Gold made an exciting jump above a key resistance level today. Unprecedented money supply growth in the United States is a boon for commodities prices.
Commodity prices across the board are surging amid the Fed’s easy-money policies and a skyrocketing monetary supply. Will gold soon catch the wave?
Gold is putting in higher highs, signaling a bullish reversal that could finally end 2021’s short-term bear market.
The US dollar is showing weakness as compounding pressures of devaluation rack the currency. Gold is taking advantage of this weakness and moving higher.
Gold put in a double bottom at the key support level of $1,680, and is now experiencing some bullish action to the upside. Did gold finally turn around?
Gold bounced off a key support level last week, and continues to hold its gains after the Fed’s announcement to maintain easy money policies.
Gold is providing a key pocket of value in a market where everything else is getting more and more expensive.
In an irrational economy, emotions rule. What does this mean for the long-term performance of gold?
The new commodities supercycle is combining with a recessionary economy. What does this mean for gold?
Gold looks to continue its downward momentum after a double bottom at its November 30th lows.
Gold is continuing its lackluster short-term performance, but the fundamentals are now shaping up to trigger the second phase of its massive bull market.
Silver stunned the world this week as gold continued its bearish correction. How should we consider the relationship between these two metals?
Gold continues its contained volatility, likely heading for a pivotal breakout.
We have seen some exciting action in the metals prices the last couple days.
After a steep drop in the first few days of 2021, Gold has been bouncing up and down in the mid 1800’s.
The Dollar slowly decays against other currencies, as gold enjoys a bullish holiday season.