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Welcome to Our Almost Famous Gold Newsletter written daily by Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary after the COMEX close. This commentary will look at the gold, silver, platinum and palladium markets and consider what happened to create these changes on the trading floor. It will also offer world class commentary from other sources in a balanced and straightforward manner.

Gold Newsletter with Richard Schwary

President

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Gold Newsletter with Ken Edwards

Vice President

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The Gold Newsletter Week in Review

Gold Pitches Higher over Employment Data

Gold Pitches Higher over Employment Data Commentary for Friday, July 31, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed up $7.60 on the Comex today at $1095.70 – so prices closed firm. But that was about all that was “firm” today this being the second day that the price of gold survived an…

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Gold Closes Weaker in an Erratic Trading Pattern

Gold Closes Weaker in an Erratic Trading Pattern Commentary for Thursday, July 30, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed down $4.60 today on the Comex at $1088.10 – so we appear married to this cross-traffic at least on the shorter term. Yesterday’s close was $1092.70; Tuesday’s close was $1096.30 – so…

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Gold Remains Steady as the FOMC Stands Pat

 Gold Remains Steady as the FOMC Stands Pat Commentary for Wednesday, July 29, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed down $3.60 on the Comex today at $1092.70. Of course everyone was waiting for some indication as to what the Federal Open Market Committee will do with interest rates. The Federal Open…

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Gold Waits on the FOMC Outcome Tomorrow

Gold Waits on the FOMC Outcome Tomorrow Commentary for Tuesday, July 28, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed up a mild $1.60 today at $1096.30 on the Comex waiting for the results of the Federal Open Market Committee which is talking things over today and Wednesday. Of course they are talking…

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Gold Closes Firm Reflecting Friday’s Aftermarket

Gold Closes Firm Reflecting Friday’s Aftermarket Commentary for Monday, July 27, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed up $8.40 today on the Comex at $1094.70. It looks like gold is reacting to both an oversold condition and a weaker dollar as we begin a new trading week. The result of the…

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