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Gold & Silver Prices Will Surge On Fundamentals Not Technical Analysis – Steve St. Angelo | Sprott Money

You can find many of Steve’s articles on many noteworthy sites. Visit Steve at https://srsroccoreport.com. By Steve St. Angelo | Sprott Money Don’t be confused. Gold and silver prices will skyrocket in the future based on the fundamentals, not technical analysis. Not only will fundamentals be the important factor in …

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What happens to gold after the Fed?

By Jenny Cosgrave |CNBC The last time the Federal Reserve hinted that it could start to tightening monetary policy, investors followed by dumping physically backed gold at a record pace. As investors prepare for what is likely to be the first Fed rate rise since June 2006 on Wednesday, the …

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Gold Down as Traders Await Fed Rate Decision

By Tatyana Shumsky | The Wall Street Journal Gold prices pulled lower Tuesday as some investors shed gold ahead of the Federal Reserve’s upcoming decision on U.S. interest rates. The most actively traded gold-futures contract, for February delivery, fell $1.80, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,061.60 a troy ounce on …

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Thirty Years of Zero Price Discovery in Silver

By Jeff Nielson | Sprott Money A recent commentary presented readers with a shocking reality for which there was finally unequivocal data: there has been a supply deficit in the silver market for roughly thirty consecutive years. Such a deficit is unprecedented in the history of human commerce. Indeed, in …

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Precious Metals and Interest Rates Remain Tied

By Meera Shawn | Market Realist                                                              Part 1 of 6 No cash flows for precious metals There are several price determinants for precious metals, including inflation, economic stability, the US dollar, equity markets, and many more. Among these determinants, interest rates remain crucial in deciding price changes in precious metals. Gold is …

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The Fed Awakens

After years of waiting, it’s finally here. No, not the new “Star Wars” movie: Fed week. Barring a shock, the Federal Reserve will raise U.S. interest rates on Wednesday for the first time since June 2006, a full year before the global financial crisis began. Data releases will meanwhile give …

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