Why the U.S. is Letting China Accumulate Gold

May 6th, 2015
in gold

by James Rickards, Daily Reckoning

A lot of people think about gold as a percentage of a country's total reserves. They are surprised to learn that the United States has 70 percent of its reserves in gold. Meanwhile, China only has about 1 percent of its reserves in gold. People look at that and think that's an imbalance. But those are not very meaningful figures in my view.

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What's Up with Gold in the Days Ahead

April 29th, 2015
in gold

by Cliff Wachtel, FX Globe

Gold traders got surprise as gold and silver both spiked Monday. Here's how to trade gold in the coming days. A quick guide for intraday and short term gold traders.

Gold and Silver are back in focus after a sharp, unexpected, rally midday GMT Monday.

  • From an intraday low of ~ $1178 Gold spiked $26 or 2.2% to ~$1204.
  • As usual, silver moved faster, up 4.9% from its intraday low.

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Short-Term Gold Trade Opportunity

April 15th, 2015
in gold

by Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks

Gold has a scary habit of pulling out of its all-too-frequent kamikaze dives just before splattering on the deck, technically speaking. If, for one, yesterday's selloff had exceeded 1187.20 to the downside, we might have expected it to continue to at least 1175.60. Instead, bulls showed up in a nick of time, turning the futures higher from 1188.30. The result was an impulsive rally on the hourly chart that has kept alive the large, bullish pattern shown. It projects to as high as 1227.50 over the near term, with only a single significant impediment between here and there: a midpoint resistance at 1205.50.

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The Current Price of Silver Is Climbing but Still Highly Volatile

April 8th, 2015
in gold

 

by Jim Bach, Money Morning

The current price of silver is on the upswing. At $17.145 an ounce - the current price of silver as of 8:45 a.m. EDT - the white metal is up 9.3% on the year and 3.5% on the month.

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Why the U.S. is Letting China Accumulate Gold

March 26th, 2015
in gold

by James Rickards, Daily Reckoning

A lot of people think about gold as a percentage of a country's total reserves. They are surprised to learn that the United States has 70 percent of its reserves in gold. Meanwhile, China only has about 1 percent of its reserves in gold. People look at that and think that's an imbalance. But those are not very meaningful figures in my view.

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