That was somewhat of a hair raiser on Monday. One would have thought that the bottom fell out of the gold market from the way many commentators were writing on Tuesday morning.
Northern Dynasty has just announced the results of an independent resource estimate for its Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum deposit in Alaska.
The oil price has been soaring, along with other commodities. Many feel that oil is already so high, it's unlikely to rise much further. Our technical analysis, however, indicates otherwise.
On March 10th GATA (www.gata.org) issued a press release that presented an analysis of the gold market prepared by Dan Norcini, a futures trader based in Houston, Texas.
In this, the first of a three-part interview with Paul van Eeden he provides important insights into the currency markets and their impact on gold.
Credit markets, like any market, are driven by supply and demand. Suppliers of credit are bond buyers, and the demand for credit comes from the debt issuers. All participate in the credit pool of the bond market.
Changes in exchange rates can erase a mining company's profits almost overnight. Here's how experienced investors protect themselves.