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Outlook for Gold 2022

Gold Outlook 2022

Last week we published our Gold Outlook 2022 Report, our annual analysis of the gold and silver markets from CEO Keith Weiner. In it, Keith explains the market players, dynamics, fallacies, and drivers for gold and silver. The report also includes analysis of Bitcoin and its effect on the gold market as well as inflation, […]

Monetary Metals Releases Its Annual Gold Price Outlook Report

Monetary Metals Releases Its Annual Gold Price Outlook Report

Proprietary analysis is based on 75% historic-accuracy record Scottsdale, Ariz – February 2, 2022 Monetary Metals® has released its annual analysis of precious metals featuring its highly anticipated forecast for gold and silver prices this year. Monetary Metals’ Gold Outlook 2022 report can be downloaded for free here. The publication marks a decade of unique […]

Gold Price Smashdown vs Gold on Fire

Gold Smashdown vs Gold on Fire

No sooner did we write Silver Rorschach Test, than the price of gold flash-crashed, or was smashed down. On Sunday afternoon in Arizona—i.e. Monday morning in Australia and Asia—the gold price dropped sharply. Gold bug sources claim that the drop was $100, but as we can see from the price graph included in this report, […]

Basel III and Gold – Central Bankers Locking the Fire Exits

Basel III and Gold - Central Banks Locking the Fire Exits

This is a special guest post by Ross Norman, CEO of Metals Daily. This article on Basel III and Gold is republished here with Ross’s permission.  To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail, said Mark Twain. So it is that pundits have interpreted forthcoming Basel III rules as simply an opportunity […]

Gold’s Gone Wild!

Supply and Demand Report

Headline’s gone wild today. For example, one public gold company CEO tweeted: “Today, some banks failed to deliver physical in the COMEX bar EFP. As a result, these banks suffered large losses…There remains a big shortage in physical in the COMEX denomination. So, rumors are, the COMEX will announce a force majeure…” Ignoring his sloppy […]

Monetary Metals Gold Brief 2020

We apologize for not posting articles during January. We have been busy, and going forward will publish a separate Market Report every Monday morning plus macroeconomics essays later in the week, as time permits.   This is our annual analysis of the gold and silver markets. We look at the market players, dynamics, fallacies, drivers, […]

Monetary Metals Gold Outlook 2020

This is our annual, for-subscribers-only, analysis of the gold and silver markets. We look at the market players, dynamics, fallacies, drivers, and finally give our predictions for the prices of the metals over the coming year. Introduction Predicting the likely path of the prices of the metals in the near term is easy. Just look […]

Why Do Investors Tolerate It, Report 17 Dec 2018

For the first time since we began publishing this Report, it is a day late. We apologize. Keith has just returned Saturday from two months on the road. Unlike the rest of the world, we define inflation as monetary counterfeiting. We do not put the emphasis on quantity (and the dollar is not money, it’s […]

Wizard’s First Rule, Report 4 Nov 2018

Terry Goodkind wrote an epic fantasy series. The first book in the series is entitled Wizard’s First Rule. We recommend the book highly, if you’re into that sort of thing. However, for purposes of this essay, the important part is the rule itself: “Wizard’s First Rule: people are stupid.” “People are stupid; given proper motivation, […]

Crying Wolf, Report 22 July 2018

Quantity Theory Revisited The price of gold fell another ten bucks and that of silver another 28 cents. Perspective: if you’re waiting for the right moment to buy, the market is offering you a better deal than it did last week (literally, the price of gold is a 7.2% discount to the fundamental vs. 4.6% […]