After peaking in January, gold seems to have no immediate signs of slowing down.
Palladium is now the most expensive precious metal in the market and its price could rise multiple times in the coming months.
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One gold standard fact known to all is that it was terminated by President Nixon in August 1971.
The major U.S. indices rose on average 3%. Most are now up 10%-15% on the year. Are we on the cusp of a blow-off move?
Daily volatility has been reduced since early last month and the Dow Jones is expected to continue advancing to new all-time highs.
Are we in a bear market? Or is the bear over with the December low and we are entering a new bull market?
After hitting its eight-month high at $1,300 on Jan. 30, analysts now predict that gold could sustain this performance throughout the year and into 2020.
World trade is beginning to slide as Italy and Germany could be leading the Eurozone into a recession. Meanwhile, U.S. unemployment rate jumped.
For the past three years the path of the least resistance for gold and silver has been upward, except for brief market corrections.