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  • What to Look for in the Gold-Silver Ratio

    December 8, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The gold-silver ratio is perhaps one of the first indicators traders looked at to comprehend the state of the precious metals market and accordingly acquire positions. We attempt to revisit the gold silver ratio in a new light to arm our investors with the right view. The gold silver ratio is not outdated; the view needs to be refreshed. Over the course of this essay, we will establish the rules of mean reversion and understand how pairs and ratio work.


  • Euro Falls amid Fears of Sovereign Default

    December 7, 2010, 12:00 PM

    European structural problems and tensions in the Korean Penisula have contributed to the upswing in the prices of precious metals. Meanwhile, the decline in euro appears overdone on a short-term basis. Got gold?


  • Gold's and Silver's Ability to Rise Regardless of Other Markets

    December 3, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The USD Index is showing signs of reaching a local top (or the top is already in). While the correlation between precious metals and the USD Index (and even the general stock market) is weak at the moment, a weakening dollar would fuel likely a strong rally in precious metals. Technical indicators also indicate a breakout for silver.


  • Depleting Faith in Currency to Drive Gold Bull Run

    December 1, 2010, 12:00 PM

    Fiat money requires that consumers and investors and nations have faith in it, something the U.S. dollar is rapidly losing. As long as that continues to happen, people will turn to something tangible which they can trust - gold and silver. Indications from the stock market remain unclear, but volume levels and other indicators point to a strong possibility of higher prices for gold and mining stocks in the near-term.


  • Chinas Emphasis on Construction Bullish for Long-term Growth

    November 26, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The economic rebalancing of China, from an export driven economy to a domestic consumption-led one, is crucial in shaping the demand for metals in the future. The cornerstone of Chinese policies over the past decade has been its emphasis on infrastructure. Barring minor corrections in the short term, the Chinese growth story is not showing signs of letting up. However, in the interim, investors should realign portfolios replacing industrial metals with precious metals. Precious metals, particularly gold demand in China is expected to hold strong even in the event of a temporary stagnation in Chinese construction activities.


  • Unlike Gold - Stimulus Is Effective Only Under Certain Circumstances

    November 24, 2010, 12:00 PM

    While the $600bn of stimulus money may not be particularly effective in today's economic reality, investing in gold and silver surely has been, and - given details provided in this week's free essay - will most likely continue to be.


  • Gold, Weaker Dollar, and US Exports

    November 22, 2010, 12:00 PM

    Will the US Dollar's decline really create jobs in the US? Not everyone believes this scenario, and higher gold prices seem to support those, who doubt it.


  • Beginning of The Golden Plunge, or Just a Golden Breather?

    November 19, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The situation on the general stock market is tense - have they put a double-top, or are they just taking a breather within a bigger rally? Answering this question might be of great importance not only for stock investors, but for anyone interested in gold and silver as well.


  • Interesting Times Ahead for Precious Metals Despite Signs of Fatigue

    November 17, 2010, 12:00 PM

    With the dollar consolidating at current levels, gains in the precious metals market appears capped. Being invested in precious metals long-term still appears to be a good idea. Small speculative positions could be taken as the local bottom is approached. When price levels are more favorable, leveraged long positions may be well advised.


  • Fall of the Mighty Dollar: Looking Back at the Credit Crunch

    November 15, 2010, 12:00 PM

    A glance at the past reveals exactly why the economic crisis today was bound to happen. The credit crunch has a deeper root than the housing bubble: it lies in the trade imbalance between surplus and deficit countries.

  • Monetary Reforms and Silver Consolidation

    November 12, 2010, 12:00 PM

    When the President of the World Bank said leading economies should consider readopting a modified global gold standard to guide currency movements, it again underlined that gold is one commodity that cannot be kept out of any discussion about the economy. Meanwhile, the precious metals (especially silver) appear to have risen too fast too soon, which means that a consolidation is likely.


  • Will a Residential Construction Bubble in China Weigh Down Industrial Metals?

    November 8, 2010, 12:00 PM

    China has exhibited strong growth in construction activities over the past decade, leading to a healthy consumption of industrial metals. However, investors and analysts are wary of a bubble plaguing the residential sector like it did in the US. We analyze why China’s residential sector is shaping metal prices and how it is still strong enough to grow considerably (although at a slower pace) to support metals' demand.


  • Gold - Break Out or Fake Out?

    November 7, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The Fed announced it will buy $600 billion of U.S. Government bonds but the news did not cause gold to move above rising resistance lines. We did see a $40 price increase for gold on Thursay. Is this is a break- out or a fake-out? At first glance the gold’s recent move appears very bullish - but only at the first glance. But we take a second look and five our Subscribers specific information about gold’s next move.


  • Establishing a Stable Dollar Is More Important Than Ever

    November 7, 2010, 12:00 PM

    Due to uncertainties around the US dollars and fears on inflation, it is expected that the value of gold will continue to appreciate. The question is, “where will it stop?” There are already gold bulls, who believe that it can go as high as $10,000 an ounce, and we don't rule it out either.


  • Cash Sitting on the Sideline Will Find Its Way to Gold

    October 31, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The Fed announced it will buy $600 billion of U.S. Government bonds but the news did not cause gold to move above rising resistance lines. We did see a $40 price increase for gold on Thursay. Is this is a break- out or a fake-out? At first glance the gold’s recent move appears very bullish - but only at the first glance. But we take a second look and five our Subscribers specific information about gold’s next move.


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