The GDX long term chart shows what looks like an emerging tradable low.
The Fed’s latest action virtually guarantees a continued bull market for the precious metals and other asset groups.
Gold’s sluggish performance can be attributed in part to lack of demand from India, traditionally the largest buyer of gold on the planet.
We believe that Gold and the gold stocks are primed to head higher in the coming weeks. A close above $1,625 could confirm the bottom.
Hardly anyone sees the brick wall the entire western world is headed for at breakneck speeds. No one saves or prepares for what is about to happen.
A price oscillator for gold, which measures how “overbought” or “oversold” the gold price is, registered its first “oversold” reading since the bottom of the credit crisis in late 2008.
Speculators should look for stink bid opportunities to buy favoured gold stocks at ludicrously low prices if a seller needs to get out in an illiquid market.
Using over 70 charts, U.S. Global CEO explains why trying to stop a bull market can be a risky investment strategy
Many of them trade at 12 times earnings or less – a big discount to the S&P 500's earnings multiple
Two stocks we like focus on high-quality ore deposits that will be economic at prices substantially below current spot prices