Posts Tagged With 'gold'

Posted by Clint Siegner January 20, 2016

Betting on Deflation May Be a Huge Mistake. Here’s Why…

Precious metals investors heading into 2016 worry the dollar will continue marching ahead, right over the top of gold and silver prices. The Fed is telegraphing additional rate hikes throughout the year, and commodity prices – led by crude oil – are falling. There have been tremors in the biggest beneficiary markets of all when Continue reading →

Why you should have gold in your portfolio

There has been a merciless war out there between investors who are in favor with gold (gold bugs) and those who oppose them and believe that gold has no value, utility, create no value, and as such should be avoided. They say that the recent substantial decline in gold price is an evidence of their Continue reading →

Posted by Guest April 17, 2013

Record Gold Sale At The U.S. Mint

By: Kenneth Schortgen Jr. On April 17, the U.S. Mint reported a record 63500 ounces of gold being sold to the public in one day, despite central banks driving down the paper spot price by over 9% in the past week. This record one day sale brings total Mint sales for April to 140000 ounces, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 17, 2013

Trade adjustment – Gold (GLD) addition #2

Trade adjustment - Gold (GLD) addition #2

I am posting this trade a few days later than when I actually opened it. If you want to see my trades earlier, you can do so on my Facebook page, where I typically post my trade at the same time when it happens. Yesterday I added a few shares of GLD into my portfolio Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 15, 2013

Gold Sank Faster Than Titanic. Are You Panicking?

Today’s trading was fascinating. My account was red and full of blood as never before. A true blood in the streets. A massacre. It was not only Gold which sank deeper than on Friday on a lot larger volume than on Friday, but the entire market followed. If you follow my Facebook fan page, I Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 20, 2013

Trade adjustment – Gold (GLD) addition

Trade adjustment - Gold (GLD) addition

Today I added a few shares of GLD into my portfolio as Gold suffered a huge sell off. As I wrote in my previous post I believe the today’s price action is an overreaction of investors, most likely responding to (outdated) report from Sorros Fund Management. As I wrote I believe GLD indicated a bearish Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 20, 2013

Is today’s trading marking the beginning of the correction?

Is today's trading marking the beginning of the correction?

Today’s trading was hectic and markets fell hard after FOMC meeting. The market is idicating nervousness and today’s price action – extended bearish candle may indicate the end of the trend. Almost all my stocks fell hard as well. I am not that concerned about it however, since I have been expecting correction since two Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 20, 2012

Futures point to selloff tomorrow

Futures point to selloff tomorrow

The market finished up today, however, as of this writing the U.S. futures point to heavy selling tomorrow morning. S&P 500 is down -23.90 / 1.66%, Nasdaq -40.00 / 1.49% and Dow -211.00 / 1.50%. So be ready for bumpy ride tomorrow. Another investment I am closely watching is Gold GLD. Today we experienced another Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 18, 2012

New trade – adding Gold ETF (GLD)

New trade - adding Gold ETF (GLD)

Gold retreated to its 200 day MA today and I decided to add a few shares to my holding, since I consider this attractive price. I see some similarities and pattern in GLD corrections, (see the chart below) and thus I believe we are in similar pattern as in 2008. Also I want to be Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 02, 2012

New trade – Gold ETF (GLD)

As I wrote in my previous post I wish to have some exposure to gold and be buying on dips. I believe that in long term gold will gain value, so I will be buying these corrections in gold as we could see today, for example. I had an open order from last week to Continue reading →