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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 Lower – It’s the French Election

Gold Lower – It’s the French Election Commentary for Monday, April 24, 2017 – Gold closed down $13.30 at $1275.80 today – yes it was down but the numbers are not bad considering. This is the scenario in gold of late – it will change as reality sets in but in…


Gold Firm as Europe Considers Options

Gold Firm as Europe Considers Options Commentary for Friday, April 21, 2017 – Gold closed up $5.30 at $1289.10 and once again holds its ground. So where are we going into the weekend? I think traders are cautious but not ambivalent – on the short term gold is in the green…


Gold Holds its Ground

Gold Holds its Ground Commentary for Thursday, April 20, 2017 – Gold closed up $0.40 at $1283.80 today in quiet trading. So gold continues to settle – in what is turning out to be a Goldilocks situation – not too hot and not too cold. Traders did buy yesterday’s dip in…


Gold Sees Mild Profit Taking

Gold Sees Mild Profit Taking Commentary for Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – Gold closed down $10.70 today at $1283.40. Gold turned lower in the overnight London market reaching $1275.00 before bouncing higher in the domestic market. A stronger dollar is one of three reasons gold remains off balance. The Dollar Index…


Gold Traders Continue to Buy the Dip

Gold Traders Continue to Buy the Dip Commentary for Tuesday, April 18, 2017 – Gold closed up $2.20 today at $1294.10 in choppy trading. This is in keeping with our thoughts that its price has overreached these past few weeks – especially in its reaction to Trump’s comments last week indicating…


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