- GDXBarrons.com•40 minutes ago
Gold came out of its slum this year, advancing by 24%, a figure last seen in 2011, as investors worry about all the paper money major central banks are throwing around the globe. This blogger's piece earlier this week "Why Gold Could Be Worth $1,700/oz: Deutsche" has gained a fair amount of traction with readers. Deutsche's argument makes sense: September rate hike or not, the balance sheets of the main four central banks - US, China, Japan, and EU - have expanded by 300% since the beginning of 2005.
- SLVInvestor's Business Daily•5 hours ago
A healthy correction may be ahead for the largest gold ETF, a top performer in its class in 2016.