Risky to be out of gold now
(Kitco commentary) - Gold is on the cusp of a major breakout from its super-bullish cup and handle pattern. The measured upside target is $3000/oz, and the log target is roughly $4000/oz.
When will gold stocks and silver outperform?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold mining stocks and Silver are the riskier parts of the precious metals sector. Generalist capital always favors Gold first and second before considering miners and Silver.
Watch these 3 gold indicators now
(Kitco commentary) - Recent events that followed our editorial signal that the inevitable is moving closer to imminent.
Two roads for gold & both are bullish
(Kitco commentary) - The Fed is still tightening. The economy has picked up a bit, and so too, have inflation expectations.
Gold to breakout as recession hits
(Kitco commentary) - Gold's winter rebound thwarted a 2013-like scenario. However, the sharp February selloff and nasty monthly candles reflect no bull market yet.
Beware of false breaks in gold
(Kitco commentary) - Last week I wrote that the stock market had veered away from the course of a mega-bear market.
Gold secular bull depends on this
(Kitco commentary) - I have written about this topic quite a few times. I am writing about it again today because it will become an extremely important indicator for precious metals within the next 12 months.
Gold sentiment: room for more bulls
(Kitco commentary) - Last week we wrote about the propensity for mild corrections in the early stages of Gold bull markets.
Don't expect a big correction in gold & gold stocks
(Kitco commentary) - Who is not expecting a correction in precious metals right now?
What can stop gold now?
(Kitco commentary) - It is trending higher and positioned above rising 200-day moving averages when charted against the stock market, bond market, commodities, and foreign currencies. Yesterday it closed at a fresh two-year high against the conventional 60/40 portfolio.
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