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Outlook for Gold and Silver Stronger "NOW" than has been for Several Months

The coming days will go a long way in determining if we were right & the bear market is over, or the gold and silver rally was just another selling opportunity. Analysts see the US Dollar losing further ground & stock markets due for corrections. Also inflation seems firming up after a lengthy bout of weakness. The outlook for gold and silver seems stronger NOW, than it has been for several months.

Rate Hike Priced-in, Gold Prices to Rise as Fed Clings to Status Quo Later

One of the most important factors that will continue to impact post-election investor behavior will be the Fed’s rate hike trajectory in 2017. While the March rate hike has most likely been priced into the current weak gold prices, further rate hikes, to a large extent, depend on US economic data and the Trump administration’s policies. Gold prices will rise on the Fed’s clinging to the Status Quo.

Gold Trapped Between $1220 - $1180; India's Gold Demand Key

The up-move in gold, has been gradual as investors brace this week’s slew of important US macro releases. This week’s FOMC meeting, and the keenly watched US monthly jobs report, would be looked upon for fresh clues over the central bank’s near-term monetary policy outlook and eventually determine the next leg of directional move for the non-yielding yellow metal.

Gold Prices Rally Against Market Expectations. Will Bullish Run Continue?

Gold prices have started 2017 with a strong performance. This out performance so far has shocked the market as Gold prices had been under performing the market since Trump won the election in November. One question that gold investors are asking now is, will 2017 be as spectacular for the yellow metal as it was in 2016? The short and sweet answer is yes.

The Relevance Of Gold - Sprott's 3 Litmus Tests

Some view gold as an inflation hedge, others as a deflation hedge. During times of financial stress, some view gold as an asset to own, while others might view gold as an asset to short, because of gold’s historically inverse relation with the safe-harbor U.S. dollar. Many view gold as the ultimate “risk off” asset, and just as many view gold as the ultimate “risk on” trade.

Got Gold And Ready For The Next Bear Market?

Given the run-up in equity prices in recent years, we wouldn’t be surprised if the looming bear market, if it indeed becomes one, will last at least as long as historic bear markets. Are we already in a bear market in stocks? In this context, we study past bear markets to see whether gold may serve as a valuable diversifier for what’s ahead. Got gold?

Gold: An Attitude Adjustment for Bankers

A growing number of institutional analysts, that only a few weeks ago were singing a bearish tune have become bullish on the near-term outlook for Gold – The swift attitude adjustment is a testament to the strong impact of rising prices on the investor psyche.

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