Normally, when I write about gold it's because I expect the price to rally to new highs. This is because gold has been on a continuous rally since October 2018.
And four out of five times, since September 2018, my Red Hot Storm Traders have closed four winners out of five gold related trades banking them gains of over 154% accumulated gains.
Today is different.
You see, for the firs... ››› more
This may come as a surprise, but in the 12-months before the US Federal Reserve (Fed) starts to raise interest rates, historically the price of gold soars.
Expectations are that the Fed will begin hiking interest rates in 2015. So that means now is the time to start buying gold.
Let's take a closer look at why you should get into gold now…
How the gold price responds to the Fed’s i... ››› more
It's been a tough year for gold. The yellow metal kicked off the year with a rally of 15%. This took it within touching distance of $1,400 an ounce. But since then it's been sliding lower and lower. It's currently trading at around $1,288 an ounce. So what's going on with the gold price? And are there any signs of what could be ahead? Let's take a closer look…
The gold price has trended lower... ››› more
Gold has hit a four month high today. The yellow metal is benefitting from its safe haven status. Investors worried about the growing tensions between Ukraine and Russia have turned to gold. The gold price has risen more than 1% today. Let's take a closer look at what's going on with the yellow metal…
Global stocks markets are under pressure
The growing tensions between Russia and Ukraine h... ››› more
So far, 2014 has been good for gold. The price of gold is up 9.6% so far. In comparison, the JSE's All Share Index is up only 1.93% over the same period. But what is driving the gold price higher? And how is the rest of 2014 looking for the yellow metal? Let's take a closer look a crucial bullish force behind the gold price…
The gold price has benefitted so far this year from investors looking... ››› more
Gold looks like it's getting set for a rally. After last year's dismal performance, there are factors stacking up in favour of a higher gold price. Not only is China's demand bullion on the up, exchange traded products are stocking up after last year's sell off. Read on to find out more reasons why gold is set to rise and how you can profit from it…
There are another couple of factors pointing... ››› more
Gold has inched up lately after a terrible 2013. Sceptics believe the recent positive action is insignificant - just a natural bounce after a terrible 2013 or the result of worries about inflation. But what if that's not the case. There are some very good reasons why gold is climbing. And why it could keep on climbing. Let's take a closer look at these reasons…
Gold is moving up for two very g... ››› more
The last few days has seen the JSE hit new record highs. Gold and resources have pushed the JSE higher since Monday. The banking sector added its contributions today too. Let's have a closer look at what's behind these surges higher…
For the third day in a row, we’ve seen the JSE hit a new high. The main propeller is gold.
Gold shares “pushed the JSE to a record high” today, says I-Ne... ››› more
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