This may cause you to doubt yourself – but don’t let it

This may cause you to doubt yourself – but don’t let it

BY Shae Russell POSTED July 03, 2018

The sudden fall in the gold price has left most analysts scratching their heads. Six weeks ago, the yellow metal was trading at US$1,325 per ounce. And last night, it dipped down to US$1,240. That’s an US$85 fall, or a cool 6.4% down.

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Why the Commodity Bull Looks Likely to Charge

Why the Commodity Bull Looks Likely to Charge

BY Callum Newman POSTED June 25, 2018

Whoosh! There’s no other way to describe the move in oil since last week. The US contract for August delivery rose 4.6%. It’s the biggest one-day gain[...]

Will the Fall in the Gold Price Last?

Will the Fall in the Gold Price Last?

BY Shae Russell POSTED June 19, 2018

The final trading day of last week turned out to be more interesting than originally thought. Of course, it all unfolded while Australians were sleeping.[...]

A Huge Buy Signal for This Forgotten Metal

A Huge Buy Signal for This Forgotten Metal

BY Shae Russell POSTED May 29, 2018

Silver Thursday. Those two words mean almost nothing to the market these days. Yet 27 March 1980 remains the greatest price crash the physical silver bullion market[...]