gold prices

Positive net inflows into exchange-traded funds continued for a seventh straight month in June. Two U.S. ETFs accounted for 67% of the total.
The gold bugs must be happy again. With gold trading just under $1,800 again, the gold bugs are going to be increasing their calls for gold to rise to $2,000. Some have even been publishing reports...
Proper asset allocation should always include a single-digit percentage holding of precious metals like gold and silver. These six stocks look like solid choices for investors.
Gold is making a great case for itself this year, and gold bugs have to be happy about that. The strategists at JPMorgan have a bullish view on gold.
June is nearing its end and the stock market’s recovery along with the overall economic reports have been nearly unimaginable. Employers, investors, day traders, economists and those who are...
Now that June is underway, the recent recovery in unemployment and the continued surge in the stock market have managed to surprise just about everyone. These are also hard to fathom in the wake of...
According to the World Gold Council, May marked another month of positive fund flows into gold-backed ETFs.
24/7 Wall St. screened the BofA Securities precious metals research universe and found five gold stocks rated Buy that look like solid plays for investors starting to worry about renewed volatility.
Sometimes the best way to get a message out is visually. After all, there is an absolute media overload that occurs for many people who invest and for those who just watch the news. 24/7 Wall St. has...
The initial reaction might seem like Newmont investors felt a bit let down by its earnings report. But it has a lot going for it, and high gold prices might be only one driver here.
Silver is supposed to track gold to a certain extent, but in 2020 that just is not the case. Silver is proving to live up to its nickname the "Devil's Metal."
The World Gold Council announced on Wednesday that inflows into gold ETFs rose sharply in March. It was not just the United States driving gold.
Silver is supposed to be correlated to gold, so it should be rising by close to the same amount. Yet, there has been a disparity in the metals market.
The current coronavirus outbreak could be a pandemic. If so, one asset class could explode much higher. While gold traded to seven-year highs recently, the top could get blown off if things get...
The CEO of Barrick Gold said earlier this week that the world's supply of gold could fall 30% short of demand by 2029. Will a digital currency replace the missing gold? Is that even possible?