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Commodities Analysis & Opinion

Mike Paulenoff
Natural Gas Continues To Defy
By Mike Paulenoff - Oct 31, 2014

My sense is that Natural Gas needs to take a breather, which might compel me to exit my most recent United States Natural Gas (ARCA:UNG) long position at 19.45. That said, my medium-term work is in a ...

Tommy Humphreys
Time To Dump Gold?
By Tommy Humphreys - Oct 31, 2014

After yesterday’s ugly session it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that Gold would knife through the $1180 level, an area of support which it has tested on 3 different occasions since June ...

Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT
More Downside For Precious Metals
By Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT - Oct 31, 2014

Last week we argued that the underperformance of the gold miners during Gold’s rebound was a bad sign. Since then the miners have plunged to new lows while Gold appears to be at the doorstep of ...

GoldMoney News Desk
FOMC Hits Gold And Silver
By GoldMoney News Desk - Oct 31, 2014

Trading in precious metals was quiet until Wednesday morning, when prices began to soften. When the FOMC meeting released its policy statement at 2.00pm EST, Gold and Silver responded by falling ...

Kenny Fisher
Gold Sinks On U.S. Data
By Kenny Fisher - Oct 31, 2014

Gold prices continue to lose ground on Friday, as the spot price trades at $1174.86 per ounce in the European session. Gold has slipped to its lowest level since 2014, and has tumbled ...

Gregory W. Harmon
Gold Miners Are Worse Than Gold
By Gregory W. Harmon - Oct 31, 2014

People go crazy over Gold. It is a bit of an odd thing when you think about it. Any investor that looks at fundamentals has no reason to look at Gold. It does not have earnings or sales or pay a ...

Friday's Gold Technicals
By GoldTradingExperts.com  - Oct 31, 2014

LONG TERM TREND: BEARISHINTERMEDIATE TERM TREND: BEARISHSHORT TERM TREND: BEARISHVERY SHORT TERM TREND: BEARISHGold has been crushed overnight, breaking 1200 and rapidly capitulating through the ...

The Net Effect Of India’s Mining Ban
By MetalMiner  - Oct 31, 2014

It’s official: India’s economy suffered a setback of an estimated $8 billion because of the mining ban of the last 2 years, while one of its leading provinces, Goa, itself lost about US $500 million ...

Metals Love Energy
By MetalMiner  - Oct 31, 2014

Without energy there are no metals. No firing, smelting, or extruding happens without a steady source of power to allow structural steel, aluminum or copper to be shaped, sold and readied for delivery...

Anna Coulling
Trap Door Opens For Gold And Silver
By Anna Coulling - Oct 31, 2014

For equity bulls, the nightmare is over for now. For gold and silver bugs it’s just beginning. If yesterday’s price action was concerning, the overnight news from Japan has opened the ...

Crude Oil - European Session
By ICN.com  - Oct 31, 2014

Crude oil traded negatively and stabilized below the support of the descending channel, as Linear Regression Indicators are still providing negative signals that support extedning the bearish bias ...

Silver - Technical Report
By ICN.com  - Oct 31, 2014

The metal dropped sharply today, and on the weekly graph we notice that the price dropped due to trading below 76.4% correction at 18.21, in addition to getting out of the sideways range 17.00 and ...

Gold - European Session
By ICN.com  - Oct 31, 2014

Gold dropped sharply today and yesterday, and the expected downside move took the price to trade around the support 1175.40. The metal is currently targeting 113% correction at 1155.75 the 1135.00 ...

ICM Brokers
Strong Dollar Makes Oil Less Attractive
By ICM Brokers - Oct 31, 2014

Crude OilWest Texas Intermediate oil fell on Thursday after upbeat U.S. growth data and a Federal Reserve decision to close its monthly bond-buying program bolstered the dollar. A stronger greenback ...