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Julian Phillips discusses recent moves in the price of gold in context of high frequency trading.
Thomson Reuters GFMS has just released its latest Gold Survey and it does not make for pleasant reading for gold investors with the average gold price for the year put at only $1,225.
While mainstream (bank) analysts are mostly bearish on gold, there are many others who reckon gold will hit $1400 or more this year as seen in a CNBC survey.
‘How shall I rig thee – let me count the ways’. Grant Williams expounds on market manipulation and the apparent disinterest of regulators and mainstream media to even contemplate that it exists.
Goldman Sachs analysts say gold will resume a decline as U.S. economic growth accelerates, reiterating their forecast of $1,050 an ounce.
New Ukrainian tensions have seen the gold price rise in trading today as the West remains nervous about further escalation and the possible imposition of more rigorous economic sanctions.
The major bank analysts whose gold and silver price predictions have an undue influence on metal prices may have a hidden agenda.
Western citizenry is hugely outnumbered by a rapidly growing Eastern middle class with gold purchasing aspirations which has to be having a strong cumulative effect on the long term gold price.
During 2013, gold did not have the word "support" in its lexicon. This year it has been remarkably resilient so far and is poised for even better things says Mark Mead Baillie
The big, bull-market picture. Gold juniors with cash and good projects are trading at tiny fractions of their worth. But not for long. Interview with The Gold Report
In his latest update, Julian Phillips delves into the meaning of the Shanghai gold discount and argues another metric shows real demand these days.
Despite big gains in gold stocks, insiders are still 2.5 times more likely to be buyers than sellers - Ted Dixon in a Gold Report interview.
Former U.S. Treasury Under Secretary, Paul Craig Roberts, asserts that the Fed and its banker allies do indeed manipulate the gold price to their own ends and describes how this is achieved.
An examination of recent technical, political and economic factors affecting the gold price and its future.
When the gold forward offered rate (GOFO) turns negative gold usually rises – Koos Jansen explains what GOFO is and its impact on the gold price.
This morning in precious metals - some support for gold in Federal Reserve banker comments.
“To get back to its historical average, either the Dow is going to have to drop significantly or gold will have to skyrocket. I believe it will be a combination of both.”
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