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Historically, Platinum tends to trade higher than gold. Since hitting its deepest discount to the yellow metal in over 30 years, is platinum signalling it's about to correct and it's time to buy?
Investment in precious metals exploded during the last financial crisis. With the economic environment becoming less certain, people are seeking metals again. But if you are looking for the most lucrative returns, which is better: Gold or Silver?
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Global markets had their worst ever start in the first trading days of the year, tension is still in the air as investors continue to pile into gold and silver ETFs suggesting more upside to come
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Gold has seen a rally in its price since the beginning of the year due to market uncertainty. However, with the improving economic situation in the US, this might be coming to an end.
Gold began 2016 on a high note that seems to be continuing with the passing months. The precious metal has been a favorite among those who seek to protect their portfolios from considerable risk.
Gold has been steadily gaining so far in 2016 as the global economy weakens. With further weakness expected and negative interest rates now being employed by more central banks, conditions are setting up for gold to continue to move higher
The price of gold jumped 4.2% yesterday, its biggest one-day gain in almost four years. Gold’s big surge has tripped an important signal… one that suggests gold is headed much higher in the months ahead.
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With global stocks sliding, leverage piling up and conditions deteriorating, 2016 could be a shining year for precious metals...
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The markets continue to digest the Fed's decision whilst the latest Commitment of Traders report indicates an unusual occurance is emerging, which could have dramatic effects on the trend for the precious metal markets
It has been rough for metals over the last few weeks. Most, if not all have experienced back-to-back selling on speculation that a US rate hike is guaranteed. But what if they don't? And regardless, what are metals doing now?
Miner considering either sale of assets or stream, US firm says
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Silver has broken out from a major 3-year declining trendline. Silver has a track record to lead the precious metals complex. Is silver’s break signalling a trend change? Or another false breakout, as witnessed alot over the last years?
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Palladium rallied over 7% this week from multi-year lows and further gains are expected as worsening fallout from Volkswagen's emissions scandal and increase demand from China could push prices higher
Silver’s attraction to investors is abundantly clear when you consider the fact that it is synonymous with money.
Silver has been crushed since 2011, despite increasing demand. It's deeply oversold and more than ready to rally.
Everyone is slamming gold. But you buy when everyone sells. With metals unrealistically priced and record numbers of shorts exposed to a short covering rally, the recent sell off is setting up an extremely interesting buying opportunity.