June 7th, 2014
by Greg Canavan, Daily Reckoning
Whether it's by coincidence or not, we don't know, but gold has been very quiet ever since Deutsche Bank dumped its seat on the London gold fixing panel in late April.
For some time before that regulators were sniffing around the London gold 'fix'...and something didn't smell quite right.
May 28th, 2014
by Greg Guenther, Daily Reckoning
Editor's note: Today gold dropped below $1,260 an ounce (intraday).
If the stock market's recent action is a little too crazy for your liking, maybe it's time for you to revisit gold and gold mining stocks.
Gold's going nowhere fast. In fact, it's boring me to death. Compared to the insane meltdowns in biotech and momentum stocks that have ripped traders to shreds over the past couple months, gold's just standing around in its slippers staring at the birds in the backyard.
May 19th, 2014
Money Morning Article of the Week
by Keith Fitz-Gerald, Money Morning
Gold investing in 2014: With gold trading at roughly $1,300 an ounce, many investors are asking themselves if now is the time to buy gold.
I think that's the wrong question.
What they should be asking themselves is if they can afford not to buy it right now.
May 1st, 2014
by Matt Insley, Daily Reckoning
Chocolate milk isn't my ice-cold beverage of choice. But the "brown milk" holds an important lesson for us in the gold market - as you'll see.
Chocolate milk, however, is my 11-year-old nephew's favorite - and lemme tell you, that boy can put away some chocolate milk!
Recently, we were hanging out drinking our brown milk, and when the taste hit my lips, I instantly teleported through the wormhole to the last time I had a chocolate milk - back in grade school. It's amazing what a once-forgone taste or smell can do to you.