Gold Prices Seem Likely To Hold Above $1,300 This Time - Bloomberg Intelligence
Can gold shoot higher next quarter?
Here's Why This Bank Is Sticking With Its Bearish Gold Call
Despite golds sudden move above $1,300 an ounce Monday, one bank is sticking with its lower year-end forecast and even expects prices to fall lower next year.
Bitcoin Is Biting Away At Gold's Safe-haven Appeal - Mohamed El-Erian
The rise of bitcoin, mostly during times of duress, has some investors questioning whether the virtual currency is taking away from golds safe-haven allure.
This Analyst Called $1,300 Gold Before It Happened, Now He's Calling For This
Everyone seems bullish on gold these days, including one analyst who sees the metal clearing another resistance hurdle sooner rather than later.
$1,400 Gold? Challenge Accepted Says Analyst...
Although golds likely next step would be to challenge the $1,400 level, one analyst says prices need to consolidate first.
Peter Schiff Says North Korea Isn't Driving Gold, This Is...
Gold came close to a one-year high as markets focused on more heightened tensions surrounding North Korea, but to one famed investor, the yellow metal isnt rising for the reasons people seem to think it is.
Bank of Canada Raises Rates; Gold Priced In CAD Falls
In an unexpected move, the Bank of Canada raised interest rates by 25 basis points to 1% Wednesday, which saw gold priced in Canadian dollars lower.
Goldman Sachs: Gold Is The Currency of "Last Resort" But Still Headed Lower
For many investors, the geopolitical hedge is on for gold.
The U.S. Dollar's Days Are Numbered, Gold To Shine - Analyst
Dont worry about dips in gold, the metal will break out higher because its chief rival the U.S. dollar is crumbling, this according to one London-based analyst.
Here's Why Louise Yamada Says Gold's Going To Break Out
You do have enough here to argue that gold can go higher. These were the words of veteran technical analyst Louise Yamada as she appeared on CNBCs Futures Now Tuesday, when the metal rallied to levels last seen right after the U.S. presidential election last year.
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