Wall St. Cheat Sheet

Are gold bugs sweating bullets over February?

The precious metal experienced heavy-selling pressure to reach new multi-month lows.

Does China still love gold?

Imports to the mainland from Hong Kong nearly doubled to an all-time high last year.

U.S. debt ceiling: Platinum and gold are not the answer

Ridiculous platinum coins and the nation’s gold reserves appear to be off the table.

The Fed’s balance sheet puts gold and silver on the warpath

After remaining calm for most of the summer, precious metals have been on the warpath like they have something to prove.

Are Central Banks Still Hoarding Gold?

A new report shows global gold demand fell in the second quarter from year earlier levels.

Did the EU Summit affect gold?

The markets rallied last week as European leaders made progress at a two-day summit in Brussels.

Is gold a zero risk financial asset?

Gold has been called many things over the past several years. The shiny yellow metal is seen as a safe-haven to some, but a barbaric lifeless asset by others.

The Fed whispers sweet nothings to gold and silver

May was a disastrous month for the market, as the “sell in May and go away” mantra reared its ugly head

Patience pays with gold and silver

There seems to be no shortage of turmoil in the markets.

Do Eric Sprottt and China still believe in gold?

It has been a difficult week for precious metals, as gold and silver both experienced their lowest closes of the year.

What do Americans think about gold?

Precious metals have been relatively quiet this week. After posting its best weekly gain in two months, gold is trading slightly lower at about $1,650 per ounce.

Gold & Silver: Ben Bernanke overshadows FOMC minutes

After remaining quiet for much of the day, gold and silver received a sharp pullback on Wednesday after the Federal Open Market Committee released its latest statement.

How serious are China and India about their gold?

Despite the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 suffering their worst day of the year on Tuesday, precious metals were able to decouple and climb higher.

Should investors activate gold and silver airbags?

Earlier this week, a fully loaded Brinks truck carrying between $3 million and $5 million in uncirculated loonies and toonies crashed on a snow covered highway in Ontario, Canada.

Randgold highlights mining risk as Turkey seeks gold bullion

On Thursday, gold prices declined to $1,642.50 per ounce, while silver fell nearly 90 cents to settle at $31.35.

Do precious metal investors believe QE will be dialed back?

After two days of consecutive gains, gold and silver briefly dipped into the red after Friday’s job report.

Does gold still sparkle for Morgan Stanley and Germany

It has been a rough week for precious metals.

Record high gold prices fail to curb global demand

Despite a volatile year for gold prices in 2011, demand for the precious metal still remained strong.

Will gold cleanse the world from dirty fiat currencies?

On Wednesday, precious metal prices climbed higher as European finance officials considered delaying parts or even all of a second bailout package for Greece.

Should Apple buy gold?

Gold is a very controversial object.

Will China unleash more stimulus and boost gold prices?

On Tuesday, China reported GDP growth of 8.9 percent in the last quarter of 2011, which is the slowest growth increase in more than two years.

Eric Sprott and Endeavour Silver: a match made in heaven?

Last year, Eric Sprott, legendary gold and silver investor and chairman of Sprott Inc., issued an open letter to 17 of the world’s largest silver producers.

Are investors getting physical with gold and silver?

The final months of 2011 were unkind to gold and silver.

China cracks down on gold exchanges

Governments hate competition. Due to record breaking gold prices this year, more unauthorized gold exchanges have been created to capitalize on gold fever.

What are ECB actions and utility stocks saying about gold?

Despite calls for the death of the gold bull market, the precious metal managed to climb $21 higher on Tuesday to settle above the $1,600 psychological level.