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'Death Cross' strikes U.S. dollar as virus cases grow - By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed Reuters Wednesday, July 8, 2020 NEW YORK -- A resurgent coronavirus pandemic in the United States and the prospect of improving growth abroad are souring some investors on the dollar, threatening a years-long rally in the currency. The dollar index is off 6% from its recent highs, while net bets against the currency in futures markets stand near their highest level since 20...

Profit from mining shares and help GATA -- subscribe to The Calandra Report - 11:30a ET Wednesday, July 8, 2020 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: With gold and silver straining to break higher and their mining shares already starting to fly, our friend Thom Calandra's financial letter is an ever-more compelling read, and Thom is renewing his generous offer to GATA and to GATA supporters who subscribe. The Calandra Report emphasizes junior gold and silver mining companies, as...

London metals trader Maguire and GATA consultant Organ discuss collapse of fractional-reserve gold banking system - 10:41p Tuesday, July 7, 2020 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: The imminent collapse of the fractional-reserve gold banking system is the primary topic of a discussion between London metals trader and Kinesis Money founder Andrew Maguire and GATA consultant Harvey Organ, a student of the gold and silver markets for 50 years. They review: -- Organ's lifelong interest in the monetary metals. -- His a...

Alasdair Macleod: A potential crisis in Comex gold - 8:30p Tuesday, July 7, 2020 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: GoldMoney research director Alasdair Macleod writes tonight that it seems increasingly difficult for bullion banks to cover their short positions in gold futures in New York. Macleod writes: "The August active contract runs off the board at the end of this month and bullion banks are likely to be forced into large delivery volumes again...

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Sinking real rates drive gold higher - 7:58p Tuesday, July 7, 2020 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Gold's rising price closely correlates with the trend toward negative real interest rates, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke explains today in commentary at Sprott Money. Hemke writes: "If gold's primary competition as a Tier 1 asset is a U.S. treasury bond, and if that treasury bond now comes with a negative, inflation-adjusted return ...

Kitco News

Fighting COVID-19 with a mask made out of gold - (Kitco News) - A businessman from India requested a special kind of face mask to help him fight the spread of the coronavirus — one worth $4,000 and made out of gold.

Gold, silver bulls flex their muscles, more upside likely - (Kitco News) - Gold prices are up in midday U.S. trading Wednesday and have scored another nine-year high of $1,829.80 in September futures.

'We still like gold at these levels': Prices can move another $500 by end of next year - Wells Fargo - (Kitco News) - Gold has been on a sprint since last year, breaking all kinds of residence levels, including $1,300, $1,400, $1,500, $1,600, $1,700 and now $1,800 an ounce.

Where is gold headed next week? Vote now! - (Kitco News) - Kitco aficionados, it is now time to have your say in where you think gold prices are heading in the short-term

First Quantum gets green light for Cobre Panama - (Kitco News) - First Quantum Minerals (TSX:FM) said yesterday that Cobre Panama can resume full production.

Analysts keep an eye on an Alaskan barge and its broken loading arm - (Kitco News) - A loading arm has failed on one of the barges that ships zinc concentrate from Teck's Red Dog operations in Alaska.

ScoZinc touts pre-feasibility showing IRR of 52% - (Kitco News) - ScoZinc Mining (TSX-V:SZM) said yesterday that its pre-feasibility study shows pre-tax net present value of C$156 million and an internal rate of return of 52% for its Scotia Mine, 62 kilometers of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Risk aversion is back and it is helping gold stay at its 9-year high - Commerzbank - (Kitco News) - Risk-off sentiment amid increased coronavirus cases in the U.S. is supporting gold above $1,810 an ounce on Wednesday morning, which marks a fresh 9-year high, according to Commerzbank.

The world threw away $57 billion in gold, silver, copper found in E-waste - (Kitco News) - Consumers around the world threw away $57 billion last year, according to a report from the United Nations' Global E-waste Monitor 2020.

Macro forces are driving gold prices higher - TD Securities - (Kitco News) - Macro forces are the main driver pushing gold prices higher, says TD Securities.

Reuters Business News

Unemployment payments backlog draws hundreds to Kentucky's capital - Hundreds of people who lost jobs during the coronavirus crisis but have been unable to get their unemployment insurance checks converged at the Kentucky Capitol in Frankfort early Wednesday to seek in-person help.

