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  • U.S. Debt Crisis Temporarily Resolved - Mining Stocks Yet to See a Resolution

    August 2, 2011, 12:00 PM

    In a last-minute agreement, the U.S. House of Representatives prevents its country from default. The deal is just that - a raise of the debt ceiling, not the reform of the deficit drivers. As such it its effects on the markets seem to be only temporary. This remains true for the precious metals market which finds itself in a rather unclear situation. What may ignite movement and which direction will the prices go? Among contrary signals, we aim to identify the most important ones.

  • Will the Debt Ceiling Debate Coincide with the Short-term Ceiling for Precious Metals?

    July 29, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Last week gold appreciated among the U.S. debt limit debate. As the rise was accompanied by bearish signs and tense situation in the currency markets, the outlook for precious metals is not crystal clear and we need to try to answer last week's question once again: "Is the breakout in gold confirmed?" This essay tries to untangle a knot of uncertainty that has been recently prevalent in the PM market.

  • Is This the True Breakout, or Are We In for a Correction?

    July 26, 2011, 12:00 PM

    By reaching the level of $1,610 gold has seemingly confirmed its breakout. However, bearish signs cloud the picture and rise questions. Is this breakout the real thing? Or is the price movement going to run out of steam, triggering declines? Our analysis strives to give you the answer during this hot period on the precious metals market.

  • Psychological Barrier Reached - Where is the Precious Metals Sector Headed Now?

    July 22, 2011, 12:00 PM

    As gold hits the psychological barrier of $1,600, questions arise whether the breakout has become fact. Are the mining stocks influenced? This essay discusses the implications of recent developments for the short-term price movements.

  • Breakout or No Breakout, Short-term Correction Appears Likely

    July 19, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Is the short term rally in gold prices over? What do both fundamentals and technicals suggest about the long-term market direction for gold?

  • Gold & Silver Miners Stop as General Stock Market Declines

    July 15, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Mining stocks have been rallying strongly recently, but without analogous action in the main stock indices it seems that miners' outperformance relative to gold is over or is about to be over.

  • Gold: Summer Trip and a Long-term Overview

    July 8, 2011, 12:00 PM

    As the summer begins, precious metals sector components appear to have reached significant resistance levels. Although rapidness provides the current impetus, recent upswings seen in gold market are expected to have an end soon in view of the seasonality. While current technicals support a summer downtrend, let’s have a global overview of the gold market fundamentals across the regions.

  • Precious Metals Crossing Halfway on an Annual Race; Heading towards "Gold"?

    July 1, 2011, 12:00 PM

    With double digit gains in first-half of the year, precious metals are expected to shine in second-half portfolio diversification and rebalancing. Referring the recent events in the precious metals space, developments in Greece economy take the lead. However, the yellow metal had a mild reaction towards the strength of the euro. While the global tensions decreased, what about the direction of dollar and precious metals in the near term?

  • Currency Indices and Gold/Silver Prices - What's Next?

    June 21, 2011, 12:00 PM

    In the USD Index, the situation still appears to be bullish although declines or some sideways movement is possible in the short-term. The situation for the Euro Index is of course the opposite with a small rally likely to be followed by declining index levels. In this essay we discuss the likely impact these events would have on the price of gold.

  • Fundamentals, Technicals and Silver Be Cautious!

    June 17, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Silver failed to follow gold higher - is the situation in silver really bearish in the short term or is it likely to move up with a vengeance? In today's essay we deal with the above question and additionally we discuss the usefulness of the technical analysis given the most important fundamental factors present today.

  • Will Gold Price Decline Soon or Is This Summer Really Different?

    June 14, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Ongoing price-volume action for both gold and silver suggests that extreme caution is necessary while taking positions in precious metals. Summer months are traditionally known to be bearish for gold - is this year going to be any different?

  • Negative Momentum in Gold and Silver to Continue?

    June 10, 2011, 12:00 PM

    The situation in currencies does not bode well for Gold and Silver Bulls presently. The risk of higher USD Index levels is quite significant and would impact the precious metals sector in a negative way. It appears that this is a factor that must be watched closely in the days ahead and caution is warranted with trade positions anywhere in the precious metals sector.

  • Euro, Dollar Indices and Gold Market - A Short-Term Must-Watch!

    May 27, 2011, 12:00 PM

    The correlation between gold and currency indices is a matter of interest among precious metal investors – no wonder these indices used to indicate the direction for both gold and silver many times in the past. We encourage you to read today’s essay as it describes the most recent events in both indices.

  • Gold, Euro and True Seasonals for Mining Stocks

    May 24, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Backed by a (still!) bullish trend for the euro gold is expected to witness an upside in the short-term. The True Seasonal trends have provided an excellent roadmap for the precious metals sector so far in May. Therefore, it’s particularly interesting that a change in trend is expected towards end-May or early-June.

  • Breakout or Breakdown - Whats Next for Gold?

    May 20, 2011, 12:00 PM

    From a speculative point of view, it appears that the next move in gold market likely be to the upside – however, is the yellow metal likely to move to new highs in the following weeks?

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