1. which countries

    Which Countries Import the Most Gold Annually?

    Gold is impressive in that it makes up around 0.003 parts per million of earth's crust. Even so, how much of that gold is the world unearthing per year? Also, which countries dig up the most gold? Below is a list of countries which import the most gold on a global scale. China - 9,391,69 LBS China, …Read More

  2. Gold price

    Gold Price Could Rise as Dollar Weakens

    For the past two months straight, gold has seen a decline in its price. However, the precious metal looks like it might shrug off its steady decline and rise back up in 2019 as the dollar weakens. Gold looks as though it should rebound in the final quarter of 2018 to average around $1,375 per ounce …Read More

  3. The Benefits Of Selling Gold For Cash

    Gold never really goes out of style, and for good reason too. Gold jewelry, for example, is beautiful, dazzling, and wearer-friendly. Gold coins and bullions, on the other hand, have a lot of intrinsic value and can have a significant worth if they are collectible. Gold is a precious, highly-valued …Read More

  4. dollar

    Dollar Rises As Gold Plummets For The Week

    The dollar was able to rise again after the Federal Reserve went on to allow another U.S. interest hike for the month. Gold continues to be sensitive to rates elevating and increasing the opportunity costs on bullion that is non-yielding. Spot gold was 0.2 percent lower around 1:32 p.m. EDT (1732 GM…Read More

  5. Trump

    Gold Rises After Trump Cancels Summit

    One week after hitting its lowest point of 2018, gold surged back over the $1,300 mark on Thursday. The increase comes after United States President Donald Trump canceled a planned summit earlier in the day. Stocks are moving wildly now that President Trump will not meet with North Korean leader Kim…Read More

  6. gold stocks

    Gold Stock Slide Continues

    The price of gold continues to take hits on the United States stock market. The gold stock dipped below $1,300 per ounce on Thursday. It’s the lowest point of 2018 so far. The downward trend began over a month ago in the middle of April. On April 11, gold's stock reached its point of the year. Sin…Read More

  7. crude oil

    Crude Oil, Gold, Silver, And The U.S. Dollar

    On Friday, gold and silver prices came in a bit higher in the market. As the U.S. dollar continues to decline, precious metals are on the up and up. There are signs that market bottoms are where they need to be. Since November of 2014, crude oil prices were above the 70 dollar mark. On Thursday, May…Read More

  8. janitor

    Janitor Finds 7 Gold Bars In Trash Bin

    A janitor in South Korea struck Gold Thursday, May 3th after finding gold in a trash can. They took the term "digging for gold" serious! According to reports, the janitor was in the middle of doing his route, when he went to lift a bin that was remarkably heavy. The anonymous cleaner was able to fin…Read More

  9. Bitcoin vs Gold

    Bitcoin Vs. Gold How Do They Compare?

    Gold, unlike other precious metals, has stood the test of time and played essential roles in many cultures as a constant form of wealth. Other valuable materials never seemed to be as timeless and persistent as gold. Gold's value comes from the metal's scarcity as a form of wealth. The ability for i…Read More

  10. political tension

    Political Tensions Lessen Causing Gold Prices to Drop

    On Thursday, gold prices dipped in response to a decline in worldwide political tensions. This separated a string of gains for four consecutive sessions. Spot gold XAU was down to $1,347.60 per oz (down 0.1 percent) by 1240 GMT. Meanwhile, U.S. gold futures GCcv1 was at $1,350.80 per oz (down 0.2 pe…Read More