Lufthansa investor Thiele seeks talks with German government: Handelsblatt - Lufthansa's biggest shareholder, German billionaire Heinz Hermann Thiele, has reached out to Berlin politicians for talks, Handelsblatt said, the latest step in a standoff over the airline's 9 billion euro ($10.1 billion) bailout.

Colgate reviewing Chinese toothpaste brand Darlie amid debate on racial inequality - Colgate-Palmolive on Thursday said it was working to review and evolve its Chinese toothpaste brand, Darlie, the latest in a string of brand reassessments amid a U.S. debate on racial inequality.

Exclusive: Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness - A newly discovered spyware effort attacked users through 32 million downloads of extensions to Google's market-leading Chrome web browser, researchers at Awake Security told Reuters, highlighting the tech industry's failure to protect browsers as they are used more for email, payroll and other sensitive functions.

Tesla wants to start building a new U.S. vehicle plant this summer - Electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc wants to start building a new and large vehicle assembly plant in the southwestern United States as early as the third quarter of this year, the company told Texas officials in documents made public this week.

S&P 500 muted as virus cases rise, jobless claims weigh - The S&P 500 was little changed on Thursday as coronavirus infections picked up again in parts of the United States and data showed an elevated level of weekly jobless claims, lending weight to predictions of a prolonged economic recovery.

Trump to nominate lawyer Crenshaw to fill SEC Democratic commissioner slot - The White House announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump intends to nominate Caroline Crenshaw to fill a Democratic vacancy at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

U.S. labor market improvement stalling; second wave of layoffs seen - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, but the pace of decline has stalled amid a second wave of layoffs as companies battle weak demand and fractured supply chains, supporting views that the economy faces a long and difficult recovery from the COVID-19 recession.

LATAM Airlines says operations to plunge 50% by year's end - LATAM Airlines Chief Executive Roberto Alvo said on Thursday he expects the region´s largest carrier to be operating at half of pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2020, and that a full recovery was unlikely for at least 3-4 years.

Ford's redesigned F-150 pickup will offer greater connectivity, sleeper seat - Ford Motor Co next week will show the next generation of its brawny F-150 pickup truck that offers a new sleeper-seat feature and over-the-air software updates in a machine Ford is counting on to help pay off coronavirus-related debts.

Zero Hedge

Fired Ukraine Minister Dons Skimpy Bikini, Launches New Party To Fight Corruption Of "Pants-Wearing Idiots" - Fired Ukraine Minister Dons Skimpy Bikini, Launches New Party To Fight Corruption Of "Pants-Wearing Idiots" Tyler Durden Thu, 07/09/2020 - 04:15 Ukraine's former deputy infrastructure minister, Aleksandra Klitina, recently released a racy video announcement of a new political party while partially exposing upper chest cleavage, reported RT News.  Klitina, 37, apparently ...

2020: A Rough Year For Greta? - 2020: A Rough Year For Greta? Tyler Durden Thu, 07/09/2020 - 03:30 Via 21st Century Wire, The tea leaves are beginning to turn out. This may well be the year in which the climate change movement begins to go off the rails. It started off great, as elites and climatists descended on Davos to press home what looked to be the final mile in ramming through the adoption of...

83% Of German Firms With International Exposure Warn of Collapsing Revenues  - 83% Of German Firms With International Exposure Warn of Collapsing Revenues  Tyler Durden Thu, 07/09/2020 - 02:45 Germany eased strict social distancing restrictions on April 20 and started the process of reopening its economy as the virus pandemic curve flatten. However, the consequence of closing businesses and forcing people to stay home, along with shutdowns of intern...

Turkey To Hold Massive Naval Exercise Off Libyan Coast In 'Message To Egypt' - Turkey To Hold Massive Naval Exercise Off Libyan Coast In 'Message To Egypt' Tyler Durden Thu, 07/09/2020 - 02:00 Via, In a noticeable step in terms of timing and location, the Turkish Navy announced that it would soon conduct massive naval exercises off the Libyan coast. Turkish media quoted the navy as saying that the expected maneuvers would be called...

The Great Race Bait: Don't Fall For It Conservative America - The Great Race Bait: Don't Fall For It Conservative America Tyler Durden Wed, 07/08/2020 - 23:45 Authored by Brandon Smith via, Isn't it odd that the political left claims to be so adamantly opposed to racism, yet they are the first people in the room to make generalizations based on race? Maybe it's not so odd, at least when you consider the history of so...

