In today’s offering, first published on 20 October, your editor Shae Russell discusses her best investing idea for the New Year.
Gold prices have hit 100-month highs as investors start flocking to the shiny safe haven asset. A lot of the analysis out there is putting the recent surge down to the tensions in North Korea.…
The Japanese economy has experienced deflation for nearly four decades. The government and central bankers are to blame.
Gold is on the verge of entering bull market territory, following huge selloffs across global stocks this week. US bullion prices gained 5.8% yesterday, fetching close to US$1,264 an ounce. That’s the highest level gold…
Every time Yellen speaks, gold looks more attractive as an investment. She’s developing something of a knack for spruiking gold. Call it a ‘Yellen-ism’.
Gold is in the news for all the wrong reasons at the moment. The price of the metal tumbled this month, maintaining its downward trend for the year.
Jim Rogers recently stated that he doesn’t think gold has found a bottom. ‘I bought a little more at $1,200 just in case, but I don’t think we made the final bottom.’
Those who have stuck their necks out previously have lost their heads, the market has clearly done its job in breaking the spirit of the gold bulls.
The institutional side of the gold market picture is getting easier to understand: sell gold and buy stocks.
Gold has clawed back about half of what it lost during the two-day drop. Now can just forget about it and go back to our normal lives, right? Hardly…
Uh oh. We’ve got good news and bad news. We also have what is probably the most important thing you will read this year…
Everyone believes the gold market has reversed direction. The bull market of the last 14 years has finally ended, they say.
We are delighted to see gold getting smacked down. Why is this good news? It settles our nerves. And gives us an opportunity to buy more.
Some fear a similar gold confiscation could happen again — that their government might seek to take away their gold bullion.