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Gold and Silver Coiling for a Move
It has been over a month since my last entry on the markets, and aside from a few Twitter posts, most of my analysis has been confined to my desktop. The impact of the coronavirus on the retail precious metals market has been historic, with dueling supply and demand shocks, and as president of Texas....
COVID-19 risks shut down U.S. Mint gold silver bullion production at West Point
(Kitco News) By Neils Christensen - The physical gold market has been dealing with significant supply issues and the crunch is going to get bigger as the U.S. Mint announced that it is shutting down gold and silver bullion production at its West Point Facility. Read More ....
Gold Dealers Report Big Shortages of Small Bars and Coins
By Elena Mazneva on Bloomberg.com When people are worried about the future they turn to gold to protect their savings. That’s rarely been more true than today. Read More ....
Historic Bounce in Gold at Key Fibonacci Level
Given the extreme recent demand in the precious metals markets, this is the first opportunity I have had to reflect on the charts. For those interested in my thoughts on rising premiums and the cause for falling spot metal prices in early March, please refer to the articles linked. I want to review....