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  • Gold and Silver Mining Stocks Gain Momentum - What's Next?

    March 4, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Favorable currency fluctuations and market fundamentals support precious metals market at this juncture. Consequently, gold and silver mining stocks are poised for an upsurge and a rally could be seen from the current levels. A strong correlation with precious metals encourages investments in gold and silver mining stocks.

  • Top in Stocks and Silver?

    March 1, 2011, 12:00 PM

    The increased world geopolitical tensions appear to have increased the appeal of gold, silver and mining stocks as they managed to move more or less independently from other markets. The trend remains positive for precious metals and recent price declines appear to be attributed simply to a short period of consolidation. No significant, bearish signals pointing to a downturn are apparent at this time.

  • Long-Term Trend is Still Upbeat Despite Declines in Precious Metals

    February 25, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Notwitstanding minimum influence of currency indices on gold this week, the long-term trend in precious metals market appears promising.

  • Are Gold & Silver Already Too High, or is the Rally Just Starting?

    February 24, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Gold & silver moved sharply higher in the past several days, but does that really mean that there are no more gains on the horizon?

  • China and the West: Opposite Approach to Inflation

    February 22, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Inflation will play a larger role in determining China and the United State’s approach to monetary policy in the near future. Chinese policymakers are implementing measures that are designed to cool down its overheating economy. The US Federal Reserve is not concerned now, but will it need to follow suit?

  • Growing Industrial Demand Buoys Silver Outlook

    February 21, 2011, 12:00 PM

    The rebound in industrial demand, especially from the electronics and electrical sector, appears supportive for silver in the long term. Surging industrial demand from China and India is also bullish for the silver market, pulling up prices. Positive economic outlook coupled with current market fundamentals indicates improved returns on silver investments.

  • The Rally in Gold and Silver is Not Over Yet

    February 18, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Currency indices provide bullish implications for gold, silver and mining stocks. The outlook is bearish for the euro and bullish for the dollar. The precious metals have been trading in tune with the dollar and the outlook for both is therefore bullish at this time.

  • Timing Gold - Bond Yields' Ratio Doesn't Matter Much, But Gold:Bonds Ratio Does

    February 11, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Inflationary pressures as well as currency market fluctuations are expected to supports gold market from the current levels. The current situation in gold:bonds ratio also appear to reflect a positive change in the yellow metal and the medium-term outlook appears more bullish now than it has been for the past few weeks.

  • Which Currency Will Crash First?

    February 8, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Several weaker members of the Eurozone would have defaulted already if they weren’t helped out by stronger members. Japan has the third largest economy and the country are swamped with debt. The US has the largest national debt of all. Meanwhile, a number of analysts predict that the Chinese yuan might overtake the US dollar as the global currency in a few years and last year and Chinese officials have announced that they will increase reserves to the tune of 10,000 tons over the next decade. Chinese central bank adviser Xia Bin has confirmed that China must increase its gold and silver reserves. With such enormous purchases most likely still ahead of us, correctly positioned Gold Investors are likely to reap massive profits over the next several years.

  • Gold May Outshine Silver in the Medium Term

    February 8, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Strong market fundamentals support speculative long positions in precious metals at this moment. However a strong correlation with the general stock market makes medium-term silver investments riskier in comparison with gold since silver is historically more correlated with stocks.

  • Short-Term Buying Spree in Gold

    February 4, 2011, 12:00 PM

    Fundamentals remain positive for the gold market and technicals indicate a short-term rally in gold market. While political unrest in Egypt influences the market, an increment in demand is expected during Chinese New Year celebrations. On the technical front, the Euro – USD indices and the SP Gold Bottom Indicator suggest a ’buy‘.

  • Big Gains Are to be Made in Platinum and Palladium

    February 2, 2011, 12:00 PM

    With rallying stocks, it might be the right time to consider diverting some funds to platinum and palladium. Gold’s and silver’s sister metals are expected to do well aided by a growing automotive market in the developing world, stricter emission norms and slower penetration of hybrids. While the time to entry may not be perfect today, the long-term picture appears bullish.

  • Short-Term Rally?

    January 28, 2011, 12:00 PM

    With the dollar approaching a cyclical turning point and likely to rally, gold, silver and mining stocks will likely follow. This week, this indirect relationship is visible also through our traditional measures above. Meanwhile, silver is also approaching its own turning point.

  • If Metals Decline Even With Rising Stocks, What Would Happen If Stocks Declined?

    January 26, 2011, 12:00 PM

    The most important influence upon precious metals this week seems to be the general stock market and the outlook for stocks appears bearish for the following weeks, even though it’s not visible on a day to day basis. Will stocks drag silver lower?

  • China Allows Renminbi Trading in the US

    January 26, 2011, 12:00 PM

    While China still practices strict capital controls, its permission to allow the renminbi to be traded by a Chinese-controlled bank in the United States is seen as being a step closer towards currency liberalization. There will be risks along the way, one of which is
    currency speculation.

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