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Gold Crumbles as ‘Vengeful Dollar’ Takes Out Commodities Aug 07, 2021 9:04AM ET
I wholeheartedly agree with this statement and it’s forced me to alter my investment portfolio. Cheers and looking forward to reading your future pieces.
Gold Crumbles as ‘Vengeful Dollar’ Takes Out Commodities Aug 07, 2021 8:30AM ET
I don’t get it either. Yet right before our eyes, a bunch of algorithms stacked via blockchain have become an asset class that is still finding its way into mainstream finance culture. ETF’s have been approved in several major jurisdictions globally and liquidity often resetrved for the metal has been siphoned into this new class. How long can this last?
Gold Crumbles as ‘Vengeful Dollar’ Takes Out Commodities Aug 06, 2021 6:12PM ET
I’ve always enjoyed your articles and I honestly get a kick out of the back and forth between you and some of your readers. I appreciate that you care enough to defend your work. Gold has made of mockery of traditional thinking since last August. Would love to read your thoughts on “untraditional” thinking? (ie cryptocurrency as the hedge gold should be).
Commodities Week Ahead: Could Gold’s $1,850 Breach Mean $1,900 Next? May 17, 2021 10:19AM ET
I guessing radically changing socio/economic conditions will reflect with violent market swings in all sectors. Get ready for a bumpy ride. Lots to write about Mr. Krishnan, l look forward to your analysis.
Commodities Week Ahead: Could Gold’s $1,850 Breach Mean $1,900 Next? May 17, 2021 8:05AM ET
But in markets ruled by distorted expectations and hype, there is little room for logic. This is the key statement! Realistically, inflation plus bitcoin decline plus this israel/palestine mess and gold should have popped over $2k already…. Strange times, Mr. Krishnan.
Gold Has Best Week Since October on U.S. Payrolls Shock May 07, 2021 4:50PM ET
Your article sums up the market nicely. Anemic gold prices suddenly responding to factors that have spurred rallies in other commodities. I I like the term you use - “anemic”. It captures the essence of how gold has reacted recently. The last few sessions have seen spikes but really with the myriad of co-morbidities plaguing the economy, logic would suggest we should be considerably higher by now. It’s a move in the right direction but it still has a ways to, in my opinion.
Gold Plunges Beneath $1,700 as U.S. Yields, Dollar Spike Mar 30, 2021 3:35PM ET
Mr. Krishnan, I always look forward to your articles and enjoy your insight. Here’s my 2 cents (it’s actually worth less than that based on current trends): Golds five-year trajectory has a bullish inclination. It demonstrates a store of value. The 10-year yields 20-year chart shows a clear decline.  If this were inclining, the government would have trouble servicing it’s debt. The dollars 20-year chart resembles a sine wave in a descending stage.  Possible real inflation on the rise. All point to bullion eventually becoming higher in value. More stimulus and infrastructure money just keep pushing the above charts in the directions they are already headed. Now add the fact that banks will be "forced" to use allocated gold accounts to help generate their revenues. With possible infrastructure stimulus in the next 2 months and Basel III by the end of June, it would make sense for bullion to be worth more by the middle of the year.   How much more is a pure guessing game.
Gold Dips, Consolidating Ahead of Powell Remarks Mar 17, 2021 6:14PM ET
With the current yields rising and the FEDs stance on denying any meaningful inflation is occurring, it’s interesting that we’re seeing a surge in prices of bullion here. How do you think Basel III will impact gold value as we move towards the end of June implementation, Mr. Barani?
Gold Jumps Most in a Month, Back to $1,700 as U.S. Yields Fall Mar 09, 2021 5:36PM ET
Interesting that the interest in miners and streamers increased within the last several days with coverage initiated at some financial institutions. Wall Street seems to think the risk for inflation is more than the fed would allow one to believe. Despite their objections, one can’t help but wonder if they ultimately must succumb to yield control. The arguments for gold’s increase are as strong as ever.
