Tuesday October 28, 2014 | By Amanda Van Dyke
Well here is a gutsy call on gold- in fact two gutsy calls. My colleagues at Palisade Capital this week interviewed chartist and gold commentator Jordan Roy Byrne. Short term he is a bear and explains why. In the longer term he is a mega bull.
Thursday October 16, 2014 | By Jeff Desjardins
When legendary resource investor Rick Rule of Sprott said he expected lots of companies to ‘give up’ or ‘de-list’ before this bear market was over we all took note but where are the reports of companies leaving the resource sector? In this piece, Jeff Desjardins takes a deeper dive…
Sunday October 12, 2014 | By ShareProphets
Gold commentator Jordan Roy Byrne is a chartist and serves up a weekly short charting show on Palisade Radio – in this week’s show he wonders has gold hit the bottom or could there be worse. But his charts tell him that mining juniors might be about to rally sharply. Hmmmmm.
Friday October 3, 2014 | By Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley
Martin Murenbeeld highlights in the recent Gold Monitor the lack of attention steered towards the continuing up-take of physical gold in China. Despite the general conclusion of physical demand in China being down year-on-year, from record level 1,275t last year to an expected 900-1,000t according to WGC, the distribution of physical gold through the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) shows a growing appetite for gold in the long term.
Thursday October 2, 2014 | By Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley
The U.S. Comex gold futures fell 5.91% during September and 8.43% in Q3. The monthly loss was the worst since June 2013. Year-to-date, the gold futures have risen just about 0.70%. On the contrary, the Dollar Index jumped 3.85% in September and 7.72% in Q3, the largest quarterly rise since Q3 in 2008. The S&P 500 Index has dropped almost two percent since reaching an intra-day peak of 2,019 on 19 September.
Thursday September 25, 2014 | By Ben Turney
Nearly two weeks ago I suggested a buying opportunity could be brewing in the gold market. I now believe we’ve reached that point. Using my preferred technical indicator, the MIDAS Method, the price of gold has breached a critical level of support. On Tuesday the price rallied strongly off this, only to retreat again. Today, the market looks like it is once more finding its footing and a rally from here could gain some serious momentum.
Saturday September 20, 2014 | By ShareProphets
Our pals at Palisade Capital, employer of the mining guru Amanda Van Dyke, serve up a weekly podcast with Jordan Roy-Byrne. Since he is a chartist we ignore him normally but his podcast this week looking at gold juniors vs physical gold, both now and back in 2010 and 2011 is fascinating stuff for we gold bugs. As such we are happy to give it a wider airing.
Saturday September 20, 2014 | By Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley
The U.S. Comex gold futures have dropped 0.79% in the past two days to $1,225.90 while the Dollar Index has climbed 0.30% and ended at 84.323 on Thursday. The year-to-date gold futures gain has been reduced to 1.96% from as high as 15% in March. The S&P 500 Index and the Euro Stoxx 50 Index climbed 0.64% and 1.54% in the last two days while the CRB Commodities Index dropped 1.22%.
Wednesday September 17, 2014 | By Top Stock Prophets
The markets in the first half of September have certainly been interesting. After bouncing back 0.41% in August, the U.S. Comex gold futures have tumbled 3.95% to $1,235.70 month-to-date while the Dollar Index has surged 1.6% this month to 84.074 as of 16 September.
Monday September 15, 2014 | By Amanda van Dyke
You know that I am bullish on gold. I explained why the other week HERE. But wait till you hear whet legendary investor Rick Rule – who has called mining stocks correctly – says is going to happen in the next bull market to start soon. The other day my colleagues from Palisade Capital interviewed Rick and he is not holding back.
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