Silver Investing Articles
Gold's Flash Crash And Limited Follow-Through Greenback Gains
A flash crash saw gold drop more than $70 an ounce in early Asia. Silver was dragged lower too. The precious metals have stabilized at lower levels, but it signals a rough adjustment to a higher interest rate environment as a hawkish BOE and strong US employment data suggest peak monetary stimulus is at hand.
by Marc Chandler
Motivated Reasoning About Silver
The dollar has (by far) the greatest quantity, and yet, far from the least purchasing power. It is one of the strongest currencies, despite - or perhaps because of - this fact. Also, the price of silver measured in dollars does not go up as a function of increases in the quantity of dollars.
by Keith Weiner
Rerating: Top 50 mining companies double in value from covid low
Despite gold losing sight of last year’s record, a cooled copper price and iron ore markets that will struggle to move higher from current levels, MINING.COM’s ranking of the world’s 50 most valuable miners marched to a new high of $1.47 trillion at the end of the second quarter.
Gold And Silver Miners Are Generating Record Cash Flows
Last month we explained why we like containership operations like Danaos Corp. (DAC) and Zim Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM) that are having the best time they've had in years, allowing them to generate significant cash flows.
by The Fortune Teller
The FOMC and half-year take-down
This week saw a massive sell-off, sparked by three factors: the approaching half-year end, the FOMC admitting that inflation may become a problem (but they still don’t think so), and the implementation of the Basel 3 net stable funding ratio. Consequently, from last Friday’s close gold in the UK’s time zone this morning was trading at $1792, down $85 from last Friday’s close, after a low of $1768 yesterday (Thursday). On the same time scales, silver fell $1.47 to $26.40, after a low of $25.78.
by Alasdair Macleod
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