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    Summer Lull in Gold Prices Could End by Late September

    Gold investors need to wait a few weeks before the market is ready to move past its summer lulls according to a gold market analyst. An exclusive interview with head of gold investments at State Street Global Advisors, George Milling-Stanley said he expects the buying momentum to increase by the end…Read More

  2. Gold Prices

    Cost of Gold Good for Purchase to Trade

    The cost of gold has dropped quite a bit since the metal reversed in April at the 2016 resistance. The price fell over 125 points to the lowest its been since December of last year. The Federal Reserve acted aggressively on the interest rates which has driven the decline. A looming trade war reinfor…Read More

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    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

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    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

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    Is Gold On The Cusp Of A Big Rally?

    The first people to melt gold were the ancient Egyptians in circa 3,600 BC. Gold jewelry came about a thousand years later after goldsmiths of ancient Mesopotamia created a headdress for a burial. The headdress was made from carnelian beads and gold pendants shaped like leaves.¬†Some major¬†worldwid…Read More