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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.

  • Bearish Picture for Gold from the Perspective of the Dollar and the Stock Market

    June 11, 2013, 8:55 AM
  • Gold Price in June 2013

    June 7, 2013, 11:44 AM

    In today's essay we discuss the strength of the physical gold and silver markets. Inspired by Thursday's developments, we also touch on the implications of one-sided dependence between two assets: in today's case it's gold's declines when the USD rallies and the lack of a significant rally in the yellow metal when dollar plunges, but this approach can be successfully applied to virtually any market.

  • Recent Moves in Gold and Silver - Temporary Strength or the End of Correction?

    June 3, 2013, 6:15 AM

    In today's essay we touch on the cost of mining gold and its influence on the yellow metal's price. We also thoroughly examine recent developments on the whole precious market in order to find out whether what happened heralds trend reversal or was just a product of random market noise.

  • Can 1976 Give Us Insight Into Gold's Price Behavior?

    May 28, 2013, 6:48 AM

    In today's essay we compare bullish and bearish fundamental factors to see whether gold is still the right place to be in for the long run. We also thoroughly analyze the yellow metal from the technical perspective, taking into consideration gold's performance relative to other asset classes, as well as analogies with previous important bottoms such as the one in 1976.

  • Timing the Final Bottom in Silver

    May 24, 2013, 10:55 AM

    In today's essay we talk about which tools are best suitable for timing market reversal points. Are they cyclical turning points? Particular ratios obtained through relative strength analysis? Or maybe divergences between asset and index prices and various technical indicators? Read today's article to find out! Then we move to the analysis of the silver market and employ the discussed methods to figure out whether the final bottom is already in or about to come in the following weeks.

  • Gold Corrected on Weeks of Misconception

    May 23, 2013, 8:25 AM

    Article posted on May 23rd, 2013

  • Important Breakout in the Dow to Gold Ratio and Its Implications for Gold

    May 21, 2013, 9:08 AM

    Today we discuss the currency war that seems to be heating up. We also explore the yellow metal's current technical situation as well as comment on recent important breakout in the Dow to gold ratio and its implications for the whole precious metals market.

  • Bullish Picture for the USD and Stocks and Its Implications for Gold and Silver

    May 17, 2013, 10:45 AM

    In today's essay we discuss the latest World Gold Council Gold Demand Trends report concerning gold market fundamentals. We also analyze the situation on two markets that have historically influenced gold and silver the most, i.e. the general stock market and the U.S. dollar. Additionally, we measure the current strength of relationship between these two and the precious metals market. Finally, we comment on gold stocks performance relative to the yellow metal itself.

  • Is Crude Oil Ready For A Breakout And Would It Help Gold?

    May 14, 2013, 12:48 PM

    It seems that many don't believe in the end of the great bull market in precious metals - from small investors, through central banks, to renowned fund managers. And - of course - ourselves. In today's essay we provide fundamental data to support that belief. We also analyze the charts of the yellow metal and the possibility of a breakout in crude oil to get a proper picture of current technical situation.

  • Gold Stocks Are Leading Gold Lower

    May 10, 2013, 9:55 AM

    The last couple of weeks have been quite a ride for gold bugs. But has the dust really settled now? In this essay, we focus on several charts which suggest that the slide in precious metals has come to a temporary halt but may as well resume in the coming weeks. Since this is not the end of the bull market in our opinion, it is particularly important not to loose one's focus in the near future as it may be easy to miss the appropriate moment to get back on the long side of the market.

  • Further Declines in Gold

    May 7, 2013, 11:11 AM

    In today's essay we touch on the recent rush to physical gold triggered by the plunge of three weeks ago, and confirmations of the fact that precious metals market fundamentals are intact. We also analyze the charts of the yellow metal (both from the USD and the non-USD perspectives), as well as the Dow to gold ratio in search of clues regarding gold's price behavior in the upcoming weeks.

  • Will the Breakout in the USD Index Hurt Gold?

    May 3, 2013, 8:53 AM

    In today's essay we focus mostly on the USD Index long-term breakout and its implications for gold and silver. We also discuss its current technical situation as well as recent events on the general stock market and how they may shape the precious metals market landscape.

  • Gold Price in May 2013

    May 1, 2013, 1:02 PM

    In today's essay we discuss recent plunge on the gold market as well as its current technical situation from various perspectives. We also analyze the long-term cycles and their implications for the yellow metal for the weeks to come.

  • Silver's Underperformance Against Gold

    April 26, 2013, 6:55 AM

    In today's essay we focus on silver - we discuss possible causes of the big plunge that took place almost two weeks ago as well as its current technical situation. Moreover, we show how the silver:gold ratio can be used to determine whether the final bottom for the white metal has been reached yet.

  • Is This the End of the Bull Market in Gold and Silver?

    April 17, 2013, 12:46 PM

    In today's essay we deal with recent plunges in gold and silver and we also discuss whether they mark the end of the secular bull market or are rather an event similar to what happened a few years before the 1980 top in gold.

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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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