These 3 Drivers Will Support Gold In The Short-Term ING
Even as gold continues to trade below $1,300, the fundamental case for holding the yellow metal remains intact, said Dutch bank ING, listing three main drivers that will provide support to prices.
Tug Of War: Gold To Keep Fighting As Investors Eye Buying Opportunities - Analysts
After the biggest weekly drop in five months, gold bulls are not ready to give up their tug of war against the bears just yet, according to analysts.
Crypto Scams Hit $1B: Fraud Rampant As Investors Rush Into ICOs Report
Fraud cases are reaching unprecedented highs in the cryptocurrency world as a new report by The Wall Street Journal reveals that investors splashed out $1 billion on initial coin offerings (ICOs) that were full of red flags.
Gold Bulls Stuck Waiting For The End Of Feds Rate Hikes - Capital Economics
Gold is looking comfortable just under its key psychological level of $1,300 an ounce, said Capital Economics, adding that gold bulls have to wait until the end of Federal Reserves tightening cycle before seeing a major price surge.
We Found It All: Goldcorp Says Mining Reached Peak Gold; Prices To Hit $1,600
All major gold deposits have already been found, said Goldcorp chairman Ian Telfer, adding that mining production can only go downhill from here.
Gold Is Ready For A Rally, With This Analyst Eyeing $1,455
Golds substantial drop to below its key psychological level of $1,300 an ounce could be a sign that the precious metal is gearing up for a rally in the next few weeks, according to one analyst.
U.S. Sanctions Will Do Little Damage To Irans Mining Industry BMI
The re-introduction of U.S. sanctions against Iran will have a limited impact on the Iranian mining and metals industry, according to BMI Research.
As Gold Trades Below $1,300, Is This A Good Time To Buy?
Even though gold dropped below $1,300 an ounce on Tuesday and is now trading around $1,290, this analyst remains bullish on gold.
Golds Break Below $1,300 Was Inevitable And Here's Why Analysts
Golds drop below its critical psychological level of $1,300 an ounce was in the cards for some time amid fading geopolitical risks and rallying U.S. dollar, according to analysts.
When Interest Rates Go Up, Gold Doesnt: Its Totally Fallacious Eric Sprott
The argument that when interest rates go up, gold goes down is a totally fallacious one, said Eric Sprott, billionaire precious metals investor and founder of Sprott Inc.
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