By Alix Steel 11/25/11 – 11:56 AM ES
NEW YORK (TheStreet ) - Gold prices were reversing earlier losses Friday as the stock market shook off two European debt downgrades and a stronger U.S. dollar.
Gold for December delivery was losing $4.80 at $1,691.10 an ounce at the Comex division of the New York [...]
Low returns on other investments and fears about the world economy have caused the price of gold to soar. Don’t count on its continued rise
Jul 8th 2010 | DELHI AND LONDON
ON THE kind of hot, sultry day in which the brutal Delhi summer specialises, the attractions of lingering languidly over gold jewellery in air-conditioned [...]
By: Gary North, Mises on Money
I wrote an article with this title on June 6, 1980 in my newsletter, Remnant Review. It is time for a follow-up.
The four G’s seemed prudent in 1980. In early 1980, the American economy was suffering from the worst peacetime price inflation in its history. That was [...]
A gold store in Beijing. Bullion is headed for its 11th straight annual gain, the longest winning streak since at least 1920, as investors diversify away from other investment vehicles.
Amid this miserable financial crisis, choosing to buy gold doesn’t mean you’re going mad.
Owing to [...]
The FINANCIAL — The Euro and the Dollar are changing their rates against GEL (Georgian Lari).
Written by Mariam Papidze
It impacts on the population’s budget significantly as most Georgian citizen’s deposits are kept either in USD or EUR accounts in Georgia.
The Euro and U.S dollar rates [...]
17 August 2011 – By Dan Denning
Wells Fargo Private Bank has warned its clients to beware a gold bubble. Their analysis is utterly misguided…
SOME AWFUL gold analysis – courtesy of Wells Fargo Bank. The bank’s analysts have told clients, “Interest in gold investing has reached the level of a speculative [...]
"We’ve done the most business that we’ve done in any single week. It was about the four times the normal volume.” — Isaac Kahan, president of Bullion Trading LLC
Tuesday, August 16, 2011 – 12:00 AM
By Mirela Iverac
Gold was flying off the shelf in midtown Manhattan as the price of the precious [...]
8/1/2011 8:50:57 AM | Jeff Clark, Casey Research
Growing numbers of analysts have either joined the movement or have upped their bullish outlook
I outlined last week the increasingly bullish consensus among analysts about gold stocks. The same pattern exists with gold itself; growing numbers of analysts have either joined the movement or have upped their bullish outlook.
Illustration: Rocco Fazzari
July 30, 2011
Gold-dispensing vending machines? Laws to make it legal tender? John Collett looks at the rise and rise of bullion.
The gold price is hitting record nominal price highs of more than $US1600 ($1450) an ounce, up from about $US300 10 years ago. And most analysts are forecasting [...]
New York stock exchange
By Patrick A. Heller
July 26, 2011
The COMEX August 2011 gold options expire today, July 26. As of July 25, there were still open 20,000 call option contracts (for 100 ounces of gold per contract) at a strike price of $1,600 per ounce. If the [...]