Silver Dollar Values Prices Soar, Jim Rogers: Overdue Correction To Hit Gold - Gold Prices
"Gold on any kind of historic market basis is past due for a good correction," investment author and commodities-fund manager Jim Rogers informed reporters over night. It's possible gold's correction is going to continue for a while longer."
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PRLog (Press Release) - Dec. 21, 2012 - Costs to purchase gold with Dollars rallied from their most affordable levels since late August on Wednesday morning in London, recovering 0.7 % from the other day's drop to $ 1662 per ounce.
The drop came as Greece was upgraded Tuesday by the S&P scores firm from "discerning default" to "junk" condition, following payment of the most recent EUR34.3 billion in brand-new loans from Greece's Eurozone partners. Versus the Dollar, the Euro jumped to its greatest level since May. The gold cost for Eurozone traders sank to EUR1255 per ounce - a 6-month reduced almost 10 % below October's new record high.
"Gold on any kind of historic market basis is past due for a good correction," investment author and commodities-fund manager Jim Rogers informed reporters over night. "It's been dealing with for 15-16 months now, which is regular in my view. It's possible that gold's correction is going to continue for a while longer."
Tuesday saw a switch from January to February agreements in a great deal of short (i.e., bearish) wagers on the gold cost held by leveraged speculators in the US derivatives market. Holdings at physically-backed gold count on funds traded on the stock exchange increased to new all-time records, according to reports.
Users of BullionVault also transferred to get the drop in rates, with previously quiet trade expanding strong as gold fell Tuesday. "Good support is seen at $ 1672.50 and then $ 1661.64," states Commerzbank's Axel Rudolph in Frankfurt in his regular chart analysis.
"Failure at those levels would push the June high at $ 1641.01 back to the fore and neutralize our bullish outlook.
Silver rates meantime bounced off a 6-week low at $ 31.40 per ounce Wednesday morning, as world stock exchange reached 17-month highs on Reuters' information.
Long-dated United States bonds additionally ticked higher, prodding 30-year Treasury returns back below 3.00 % per year. United States Republican speaker Boehner meantime referred to a "Plan B" for $ 1-million earners in the ongoing argument over 2013's looming financial high cliff.
A blog on The Economist internet site states Democrat president Obama has actually accepted switch over the Consumer Price Inflation index tracked by Social Security payments to a lesser measure, resulting in slower benefit rises.
Over in Japan, a small but growing number of pension funds are buying gold as a hedge against zero-bond yields and the long-term decline in equities, says a report in today's Wall Street Journal. "By branching out currencies, we aim to decrease dangers connected with them," estimates Yoshi Kiguchi, primary investment officer at Okayama Metal & Machinery Pension Fund. It began acquiring gold this March on behalf of the 260 small and mid-sized company pension plans it runs.