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Free Trading Alerts: Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Forex, Stocks & Bitcoin

Below you will find some of our daily trading alerts and our other free essays on the following markets: gold and silver, forex, stocks, bitcoin, crude oil, and on the economy in general. If you'd like to be notified about new free articles, please take a few seconds to sign up for our free mailing list today.

  • Stock Market: Indexes continue last Friday’s correction, as S&P500 loses 0.4%.

    September 23, 2013, 9:13 AM

    Investors take profits as stocks move lower today morning. Technology stocks relatively stronger following news from Apple.

  • Stock Market: Uptrend reversal or just a correction?

    September 23, 2013, 8:38 AM

    Stocks retreated from record highs on renewed Fed policy fears. Investors taking profits after recent rally.

  • Recent Rally in Gold - A Sign of Strength?

    September 20, 2013, 12:02 PM

    Without a doubt, the most important event this week was the U.S. Federal Reserve's unexpected decision to continue buying bonds. After the Fed’s statement, gold gained more than $55 an ounce, leading the rally in commodities. At the same time, the dollar dropped to its lowest level since February. Does this drop change the outlook for the greenback? Does the Wednesday’s show of strength change the outlook for the yellow metal? What’s next? Can gold climb higher in the near term? Will the dollar recover quickly? If you want to know our take on these questions, we invite you to read our today's essay.

  • Stock Market: Short-term uncertainty amid profit-taking, derivatives expiration day

    September 20, 2013, 6:30 AM

    Indexes fluctuate near their recent highs as investors embrace Wednesday’s Fed announcement. Will the bull market continue?

  • Stock Market: Indexes soar to new highs as Fed decides not to taper yet

    September 19, 2013, 7:09 AM

    S&P500 breaks record level following Fed’s announcement. Investors get greedy, hoping for further gains.

  • Gold Price in India: Strong Support Zone Reached. What's Next?

    September 18, 2013, 1:01 PM

    Today, gold in India fell to its lowest level since mid-August following losses in the world market. In this way the yellow metal priced in rupees reached a strong support zone. Investors are probably wondering what’s next. Will the market players be more likely to buy the shiny metal? Was the relationship between gold and the Indian rupee in place in the previous week? Where are the nearest support zones and resistance levels? If you want to know our take on these questions, we invite you to read our today's essay.

  • Stock Market: S&P500 still within striking distance of its all-time high

    September 18, 2013, 7:26 AM

    Investors await Fed decision concerning cutting back on bond purchases. Will stocks continue their upward march?

  • Gold and the Fed - What If...

    September 17, 2013, 8:46 AM

    This week, we will know if the Fed limits, stops, or keeps the QE intact. In today's free essay, we discuss what's likely to happen to gold if the Fed doesn't taper QE.

  • Stock Market: Short-term uncertainty amid Fed, profit taking pressure

    September 17, 2013, 7:29 AM

    S&P500 index at the August all-time high area resistance. Will the market continue higher? Investors fear the Fed tapering plans again.

  • Will the Short-Term Link Between Crude Oil and Gold Wane?

    September 16, 2013, 10:51 AM

    In August crude prices surged on fears that unrest in Syria might spread to other parts of the Middle East, disrupting supplies. Then we saw a decline after Russia’s proposal raised the chance that a U.S. military strike would be delayed or averted. However, that was not the end of changes. Investors’ worries about whether diplomatic efforts would avert military action pushed the price of crude oil higher once again. Finally, the United States and Russia agreed to back a nine-month U.N. program to destroy Syrian chemical arsenal. Some investors could call it a roller-coaster. Looking at these events it is tempting to say that we have a relatively peaceful outcome so far: no war, no bombs, no oil disruptions. But is it good for price of crude oil?

    Uncertainty around Syria was the major factor, which has driven the prices in the recent weeks. What will happen if Syria moves out of news? Investors will move their attention to other events. And what is the most important event of the week? Of course, the FOMC meeting. On Wednesday, we’ll know answers to questions that trouble investors for weeks. However, before this happen, we want introduce you to the current situation in light crude and oil stocks. We also examined the relationship between them and the short-term link between crude oil and gold. Has anything changed in these relations? We invite you to check today’s Oil Update.

  • Stock Market: Positive expectations as Larry Summers quits race for Fed chairmanship

    September 16, 2013, 8:38 AM

    Indexes should continue higher in reaction to weekend news. S&P500 approaches early August all-time high zone.

  • Gold Price In India: Did Gold Stop to Respond to the Rupee Price Moves?

    September 13, 2013, 10:34 AM

    Today, gold in India fell to its lowest level in three weeks following losses in the world market. In this way the yellow metal priced in rupees extended losses to almost 14% since its highest level on August 28. What’s interesting, at the same time the Indian rupee didn’t rise to a new high. Does it mean that the recent relationship between gold and the rupee has changed? What impact did these circumstances have on the gold’s chart? Where are the nearest support zones and resistance levels? If you want to know our take on these questions, we invite you to read our today's essay.

  • Stock Market: Uncertainty as indexes fluctuate after recent run up

    September 13, 2013, 6:06 AM

    Neutral market sentiment as investors await U.S. economic releases. S&P500 tests the July-August topping consolidation.

  • Crude Oil: Trading In a Narrow Range

    September 12, 2013, 8:52 AM

    Looking at the charts of crude oil, we clearly see that the major factor which drives the price of light crude is uncertainty around Syria. Last week, crude oil prices surged on fears that unrest in Syria might spread to other parts of the Middle East, disrupting supplies from a region that pumps a third of the world's oil. This week, we saw a decline as the prospect of imminent attacks on Syria faded. However, yesterday the price of crude oil edged up once again as investors worried about whether diplomatic efforts would avert military action. At this moment, it seems that yesterday’s small bounce up in crude oil prices ended a two-day slide. What’s next? Will crude oil reach higher levels? Or maybe it will drop further? If you want to know our take on these questions, we invite you to read our today's essay.

  • Stock Market: Indexes continue to rise as investors shrug off worries over Fed tapering

    September 12, 2013, 7:48 AM

    S&P500 index approaches July-August consolidation zone, retracing almost all recent losses. Investors hope for long-term uptrend to resume.

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Jul Market Overview

Gold Market Overview

This edition of Market Overview is first issue in a long series, which analyzes the nature of gold and factors driving its price. Today we focus today on refuting some popular myths common in the gold market. Examples of such myths include putting enormous emphasis on declining mining production, rising technology demand, strong Asian demand or high central bank buying volumes, when considering these factors as drivers of the gold prices. We believe that these considerations results from misunderstandings of gold’s nature. Thus, in this edition of Market Overview we wanted to show that gold should be analyzed as a currency or a global monetary asset rather than a commodity.

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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