Qatar Selling World's Largest Private Jet As Recession Bites  - Qatar Selling World's Largest Private Jet As Recession Bites  Tyler Durden Wed, 07/08/2020 - 23:25 Qatar's economy contracted for the first time in two decades in 2019. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a prolonged downturn in the Arab country, weighed down primarily by slumping energy prices and collapsed world trade.  As a result of the virus-induced downturn, the ...

A Swarm Of Swarms: Toward Aerospace Warfare Model Of The 21st Century - A Swarm Of Swarms: Toward Aerospace Warfare Model Of The 21st Century Tyler Durden Wed, 07/08/2020 - 23:05 Written and produced by SF Team: J.Hawk, Daniel Deiss, Edwin Watson, While the phrase “system of systems” has entered relatively common usage some years ago as a reflection of the need to field systems and assets with complementary capabilities that will operate as ...

California 'Utterly Failing' As 2 Million Residents Waiting For Unemployment Checks - California 'Utterly Failing' As 2 Million Residents Waiting For Unemployment Checks Tyler Durden Wed, 07/08/2020 - 22:45 Approximately two million Californians are still waiting for their unemployment checks from the first three months of the government-mandated COVID-19 lockdowns, according to the San Jose Mercury News which cites government data. Unemployed residents...

Is Strzok Memo The Rosetta Stone Of Obamagate? - Is Strzok Memo The Rosetta Stone Of Obamagate? Tyler Durden Wed, 07/08/2020 - 22:25 Authored by Frank Miele via, So much happens so fast in a world with a 15-minute news cycle that it’s difficult for a journalist to stop and breathe, let alone ponder the meaning of the latest breathless reporting. As an example, it seems like it was months ago wh...

Hong Kong Schools Must Ensure "Patriotic" Content & Remove Books Breaching China Security Law - Hong Kong Schools Must Ensure "Patriotic" Content & Remove Books Breaching China Security Law Tyler Durden Wed, 07/08/2020 - 22:05 Things in Hong Kong have rapidly gone straight Orwellian very quickly after the July 1 enactment of the new national security law. As we detailed this week activists are busy scrubbing their digital footprints, including deleting social media...

MarketWatch - Top Stories

Europe Markets: European stocks edge higher after SAP cites stronger-than-expected recovery - European stocks advanced on Thursday, heading higher after two days of losses as one of the Continent’s biggest technology companies said its recovery was surprisingly strong.

The Moneyist: ‘I’m having a hard time understanding how earning over $200,000 a year is too much to qualify for a decent stimulus check’ - ‘People who are making nothing or very little are receiving this money, so why can’t the people who are paying the most taxes receive some of it back?’

The Moneyist: I told my family I boycott Chick-fil-A over its support of anti-LGBTQ causes — now they ‘like’ it on Facebook and go there for lunch - ‘At best, the company’s stance is irrelevant to these particular siblings. At worst, these positions are a key reason for their support.’

Here’s why carbon emissions at utilities can fall even during a powerful economy - Carbon emissions from the U.S. power sector fell 8% last year even with the economy growing, as utilities increasingly dropped coal for cheaper natural gas and renewables.

Key Words: Japanese amusement parks urge silence on roller coasters: ‘Please scream inside your heart’ - Fuji-Q Highland and other amusement parks in Japan, including Tokyo Disneyland, have banned screaming on rides.

: CBS All Access to stream all UEFA Champions League matches starting in August -
TaxWatch: Are you receiving unemployment? Read this before filing your taxes - This potential snag is a ‘fixable problem.’

CityWatch: Under proposed plan, NYC students to attend in-person classes two or three times a week in September - Families can opt to keep their children at home and distance learning five days a week.

Mark Hulbert: This spot-on predictor of who will win the 2020 presidential election is not the stock market or even opinion polls - Online betting markets are better at forecasting the U.S. presidential election outcome.

Key Words: ‘The market isn’t pricing in an all-clear on the economy,’ say BofA analysts, who say the S&P 500 will end the year at 2900 - BofA head of equity research Savita Subramanian calls herself not a bear, yet she sees mostly risks to the downside for markets.


