As the bearish sentiment prevails, I continue to pay attention to the demand and supply metrics to see where gold prices are headed next. Looking at these factors, it’s clear why I’m bullish on gold.
Central Banks to Drive Gold Prices Higher
Central banks have been very active when it comes to buying gold. They have been buying since 2009 and haven’t stopped, as many suggested they would…. Read More
The gold outlook for 2015 has, so far, been dull, but considering external factors, things could turn around for gold prices in 2015.
Economic Drivers Affecting Gold Price Forecast for 2015… Read More
Between 2001 and 2011, the price of gold soared more than 600% to $1,923 per ounce. Despite the poor performance of gold since then (trading near $1,200), economic and supply/demand factors suggest a bullish gold price forecast for 2015, with a turnaround for gold prices expected in the second half of the year and into 2016.
Looking at the demand and supply situation for gold bullion, it doesn’t look like the precious metal’s price will stay at the current level much longer. Quality gold mining companies are very attractive right now at their depressed stock prices.
Gold Bullion Demand Surging in 2015
In March, gold imports in India were expected to increase to 100 metric tons, up from just 25 tons in February…. Read More
Top Countries with the Largest Gold Reserves
Is Gold Bullion at a Crossroads?
Gold has had a remarkable run since it started its nascent rise in early 2001, climbing more than 650% between April 2001 and September 2011. Since then, gold prices have either taken a breather or are preparing for another upswing. Based on the gold purchases made by central banks over the last three years, it appears as though many are preparing for the worst…. Read More
I am looking at two factors to see where gold prices are headed next: the Federal Reserve’s actions and the U.S. dollar. They are unanimously pointing toward the upside.
Let me explain…
Price of Gold and Federal Reserve’s Interest Rates Decision… Read More
On March 18, the Federal Reserve provided guidance on what it will do regarding interest rates.