A spooked Fed
(Kitco commentary) - We have been telling our clients, who were concerned about the drop in metals against the back-drop of a collapsing global equity space, that the reaction was a normal pattern.
Gold and precious metals as part of a balanced investment portfolio
(Kitco News) - Investors that held the belief that metals were a valuable asset diversification tool did well in 2019.
Peter Hug: when gold goes above $1550, investors will rush in for the next leg higher
(Kitco commentary) - Peter feels that a slowdown is coming but that there wonÃ?Â¢??t be an official recession in 2020, perhaps 2021. The overall equity markets will likely be flat next year because of the FedÃ?Â¢??s actions in keeping up the markets.
(Kitco commentary) - Investors following my diatribes for the past few weeks bombarded me with amazing emails when I turned negative the gold market at $1,560 and silver at $19.40.
Gold and silver prices get slammed is it over?
(Kitco News) - Gold is down some $30 from the high today and silver at one point gave back almost .45 from the intra-day high. So is the bull market over?
The Fed gives the green light to gold rally
(Kitco commentary) - Fed Chairman Powell indicated the Fed would do what was necessary to keep the economy rolling, adding new momentum to gold prices. Reading between the lines, he said: "We are your back-stop and will create whatever liquidity is needed."
Gold Tests A Major Resistance Line
(Kitco commentary) - Coming back from a week off, it was noted that once gold broke through our $1,420 level, there was little in the way of resistance to hold back last weekÃ¢??s surge.
Gold Price: After The Fed
(Kitco commentary) - We saw a classic sell the news event yesterday. The market, expecting more than the 25 bps priced into a Fed cut, was disappointed and the metals took it on the chin.
Gold Markets Critical Levels To Watch
(Kitco News) - Gold has been a somewhat difficult market to trade over the past two weeks, but our strategy of selling into strength around the $1,422 area continues to work.
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