Keith Weiner: Today, people who believe that gold is money think that one should hoard gold. They seek to take possession personally. Or when they have it stored professionally, they look for a private vault outside the banking system where they can (hopefully) trust their warehouse receipt.
Przemyslaw Radomski: We would like to begin today’s essay with a discussion of points from a few e-mails that we received after publishing our previous essay entitled Gold Downside Targets and Manipulative Excuses. Most messages were about the remarkable reliability of the self-similar pattern,
Przemyslaw Radomski: When a roller coaster plunges it’s gut-churning, heart-racing, blood curdling, in a word--petrifying. That’s how precious metals investors must have felt Wednesday when gold plunged more than 5 per cent to hit a low of $1,688.44 ounce, after earlier trading as high a $1,791.49 an
Toby Connor: Will The Market Ever Correct? That seems to be the question that everyone has been asking themselves for two months now. Analysts have been trying to pick a top in this market for weeks. All the while I've been telling, actually begging, people not to sell short. Until the dollar puts in an
Dian L. Chu: U.S. regular gasoline price has spiked almost 4% in one week to $3.688 a gallon as of Feb. 26, the highest level since last September, with residents in three states--Alaska, Hawaii, California-- are already seeing above $4 at the pump, based on AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
Jeff Nielson: The World Gold Council recently released its own report for the gold market for 2011. It noted that while global demand for gold had hit a new all-time high in (nominal) dollar terms, it was merely reaching its highest level in 15 years in terms of tonnages. Hardly the signs of an “over-heated”