Gold price forecast, Aug. 29, 2014: Buying gold during the late days of summer has proved to be a winning trade for most of the last two decades, according to Bloomberg.
Indeed, September is historically gold's best month. Over the last 20 years, the yellow metal has seen an average gain of 3% in September.
Find out here why September is so good for gold prices….
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Gold ETFs Ready to Head Higher on This Key Driver
The SPDR Gold Trust Exchange-Traded Fund (NYSE Arca: GLD), one of the two major gold ETFs that trade in the United States, dropped more than 1.2% last week, from $124.77 to $123.18.But although short-term losses can be unsettling, investors who hold gold-related securities like gold ETFs have good reason for long-term optimism. Here’s why…
Gold Prices Today Rise 0.7% as Fears Reignite in Russia-Ukraine Region
Gold prices today (Thursday) climbed higher in morning trading, on track for global gains across three consecutive trading sessions.Here are the current spot gold and futures prices, and exactly how the Russia-Ukraine conflict is driving up the yellow metal…
Two Clashing Themes in Gold News Have Been Flat Lining Prices Since April
Two themes have dominated gold news the last few months, and both have opposite effects on gold price.Together, they've flat lined the yellow metal...
Why Gold Prices Today Are Skyrocketing Above $1,300 an Ounce
Gold prices today (Wednesday) were up a whopping $18.70 an ounce (up 1.43%) as of 12:30 p.m. EDT. Spot gold traded at $1,307.30 an ounce after closing at $1,288.60 an ounce in the previous session.Here’s what’s moving the yellow metal up so much today…
Why Gold Prices Fell 3.3% in July After an Early Climb
Gold prices are up for the year, but fell 3.3% in July.
Gold started the month off strong as geopolitical conflict rocked parts of Europe.Here are the two market forces that derailed gold’s climb…
- The "Secret" Agreement That's About to Manipulate Gold Prices May 19 was a big day for gold prices worldwide - perhaps the biggest this year. On that day the powerful European central banks announced the signing of the fourth Central Bank Gold Agreement. While that may sound harmless, it’s anything but. Here’s the real story behind the CBGA’s involvement in the direction of gold prices…
How the Gold Spot Price Will React to the Federal Reserve Meeting This Week
Watch for the gold spot price - the price of gold for immediate delivery - to make dramatic moves as the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meets this week.
It has already had a volatile morning ahead of the meeting's Tuesday kickoff.Here’s what the current gold prices did this morning, and the two big policies to watch coming out of the Fed meeting that will move the yellow metal this week….
Why Gold Prices Are Up Today
Gold prices spiked today (Thursday), hitting a near four-month high in early trading. In the morning session, August Comex gold soared $20.20 to $1,355.50 an ounce, its highest level since March 19. Spot gold jumped $17.10 at $1,344.25.There are a few factors contributing to why gold prices are up today...
The Price of Gold Today and Where It's Headed
The price of gold fell Thursday after stronger-than-expected jobs data showed that U.S. economy added another 288,000 jobs in June. Also weighing on the precious metal was a drop in the official unemployment rate to 6.1% - its lowest level since September 2008 - and the Dow Jones breaking through 17,000 points to set a new high.Here are current gold prices, and where the yellow metal is headed in the latter half of 2014…
New Gold Price Chart, Plus the Latest Gold News
Gold shifted higher today (Monday) following recent record lows – our up-to-date gold price chart shows that in late May, gold tumbled to its lowest level in four months, to $1,243.00.
Gold for August delivery was up 0.1% at $1,253.90 a troy ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. London gold was up 0.1% at $1,253.77 an ounce.Here’s the top news affecting the yellow metal right now…
Why Gold Mutual Funds Are Attractive Investments
Gold mutual funds are gaining attention as a safe-haven investment to hedge against the market volatility 2014 has brought so far.
These types of investments are managed by professionals who analyze and monitor the movement of gold and invest accordingly in bullions and equities.
Here we examine one method for how to invest in gold, using gold mutual funds.Plus we’ve highlighted a few to get you started today…
A Gold Price History from Nixon to Obama
Analysts look to the gold price history as a tool to make predictions about the yellow metal's direction.
A good place to start when examining the gold price history is the 1970s. Up until the early '70s, gold prices hardly fluctuated by more than a dollar or two.
But U.S. President Richard Nixon, who was in office from 1969-1974, decoupled the dollar from gold in 1971 due to various economic pressures.And this had a major effect on where gold went after that…
Why the Gold Spot Price Is Hovering So Low
Last week, the gold spot price tumbled to its lowest level in four months, to $1,243.00.
Tuesday, the gold spot price hit another four-month low early on, but ended the day hovering around last week's low levels, at $1,245.80. August Comex gold was up $0.90 at $1,245.00 an ounce.Here’s what’s weighing on the yellow metal – and what to watch that could affect gold prices this week.
New Gold ETF OUNZ Offers Something Different to Investors
A new gold ETF, Merk Gold Trust ETV (NYSE ARCA: OUNZ), was launched on May 16, 2014. It seeks to corner an often-neglected part of the investment market: goldbugs who like to hold onto tangible gold.Here’s how this new gold ETF works...
Gold Price Per Ounce at a 16-Week Low – Here's What Is Going On
Today (Friday), gold price per ounce fell under $1,250 an ounce to a 16-week low. Prior to this five-day losing streak, gold price per ounce has been stuck in a tight trading range for weeks, struggling to consistently trade above the key $1,300 an ounce level.Here’s what’s driving gold price per ounce, and how to play the yellow metal in 2014…
Gold futures for August delivery fell by 0.8% to $1,246.50 an ounce this morning on the Comex in New York. And earlier, the price touched on $1,244.50, the lowest for a most-active contract since Feb. 3, according to Bloomberg.