Silver Mining News

Mid-Week Gold & Oil Trading Report

In my last report I showed some cycles for the price of gold and how they were starting to roll over which would in turn put some selling pressure on both gold and silver this […]

The IMF Creates Another US$500 Billion Out Of Thin Air

Gold was down about five bucks in Far East trading yesterday… with the low coming at the London a.m. gold fix around 10:30 a.m. local time.  From that low, gold rose until 9:00 a.m. in […]

Silver Analyst Ted Butler Says It's

Silver Analyst Ted Butler Says It's Nothing happened in either Far East or London trading on Thursday… and New York's action wasn't exactly the talk of the town, either.  Basically, it was just "another day off […]

The Engineering of a Financial Crisis

Nothing is more common on earth than to deceive and be deceived. – Johann G. Seume, 1763-1810, German Theologist. – The Dow continues to put in new highs but our 3 moving averages of new […]

U.S. could be solvent again with gold at $5,500: Jim Rickards

U.S. could be solvent again with gold at $5,500: Jim Rickards Wednesday trading in the Far East and London turned out to be a non-event… and New York opened yesterday just about where it closed […]

ETF Trading Setups for Gold, Silver, Oil & Natural Gas

This week has been playing out as expected with prices grinding their way higher and lots of sharp intraday sell offs and rallies which is indicative of a market getting toppy. Seems like the masses […]

Kensington gold mine will finally begin first production in July

Coeur d'Alene Mines announced it will commence mining operations in July at the Kensington gold mine and Palmarejo silver-gold mine off to a good start.

Michael Berry: Finding Safety in the Precious Metals

Source: By Tim McLaughlin and Karen Roche, Publisher of The Gold Report 4/7/10 Traditionally, the bond market is where investors have gone for safety in their portfolios. Discovery Investing pioneer Dr. Michael Berry says […]

Have We Just Seen The End of The Big Rally in Silver?

This essay is based on the Premium Update posted on April 2nd, 2010 In the previous essay, we've emphasized that gold is to move higher, and since it has just moved significantly higher, it seems […]

You Can't Make This Stuff Up!

Gold gained about one percent in light trading… as London was closed for the Easter Monday holiday.  Gold's high price of the day… shortly after 1:00 p.m. in New York… was recorded by Kitco at […]

Pediment Gold Corp Uncovered: The Field Tour Review

A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary Geologist [email protected] I first wrote about Pediment Gold Corp (PEZ.T) in a private report delivered on June 18, 2007. Parts of my missive were reprinted by Jay […]

John Licata: Gold Stands Its Ground

Source: Tim McLaughlin and Karen Roche of The Gold Report 4/5/10 Gold prices continue to climb and John Licata, chief commodity strategist at Blue Phoenix Inc., says he sees reason to be optimistic about […]

There is a way to beat JPMorgan at their game.

The revelation at last week's CFTC meeting that JPMorgan was the prime instigator behind the repeated 'takedowns' of the price of gold and silver came as no surprise to those of us who study the […]

The Analysis of Gold and the USD Index Once Again Provides Key Trading Signals

This essay is based on the Premium Update posted on April 2nd, 2010 In the March 26th commentary we wrote that given the historical significance of the RSI being at 70 and the fact that […]

The Next Phase of the Credit Crunch and What it Means for Gold and Markets

Lately we've been writing about the importance of the bond market. Want a hint if we will have hyperinflation? Follow the bond market. Japan and the US in the 1930s didn't have hyperinflation because there […]

Gold & Indexes Melt Up Into Earnings?

Do the past successes of resource company principals portend future successes as they migrate to other companies or projects? Investment Banker and Financial Advisor Paul Moase has been following the resource sector for 25 years. […]

Growing Silver Squeeze Means +$100/oz. Price by End of Decade

Right now, with the ratio of silver prices to gold abnormally low, there is a lot of room for silver to move up sharply – which it will when people realize that economic growth and […]

Is The General Stock Market Topping and What Does It Mean for Gold?

This essay is based on the Premium Update posted on March 26th, 2010 In our previous essay we explained the link between the USD Index, and the price of gold and commented on what how […]

SilverCrest Mines, Inc. (TSXV: SVL) –Funding In Place, Construction on Schedule for 2010 Production

Investment Highlights: The company has signed a definitive Project Facility Agreement on a US$12.5 million loan with Macquarie Bank Ltd., and a definitive Purchase Agreement with Sandstorm Resources Ltd.  (TSXV: SSL) on a US$12 million […]

Strikes at Buenaventura silver and gold mines scrapped

Workers have agreed not to strike at two Buenaventura mines in Peru, but have walked out at a third mine.

London Trader Warns CFTC In Advance Of JPM's Silver Price Take-Down

Gold traded within a ten dollar range all day long on Wednesday… finishing up a few dollars on the day.  Nothing to see here, folks… except the usual downward pressure on the price during the New […]

HSBC's Head of Gold Trading Bows Out of CFTC Hearing

Wednesday's gold price action started off just like it did on Monday and Tuesday… trading sideways [despite an ever-rising dollar] until 2:00 p.m. in Hong Kong before the selling began.  From that point, gold fell about $14 until a temporary bottom […]

Gold and silver manipulation claims to be aired at CFTC hearing

The Commodities Futures Trading Commission hearing will examine the creation of speculative limits for commodities markets in a hearing to be held Thursday.

Silver Thursday Plus 30

Unless you are a real silver bug or a much studied gold bug, the concept of Silver Thursday will have little meaning for you. Silver Thursday took place on March 27, 1980, and this-coming Saturday […]

An Up and Down Day

It's been an interesting start to the week as the Dow opened lower and looked like it could fall even more. Now the Dow is up 45 points. Meanwhile the US dollar rallied all the […]