Gold among Negative-Yielding Bonds

Teaser: The amount of global debt with negative yields soared to $16 trillion, or more than 25 percent of the market. Isn’t this economic madness? We invite you to read our today’s article about the negative interest rates and find out what they imply for the gold market. Gold among […]

Carney Urges Libra-Like Reserve Currency to End Dollar Dominance

As per article authored by Brian Swint and published by Bloomberg News on Aug. 23, 2019: Mark Carney laid out a radical proposal for an overhaul of the global financial system that would eventually replace the dollar as a reserve currency with a Libra-like virtual one. Just a few months […]

Getting Nervous About the Stock Market? Here’s Your Antidote

By Jeff Clark Senior Analyst, If you didn’t catch it, gold has passed the S&P 500 in year-to-date performance. Through August 12, gold is up 18.1%, while the S&P has risen 13.8%. Silver is nipping its heels, now up 10.2% YTD. But what is perhaps more significant is the […]

Gold’s Breakout Could Mean Silver is on the Launchpad

By Jeff Clark Senior Analyst, Gold and silver prices continue to push higher. They’re starting to get some attention from the mainstream, too. A new uptrend in gold is clearly underway, but silver’s performance has so far trailed gold’s. Let’s take a look at the price behavior over the […]

Everybody Hates Silver!

Alexander Trigaux, Editor, JUL 16, 2019 Silver is not a four-letter word. But these days, “silver” is often preceded by one. Seldom has sentiment surrounding silver been so universally negative. This chart from a dedicated metals analyst, and especially its title, sums up the prevailing view of silver today: […]

How the U.S. Is Being Held Hostage by Its Own Worst Companies

By: Alexander Trigaux, Editor, If you know where to look, the markets are telling you that they understand we’re moving into a new phase of US-dollar decay. With the most recent dovish statement by Jerome Powell, the wheels have been set in motion for a fresh cycle of rate […]

FOMO: Wall Street Piling Into the Gold Trade

    Wall Street has become a culture dominated by traders. Their zeitgeist on any particular company/asset can set the direction of a trade for months or years. And, there’s only one thing a Wall St. trader hates more than getting laughed at for being the first guy into a […]

Is the Gold/Silver Ratio Headed to 100?

Jeff Clark, Senior Analyst, GoldSilver  JUN 10, 2019  at Is-the-goldsilver-ratio-headed-to-100-three-questions-to-answer/ Gold/Silver Ratio Headed to 100? Three Questions to Answer The gold/silver ratio keeps climbing. And climbing and climbing. When is this darn thing going to reverse and see silver finally outperform gold? While no one really knows the answer to […]

ADL Predictive Modeling Suggests A Big Move In Silver

Our Adaptive Dynamic Learning (ADL) predictive modeling system is suggesting that Silver is currently well below the projected ADL price level.  We believe the current pricing pressure in Silver is related to global central banks attempt to regulate precious metals prices over the past 24+ months.  We believe the upside […]

No Way Out: Jerome Powell Admits

Return to ZIRP and QE Are Inevitable Alexander Trigaux, Editor, GoldSilver JUN 5, 2019 A funny thing happened on the way to my finalizing this article: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell finally broke down and told the truth: “The trade comments opened remarks that set a somber tone about the […]

Yield Curve Inverted Again. Will Gold Shine Now?

The U.S. yield curve has inverted again, and it has done so to the widest level since 2007. How much of a reason to worry is that actually? A sky-is-falling moment lurking ahead? If so, what chance of saving us does gold have? Another Yield Curve Inversion Occurs It’s really […]

Gold & Silver Volatility Near Record Lows — What’s Next?

Jeff Clark, Senior Analyst, JUN 2, 2019 As precious metals investors know all too well, gold and silver prices haven’t moved much for the past 5+ years. And along with that stagnant price environment has come low volatility. Volatility readings have fallen so far, in fact, that silver has […]

What Will Negative Interest Rates Do to Me?

With the Brexit threatening to break up the Eurozone, and US/China trade wars escalating at the top of today’s massive credit cycle, what will happen to the the ordinary person during the next downturn, as feverish central banks slash interest rates to zero or negative (ZIRP/NIRP)? Alasdair Macleod, head of […]

Sprott Media: Soaring Prices Are A Sign Of Trouble

By Albert Lu – May 17, 2019 DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS I’ve heard it many times from many people — in the National Football League, defense wins championships. But is it true? Is a team’s defensive prowess the determining factor in its success or failure? Perhaps it was true at one […]

Silver Supply/Demand Crunch Part II

Primary Silver Producers Stuck in Quicksand and Still Sinking Jeff Clark, Senior Analyst, MAY 16, 2019 As we outlined in our silver supply/demand crunch article, the silver market has entered a structural imbalance. It is not temporary. Global supply is locked into a decline, leaving the industry ill-equipped to […]

Alchemists’ Dream: MMT or Transmutation Into Gold?

Traditional alchemist always desired to turn lead into gold. The modern ones want to increase government spending without any limits. We invite you to read our today’s article about the Modern Monetary Theory and find out what is it and what would mean for the gold market, if implemented. What […]

Total Debt and Leveraged Loans to the Rescue of Gold Bulls?

The Fed has just published the newest edition of its Financial Stability Report. It covers what the most powerful central bank in the world perceives as risks to the financial system stability. Is it time for the gold bulls to uncork champagne? Financial Sectors Appears Resilient, But… The Fed’s assessment […]

Miners’ Strength – What If It Isn’t Just a Bluff?

The stock market took a dive, and gold with silver barely moved higher. Miners had little reason to rally, especially that they have been underperforming gold for many days now. And yet, gold stocks and silver stocks moved visibly higher. What if it isn’t just a bluff? What if it’s […]

The Notre Dame Fire: Lessons for Gold Investors

The Monday’s fire of Notre Dame Cathedral shocked the world. Since then, the French, the Catholics, and the architecture and art lovers hadn’t been talking about anything else. The precious metals community was less disturbed – even though it turns out that gold investors can actually learn a lot from […]

The Gold Market Right After Super Wednesday

Super Wednesday is behind us! The masters of monetary policy have revealed their cards. The Fed released the fresh minutes, the ECB held its monetary policy meeting, while the Brexit was postponed again. How will all these play out in the gold market? Minutes Show Patience among the FOMC Members […]