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Video: Stock Market & Bond Yields to Pressure Gold, Silver

Last week the S&P 500 closed at a nine-month high. Bond yields rebounded from support. A stronger stock market and higher bond yields means Fed rate cuts are pushed out farther into the future. That puts pressure on Gold and Silver. Click Here to Learn About TheDailyGold Premium

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Gold & Silver Correction Before Macro Catalyst

Bank failures coupled with the anticipation of the Fed pivot pushed Gold to new monthly and quarterly highs, but the breakout move through $2,100/oz has remained elusive.    Multiple failures around $2050/oz and a rebound in the Dollar and bond yields are sending precious metals lower.   Moreover, a small breakout in the stock market … Continue reading

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Interview: Macro Lull & Precious Metals Support Levels

Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder and Editor of The Daily Gold, joins us to share the support levels he is watching for in gold, silver, and the precious metal mining stocks, as the sector continues to correct. Stepping back to the larger the longer-term setup, the PM sector is still looking constructive to break out to higher … Continue reading

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Gold Miners Follow This, Not Gold

In a short-term and cyclical sense, gold miners and junior gold stocks follow the Gold price. However, beyond the short-term, gold miners follow the “real” price of Gold because it is a better indicator of long-term gold miner profitability than the nominal Gold price.   By the “real” price of Gold, we are talking … Continue reading

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Interview: Types of Companies That Provide Best Leverage

Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder and Editor of The Daily Gold joins us to share the precious metal stocks he is focused on in this flat metals price environment. We all understand how boring these stocks and broad markets have been but if the major breakout in gold happens, that Jordan is expecting, then there are certain … Continue reading

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Video: No One Cares about Gold

In this video we take a look at some sentiment indicators that reveal that bullish sentiment in Gold is below where it should be. In particular the number of stories on Gold is much closer to lows than the highs of 2020 & 2022. Also, ETF holdings in Gold and Silver remain around the October … Continue reading

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