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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.

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The Gold Newsletter Week in Review

Gold Holding Recent Gains – For Now

Gold Holding Recent Gains – For Now Commentary for Friday Feb 17, 2017 – Gold closed down $2.50 at $1239.10. While gold did finish a bit to the downside the market this week has been choppy but firm up $3.20. Granted not a big deal but gold has been higher…


Gold Continues to Rise

Gold Continues to Rise Commentary for Thursday Feb 16, 2017 – Gold closed up $8.50 at $1241.60 today. This looks like one of those typical days when the dollar moves lower and gold moves higher. The Dollar Index closed yesterday at 101.09 and today is trading around 100.54 with traders citing…


Gold Continues to Find Traction

Gold Continues to Find Traction Commentary for Wednesday Feb 15, 2017 ( – Gold closed up $7.70 today at $1233.10 in choppy trading – the market opened flat sold off to $1216.00 and then recovered into the $1230.00 range so the action today was similar to yesterday. Traders are buying…


Gold and the Fear Factor

Gold and the Fear Factor Commentary for Tuesday Feb 14, 2017 ( – Gold closed down $0.40 today at $1225.40 and is only $14.00 away from a new yearly high close. And today’s price is all about the Yellen testimony – our Fed Chief is much more upbeat than I…


Gold Moves Lower on Profit Taking

Gold Moves Lower on Profit Taking Commentary for Monday Feb 13, 2017 ( – Gold closed down $10.10 at $1225.80. This was the drop in prices I expected Friday – the dollar is zooming along and encouraged by the talks between Trump and Japan’s Prime Minster Abe and Wall Street…


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