On 1 April 2020, I sent out an article:
This precious metal just proved its safe-haven status during the
At the time, gold was trading at $1,450. I predicted (based on a Megaphone Formation) that the price was heading to $1,960.
This was due to the following factors at the time…
• The Fed printed over $2 trillion stimulus package for households and business... ››› more
NewGold exchange traded fund (ETF) tracks the spot price of gold. The ETF has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: NewGold ETF
Short name: NEWGOLD
Sector: JSE listed funds
Five top facts about NewGold ETF
ETFs are passively managed funds, which aim to track the performance of an underlying index or, in this case, the price of a precious me... ››› more
Standard Bank AfricaGold exchange traded fund (ETF) tracks the rand value of gold. The ETF has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Standard Bank AfricaGold ETF
Short name: AfricaGld
Sector: JSE listed funds
Five top facts about Standard Bank AfricaGold ETF
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are funds listed on the stock market, which are pas... ››› more
With the Oscar Pritorius trial dominating the news at the moment, many people haven't noticed that there are some pretty big things happening around the world…
One of these is the fact that the old world super powers are flexing their muscles in a squabble over Crimea.
Simply put, there is a large portion of Russians living in Crimea who want to belong to Russia. But the western world is w... ››› more
Confusion reigns on the gold battlefield.
The gold bulls are calling a bottom in the metal price. John Paulson, hedge fund billionaire and the holder of the biggest share of the world's largest gold ETF is holding onto his gold for a recovery in the metal.
But at the same time, the gold bears are saying the fall isn't over yet. Banking giant, Goldman Sachs and Barclays have gone on record sa... ››› more
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