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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 Sees Minor Traction

Gold Sees Minor Traction Commentary for Thursday, June 22, 2017 – Gold closed up $3.60 at $1249.40. Gold was quite in overnight Hong Kong and London trading – seeing a $4.00 range and the domestic market opened higher pushing to $1254.00 before seeing a bit of selling pressure. So you might…


Gold Does Not Cave?

Gold Does Not Cave? Commentary for Wednesday, June 21, 2017 ( – Gold closed up $2.30 at $1245.80. The market opened around unchanged from yesterday – pitched lower ($1241.00) and then recovered to $1246.00. This is the “number” I was referring to yesterday – a small region where the market…

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Gold Continues to Fret over Interest Rates

Gold Continues to Fret over Interest Rates Commentary for Tuesday, June 20, 2017 ( – Gold closed down $3.20 at $1243.50. With Fed member Dudley looking forward to more interest rate increases perhaps even this year the dollar moved higher pressuring gold lower – the Dollar Index today moved from…


Gold Continues Lower

Gold Continues Lower Commentary for Monday, June 19, 2017 ( – Gold closed down $9.80 today at $1246.70. Today’s lower numbers basically look like follow through selling. Last week gold was down $14.90 – not too bad considering but this market is struggling over a number of factors – higher…


Gold Holds Up into the Weekend

Gold Holds Up into the Weekend Commentary for Friday, June 16, 2017 ( – Gold closed up $1.90 at $1256.50 which is a bit surprising – I thought this market would have weakened since Wednesday but on a week full of surprises gold has only lost $14.90. So what’s up?…


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