The number-one problem for gold and silver investors is that the world does not end very often.
You must understand that unlike stocks, bonds and forex markets, gold and silver markets are not very deep. In plain English, this means that typically at any one time there are not enough buyers and sellers ready to step in with a large size without a big change in price. This is typically not the case with large cap stocks, Treasury bonds and major currencies.
The price of gold and silver is moved by the marginal buyers and sellers at the fringe.
Traditional wisdom is that gold and silver are a hedge against global instability and inflation. Traditional wisdom is usually correct over a very long period of time, but not always right in the short-term.
Lately, gold and silver have been in the hands of mom-and-pop momentum investors who buy on good news and sell on bad news.
At The Arora Report, our computers monitor trading data from gold and silver related instruments from all over the world. This includes futures, ETFs such as SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) and iShares Silver Trust (SLV), and gold miner Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX), as well as mining stocks such as Barrick Gold (ABX), Newmont Mining (NEM), Silver Wheaton (SLW), Coeur d’Alene Mines (CDE), Pan American Silver (PAAS), Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM), and Goldcorp (GG).
I have designed algorithms that dissect the trading data along with a variety of other indicators to make a qualitative estimate of buying by institutions and by smaller investors….Read more at Forbes
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