Sprott Money News
Unfortunately, the news of late has been one bad thing after another, with geopolitical situations around the globe continuing to either deteriorate or simply flounder in their current degraded state, with little to no improvement in sight.Read More
I analyzed the COT data for
signs that the Palladium futures market was about to break down and when it was
clear that it had.
We've been monitoring and writing about palladium since the price first broke to new all-time highs in 2018. With the chart now seeming to go parabolic—and with misunderstanding and misinformation also at all-time highs—it seemed a great time to post this update.
A Zero Hedge report raises questions about whether journalists are leveraging insider access at the Bank of Canada to help high-frequency traders.Read More
All we have heard about for the past couple of weeks is the ongoing conflict between the United States and Iran—and the dire outcomes that situation may lead to.Read More
The reversal in metals and miners continues. It may go on for some time yet. There is no change to the possible targets provided last week except to add that we could see a double bottom in both Gold and Silver at 1466 and 16.50 respectively.
The battle continued in 2019, and rarely has the disparity been this sharp. And what do we mean?Read More
Gold, silver, oil, and the general markets as a whole have experienced one heck of a wild ride over the past week, as the conflict between the United States and Iran boiled over, turning from a war of words to an actual shooting war.Read More
Gold and Silver just hit new highs following a multi-month correction. It is interesting to note that none of the mining ETFs have broken their 2016 peaks. The only ETF to break its September high was SILJ.
The year 2019 unfolded just about as we predicted in our annual look-ahead post entitled "2010+9". And that's nice. But it's all for naught if we fail to correctly forecast where we go from here. With that in mind, here's a first look at what to expect in 2020.Read More
silver is like gold on steroids. A 42% spike in sales at the Royal Canadian
Mint during the third quarter, falling mine supply and shrinking recycling
stock could prove them right.
We got a definitive negatively-divergent peak on the 4-hour chart in Gold on December 31 at 1529 and appear to be heading south now.Read More
As we head into a new year, it’s a time for reflection. It‘s a time for thinking about the past and the future and how best to prepare yourself financially for 2020 and the years beyond.Read More
Both Gold and Silver have been drifting lower in a bullish flag pattern, but we’re still waiting for a definitive break one way or the other.Read More