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Silver Futures - Dec 14 (SIZ4)

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17.133 -0.126    (-0.73%)
8:23:32 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 17.259
  • Open: 17.183
  • Day's Range: 17.095 - 17.337
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Gold futures struggle ahead of U.S. jobs data, ECB meeting
Gold futures struggle ahead of U.S. jobs data, ECB meeting
By Investing.com - Oct 02, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures edged lower during European morning trade on Thursday, as investors eyed upcoming data on U.S. employment as well as the conclusion of the European Central Bank's policy ...

Gold gains on falling stock prices, soft U.S. data
Gold gains on falling stock prices, soft U.S. data
By Investing.com - Oct 01, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures rose on Wednesday on demand from safe-haven investors fleeing stocks on fears of disappointing earnings, while lackluster U.S. data cut into the dollar's recent advance ...

Gold turns higher after U.S. ADP jobs data
Gold turns higher after U.S. ADP jobs data
By Investing.com - Oct 01, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures turned modestly higher on Wednesday, despite data showing that U.S. non-farm private employment rose more-than-expected in September. On the Comex division of the New ...

Gold futures trade at 10-month low ahead of ADP jobs data
Gold futures trade at 10-month low ahead of ADP jobs data
By Investing.com - Oct 01, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures traded near the lowest level in ten months on Wednesday, as market players looked ahead to the release of key U.S. data later in the session for further indications on the...

Gold prices ease in Asia as investors watch dollar
Gold prices ease in Asia as investors watch dollar
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices eased in Asia on Wednesday as investors continued to watch the dollar, which traded largely flat.On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for...

Gold falls as dollar gains on soft European inflation data
Gold falls as dollar gains on soft European inflation data
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures edged lower on Tuesday and threatened to post their first quarterly this year after soft European inflation data sparked demand for the U.S. dollar, which trades inversely...

Gold extends quarterly drop to hit fresh 9-month low
Gold extends quarterly drop to hit fresh 9-month low
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures hit a fresh nine-month low on Tuesday, as a broadly stronger U.S. dollar dampened the appeal of the precious metal. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile ...

Gold declines as Fed rate hike outlook weighs
Gold declines as Fed rate hike outlook weighs
By Investing.com - Sep 30, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures were lower on Tuesday, as growing expectations for higher U.S. interest rates and a broadly stronger U.S. dollar continued to weigh on precious metals. On the Comex ...

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DEEPAK JAISINGH
DEEPAK JAISINGH Oct 02, 2014 06:19AM GMT
There are also some important changes to the U.S. market exchanges for precious metals that begin on October 1 as a result of provisions in the Dodd-Frank Act. These changes will give investors with leveraged accounts who used to have three to five days to find the money to cover margin calls only one day to do that. As Mr. Heller has explained in several recent articles. including this one in CoinWeek in September, this change will make silver and gold prices even more volatile than they have been recently. Over time this will result in more margin calls and will likely result in higher prices because there will be fewer chances to profit from declining prices through short-selling.

DEEPAK JAISINGH
DEEPAK JAISINGH Oct 02, 2014 06:18AM GMT
Hitting the bottom in prices, wherever that may be, is key since rapid upward reversals tend to follow the reaching of a bottom in metal prices, especially after a protracted period of declining prices like during the past two years. $1200 seems to be what most experts believe is the key support level for gold, so watch to see if it manages to go below that level. I would think $17 is a fair bottom for silver.

DEEPAK JAISINGH
DEEPAK JAISINGH Oct 02, 2014 06:16AM GMT
As anyone who has followed precious metals markets over time knows, a stronger dollar translates into lower gold prices and silver usually follows gold. If you believe that prices are at or near their bottom for now, then buying both metals at current levels makes sense. And silver at today’s level of $17, or 1/70th of the price of gold, seems especially attractive. Premiums over melt for coins are also at very attractive levels but if prices rise and supplies get smaller, expect premiums to increase. This has a lot to do with the simple fact that many people buy when prices are rising because they think they will miss out if they don’t act. Of course they should actually buy when prices are declining like now, but a bear market turns buyers off. However, experienced investors understand this, and demand for bullion coins sold by the U.S. Mint and other major world mints has been very solid recently.
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