What is the true demand for gold? How much is really available in any given year? Does supply and demand really determine the price of gold anymore? The Gold Report called Sprott and John Gravelle, global and Canadian mining leader for PwC, which produced the report for the World Gold Council, to find out.
It is unfathomable how low the precious metals markets are by any measure. Technically, the market could still go lower, but does this change the likelihood that investors have now been presented with what seems to be the precious metal buying opportunity of perhaps multiple lifetimes?
Naked shorting of silver is not really the issue, as silver analyst, Ted Butler has been pointing out for decades, it is more about the extreme concentration of short silver positions and less about the big players being caught red-handed sending blatant signals of market price fixing collusion.
The recent drop in gold prices is a confirmation, or a revelation, to investors of the battle between the physical and paper gold markets. Here, Brien Lundin predicts the timing of a handoff from Asian physical demand to Western speculative demand.
Share prices have tumbled down for many rare earth element miners, while the quality of certain companies has dramatically improved. Is now the right time for investors to strengthen their positions in the space or to turn and run?
Investing in silver is a great way to make money, especially if you are looking to secure your future or your retirement. But of course, just like any type of investing, there are no guarantees. Here are some tips.