Category Archives: Gold and Silver Market

Here we cover the basics of the gold and silver markets. But also the not so basic as well. Such as physical versus paper markets, and how war affects the gold and silver price.

Plus our yearly reviews and prognostications for the precious metals markets.

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WHAT DOES GOLD SPOT PRICE OR SILVER SPOT PRICE MEAN?

What Does Gold Spot Price (Or Silver Spot Price) Mean?

Learn about spot prices, gold and silver futures, retail prices and how they are all set.

How Might War With North Korea Affect the Gold and Silver Price?

How Might War With North Korea Affect the Gold and Silver Price?

Does war cause gold and silver to rise? See what has happen during previous wars and what a war with the likes of North Korea could mean for gold and silver.

Why Does Gold Demand Remain Strong in the East?

Why Does Gold Demand Remain Strong in the East?

Historically gold has been popular in the eastern hemisphere. See why the likes of China and Russia have been buying and what this might mean for us in the future.

Latest Articles

New Silver Bull Coming

There are a number of solid indicators that often indicate silver is in a bullish set up. These include very high gold to silver ratio, extreme speculative short position levels and extremely low speculative long position levels in the silver futures market. When any one of these are in play they give strong buy signals. […]

Latest on the COMEX Silver CoT Report

In last weeks newsletter we explained “What is COT’s?” Here is the latest on the positioning of silver futures traders and what it might mean for the silver price. As the author states “the CoT is often a lagging indicator of future trend”. So the numbers detailed below may not mean a jump in silver […]

Bad ‘Karma’ Brings Bad Consequences for Those Who Practice It

See why Hugo Salinas Price believes the looming trade tariffs planned by Trump will likely encourage the return of gold to central bank reserves worldwide…   Bad ‘Karma’ Brings Bad Consequences for Those Who Practice It By Hugo Salinas Price – First published at plata.com.mx/ There is a lot of commentary going around the world, regarding […]

Bullish Indicator: Large Silver Speculators First Net Short Position in Memory

Sorry we can’t stop publishing posts outlining why silver is likely such a good buy currently. In recent weeks we’ve had, Silver: Black Swans, 2018 and Beyond and Why Silver May Not Be “Off the Radar” For Much Longer. We have another post this week from technical analyst Clive Maund. He takes a close look […]

Silver: Black Swans, 2018 and Beyond

Here’s an excellent summary of what could be in store for silver in 2018 and into the following few years. Including a look back at past silver cycles and what that might mean for the next cycle. What some objections to this outcome might be. Plus what some possible “black swan” events could do to […]

Why Gold Could Go “Hyperbolic” in This New Bull Market For Gold

Doug Casey makes some fairly bold claims in this interview such as how by the end of 2018 “gold will hit $2,000” in this new bull market for gold. We too believe gold could make some good gains this year, even if US$2000 seems a long way off yet. One thing we do agree on […]

What’s “Changing”: Interbank Lending, Interest Rates and Inflation?

We sometimes find Bill Holter’s work at JSmineset.com a bit over the top. However this article gives a good summary of the implications of changes in interbank lending, rising interest rates, inflation and velocity of money. It also ties in nicely with an article we published earlier on the same topics: Gold: The Ultimate Iron Lady […]

Gold: The Ultimate Iron Lady

In late 2017 we reported: Here’s How Inflation Could Surprise Everyone.  Just lately we are starting to see a few more warnings of a possible rise in inflation. Zerohedge recently published a great post on how the velocity of money may be bottoming out. Monetary velocity is a key factor in rising inflation levels. Stewart Thomson […]

The Russian Central Bank and the New Golden Rule

At the end of January we reported the following: “Russian gold reserves hit historic high, stockpiling record 223 tons last year. Meanwhile the “Central Bank of Russia (CBR) added 300,000 ounces (9.3 tons) of gold to its reserves in December, bringing the total yearly holdings to a record 1,838.211 tons, worth over $76 billion in […]

If Precious Metals Prices Are Manipulated, Why Does the Price Rise at All?

We’ve written many times about the likely manipulation in precious metals markets. Sharing plenty of content from the tireless people at GATA over the years, such as their secretary Chris Powell. The idea of price management in the gold and silver markets was seen as tinfoil hat territory just a few years ago. Today with […]