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Tom Cloud provides an important update on the gold and silver markets…

Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, says while gold prices are hovering between $1,143 and $1,180, volume is expected to stay low. Many investors are waiting to buy or sell.

Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, shares how gold, which is at bargain prices, stands to benefit from a sell-off of U.S. Treasury bonds.

Lower interest rates in China are great news for palladium investors. Plus, how the new iWatch will affect gold prices.

Precious metals expert explains that things are not as bad as they seem for gold…

As the US dollar nears its top, do you have a plan for your money?

Gold prices are rising in every currency except U.S. dollars as Europe increases its buying of gold. Tom Cloud tells us why.

While the recent rally in gold has been positive for investors, the ability to hold above this key level would be particularly bullish.

Euro Woes Boost Gold

by Tom Cloud on January 28, 2015 · 0 comments

Precious Metals Advisor, Tom Cloud, alerts gold and silver investors to upcoming events in Europe and in the United States that could have a big impact on the price of metals in the near-term.

Gold is up 8% so far this year while silver is up almost 14% in 2015, good news after both metals fell in 2014.

Precious metals prices, especially gold and silver, are up amid stock market losses. Gold continues to show strong demand.

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What does JP Morgan’s recent silver purchase mean for investors?

Precious metals investors should watch this chart closely in 2015.

If you are going to watch one indicator for the price of gold for the rest of the year, make it the U.S. Dollar Index.

With just a few weeks left in the year, palladium has finished in first place out of the precious metals for the year. Gold came in second, with silver bringing up the rear in fourth place.

Gold Best Buy In 38 Years

by Tom Cloud on December 3, 2014

The price of metals, compared to world debt and the amount of money being printed, is unbelievable.

After recently hitting a four year high, the U.S. dollar index is now nearing a major resistance level between 89 and 90.

On this week’s show, economist Jerry Robinson provides five reasons he owns physical gold. Also, an update for stock investors.

Gold prices soared $50 last Friday just as supply problems began to escalate.

The U.S. Dollar is nearing an important resistance level…

Some big investors are moving more heavily into the precious metals market just as officials in Europe are making plans to impose new taxes on wealth.

TOM CLOUD: The silver supply problems have just begun as buying pressure explodes…

Switzerland’s plan to move to a gold standard will be big for precious metals. China and Russia are likely to follow in the near future.

Student pro-democracy uprising in Hong Kong is positive for gold prices.

Precious metals have topped the stock market so far this year.

Gold price has stabilized as China continues to make large gold purchases.

In this week’s Precious Metals Market Update, Tom Cloud says gold is nearing a triple bottom. Get the entire update here.

In this week’s Precious Metals Market Update, Tom Cloud says big money is on the sidelines waiting for FOMC announcement this Wednesday. Get the entire update here.

Silver Set for Double Digit Gains

(Audio/Transcript) Tom Cloud weighs in on why silver could gain 10%+ in 2014…

New Volcker Rule Bullish for Gold

Gold still looks solid on technical charts. It is up 9% for the year even after the 6% pull back of the last few days. Gold is having a great first quarter.

Large Premiums on Physical Metals Loom

The 15% average we’ve seen in gold for the last 13 years should be well surpassed in the next three years. We already see gold up 12% in 2014, and we’re not even to the end of the first quarter.

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Here is the latest dispatch from Precious Metals Advisor, Tom Cloud…

Trade Deficit: Bad for the Dollar, Good for Metals

The U.S. Dollar has gone from 86 to below 80 while gold, silver, palladium, and platinum are all up 8% or more for the year so far.

Money Flowing Out of Stocks Into Hard Assets

Gold has already gone from $1207 to $1267 year-to-date, providing more than a 5% gain in just a little over a month. I certainly expect to see much higher prices going forward.

Claims for Gold Climb Dramatically

You can easily understand why gold took a 28% dive last year when you’ve got a hundred people thinking they own gold when only one of them truly does, and that person has that gold in their possession.

Strength of Dollar Affects Gold Prices

We’ve said many times that once the dollar breaks down to 78 from the 81 it is right now in the world market, that’s pretty much when we think the game is over, and that’s when gold accelerates above $2000, and then goes on up to much, much higher numbers than that.

Why giving up on gold may be one of the worst mistakes investors can make today.

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The next move for gold, we think, will be 8 times up, which will put it around $10,000.

Gold Now a Tier One Investment

Gold and silver need to slowly build their foundations back over the next few months to get an all out buy signal based on technical analysis.