Days

Since 1965, the Stock Market Has Done This on Exactly Two Days, Including October 3, 2018 Alexander Trigaux, Editor, GoldSilver OCT 4, 2018 We casually refer to “the stock market” all the time. And whatever the Dow Jones, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq are doing is generally accepted as […]

Time for More Action?

Bitcoin has been moving up for some time now. The path to higher values has been a rocky one and Bitcoin bulls might be getting some encouragement. Whether this translates to a bullish outlook is another question entirely. Not all governments are hostile to Bitcoin. Actually, a lot of governments […]

Gold and Silver Price Suppression Scheme Discussed

Don’t take our word for it, GATA secretary says — Examine the documentation yourself Submitted by cpowell on 01:58PM ET Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Section: Daily Dispatches 9:58a ET Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Interviewed by Chris Marcus of the Miles Franklin coin and bullion […]

Silver at the Extreme: Lopsided Indicators That Cannot Last

Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver SEP 19, 2018 The continual drubbing of the silver price has pushed a number of the metal’s valuation metrics to extreme levels. As you’ll see, conditions have gotten so overdone to the downside that a simple return to historical norms would result in […]

Gold & Silver Prices Now at Inflation-Adjusted 50-Year Lows

It’s Official: Gold & Silver Prices Now at Inflation-Adjusted 50-Year Lows Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver SEP 10, 2018 I’ve been watching this metric all year. And when gold and silver took their recent tumble I checked it again. I found what I thought I would. Gold and […]

Sprott Gold Report: Summer Test

Sprott Gold Report: Summer Test Aug 21, 2018 01:17 pm By Trey Reik, Senior Portfolio Manager, Sprott Asset Management USA, Inc. Gold is never easy. So many factors influence the gold price, it is impossible to predict bullion’s short-term reactions to individual economic or geopolitical developments. To us at Sprott, gold’s […]

What if Venezuelan Hyperinflation Came to the US?

Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver AUG 20, 2018 Mike Maloney thinks that hyperinflation is a distinct possibility in the US. So when I read about the runaway inflation rates in Venezuela, I wondered how that would play out in the US if he’s right. From the outset we […]

Gold to Soar Above $6,000 Long Term

In our regular gold trading alerts, we focus on the short- and medium-term outlook and we rarely discuss the very long-term issues or price targets. The reason is simple – the long-term issues and price targets don’t change often, so usually there’s little new to say about them. Consequently, it’s […]

Big Banks: 2018 Gold Price Forecasts and Predictions

Alexander Trigaux, Editor, GoldSilver AUG 12, 2018 Here at GoldSilver we’re not huge fans of commercial banks. Deceptive practices, outrageous fees, viewing customers as prey instead of partners. But they do control enormous amounts of capital, so keeping an eye on where they stand vis a vis the gold price […]

Sprott Gold Report: Gold Slumps on Trade War Fears

Aug 08, 2018 01:06 pm By Shree Kargutkar, Portfolio Manager, Sprott Asset Management LP In late January, the 10% sell-off of the S&P 500 Index was caused by the prospect of a global trade war. Six months later, the U.S. equity markets have recovered but “trade war” headlines dominate the […]

Serious Decline

Bitcoin is depreciating. This might be just the turnaround you have been waiting for. But is there really enough weight behind the short-term action to pummel Bitcoin lower? A startup backed by Starbucks, Microsoft and a couple of other companies is said to potentially pave the way for the Bitcoin […]

The Next Crisis Could Be Worse Than the Great Depression

Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver AUG 6, 2018 https://goldsilver.com/blog/this-economists-research-says-the-next-crisis-could-be-worse-than-the-great-depression/ Mike Maloney mentioned an economist he was studying as part of his research for a new book, so I ordered one of his books. The core message in this economist’s book pulls no punches: There is no escaping another […]

If History Repeats, You’ll Buy a House for 100 Ounces of Gold

Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver JUL 31, 2018 Real estate prices look to be topping out. Gold and silver prices are back at 2010 levels. As the relative pricing of these two assets reverses over the coming years, it will afford those with a meaningful holding of precious […]

Is There Any Gold in Auburn?

What comes to your mind when you hear about Auburn, Alabama? I guess nothing. But this is a mistake. There is a real treasure hidden there. Am I talking about gold? Mises Institute No. I’m talking about the Mises Institute, the worldwide epicenter of libertarian political theory and the Austrian […]

Will the Fed’s Tightening Trigger Another Crisis?

The recent currency and debt crises in Argentina and Turkey raise questions about the condition of the global economy in general and the emerging countries in particular. Are they merely isolated events without broader implications or are they canary in the emerging market mine? This question is timely and worryingly […]