GOLD RUSH: WILL THE RALLY CONTINUE?

Gold has enjoyed a meteoric rise this year, hitting a record in early August on the back of a weak dollar and continued Federal Reserve support. Negative U.S. real rates have stabilized and started to move higher in August, with gold moving lower as a result. The impact of real rates and the dollar are […]

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Gold ETF wrap up best run in a decade

Last month’s Fed announcement suggesting rates may remain near zero for the foreseeable future, coupled with real rates in most developed countries hovering at negatives, extends an environment where the opportunity cost of gold can remain low for investors. At the same time as economic and geopolitical indicators continue to paint a picture of uncertainty, […]

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Four charts which conveys gold bull run is far from over

Precious metals markets got clobbered last week as gold and silver broke down from their high-level consolidations.  Gold prices fell below the $1900 level; meanwhile, silver plummeted below $24 an ounce and traded as low as $22. Strength in the U.S. Dollar Index seemed to be the catalyst that got the selling going.  Once key technical levels got […]

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Gold looking for guidance from Central bank policy meeting amid 50 Days left for US elections

Gold Price has taken up a holding position in the $1900s after setting a mark just above $2000 an ounce in August, and this week’s Federal Reserve meeting will continue to affect the next step of the haven. The two-day meeting — with the statement and Jerome Powell’s Wednesday press conference — It just comes […]

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Sentiments remain bullish for Gold

Last month, gold crossed $2,000 for the first time in history on the back of greater geopolitical tensions and a weaker dollar. It hit an all-time high of $2,063.68 on August 6. But the rally has slowed down over the last month. Gold price closed at its lowest level in almost a week on Thursday at $1930.30. The precious […]

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Long term drivers remain intact for gold

GOLD turned quite bearish over past few days , as the USD surged higher, after losing a lot of ground in the previous weeks. There was not much change in the market sentiment, so the move didn’t come from Gold, but from the USD, since the Buck made some strong gains against all other instruments. Gold […]

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Overall picture remains positive for gold

The gold bull market started all the way back in 1999-2001, when gold was $250. Gold then peaked at $1,920 in 2011, after which it pulled back by 45%, before climbing up and hitting new record highs this year So far, in 2020, gold has registered an increase of 27 per cent in its prices. […]

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Important week for gold

Now that gold has crossed the $2000 mark, investors are expecting it to head towards $3000. Gold is in high demand by investors and this is keeping the rally alive in gold. Even though gold was pulled down around 2% on Friday, the macro economic factors have still managed to push gold prices higher. Global […]

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AFter $2000 can we expcted $300

We have been bullish on gold since quite some time, and the case for investing in gold has not been this compelling in years. Gold prices have fresh highs recently, surpassing the previous high set in September 2011, and current price trends suggest a longer, sustained rally in gold, similar to the 2001-2008 secular rally. Gold […]

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The situation can’t get more supportive for gold

Well to begin with, my last blog has justified its title- Will gold cross its life time high? Yes, it did and how. It managed to breach $1917 and create fresh highs at $1955 on Thursday. Amid profit taking and as investors’ appetite for riskier assets improved after the Federal Reserve pledged to use all […]

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