Global Silver Investment Demand To Surge While Supply Weak (World Silver Survey 2020)  - ◆ WORLD SILVER SURVEY 2020 from the SILVER INSTITUTE GLOBAL SILVER DEMAND EDGED HIGHER IN 2019, WITH INVESTMENT DEMAND UP 12%, WHILE SILVER MINE SUPPLY FELL FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR Global silver demand was pushed higher in 2019, with a 12 percent increase in investment demand as retail and institutional investors focused their attention […] The post Global Silver Investment Demand To Su...

Gold Market Supply Chain Shows Strong Resilience Amid Disruption - The gold supply chain is truly global. Gold is mined on every continent except Antarctica, refined into bars and coins in numerous countries, and distributed far and wide. This geographical dispersion not only brings stability to the gold market, it is also necessary to satisfy demand. But the onset and scale of the COVID-19 pandemic […] The post Gold Market Supply Chain Shows Strong Resilience...

China May Have Over 10,000 Tons of Gold and The U.S. Has Less Than 8,100 Tons - ◆ SILVER SHOULD BE 10x HIGHER & WARREN BUFFETT IS “TALKING HIS BOOK” ON GOLD” Tom of Palisade Radio welcomes Mark O’Byrne, Research Director and founder of GoldCore, back to the show. GoldCore is Ireland’s leading gold bullion broker and storage specialist (est. 2003). Mark discusses the overall world economy and how it will only […] The post China May Have Over 10,000 Tons of Gold and The U.S....


COMEX New York vaults add 730 tonnes of gold since the end of March - Since late March over 700 tonnes of gold has flowed into COMEX gold vaults in New York triggered by sn EFP gold delivery failure on 23-24 March.

Central banker Musical Chairs at the LBMA – Fed exits, Banque de France joins - When former central bankers occupy a majoirty of "independent" positions on the LBMA Board, the question must be asked, why they are so keen on gold.

The Curious Case of COMEX Gold Deliveries in April and June - The seismic shock which London and New York gold markets experienced over 23-24 March has left a lot of fallout, not least gigantic COMEX gold deliveries.


Fewer People Pay Their Rent on Time in July - The percentage of people paying rent so far this month fell 2.3% to 77.4%. Data is as of  as of July 6.

United Warns It May Cut 36,000 Employees -
Trump Claims to Have Saved 51 Million Jobs -
5 Senators are Thumbs Down to Attending Republican Convention - Five Republican Senators have canceled plans to attend the Republican National Convention in August.

Sweden's Covid Experiment is Now a Certified Failure - Sweden gained nothing from less social distancing restrictions.

James Rickards

Depression and the Great American Exodus - This post Depression and the Great American Exodus appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The economy may not reach 2019 output levels until 2023 at the earliest, and full employment may not return until 2025… The post Depression and the Great American Exodus appeared first on Daily Reckoning.

The Election’s a Toss-up - This post The Election’s a Toss-up appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Jim Rickards shows you why the November election is a 50-50 coin toss right now… The post The Election’s a Toss-up appeared first on Daily Reckoning.

Will Trump Win Reelection? - This post Will Trump Win Reelection? appeared first on Daily Reckoning. “I’ve often defended Trump’s policies, especially regarding trade with China, so I certainly can’t be accused of being anti-Trump”… The post Will Trump Win Reelection? appeared first on Daily Reckoning.

SRSrocco Report

Silver & Gold BREAKOUT Above Important Technical Levels - Today, both silver and gold broke above important technical levels.  The gold price hasn’t been this high since September 2011 when it peaked at $1,923 during that month.  Silver finally pushed through the critical $18.50 level and closed at $19.16, according to prices on First, let’s look at silver.  While silver is still lagging...

TOTAL MARKET INSANITY: Toyota vs. Tesla - The present market insanity reminds me of the similar mentality of Americans right before the 1929 stock market crash and the pre-1999 Tech Bubble.  However, the big difference today is that technology has destroyed the ability of investors to understand the meaning of VALUE.  The notion that technology makes the world better fails the test...

Peru’s 2020 Silver Production Down By One-Third Due To Mine Lock-downs - The world’s second-largest silver producer saw its mine supply fall by one-third due to lockdowns stemming from the global contagion.  When the Peru Ministry of Mines released its metals production figures last month for April, the country’s domestic silver mine supply fell by a stunning 74%. Then on July 3rd, Peru released its production figures...

