Over the past two months, the S&P 500 fell 4%, while the gold price rose nearly 4%. That’s a warning sign. The first shot of the coming war…
“Gold bugs” came into 2018 hopeful that this would be a comeback year. What followed was a year of defeat. Gold fell nearly 6%.
Gold made a new low in August. The U.S. dollar made a new high. Prices are warning of a possible sentiment shift that will fuel gold’s next rally.
Right now, gold is out of favor. It may become even more out of favor by the end of the year. But my hunch is that we just got a bullish “soft” signal.
Today, gold traders are fleeing because prices keep falling. But the best time to buy gold is after fear drives prices down to bargain-basement levels.
Time and again, gold has proven to be one of the few investments that survives, even thrives, during times of economic uncertainty.
The Italians use gold as an insurance policy against catastrophe. And when the country joined the EU, it triggered an emergency. The lira plummeted in value, but gold did not.
I’m comforted by the fact the mainstream financial press isn’t talking about gold. Because, by many measures, an investment in gold looks like a sure thing right now.
For thousands of years, gold was money. More important, the world still views gold as an insurance policy against financial troubles.
There is one standout this year that could easily weather a government shutdown and a stock market sell-off, and that’s gold.
Someday we’ll look back and say this event scrambled the global economic order … and put gold center stage in the geopolitical spotlight once again.
When the price of gold moves in one direction across a basket of currencies, then we can find the direction of the actual gold market.
I have been watching the price of gold closely. And I couldn’t help but notice that we are on the cusp of a new multiyear rally for the precious metal.
Gold offers a way to diversify your wealth. The real question is, what’s a safe, secure, cost-efficient way to own precious metals?
You cannot just pack up a gold mine when trouble starts. New political regimes, new laws, heavier taxes and wars have all destroyed mining companies in the past.
One of the most common questions I get is: What should I buy today — silver or gold? Right now, I have a clearer answer for you than I usually do.
Gold is the one natural resource that confounds most investors. That unpredictability makes investing in gold miners even more difficult.
I’m not the only one who believes it’s time to get a little more physical with our wealth. Many investors are adding physical gold to their assets.
We seem to have forgotten about gold in the U.S., where we saw a 46% decline in bullion coin sales this year. But in the U.K. they can’t buy enough of the stuff.
Every time you look at a chart, you can see something different. And I came across one recently that is signaling gold is about to break out.
There is a natural hedge for a falling U.S. dollar, and, if you haven’t already, it’s high time you took a closer look at investing in gold.
I expect the market price for gold to begin to rally in anticipation of a hyperdeflationary resolution of history’s greatest orgy of debt.
Gold is seen as more trustworthy than any paper currency. And not only is gold alive and kicking, but it needs to play an important role in your portfolio.
If you were waiting on the sidelines after this year’s monster rally, this may be your last chance to buy gold and gold mining stocks at these prices…
What does it mean to “own” something? It’s a question every investor should be asking … especially if that something is gold.
A year ago, mining companies were in the midst of the “Great Dividend Cut.” But dividends are back, and that’s good news not just for stock investors, but for gold prices as well.
Counterfeiting has been around for centuries. It’s big business. But with the recent discovery of fake gold bars bearing a highly respected mark, where you buy has become more important than what you buy.
Reports of gold’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Despite recent profit-taking, gold is still up more than 20% this year. And it is likely to remain a hot ticket in 2016 as the global market struggles…
We are only five months into 2016, and sales of gold coins at the U.S. Mint have nearly doubled. Demand for physical gold is soaring, and even the Fed will have trouble slowing its ascent.
Gold bullion is an excellent way to protect your wealth during a market crisis. But acquiring and storing bullion outside the U.S. has long been a problem … until now.
When a financial firm like Munich Re starts vaulting gold and griping about monetary policy, you have to believe that they might be on to something serious.
With fiat currencies headed toward failure, and central banks desperate to avoid catastrophe, it’s time to ask yourself: What is gold really worth?