Top in interest rates or top in gold?
(Kitco commentary) - Powell's 0.25% hike was expected, so when it became a reality, markets didnt really react.
Will the next move in the gold market be downside?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold moved slightly higher, silver soared, but miners declined on Friday. If it's not a screaming short-term signal, I don't know what is.
How the USDX helps understand gold price movements
(Kitco commentary) - At the turn of the month is when the dollar index tends to reverse. Does it mean something opposite for the precious metals market?
Could Bitcoin's movements indicate the fall of junior gold stocks?
(Kitco commentary) - While comparing gold and bitcoin gives some idea of the patterns in the market, can the slide of junior miners be predicted by the same method?
What did the dollar have to do with gold's Nov. 7 rally?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold, silver and mining stocks' prices soared on Friday. Let's see if the dollar may have had something to do with this movement.
Gold continues to rise, fueled by bullish sentiment
(Kitco commentary) - Investors believing that the Fed will follow the BoEs example continue to support the short-term gold rally. Their optimism, however, may end soon.
The U.S. 10-year real yield hits its highest in over a decade
(Kitco commentary) - While the U.S. 10-Year real yield is at its highest level since 2010, gold remains uplifted. Despite this outperformance, the pair should reconnect again.
The USD fell on Ukraines success news. How did gold react?
(Kitco commentary) - Ukraine's military successes in the war with Russia had a negative impact on the dollar. At the same time, gold didnt benefit as much as it could.
Reversals in gold and silver are more bearish than declines
(Kitco commentary) - Gold's fall after US Labor Day is not the only thing that happened in the precious metals market. Other events paint the near future in bearish colors.
Golds foremost lesson from 2013
(Kitco commentary) - History rhymes as people tend to react similarly to similar price changes. What we see in gold right now is a repeat of almost a decade ago.
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