Archive for November, 2012
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Rarer Than Gold And Silver, Why Platinum May Be The Better Investment
Central bank actions around the globe have essentially locked in the long-term trend of devaluation of national currencies while at the same time assuring a long-term bull market in precious metals. Since I have begun analyzing equities and opining on …
Gold As Insurance. Why? How?ETF Daily News (blog)
3 Metals Outshining GoldInsider Monkey (blog)
Bullion's Comex Drop 'A Test of Downside Interest'
Wholesale gold bullion prices rose to $1,725 an ounce Thursday morning, recovering some ground after yesterday's sharp drop during US trading, as stocks, commodities and the euro also gained and US Treasury bond prices fell. Silver climbed to $33.87 an …
Gold Falls Just 1.3% Despite Massive, Odd 3.5 Million Ounce Sell OrdersBusiness Insider
Gold Ends Above $1716 After Fund Selling Triggers RoutCNBC.com
Gold Drops on Deflation Concerns, Flood of Stop-Loss OrdersInvestorplace.com
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Don't Miss This Gold-Buying Signal
More than half of this is held in just one fund — the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSEMKT: GLD ) , with the remainder split among smaller funds such as the iShares Gold Trust (NYSEMKT: IAU ) , Gold Bullion Securities (LSE: GBS ) and ETFS Physical Gold (LSE: PHAU …
Gold Gains on Stalled Fiscal Cliff TalksInvestorplace.com
Gold, Silver Prices Rebound From Fluke Flash CrashInvestor’s Business Daily
A New Breed of Gold ETFs on the Horizon? – ETF News And CommentaryNASDAQ
We are approaching the end of the year where investors are facing a confluence of mixed signals such as tax loss selling, fiscal cliff discussions, the Greek bailout, future Fed actions and Middle Eastern geopolitical turmoil. Short term shakeouts like yesterday’s early morning drop in precious metals should be expected. The precious metals markets appeared to have found support of a massive sell order at the open. We may see more turbulence as investors react to news driven reports emanating from the gridlock in Washington.
Nevertheless, we ignore the daily volatility and stick to the long term technicals and fundamentals which may be signaling that gold, silver, pgm’s, uranium and heavy rare earths may reemerge as sectors where opportunity lies in 2013. Gold, silver and platinum appear to be on the verge of a major breakout as the Fed may be making noises about QE4.
The volatility in the mining equities going into 2013 may provide cheap, bargain basement opportunities for investors who have a long term horizon and want to pick up cheap mining equities backed by gold, silver and/or Platinum Group Metals.
As we head into the end of the year, gold, silver and platinum look like they may be on the verge of a major breakout at $1800 gold, $1725 platinum and $35 silver with silver outperforming. This outperformance by silver and platinum may be signaling a risk on rally which may be precipitated by a fiscal cliff resolution or further accommodative moves by the Federal Reserve to replace Operation Twist with QE4.
The precious metals sector appears to have bottomed this summer ahead of the open ended QE3 announcement. Click here to see where we called the bottom in May. We may be on the verge of another major breakout as the precious metals market may be once again pricing in the next Keynesian move.
Any progress with the fiscal cliff plus an announcement of QE4 in 2013, where the Fed may expand its balance sheet to purchase long term treasuries could spark a hyper inflationary rally.
This could have a dramatic bullish effect on our sectors and this may already be reflected in the rising prices of gold, platinum and silver which is on the verge of a breakout. Silver has been outperforming since August and is on the verge of a 6 month breakout.
Already we are seeing growing demand for precious metals from emerging economies with new Asian ETF’s. In addition, industrial demand for silver and platinum may pick up as China catches up to the U.S. in demand for high tech electronics and automobiles.
Remember when silver topped in April 2011 from a series of margin rate hikes the entire commodity market slumped into an extended decline. A breakout for precious metals could possibly spark an inflationary risk on rally which may be the catalyst for a rotation from the overvalued large caps into undervalued mining equities.
Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Mining Stocks
Every time the metals go down, there is “manipulation” involved. But what about when the metals go up? Why don't people complain about the excessively high gold prices? In my opinion, manipulation is a scapegoat for impatience and poor investment …
November 28, 2012 (Investorideas.com Mining stocks newswire) Many goldbugs like gold as a hedge against Federal Reserve policies and high inflation.
New U.S. Sanctions To End "Turkey's Game Of Gold For Natural Gas"
Last week Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan has revealed a critical detail about a widely discussed Turkey-Iran gold trade boom, disclosing that the Islamic republic was exporting gas to Turkey in exchange for payment in gold bullion. It is …
November 27, 2012 (Investorideas.com Mining stocks newswire) One of the world’s leading experts on industrial chemicals explains the convoluted market for fluorspar, a component of many household products.
November 27, 2012 (Investorideas.com Mining stocks newswire) While news that the eurozone had reached a deal on the next installment of aid for Greece initially pressured the US dollar and lifted gold and the euro a tad, its impact wore off relatively quickly and markets opened with a different tenor this morning.
Mining Stock Breaking News: SilverCrest (TSX.V: SVL) (NYSE MKT: SVLC) Reports Additional La Joya High Grade Intercepts 45.0m of 135.5 gpt Ag, 0.11 gpt Au, 1.14% Cu (240 gpt Ag Eq(i))
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – November 27, 2012 (Investorideas.com Mining Stocks Newswire) SilverCrest Mines Inc. ( TSX.V:SVL ) ( NYSE MKT: SVLC) is pleased to announce the results of an additional 15 holes (LJ DD12-75 to LJ DD12-89) of the Phase II drill program nearing completion at its La Joya Property in Durango, Mexico.
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