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Why the Price of Gold per Ounce Is Falling Today

The price of gold per ounce is declining today for the first time since Thursday, June 23.

Despite today's losses, there's still one reason why every investor should keep gold as a long-term investment.

Here's what you need to know about where gold is headed in 2016...

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Why the Price of Gold Is Falling Today Ahead of Brexit Vote

Despite the pullback, we remain bullish on gold prices in 2016.

Here's what to know with the Brexit results just hours away...

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Gold Prices Today Fall – but More Gains Are Coming in 2016

After pushing through $1,300 an ounce last week, gold prices today fell sharply. Money Morning Resource Investing Specialist Peter Krauth said today's decline is just a short-term problem.

A stronger dollar was key behind today's gold sell-off.

But we see gold prices heading much higher in 2016...

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Gold Prices Today Flat – Here's What to Expect in Q2

Gold prices today were mostly flat. It's a quick break for the precious metal, which has been experiencing one of its most volatile weeks of 2016.

Now that we've entered Q2 for 2016, here's what investors can expect from the price of gold in Q2 and how to trade the precious metal now...

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

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...

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A Gold "Flash Crash" Happened Yesterday – Here's Why

A gold "flash crash" took the yellow metal down 4.2%, or about $50, in a matter of seconds late Sunday night to its lowest level since March 2010.

Just before 9:30 p.m. ET — or just as China's market opened for trading — someone dumped five tonnes ($2.7 billion worth) of gold on the Chinese market.

Exactly who is "someone," and why the big sell?

Let's take a look...