Senior contributor Dan Dicker explains that oil prices have been supported by the technology enhancements in "unconventional" oil plays, which will continue.
Independent metals trader Matt Hoverman says gold watchers will remain on the sidelines for the March jobs report despite other domestic economic data coming out before then.
Gold prices climb slightly as most investors remain on the sidelines awaiting the March jobs report that will be released on Friday.
BullionVault's gold investor index dipped to 53 in March from 53.5 in February as investor worries about unrest in Crimea calmed by the end of the month.
Gold prices slide on Monday as dovish calls from Fed Chair Janet Yellen don't suggest the central bank will slow tapering of its economic stimulus program.
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Gold drops again as jobless claims report better than anticipated.
Silver prices have lagged gold in 2014, gaining just more than 1%. PureFunds co-founder Andrew Chanin says a real slowdown in China could fuel a rally in silver.
MLV Co.'s Bryan Turley says his focus is mostly in Europe and China, where investors are concerned of a looming slowdown. All eyes, though, remain on the Fed and unemployment.
Philadelphia Fed President Charles Plosser sat down for an interview with TheStreet to explain his latest policy views following the March policy-making meeting.