Gold’s 2013 Retreat Likely to Continue in New Year
Fed tapering and drop in demand from huge Indian market portend lower prices, though demand from China has been strong.
Commodities Outlook: Not So Bright
Analysts say there are very few segments that could see price increases next year.
Recent Gold Price Movements ‘Counterintuitive’
The recent antics in Washington should've been good for business, yet gold slipped amid the chaos and has rallied since a debt deal was announced.
With Shutdown, Fears of a Nightmare on Wall Street
Bob Doll calls the political crisis "noise" that could stop the S&P’s bullish run, while Bank of America refers to a possible "market correction."
Is Silver as ‘Good as Gold?’
An ETF Securities analyst explains his outlook for the precious metal, saying it may add shine to a portfolio.
Time for Silver to Outshine Gold?
Mike McGlone of ETF Securities says there are several reasons the humbler precious metal could be back in favor.
Gold: Glittering Yet Again?
Global gold demand by consumers and investors rose in the second quarter, and prices in mid-August are rising.
What’s Behind Gold’s Sudden Turnaround?
Two new analyses argue for a revival in gold, one based on technical indicators tracing the ‘smart money’ and the other adducing the broad economic factors at work, such as an increasingly dovish Fed.
Gold’s Decline Is International Concern
All that glitters isn’t paying off as it did only a couple of years ago.
Are Diamonds the New Gold?
Tight supply, growing demand, a coming ETF and a new exchange for investment-grade diamonds may add sparkle to a gem that has resisted commoditization.