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Gold Stocks Break Out of Slump – and This Rally Looks Stronger

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The Fed did gold stocks a big favor on Sept. 17 in not raising interest rates. This sector has been mired in a correction since late 2011, but signs increasingly suggest that's coming to an end.

The action in recent months has been encouraging, leading savvy investors to examine, or re-examine, gold stocks as one of the few values the market still has to offer.

Here's what we see...

Gold Price Forecast Sees Rise Before 2016 – Check Out the Charts

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Interest rates are an important factor in the gold price forecast, so it's a good time to get an update on the yellow metal since the Sept. 17 Fed meeting pushed a rate hike down the road.

Rates affect gold investing because gold, which offers no yield, competes with interest from bonds and dividends from stocks.

Here's what the yellow metal's behavior leading up to and right after the Fed decision tells us about where gold prices are headed next...

Gold Prices Today Moving Ahead of FOMC Meeting

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Gold prices today (Thursday) were flat as anxious investors sit on the sidelines ahead of the conclusion to this afternoon's FOMC meeting.

In early morning trading Thursday, spot gold prices were off a modest $1.20, or 0.11%, at $1,117.80 an ounce.

Here's what's next for gold prices following today's FOMC meeting...

How Gold Prices Move When Interest Rates Rise

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The chatter surrounding the U.S. Federal Reserve's upcoming decision on interest rates has been constant and deafening.

Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen has been hinting for close to a year now that the Fed will finally raise rates. Everyone is afraid that will mean a major correction in stocks - and tanking gold prices.

But history tells a different story about how gold moves when rates rise...

Gold Prices Today Remain Flat as Global Markets Rally


Gold prices today were steady in early morning trading amid muted buying as investors piled back into equities.

Precious metal market action overall was spotty Tuesday as a risk-on appetite took center stage.

Here's why gold will trade range bound for the next couple weeks....

Gold Prices Today Climb on Fed Rate Hike Speculation

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Gold prices today (Tuesday) were up 0.5% to $1,141.10 just before 1:00 p.m. as investors continue to wait on any indication of whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this month.

Gold prices hit an intraday high of $1,148.80 earlier in the session Tuesday.

Here's why gold prices today are climbing and where they're heading...

Gold Prices Today Drop as Stocks Surge


Gold prices today (Wednesday) fell as U.S. equities climbed following a two-day rout. In mid-morning trading today, the gold price dipped $16, or 1.4%, to 1,125.40.

A stronger dollar and a positive U.S. durable goods order report also drew investors away from gold and into stocks today.

Even dovish comments from Fed President William Dudley failed to raise the gold price...

Gold Prices Today Near 3-Week High on Chinese Yuan Fears

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Gold prices today (Thursday) are down slightly after climbing to a three-week high yesterday amid yuan fears, a softer dollar, and a global equity rout.

The yellow metal finished Wednesday up $15.60, or 1.41%, at $1.123.20 an ounce. That marked the fifth consecutive session in which the gold price ended higher.

Here's what you need to know about gold prices today, and why they're headed higher...

Despite Low Gold Prices, the Yellow Metal Is Outperforming These Investments


Commodities took it on the chin last month. Crude oil saw its steepest monthly loss since October 2008. Both copper and aluminum touched their lowest levels in six years. And on July 19, gold experienced a mini flash crash, sending the gold price down to five-year lows.

Yet compared to many other asset classes, gold has held up well, even after factoring in its price decline.

Take a look...

How to Buy Gold While Prices Are Still Low


Current prices offer one of the best chances to buy gold we've seen in a decade. And with governments around the world printing money to support their flailing economies and stock market volatility surging, there's no shortage of reasons to own gold.

But not all gold is created equal - and the same applies to gold investments.

Here are the most crucial aspects of investing in the yellow metal and what to consider when buying gold...

The Best Way to Buy Gold Today

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At $1,084 per ounce, gold is scraping multiyear lows, down 42% in four years.

And it seems the gold bears dominate the headlines - everywhere you look, each news item seems more negative than the last.

There have been calls for gold to hit $800... and even lower.

Gold on Sale: Investors Buying on Today's Low Gold Prices

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The leveraged gold futures derivatives market is knocking down the precious metal, yet in massive contrast, this drop has ignited a shopping frenzy. American Gold Eagle sales reached 161,500 ounces in July, the highest monthly figure since April 2013.

With so much gloom and doom in the media surrounding gold prices right now, you might wonder why coin sales are soaring at multiyear highs.

Here's what's going on...

How China Plans to Dominate Pricing in the Gold Market


China is notable for its long-time affinity toward gold. For the past several years, it has consistently been one of the top two gold consumers worldwide. (India holds the title for No. 1 gold consumer - for now.)

China is also the world's largest gold producer. So it stands to reason that China would want to exert more influence over the gold market - and gold prices.

Here's how the Asian nation aims to do just that...

This Overlooked Gold Play Could Bring Us 115%

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I love gold right now, not despite, but because of everything that's happened to it this month...

Now, it's true that the "race to $1,000" triggered by the July 20 Asian bear raid appears to have the yellow metal on the ropes.

Have a look at this...

Gold Price Prediction 2015 After the "Flash Crash"

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Gold price prediction 2015: A gold "flash crash" shook markets July 19, sending the metal down $50 an ounce in a matter of seconds to its lowest level since 2010.

But the tumble didn't stop there. In fact, last week's events were so dramatic they necessitate an updated gold price prediction for 2015.

"Gold's hard-and-fast tumble below $1,100 an ounce last week means some investors may be tuning out the yellow metal or suffering from gold 'burnout,'" Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton, Jr. told readers July 27. "But ignoring it is a huge mistake. It has been and always will be one of the best stores of value, and it's a crucial hedge against economic upheaval. It's a must-have holding."

Here's exactly what happened to gold last week - and our new gold price forecast to make the yellow metal work for you in coming months...

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