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Precious metals: alternative currency thesis called into question

Updated -  Mar 2, 2015 1:20:00 PM


Precious metals are trading lower as I go to press. Despite China becoming the latest central bank to cut interest rates again over the weekend, gold and silver have not found much demand as alternative currencies. In fact, the Aussie dollar has also fallen while the stock markets have failed to move noticeably higher on the back of the PBOC’s move. This suggests that investors may have interpreted the PBOC’s move as a signal that  [...] Continue Reading


Gold lower again after Yellen testimony sparked short-covering

Updated -  Feb 24, 2015 11:40:00 AM


The price of gold fell today to a fresh 7-week low of just above $1190 before bouncing back strongly to trade for a time above $1200. Demand for the safe haven asset was initially already low as virtually everyone was expecting the Eurozone finance ministers to approve the Greek reform proposals for extending its bailout. Indeed, when this was approved the markets barely moved. Then it was over to Janet Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman,  [...] Continue Reading


Gold jumps as $1200 support holds, but where to next?

Updated -  Feb 19, 2015 6:45:00 AM


After a weaker start yesterday gold turned sharply higher to close in the positive territory. The precious metal has since extended its gains to trade around $1220 at the time of this writing. Gold’s rebound at the key $1200 mark should not come as a surprise for our technically-minded readers. We have been banging on about the technical importance of this level for a number of weeks now and fully expected it to drop to  [...] Continue Reading


Gold plunges on increased deflation, reduced Grexit risks

Updated -  Feb 17, 2015 10:30:00 AM


Gold has fallen sharply today following a three-day countertrend move. Clearly, demand for the safe haven asset is simply not there, for if there was it would probably be trading much higher due to the growing concerns over Greece, the advances of the terrorist group IS (now in Libya) and the continued conflicts in Ukraine despite the ceasefire agreement there. If these sort of risks are unable to lend gold support, one would have to  [...] Continue Reading


Gold remains out of favour despite Grexit risks

Updated -  Feb 13, 2015 8:00:00 AM


Since bouncing back in November from a low of around $1131.5 to a high of $1307.5 in January, gold has shed around 50% of those gains in the space of the past few weeks. And despite Thursday’s modest bounce, the precious metal looks set to close lower for a third straight week. Gold has come under pressure from various sources, not least due to the lack of safe haven demand because despite the on-going situations  [...] Continue Reading


GOLD: Bottom Channel Feeding

Updated -  Feb 11, 2015 4:49:06 PM


The world is still waiting for any news out of Europe as the North American trading session hands the baton to Asia which will have a couple of Kiwi and Japanese economic releases this evening.  Due to the waiting game most investors were playing, many markets failed to provide much excitement.  However, once news starts trickling out about how the Eurogroup plans on handling their Greek brethren, the activity most assuredly will pick up. One  [...] Continue Reading


Is gold destined for $1200?

Updated -  Feb 9, 2015 1:10:00 PM


Gold is a touch higher today after getting a hammering on Friday when a stellar US employment report caused the dollar to surge and the buck-denominated asset to have its worst daily performance in over a year. Evidently, the metal has found support today first and foremost from profit-taking – due to the lack of US economic data – and secondly from increased risks of Greece exiting the Eurozone. If risks of the latter  [...] Continue Reading


Precious metals plunge on receding safe haven demand

Updated -  Feb 3, 2015 12:00:00 PM


Gold and silver have turned lower after relinquishing the gains made earlier in the session. The turnaround came as European stocks extended their gains with Germany’s DAX index hitting a fresh all-time high and UK’s FTSE closing in on the key 6900 barrier. Demand for the safe haven assets fell in part because fears receded over Greece where the new anti-austerity government appears to have dropped calls to write-off the country’s debt. Such has  [...] Continue Reading


Gold’s $30 drop: overreaction or sign of things to come?

Updated -  Jan 29, 2015 1:40:00 PM


Today saw gold turn sharply lower, partially in response to a rebounding European stock market. In other words, the safe haven asset has lost out in favour of the riskier stocks. What’s more, the dollar has risen once again today and this has weighed on some buck-denominated commodities, including precious metals and crude oil with WTI dropping to a fresh multi-year low sub-$44 a barrel. Meanwhile as the CFTC reported on Friday, bullish speculation has  [...] Continue Reading


Gold: Ride the Bucking Bull to $1340 Next?

Updated -  Jan 22, 2015 1:40:00 PM


Today’s “larger-than-expected” QE program from the ECB will no doubt influence markets for years to come, but one of the most obvious immediate impacts has been the strength in gold. The yellow metal tends to attract flows as a store of value in times of central bank profligacy, and the ECB’s latest announcement definitely qualifies. Last week, we highlighted a clear inverted Head-and-Shoulders pattern on Gold (see “Could This Bullish Technical Pattern Take Gold above  [...] Continue Reading


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