|Gold •15 mins||1,857.30||+3.40||+0.18%|
|Platinum •15 mins||943.00||+5.60||+0.60%|
|WTI Crude •1 day||115.07||+0.98||+0.86%|
|Gasoline •1 day||4.016||+0.138||+3.57%|
|Ethanol •1 day||2.160||+0.000||+0.00%|
|Silver •15 mins||22.10||+0.13||+0.60%|
|Silver • 15 mins||22.10||+0.13||+0.60%|
|Copper • 15 mins||4.307||+0.048||+1.12%|
|Brent Crude • 1 day||119.43||+2.03||+1.73%|
|Natural Gas • 1 day||8.727||-0.168||-1.89%|
|Heating Oil • 1 day||4.003||+0.035||+0.88%|
The extraordinary bid-ask spreads and bases are coming down, in both gold and silver. The reason may surprise you.
Silver is powering higher in a new bull market after getting clobbered in March’s stock panic.
What exactly does it mean when pundits say that gold is a “store of value” and “hedge against inflation”?
Gold declined for the third day in a row on Tuesday, as the prospect of a gradual reopening of economies directed investors’ attention away from safe-haven assets.
Gold flew too close to the sun and got its wings singed, and now profit takers are going to punish it.
Over the past few weeks and months, there have been seismic changes in the way people are thinking of markets – and the concept of markets – generally
Gold and gold stocks are among the highest performing assets of 2020 so far as investors seek a haven amid the coronavirus-fueled rout
Gold bugs were likely counting on the coronavirus leading to a major rally for gold, but it’s not happening
Gold miners’ stocks have endured epic volatility in this past month, literally crashing before blasting back higher in a violent V-bounce
The carnage in the silver miners’ stocks has been apocalyptic, fueled by the astounding COVID-19 stock panic