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The precious metal started out the year at $31, and ended at $19.50, continuing an overall slump dating back roughly to mid-2011. That, however, obscures a massive run, like gold, that silver embarked on in 2001 when it was near $4, eventually
How much money did you make from gold's spectacular run from under $500 a decade ago to more than $1,900 two years ago? How much did you lose from the 38 percent collapse since its September 2011 peak? Last year was the first time this century that
When used properly, the metal is a potentially valuable tool in an investment arsenal. There are times when it makes for a profitable part of a portfolio, as in the 2000s. There are periods when it is a speculative and dangerous trade -- such as the
Gold has been one of the most hated commodities in the world since it peaked in September 2011 at $1923.70 an ounce. At that time, the precious metal was upgraded by J.P. Morgan Chase to $2500 an ounce. As many of you already know, when a major
the world's largest holder of paper gold securities, was the least popular ETF in the third quarter, bleeding $2.55 billion of assets in the period. Gold Trust, which bled $2.55 billion in assets, continued the report. BLK), saw far less activity in
Part of the recent move up in gold prices to more than $1,400 an ounce and the uptick in gold stocks is a response to the crisis in Syria. However, there is a lot more occurring just beneath the surface than geopolitics. But investors would never get
U.S. started the morning gaining back some of Friday's late-day losses despite weakness in world markets. Europe played a little downside catch-up last night and Japan is down another 3.7%, making it almost a 20% correction off highs for the Nikkei.
These moves are happening on a day when the market is basically flat...The reason is: During the immediate post-crisis era, gold and Apple were huge outperformers, that were uncorrelated to the day-to-day "risk on, risk off" regime that was
There are a lot of moving parts to the gold story so let's start with the biggest takeaway: Gold prices are facing only a temporary setback...Federal Reserve and other central banks begin to wind down quantitative easing and, more importantly, begin
fix was USD 1,629.25, EUR 1,221.42 and GBP 1,052.01 per ounce. Yesterday's AM fix was USD 1,644.00, EUR 1,233.22 and GBP 1,060.37 per ounce...Platinum is trading at $1,692.50/oz, palladium at $759.00/oz and rhodium at $1,225/oz.