Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder of The Daily Gold shares his thoughts on the overall market for precious metals. He points to a lack of support in the CoT reports for gold as the price was moving down and broke $1,300. This week’s CoT will be important to watch. We also look at the SIL and SILJ … Continue reading “Comments on Silver Stocks & CoT”
Fed week is exciting for some. Gold bulls and bugs alike hope the Fed will do something or say something that will trigger a huge move in precious metals. It doesn’t work like that. The Fed follows the market, which for the Fed Funds rate (FFR) is the 2-year yield. The 2-year yield … Continue reading “Gold & Gold Stocks Fail at 200-Day Moving Averages”
The 23-page premium update was published and emailed to subscribers early Saturday evening. The update covers our latest thoughts on the sector and immediate targets. We also cover accumulate and strong buy prices for a few of our holdings.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me today to share his thoughts on the drop in gold and silver. We also look at the overall investing and economic environment to determine what factors need to charge for a more sustainable run in the metals. Focusing on the big picture and understanding it takes time for things to truly … Continue reading “Interview: The Dominos That Need to Fall for Gold to Rise”
Post-Fed comments on the sector along with potential targets for Gold, Silver, and the gold stocks. Also, a buy target for one of our recent buys (which saw another insider buy).
The 24-page update was published and emailed to subscribers late Saturday night. The update covers a few companies that we think can add value in 2018-2019. We calculate that both companies should be trading higher in 2019 even with Gold at $1200/oz. We bought one of these companies and it has a chance to be … Continue reading “TheDailyGold Premium Update #573”
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me today to share his thoughts on the similarities we are seeing in the financial markets currently compared to 1999-2001. We discuss the current trend in interest rates, US markets (particularly tech stocks) and overall commodities. Click Here to Learn About TheDailyGold Premium
The fundamental drivers for Gold and the US Dollar are similar and that is why they typically trend together. Negative and/or falling real rates drive Gold and the same drives the greenback though with respect to differentials between the other competing currencies. When real rates are rising or strong in the US that … Continue reading “Stock Market More Important for Gold than US Dollar”
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In the meantime I wanted to share some comments made by Jordan Roy-Byrne which will be featured segment 3. We look at the moves in the USD as well as how gold has performed against foreign currencies. The later finally just broke to a high. Click Here to Subscribe to TheDailyGold Premium