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Julian D. W. Phillips

Julian  D. W. Phillips

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Global Watch: The Gold Forecaster covers the global gold market. It specializes in Central Bank Sales and details, the Indian Bullion market [supported by a leading Indian Bullion professional], the South African markets [+ Gold shares shares] plus the currencies of gold producers [Euro, U.S. $, Yen, C$, A$, and the South African Rand]. Its aim is to synthesise all the influential gold price factors across the globe, so as to truly understand the global reasons behind the gold price.

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 10 October 2003 | viewed 2,434 times

    That was the week that was! As we began to write this weeks issue, the gold price had begun to fall again from $376 and…

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 04 October 2003 | viewed 2,572 times

    That was the week that was! Well, this week was also quite a week, with the week seeing Investors calling the shots all the way.…

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 19 September 2003 | viewed 2,529 times

    That was the week that was! A week of waiting, of doubts, of nervousness, as the gold price threatened to fall and to rise, in…

  • Demand / Supply Figures in the Gold Market

    Published 18 September 2003 | viewed 3,829 times

    (Based on the G.F.M.S. Gold Survey 2003 summary of the findings given by Philip Klapwijk Director of GFMS.) Supply Supply Type 2000 2001 2002 GFMS…

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 12 September 2003 | viewed 2,247 times

    That was the week that was! The last week saw the unexpected. What was that? We were waiting for the market to surge, as all…

  • The Gold Price - Its Structure

    Published 09 September 2003 | viewed 2,461 times

    Speculators overwhelm the gold market - is it because of the new Central Bank Gold Agreement? Prospective German Sales of Gold The speculation surrounding the…

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 05 September 2003 | viewed 2,987 times

    That was the week that was! The market has seen an extraordinary week with the large Speculator taking full control of this market, shoving aside…

  • Prospective German Sales of Gold

    Published 04 September 2003 | viewed 2,782 times

    Speculation surrounding the future sales of gold by the leading Central Bank holders of Gold, received clarity today. Within the auspices of the Central Bank…

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 28 August 2003 | viewed 2,565 times

    That was the week that was! The buyers won the hand to hand combat yesterday, after a tough slog with gold holding around $363 right…

  • Gold - The Weekly Perspective

    Published 22 August 2003 | viewed 2,468 times

    That was the week that was! If this were a military battle, wed be at the stage where it has come to hand to hand…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 15 August 2003 | viewed 2,432 times

    A trading week full of surprises, with gold looking toppy, but bouncing back each time a decay began, leaves the week looking resilient. Physical trade…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 08 August 2003 | viewed 2,719 times

    A quiet week, with gold still holding the Euro's hand or is it the Euro holding gold's hand? Right now it is around $7 ahead…

  • The 'Washington Agreement' review - will go ahead!

    Published 07 August 2003 | viewed 3,013 times

    The 15 signatories of the Washington Agreement of September the 26th 1999 announced the following, in Clause 5 of the Agreement stating: - "This agreement…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 31 July 2003 | viewed 2,745 times

    The week that was, last week, saw the week build a foundation on a higher platform, and this week sees a week where the price…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 25 July 2003 | viewed 2,462 times

    What a week that was! In a period when gold should be in the seasonal doldrums, steady, un-seasonal physical buying relentlessly kept buying the gold…

  • Greenspan Criticised 'Deficit Spending' and the $ Policy

    Published 23 July 2003 | viewed 2,785 times

    Sir Alan Greenspan Greenspan forcefully condemned deficit spending and the inflation it causes in his essay, "Gold and Economic Freedom". As he sat looking with…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 18 July 2003 | viewed 2,643 times

    Again this week we have seen the strong support of physical Gold. As an example, here's what happened yesterday; in new York the day started…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 11 July 2003 | viewed 2,651 times

    Gold's behaviour in the last week has been surprisingly resilient. Japanese demand has been present, but not as significantly as last week. Good physical interest…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 03 July 2003 | viewed 2,562 times

    Independence day July 4th sees the summer go into full swing. The long weekend should be tranquil in the States gold market with the market…

  • The Qualities of Gold Shine Through?

    Published 01 July 2003 | viewed 3,641 times

    In the last twenty and more years, gold has been insulted, belittled, called a "Barbarous Relic", a mere commodity and treated with disdain, whilst being…