Since we last checked in on the price of gold, volatility has returned to the precious metal.
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Gold prices are up 16.53% year to date, and we see prices heading higher.
Gold prices rose $15.70 Tuesday amid dovish comments from the Fed, which will support prices in the long term.
After a relentless rise from their December depths, gold prices now appear to be taking a break.
Does that mean gold's renewed bull is over? Or is this just a temporary reprieve before the gold price reverses and heads higher?
The gold price in 2016 has been a great ride, if a little volatile.
Gold remains above $1,250 an ounce, and one macro indicator is sending a big sign about what's next.
The price of gold is soaring more than 3% today (Thursday) and is now up more than 20% year to date. But our forecast shows the price of gold climbing even higher in 2016.
The price of gold is climbing more than 1% today, after more additional global monetary easing policies were announced. And we see the price of gold climbing much higher from here in 2016.
The word for stocks this year is volatile - while gold, on the other hand, has been resilient.
The gold price today is up $11.50 to $1,275.30. That's a year-to-date gain of about 18%.
Not only has the gold price managed to remain above the $1,200 level, but it has been decidedly strong, not even testing below that level for the past couple of weeks.
As the U.S. markets have moved sideways in the past week, gold has been in consolidation mode. Today the gold spot price is around $1,223.20 - down $9.50.
Gold traders have done some profit-taking as the gold price has bounced in a range between roughly $1,205 and $1,235 over the past trading week. But the gold spot price has stayed above the $1,200 level, which has helped to paint an increasingly bullish picture.
Technically, we're getting an emerging pennant pattern that will have to resolve itself before long. Will that be to the upside or downside?
The price of gold climbed today (Thursday) as a sharp sell-off in China's stock market sent investors to the safe-haven asset.
Just after noon today, spot gold prices were trading up $10.90, or 0.89%, at $1,240.40 an ounce.
Gold prices today keep climbing, up 8% in the past week.
Spot gold traded around $1,238.50 last week.
Gold prices surged to a 12-month high above $1,240.00 an ounce Thursday as investors around the globe piled into safe-haven assets.
Spot gold prices were sharply higher in early trading, up as much as $45.50, or 3.8%, at $1,242.26 an ounce.
The price of gold is up more than 1% today.
This gold price rise continues a climb that started weeks ago. Can gold keep going higher in 2016?
Spot gold prices slipped $9, or 0.80%, Thursday morning to $1,116.70 an ounce as many investors took profits following a week of gains for gold prices.
And while spot gold was down today, dovish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve yesterday were a big indication that gold prices will continue climbing in 2016.
Gold prices today are up. Global market volatility has driven investors into the protective precious metal.
The question is if gold prices will rise for the year, or have another down year, despite the increasing reasons to buy gold.