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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 Surprises into Memorial Day

Gold Surprises into Memorial Day     Commentary for Friday, May 26, 2017  – Gold closed up $11.70 today at $1268.10 so it turns out to be more interesting going into the long Memorial Day weekend than I thought it would – but let’s not get carried away. The market began…

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Gold Remains Quiet into Memorial Day

Gold Remains Quiet into Memorial Day Commentary for Thursday, May 25, 2017 – Gold closed up $3.30 at $1256.40. Gold held steady in overnight trading and moved between $1254.00 and $1258.00 in the domestic trade – so it looks pretty quiet out there – today’s upward bias reflects yesterday’s aftermarket. I…


Gold May Like the FOMC Notes

Gold May Like the FOMC Notes   Commentary for Wednesday, May 24, 2017 ( – Gold closed down $2.40 today at $1253.10 but the aftermarket trend firmed moving into the green more than $3.00 most likely in reaction to the release of the FOMC minutes. Gold traded relatively flat overnight…

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Gold Sees Mild Profit Taking

Gold Sees Mild Profit Taking   Commentary for Tuesday, May 23, 2017 ( – Gold closed down $5.90 at $1255.50. Gold traded relatively flat in the overseas market and opened choppy in the domestic market – trading between $1259.00 and $1263.00 but finally moved lower on the close as the…


Gold Continues to Stay Focused

Gold Continues to Stay Focused   Commentary for Monday, May 22, 2017 – Gold closed up $7.00 at $1261.40 and has finished higher in 5 of the past 6 trading days for a total gain during that time of $32.90. Gold began trending higher on the open – pushing over…


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