Wolf Street

No V-Shaped Recovery for Airlines. Ticket Sales Slide Again. United Announces 36,000 “Involuntary Furloughs” - “Increase in Covid-19 cases negatively impacting industry demand”: United

Pandemic Compresses Brick & Mortar Meltdown: Brooks Brothers Files for Bankruptcy, Ascena (Ann Taylor, etc.) Prepares to File, Tailored Brands (Men’s Wearhouse, etc.) Not Far Behind - A dozen major brands, thousands of stores, after years of struggling. Work-from-home is annihilating casual and formal office attire.

US House Prices to Drop 6.6% by May 2021, First Annual Decline since Jan. 2012: CoreLogic, Owner of the Case-Shiller Index - And this, after years of being unwaveringly bullish in its housing market predictions.

TF Metals Report

Surging Prices - By TF 58 Comments | 22 Likes With little Bank interference and a continued favorable interest rate environment, spot gold ha surpassed $1800 today for the first time since 2011 and it is dragging Comex silver along for the ride, too. Where do you start today? I guess with where we left off last night. In the Tuesday podcast, it was stated that a move above XAU (spot) $1800 was coming and, ...

Monkey Jam - By TF 65 Comments | 13 Likes Tuesday begins with prices walked back in London and then shoved lower at precisely 8:30 ET. But the day ahead is going to be a long one and this week is all about the Friday close, regardless. So we'll see where we go from here. The action was fine most of last evening but once The London Monkeys took over, CDG was walked back to the tune of $12....and CDS was...

New Week, Same "Markets" - By TF 35 Comments | 15 Likes After a three-day weekend, it's always challenging to get your head screwed back on. So we'll ease into it today as we look ahead to what should be a relatively quiet week of news and datapoints. Should be ...THAT is the key phrase. There are a lot of things in 2020 that should have been normal and usual but it sure hasn't worked out that way. So,...

Gold-Eagle News

Gold Price Forecast: Gold In Consolidation - Stocks Minimum Decline Met - By Jim Curry - December 08, 2019Last week's trading saw gold bottoming on Monday, here doing so with the tag of the 1459.80 (February, 2020 contract). From there, a sharp rally was seen into mid-week, with the metal pushing all the way up to a high of 1489.90 - before selling...

Sell The NASDAQ Index…And Buy Gold - By Egon von Greyerz - December 04, 2019In the long history of governments and central banks deceiving the people, August 15 1971 was just another date in the calendar. Throughout history, the ruling elite has always cheated the people. But the leaders’ irresponsible actions are...

Gold Price Forecast: Gold Prepping For Multi-Week Rally - By Jim Curry - December 01, 2019Last week's trading saw gold forming its low early in the week - here doing so with the tag of the 1456.70 figure (February, 2020 contract), made on a Tuesday time bottom. From there, strength was seen into later in the week, with the metal...


Gold/Silver Ratio Timeline (1862-2020) - Number of silver ounces worth 1 oz Gold (1862-2020) Courtest of SD Bullion

Fed Chairman: “We’re Not Even Thinking about Thinking About Raising Rates” - Market volatility has suddenly spiked in recent days came after the Federal Reserve vowed last Wednesday to keep its benchmark rate near zero through 2022. That’s an unusually long period for the Fed to be projecting rate policy. It reflects the fact that it will take many months and perhaps years for the tens of millions of jobs that were recently lost to return. During his press conference, C...

Frank Holmes: “Silver is going to have a sudden, massive move to $50 that everyone will be surprised over…” - Mike Gleason: It is my privilege now to welcome back Michael Pento president and founder of Pento Portfolio Services. Michael is a well-known money manager, market commentator, and author of the book, The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market. He’s been a regular guest with us over the years, and it’s always a pleasure to have him on with us. Michael, th...

Jim Sinclair

In The News Today - Bill Holter’s Commentary Bravo Erik, if you are riding through central Texas, I will drink a beer or two with you!

Jim’s Mailbox - Jim/Bill, Berkshire now owns more than $91 billion in Apple shares, representing 43% of the conglomerate’s entire portfolio — We are close to the end IMPOV! GG Our friend GG checks in with a head scratcher. Even though Mr. Warren sits on a pile of cash (because he cannot find value), 43% of his stock... Read more »

JP Morgan Will Stop Shorting Silver – Craig Hemke - By Greg Hunter’s Financial writer and precious metals expert Craig Hemke has predicted for the last year and a half that “high demand coupled with low supply will unlock the price of precious metals.”  Nowhere has that prediction been more on target than in the gold price.  This year, it looks like gold prices... Read more »

