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Higher Gold Prices in 2014
Gold prices today continue to bounce up and down based on speculative headlines.
The "Smart Money" Is Buying Hard-Hit Gold Stocks Now
Part of the recent move up in gold prices to more than $1,400 an ounce and the uptick in gold stocks is a response to the crisis in Syria.
However, there is a lot more occurring just beneath the surface than geopolitics.
But investors would never get that sense from Wall Street, which is still in the midst of its perennial "hate gold" campaign.
Jim Rogers on Why Oil and Gold Are Headed "Much Higher"
Legendary commodity investor Jim Rogers sees some serious problems stemming from the situation in Syria and the end of the Fed's generous flow of money.
In an interview with Reuters on Tuesday, Rogers said "oil and gold will go much, much higher" due to a "market panic."
"I own oil, I own gold, I own things like that and if there is going to be a war, and it sounds like America is desperate to have a war, they're going to...
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.
Gold Bugs Will Love What This Chart Says About Gold Prices
There's no shortage of catalysts pushing gold prices higher, but now gold bugs have another...
A technical analysis of the chart depicting gold's rocky ride over the past nine months shows that gold prices have only just begun to break out to the upside.
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.