10:37AM | By Austin Kiddle
A weaker dollar and more signs of rising Chinese gold demand ahead of the lunar Chinese New Year have helped to boost the gold prices, given the large amount of shorts in the market.
Dec 10 | By Matt Machaj
Some form of “tapering” may happen even though the Fed shall stay “easy like the Sunday morning” in its approach to money printing. What will that mean for gold?
Dec 10 | By J.W. Jones, Chris Vermeulen
Throughout most of 2013, gold futures have been under major selling pressure. But, strong fundamentals persist for the yellow metals. Here's how to use options to position yourself for higher gold prices.
Dec 10 | By The Gold Report
Mining stocks may have moved from a bear market to a place where they are becoming contrarian plays, says Mike Niehuser opening opportunities for value investing.
Dec 10 | By Jeffrey Lewis
It appears that the enlightened investor is now more likely to use Bitcoin to diversify their portfolio rather than physical precious metals held in their possession. Recent price performance and sentiment have all but wiped precious metals off the map.
Dec 10 | By Adrian Ash
The price of gold rose to touch $1,250 per ounce for the first time in seven sessions Tuesday morning, as major government bonds also rose after comments from U.S. Fed officials on the odds of reducing their monetary stimulus at next week's policy meeting.
Dec 10 | By Mark O'Byrne
Bail-ins are likely to happen at banks that are close to failure in countries that have adopted the FSB bail-in conventions and or do not have financial resources to bail-out their banks. Thus, deposits in failing banks in G20 nations may be subject to bail-ins.
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