The resurrection of a classic study of gold's relationship with prices – the Golden Constant – originally scribed by Roy Jastram comes at a pertinent juncture not only in monetary histor...
Gold peaked when the Fed decided not to taper its bond purchases and now the bears are in control, says Eric Zuccarelli, Independent Trader.
Gold investors are cheering the Fed's decision not to taper and Christopher Blasi, President of Neptune Global Holdings, expects the good times to last for years.
Gold miners once left for dead are finally rallying despite higher interest rates, says Philip Streible, Sr. Commodities Broker at RJO Futures.
Talk of the Fed tapering its bond purchases in September is baked into gold's price, says Mike McGlone, Dir. of Research at ETF Securities.
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