Gold Down 3rd Week in Row, After Collapse to $1,600 Territory Mar 06, 2021 10:13AM ET
“This market is on track to keep going down and I expect to see it below 1600 with potential to drop further from there.” With almost two trillion dollars on the way to dilute the already thin currency in place, how does this sentence even make sense? I’m with Falec, food and ammunition are viable trade candidates for bullion when uncertainty strikes. Lol or maybe a computer so I can access the internet and count my cryptos when all ********breaks loose. Maybe buy some virtual food with virtual coin.
Gold in $1,600 Territory As U.S. Bond Yields, Dollar Spike Again Mar 04, 2021 4:02PM ET
Thanks for another nice article. Looks like some of the major market manipulators have initiated positions in several strong miners and streamers. This may indicate a consolidation approaching. As well, the miners didn’t suffer as much as expected with today’s bullion demise suggesting it may be more transient than not. Interesting times.
Precious Metals & Energy - Weekly Review and Calendar Ahead Feb 28, 2021 8:57AM ET
A well written and insightful article. Summed up the market precisely. There is always a correction and usually, the longer it takes, the more vigorous the swingback. One can easily argue that the current chaos is exactly the reason to hedge with gold. Nice work Mr. Barani.
Gold Sees Worst Month Since 2016 Amid Markets’ Bloodbath  Feb 26, 2021 5:38PM ET
The sad part about it is that there are no measures in place that I’m aware of to thwart this manipulation. Or perhaps there is no enforcement of measures that exist. Regardless, it seems like the Reddit crowd are the only ones who have had any success against these banksters. Is there a Reddit “bats signal” that someone can trigger?!
Gold Sinks With Wall Street as U.S. Bond Yields Run Riot Feb 25, 2021 6:09PM ET
Printing trillions of dollars, each one worth less than the one before. Trillions of dollars of debt in the inflated books (pardon the pun). Rising rates makes servicing the debt a trillion times harder. It will be capped otherwise the fed is shooting itself in the foot. I’ll stick to gold if it’s on sale.
Only Tech Sold – Not S&P 500, Gold Or Silver Feb 23, 2021 4:35PM ET
Falec, that is a sound and sensible approach. I fear the majority don’t echo your sentiment. Time will tell.
Only Tech Sold – Not S&P 500, Gold Or Silver Feb 23, 2021 2:58PM ET
A great analysis, well thought out.  I am bullish on the value of gold as well, however, as long as the US dollar is perceived as a safe haven currency, the rest of the world will support (buy) US dollars as a store of wealth. It seems that the FED can print at will but Europe, Asia and Africa often see value in owning US dollars (often over their own currencies) despite the actual devaluation.  The manipulation lies in creating a sense of security for something that is increasingly worthless.  As a result, bullion remains stagnant.
Gold Feb 19, 2021 9:30AM ET
that stings
Precious Metals Charging Higher As Next Upleg Approaches Feb 09, 2021 4:57PM ET
A nice analysis of the market, however, I can’t help but think that the blatant manipulation that has supressed prices thus far will only continue moving forward. It seems the value of bullion will never be reflected in the price of bullion if this market fraudulence is allowed to continue. Even long termed bulls are bearishly jaded...
Franco-Nevada Jan 29, 2021 8:13PM ET
What is going on with this disaster 6 month stretch?
Day 6 in Gold: Another Slow-Mo Dip Jan 28, 2021 4:58PM ET
“stately march to its lost drummer” - that made me laugh. Nice article as usual.
Precious Metals & Energy - Weekly Review and Calendar Ahead Jan 10, 2021 12:51PM ET
well saidwell said
Precious Metals & Energy - Weekly Review and Calendar Ahead Jan 10, 2021 10:30AM ET
I don’t usually comment but I suspect we will start to see larger moves upwards when there is a pullback on the cryptocurrency market. Recent institutional investement in Bitcoin almost seems advocated by large financial corporations to artificially manipulate bullion prices. Then pull the plug on the crypto frenzy and jump into precious metals. Unfortunately nobody will police this and they will get away with it...