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Gold is Rallying, is Silver Next?

Gold is Rallying, is Silver Next?

The Gold Enthusiast June 26, 2020 Comments Off on Gold is Rallying, is Silver Next?

It’s been a weak start to the month of June for silver (SLV) as the metal is lagging gold by 600 basis points, down just over 5% thus far. This continued underperformance is likely what has

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Bank of America Backs Gold for All-Time High This Year as Precious Metal Surges

Bank of America Backs Gold for All-Time High This Year as Precious Metal Surges

The Gold Enthusiast June 25, 2020 Comments Off on Bank of America Backs Gold for All-Time High This Year as Precious Metal Surges

Gold has continued to rise of late as a resurgence of coronavirus cases, particularly in the U.S., has dented some of the investor optimism about the speed of a post-pandemic recovery. Spot gold edged up

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Gold Nears 8-year High as Coronavirus Cases Jump

Gold Nears 8-year High as Coronavirus Cases Jump

The Gold Enthusiast June 24, 2020 Comments Off on Gold Nears 8-year High as Coronavirus Cases Jump

Gold surged to its highest in nearly eight years on Wednesday as rising coronavirus cases globally dented hopes of a rapid economic recovery and pushed investors towards safe haven assets. Spot gold prices climbed

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This Silver Stock Could Test New Highs Soon

This Silver Stock Could Test New Highs Soon

The Gold Enthusiast June 23, 2020 Comments Off on This Silver Stock Could Test New Highs Soon

Silver prices have been on a roll in June, and are headed for their second-straight week of gains. However, those gains have not necessarily translated to success for commodities issue Pan American Silver Corp. (NASDAQ:PAAS),

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Gold on Track for Highest Close Since 2012

Gold on Track for Highest Close Since 2012

The Gold Enthusiast June 22, 2020 Comments Off on Gold on Track for Highest Close Since 2012

Building on Friday’s momentum, gold prices are starting the week on a strong note and are pushing back to within striking distance of critical resistance at $1,800 an ounce

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Goldman Sachs Hikes 12-Month Gold-Price Forecast

Goldman Sachs Hikes 12-Month Gold-Price Forecast

The Gold Enthusiast June 19, 2020 Comments Off on Goldman Sachs Hikes 12-Month Gold-Price Forecast

Goldman Sachs hiked its gold forecast Friday, calling for the metal to hit $2,000 an ounce in a year due low real interest rates, a weaker U.S. dollar and investor worries about currency debasement in the

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World’s Ultra-Wealthy Go for Gold Amid Stimulus Bonanza

World’s Ultra-Wealthy Go for Gold Amid Stimulus Bonanza

The Gold Enthusiast June 18, 2020 Comments Off on World’s Ultra-Wealthy Go for Gold Amid Stimulus Bonanza

As stock markets roar back from the coronavirus-led rout, advisers to the world’s wealthy are urging them to hold more gold, questioning the strength of the rally and the long-term impact of global central

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Which Country is the Largest Official-Sector Gold Buyer in 2020?

Which Country is the Largest Official-Sector Gold Buyer in 2020?

The Gold Enthusiast June 17, 2020 Comments Off on Which Country is the Largest Official-Sector Gold Buyer in 2020?

This country’s central bank has become the world’s biggest official-sector buyer of gold, said Commerzbank. Analysts cited data from the International Monetary Fund showing that the Turkish central bank upped its gold reserves by

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2 Small-Cap Gold Miners To Buy On Dips

2 Small-Cap Gold Miners To Buy On Dips

The Gold Enthusiast June 16, 2020 Comments Off on 2 Small-Cap Gold Miners To Buy On Dips

It’s been a tough start to the month of June for investors parked in the mining sector, as the group was beaten to a pulp, despite a gold price that has barely flinched. Unfortunately,

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Why are Gold Prices Tumbling 1.5% Today?

Why are Gold Prices Tumbling 1.5% Today?

The Gold Enthusiast June 15, 2020 Comments Off on Why are Gold Prices Tumbling 1.5% Today?

Gold futures headed sharply lower on Monday, failing to derive support from a weaker U.S. dollar or a selloff that was taking shape in global markets to start a week that appears rattled by

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