The Derailing Train of Debt, vs Currencies, vs Precious Metals - Great and wonderful Tuesday Morning Folks,      Precious Metals are rarely allowed a follow thru day after a nice and positive move up is made like yesterday, with Gold now at $1,784.20, down $9.20 after hitting a low of $1,781.20 with the high so far today at $1,797.60. Silver is leading us lower, as usual,... Read more »

Living in a Permanent Distortion – Nomi Prins - By Greg Hunter’s (Early Sunday Release) Three time best-selling book author Nomi Prins says long before the Covid 19 crisis, the global economy was faltering big time.  The Fed stepped in with the start of massive money printing in late 2019 to save the day.  Prins explains, “We were already in crisis mode as... Read more »

Silver Doctors

Pizza Hut’s Largest American Franchisee Files For Bankruptcy Due To Coronavirus - Pizza chains still face challenges from the pandemic. Even if their lead in the delivery business helped slow the economic effects of shutdown orders… by Franz Walker via Natural News […] The post Pizza Hut’s Largest American Franchisee Files For Bankruptcy Due To Coronavirus appeared first on Silver Doctors.

Economic Depression and The Great American Exodus - What the U.S. economy is going through right now is far worse than a technical recession? (Silver Doctors Editors) Many gold and silver investors like to follow the writing of […] The post Economic Depression and The Great American Exodus appeared first on Silver Doctors.

TOTAL STOCK MARKET INSANITY: Toyota vs. Tesla - If we compare the market fundamentals for Toyota and Tesla, investors have gone completely insane…  by Steve St Angelo of SRSrocco Report The present market insanity reminds me of the […] The post TOTAL STOCK MARKET INSANITY: Toyota vs. Tesla appeared first on Silver Doctors.

NOTICE: U.S. WITHDRAWING From WHO! – This Is A MASSIVE Power Shift! - Many cheer the move while others have absolute panic attacks.The truth is that neither side is right… by Josh Sigurdson of World Alternative Media Josh Sigurdson reports on the notice […] The post NOTICE: U.S. WITHDRAWING From WHO! – This Is A MASSIVE Power Shift! appeared first on Silver Doctors.

Real Rates Drive Gold Higher - Not only do we know that the long-term trend in gold prices is heavily-impacted by real interest rates, we can also see this play out in…  by Craig Hemke via […] The post Real Rates Drive Gold Higher appeared first on Silver Doctors.

Harvey Organ

JULY 8//GOLD RISES AGAIN UP $13.75 TO $1810.85//SILVER BREAKS THE $18.50 BARRIER TO $18.70 UP 37 CENTS//COMEX GOLD STANDING 20.3 TONNES: A RECORD FOR A NON ACTIVE DELIVERY MONTH//LOOKS LIKE AUGUST ... - GOLD:$1810.85  UP $13.75   The quote is London spot price         Silver:$18.70// UP 37 CENTS  London spot price     Closing access prices:  London spot i)Gold : $1809.00  LONDON SPOT  4:30 pm   ii)SILVER:  $18.72//LONDON SPOT  4:30 pm CLOSING FUTURES PRICES:  KEY MONTHS     AUG GOLD:  $1820.7  CLOSE 1.30 PM//   SPREAD SPOT/FUTURE […]

King World News

GOLD BREAKOUT: More Significant Than $1,920 High, Plus A Rocket Launch For Silver - On the heels of gold trading well above the key $1,800 level and silver surging toward $19, gold's breakout is more significant than the $1,920 high, plus a rocket launch for silver. The post GOLD BREAKOUT: More Significant Than $1,920 High, Plus A Rocket Launch For Silver appeared first on King World News.

NEW GOLD & SILVER TARGETS JUST ISSUED! Gold Just Had A Major Breakout As Silver Surges Higher Out Of Consolidation - Today new gold and silver targets were just issued as the gold market sees a major breakout and silver surges higher out of consolidation. The post NEW GOLD & SILVER TARGETS JUST ISSUED! Gold Just Had A Major Breakout As Silver Surges Higher Out Of Consolidation appeared first on King World News.

9 YEAR HIGH: Look At Who Just Said Gold Is Now Going To Surge Above $2,000 - With the price of gold trading AT A 9-year high, well above $1,800, look at who just said gold is now going to surge above $2,000. The post 9 YEAR HIGH: Look At Who Just Said Gold Is Now Going To Surge Above $2,000 appeared first on King World News.

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