Precious Metals Trading Shifts as Exchange-Listed Futures Absorb Market Share

Precious Metals Trading Shifts as Exchange-Listed Futures Absorb Market Share

Market liquidity is largely responsible for the shift from OTC contracts, according to a CPM study.

Why Silver Will Be a Better Bet Than Gold if the Precious Metals Rally Continues

Why Silver Will Be a Better Bet Than Gold if the Precious Metals Rally Continues

The white metal is far more volatile and that can be used as an advantage by savvy investors.

Despite Disdain for Bitcoin, Peter Schiff Is Open to Embracing Libra

Despite Disdain for Bitcoin, Peter Schiff Is Open to Embracing Libra

The social-media backed digital coin has an edge over the largest cryptocurrency.

Inflation and Monetary Policy Mistakes Will Push Gold to $5,000

Inflation and Monetary Policy Mistakes Will Push Gold to $5,000

Long-term, gold will benefit from tailwinds caused by government policy failures.

Speculators Could Be 'Too Short' Natural Gas Futures: Reversal on the Way?

Speculators Could Be 'Too Short' Natural Gas Futures: Reversal on the Way?

Prices are approaching multi-year lows at a time in which the number of bearish market participants is at a multi-year high.

Get Ready For $2,000 Gold

Get Ready For $2,000 Gold

Long-term, gold has several hundred dollars more to climb.

The Key To Miners' Stellar Performance

The Key To Miners' Stellar Performance

Miners have had a great run in 2019, here's why.

Striking Options: Geopolitical Tensions and Eyes on the Fed

Striking Options: Geopolitical Tensions and Eyes on the Fed

As geopolitical tensions mount in the Mideast, oil markets remain muted. What's changed?

Blackstone Mulls Sale of Cheniere Energy Partners Stake - Report

Blackstone Mulls Sale of Cheniere Energy Partners Stake - Report

At Feb. 20, the private-equity firm held a 58% stake in Cheniere Energy Partners.

Why Copper Is a Trade War Indicator

Why Copper Is a Trade War Indicator

The traditional measure of copper as an economic barometer still holds true for China, which consumed four times more copper than the United States in 2017.