Articles By: Livecharts.co.uk
Testimony from FOMC Chairman Ben Bernanke on Tuesday sparked an lot of volatility across a number of markets
It is one of the unwritten rules of the market, “Gold cannot make the FOMC Chairman look bad.”
Look, for months the Fed has been trying to have its cake and eat it too
On a day where FOMC chairman Ben Bernanke was testifying there was little hope that there would be any upside breakout to the price of gold.
Last night’s scare in the precious metals market could be summed up simply as programmed margin selling
All of the money being printed by the major central banks simply has nowhere else to go.
Long maturity bonds from a number of important governments have been rising for the past few weeks, most notably U.S.
The Yen smashed through ¥100 yesterday just in time to push the Euro below $1.30 today, taking Gold, Silver and U.S. Treasuries to the cleaners
Gold and Silver are both continuing to hold onto gains made after the historic—and wholly manufactured—crash that occurred between April 12th – April 15th.