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Wednesday's "Earnings Beat" Makes This The Perfect "Bad-Market" Tech Stock

In last week’s Private Briefing report Our Experts Show You the Stocks to Pick in a ‘Stock-Picker’s Market’,” Money Map Press Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald identified SanDisk Corp.(NasdaqGS: SNDK) as one of three stocks to buy in the face of the stock market sell-off.

And now we see why…

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Precious Metals Archives - Page 3 of 23 - Money Morning - Only the News You Can Profit From- Money Morning - Only the News You Can Profit From.

  • Gold Price News Today

    Today the gold price seems to be taking a break from its recent run-up, but not before briefly pushing past the psychologically important $1,400 level.

    Following a 1.8% surge on Friday, gold prices hit $1,407 in trading in Asia early this morning (Monday) and then pulled back to $1,390 before settling at about $1,395 an ounce.

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  • How China Makes Investing in Gold a Winning Move

    Gold prices today touched over $1,346 an ounce – continuing this week's rise to the highest level in three weeks.

    This move came despite news that larger investors are no longer investing in gold as much as earlier this year.

    Billionaire investor George Soros sold his entire position in the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSEArca: GLD) in the second quarter of 2013. Another billionaire investor, John Paulson, reduced his holdings in GLD by 53% in Q2.

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  • Today's "Gold Convergence" Is Your Best Buy Signal Yet

    We've been recommending gold shares for months now, ever since prices collapsed in April. But timing's getting critical, because now the market is telling you gold is set to surge…

    The first piece of evidence hit my radar on August 1st, moments after Barrick Gold released its $8.7 billion "news." (More on that in a minute.)

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  • Investing in Gold Mining Companies: Don't Ignore This Number

    In mid-July, anyone investing in gold mining companies saw their year-to-date share prices fall to levels not seen since the 2008 financial crisis, down more than 50% on the year.

    As Money Morning Global Investing Strategist Martin Hutchinson pointed out, no sector right now is more unloved than the gold sector.

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  • Where Silver Prices Are Trading Today – and What's Next

    Silver prices today continue to wander aimlessly around the $20-an-ounce level as the white metal is buffeted by many of the same factors restraining the gold price. This drifting comes after a dramatic drop of 35% in the first half 2013.

    As with gold, much of the drop is due to fears that the U.S. Federal Reserve will begin "tapering" purchases of bonds from its current $85 billion-a-month level. If this comes to pass, the financial markets currently believe this will reduce excess liquidity and therefore any possible inflationary fires.

    Here's what investors watching today's silver price have to understand…

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  • What's Driving Gold Prices Today

    Gold prices today are still below $1,300 an ounce as traders in the United States and Europe continue to sell the precious metal.

    Western investors were the main driving force behind redemptions of nearly $19 billion in gold-backed ETFs in the second quarter of 2013.

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  • Experts Predict 30-Day Window for Gold

    We've been studying the resource markets – and gold in particular – for over 30 years. And have seen almost every cycle the yellow metal has gone through.

    One thing is certain in our opinion: International investors, central banks and corporations are all looking to buy gold… And these slow summer months are likely providing the best price.

    Asian investors, especially in China and India, are buying coins and bullion like mad. Sales are up 22% annually in China and 52% in India.

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  • Is Now a Good Time to Buy Silver? Rick Rule Weighs In

    With silver prices down some 30% year-to-date, is now a good time to buy silver?

    We at Money Morning love the buying opportunity being presented in the silver market. With a near zero interest policy in the U.S. likely to stay in place for at least a few more years, and global monetary printing presses continuing to run at full speed, precious metals like silver are once again a lucrative, and now much cheaper, asset.

    Rick Rule agrees.

    Money Morning recently spoke to Rick Rule, president of Sprott Asset Management and founder of Global Resource Investment Ltd., about silver's decline in 2013 and what investors should do now.

    Here's what he said about if now is a good time to buy silver…

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  • Investing in Silver a Winning Move as India's 'War' on Gold Continues

    There's a major government move right now that's giving a huge boost to anyone investing in silver

    You see, when things go awry, governments have a tendency to pin the blame away from the government and on a convenient scapegoat.

    Take India, for example. It faces a record current account deficit and its currency, the rupee, continues tumbling to record lows against the U.S. dollar.

    But it's not government policies that are the culprit here, says the Indian government and central bank. They say the blame lies squarely on Indians' centuries-long love affair with gold.

    Gold imports into India hit a record 162 tons in May.

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  • The Asian Giant Stampeding into Gold

    I recently discussed how traders were stampeding out of gold as a result of rising interest rates and the threat of evaporating monetary fluid that was lubricating markets.
    Hovering around $1,200 at the beginning of July, the gold price has completely disconnected from the precious metal's fundamentals in my opinion.
    Prices have fallen too far out of fear, but the drivers for gold are still in place.
    My friend and highly respected analyst, Gregory Weldon, highlighted an important point about rising rates in the U.S. The coupon on the nation's $13.22 trillion debt averages 1.88 percent with an average maturity of 5.4 years.
    As interest rates rise, debt will be rolled over at a higher rate, making the burden even greater than it already is. This suggests a likely tipping point for Treasuries. Will the Federal Reserve suppress yields at that "line in the sand?"
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