March 19, 2018
Gold prices tick higher ahead of Federal Reserve meeting. Stocks tumble as Facebook leads tech sell-off. Gold last traded at $1,317 an ounce. Silver at $16.32 an ounce.
5 Concrete Reasons Why Smart Investors Own Gold - Modest Money--3.19.18
Owning gold didn't become a common thing until the housing bubble crushed the stock market. However, smart investors has always held gold in their portfolios for a number of reasons.
This $8.8 Billion Fund Sees Financial Stress Spurring a Gold Rally - Bloomberg--3.16.18
Rising interest rates are feeding signs of financial stress among debt-laden consumers which is helping drive demand for metals as a safe haven, according to Sprott Inc.
The Many Uses Of Gold - Seeking Alpha--3.15.18
Gold is both an essential part of a portfolio and a popular gift in the form of jewelry. Gold is a Love Trade and popular from the beginning of the Indian wedding seasons until the Chinese New Year. Gold is also Fear Trade when investors fear currency devaluation or inflation.
Are We Going to $1,120 or $1,510? No Matter What, Own Some Gold!- FX Street--3.15.18
In the short term, gold may struggle, but experts predict that the fundamental factors will ultimately be positive for gold in 2018.
Forget Bitcoin And Cryptos, Gold Is The Ultimate Global Currency – Glint Pay - Kitco--3.14.18
While most companies are looking to create the latest digital currency, one company is looking for the ultimate global currency. Fintech start-up Glint Pay has monetized gold for the 21st century.
Gold 'loves any turbulence' as metal rises following Tillerson's exit - CNBC--3.13.18
Gold prices traded higher after news that Rex Tillerson will no longer be Secretary of State within the Trump administration. His position was filled by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
How Will Gold Prices Behave During The Next Economic Crisis?- Zero Hedge--3.13.18
Precious metals, especially gold, tend to be the go-to investment during times of uncertainty. Over the years, gold has remained one of the most effective investment performers for years.
Opinion: Here’s the ideal amount of gold to keep in your investment portfolio- Market Watch--3.12.18
Gold should have performed a lot better over the past two years. But gold still remains as a good inflation hedge over extremely long periods, according to experts.
At this pivotal moment for the aging bull market, some smart investors are turning to value stocks and gold - CNBC--3.12.18
Smart analysts and traders what advice they would give average investors and one expert says that cash and gold are the way to survive any market turmoil.
Rising Asian Demand Is Just What Gold Needs - Seeking Alpha--3.8.18
Despite gold's recent pull-back, the yellow metal still shows promise in the intermediate term. Gold is also expected to get a boost from increasing demand Asia, particularly in China.
Gold's Near-Term Prospects Are Looking Up Again- Seeking Alpha--3.7.18
Gold prices are showing signs of strength rising more than 1 percent on Tuesday. Gold prices jumped on a weaker U.S. dollar after news hit that North and South Korea would hold their first summit in more than 10 years.
8 Reasons Your Investment Portfolio Needs Crisis Insurance - The Market Oracle-- 3.6.18
On February 5th, the stock market declined 1,600 points, its greatest point drop in history. This is one reasons why all portfolios need crisis insurance as market risks continue to mount.
Gold, Silver Gain On Declining Dollar, Bargain-Basement Buying - Kitco--3.6.18
Gold prices ended the day solidly higher on Tuesday on a weaker U.S. dollar and bargain hunting. An uptick in investor risk appetite today did not end up negatively impacting gold and silver prices.
Why Gold Bulls Should Prevail This Spring - Seeking Alpha--3.6.18
Gold bulls may not be in control yet, but the odds favor them this spring. President Trump's proposal to raise tariffs sparked some safe-haven buying interest as traders fear the possibility of a global trade war.
The Gold Bugs Will Soon Be Vindicated - Seeking Alpha--3.5.18
As inflation rises, and eventually breaks through 4%, it will be the end game for the dollar. When this happens, gold will "go ballistic," reminiscent of the 1978-1980 bull market.