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 Bid|Ask 1229.9   1230.4
 Low|High 1221.94   1239.76
 Change -0.27 -0.02%
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 1 Month +31.03   +2.59%
 1 Year -52.77 -4.11%
  Low|High 1,160.27 1,366.08

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 Bid|Ask 14.70   14.77
 Low|High 14.51   14.81
 Change -0.03 -0.17%
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 1 Month +0.46   +3.22%
 1 Year -2.39 -14%
 Low|High $13.94 $17.70

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 Bid|Ask 830.5   835.5
 Low|High 815.19   833.5
 Change -0.57 -0.07%
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 1 Month +5.44   +0.66%
 1 Year -94.46 -10.21%
  Low|High 752.71 1,027.81

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 Bid|Ask 1143.8   1146
 Low|High 1116   1151.29
 Change 0.18 0.02%
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 1 Month +93.3   +8.88%
 1 Year +185.58 +19.37%
  Low|High 832.15 1,138.62


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GOLD STOCK MINING NEWS Hecla Reports 2.5 Million Ounces of Silver and 72,995 Ounces of Gold Production in Third Quarter 2018
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GOLD STOCK MINING NEWS B2Gold Corp. Announces Positive Results from the Expansion Study at El Limon Mine in Nicaragua and that a Renewed Collective Agreement has been Signed
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GOLD STOCK MINING NEWS IAMGOLD's Feasibility Study for Boto Gold Delivers Significantly Improved Project Economics
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GOLD STOCK MINING NEWS New Gold Announces Management Change
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GOLD STOCK MINING NEWS Randgold Resources Ld - Kibali Set for Another Record Quarter
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  Tuesday Edition:   October 23, 2018

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Gain While Stocks Shake
By: Chris Mullen, Gold Seeker Report

Gold gained $16.70 to $1239.50 just after 8AM EST before it chopped back lower in New York, but it still ended with a gain of 0.6%. Silver rose to as high as $14.806 and ended with a gain of 1.1%.

Where Were You 31 Years Ago?
By: Michael Ballanger

I bring up the topic of the Crash of '87 only because of the incredible impact it had on the psyches of millions of investors around the world. Forgotten is the fact that, a little over two years later, the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke out to all-time highs as the baby boom generation finally forgot about love beads and VW vans and fell wildly in love with capitalism—and, of course, stocks.

Brien Lundin: the Fed, the Dollar and Precious Metals
By: Maurice Jackson

What's really been interesting about gold is that it has risen on a number of occasions recently when the stock market was crashing and yet the dollar was strong. Now typically that would argue that the buying is safe haven related. And, Maurice, I never like that as a driver for gold. I'm never in favor of that as a reason for gold to go up for any sustained period because these, the safe-haven type buying, these geopolitical political issues, these little flash crises, they come and go, and they don't provide a sustained driver for gold. What really drives gold over the longer term are concerns over monetary issues, concerns over debt and currency depreciation and the like, and inflation.

Buckle Up For A Golden Ride
By: Stewart Thomson

US stock markets appear headed for a stagflationary quagmire while China and India are headed for the glory of what I call the “gold bull era”. Many recent US stock market investors “chased price” based on the election of Donald Trump. They are now faced with an army of institutional money managers who are trimming positions.

Mining Stocks Have Not Been Cheaper In The Last 78 Years
By: Dave Kranzler

It’s important to keep in mind that the mining stocks have been sold to levels well-below their intrinsic value – in the case of larger-cap producing miners. Or their “optionality” value – in the case of junior mining companies with projects that have a good chance eventually of converting their deposits into mines. “Optionality” value is based on the idea that junior exploration companies with projects that have strong mineralization or a compliant resource have an implied value based on the varying degrees of probability that their projects will eventually be developed into a producing mine.

Prolonged Correction Levels Opened Up
By: Ricky Wen

Below 2745, everything treated as deadcat bounce and bears are being favored here as downside levels have all opened up the 2693 June lows, followed by 2675, 2620, and 2590. Conversely, if above 2745 and then re-take 2760, then it’s a full retracement back above yesterday’s close which means 2712 versus whatever low becomes a double bottom formation. The bearish scenario right now has much higher odds given the gap down and go pressure.

Revisiting the age-old relationship between interest rates and prices
By: Steven Saville

There is an age-old relationship between prices and interest rates that Keynesian economists have called a paradox (“Gibson’s Paradox”). The relationship was clearer during the Gold Standard era, but as I explained in a previous post it is still apparent if prices are measured in gold.

Rome vs Brussels. Will That Battle Benefit Gold?
By: Arkadiusz Sieron

The current turmoil in Italy clearly shows that the global financial crisis and the resulting banking crisis in the Eurozone have not ended yet. European banks, and Italian in particular, are still fragile. Although the Italy’s government’s expansionary fiscal policy may support the GDP growth in the near-term, the downside risks for the Italian economy are mounting. It’s true that the banking sector has seen a visible improvement since the Great Recession. However, if the bond yields remain elevated, there might be a renewed banking crisis.

IMF Warning Highlights Gold’s Importance As A Diversification and Happy Birthday GoldCore
By: GoldCore

– Gold rallied “as stocks retreated” and “market risk became more systemic”
– As stock sell-off became systemic globally, gold rose meaningfully – World Gold Council
– IMF Global Financial Stability report highlights an increase in level of risk among multiple global metrics – WGC Investment Update
*Happy 15th Birthday GoldCore*

Sentiment Is The Most Important Factor Upon Which To Focus In The Gold Market
By: Avi Gilburt

I have now been a contributor at Seeking Alpha for seven years, during which time I have written for approximately six years, as I took a one-year hiatus. And, during that time, I have had the honor of penning almost 400 articles.

Let's See Bulls Shrug Off 3.6% T-Bond Rate
By: Rick Ackerman

Anyone hoping Treasury rates will ease, cutting stock-market bulls some slack, must first reckon with the chart shown (see inset). It implies that a significant rise in yields on the 30-Year Bond is coming, and that they will hit 3.59% before borrowers get any relief. If this occurs as appears likely, 30-year mortgages will be pushing above 5%, causing an already shaky housing sector to implode, along with the auto-leasing business.

Here's How Hungary Reduced Risk Without Forfeiting Returns
By: Frank Holmes

Hungary isn’t known today as one of the world’s top gold producing countries. There was a time, though, when it accounted for around three-quarters of Europe’s entire output of the yellow metal, if you can believe it. According to historian Peter Sugar’s A History of Hungary, the central European country was a “veritable El Dorado” in the 14th century, and its gold pieces circulated widely across the entire continent, competing with those minted in Italy and England.

Ira Epstein's Metals Video 10 22 2018
By: Ira Epstein

Gold pulls back a bit but still looks on bullish footing.

  Monday Edition:   October 22, 2018

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Edge Lower
By: Chris Mullen, Gold Seeker Report

How the Midterm Elections Might Affect Gold and Silver
By: Clint Siegner

Technical Scoop - Weekend Update October 22 2018
By: David Chapman

SWOT Analysis: Gold ETFs Rally In Longest Streak Since April
By: Frank Holmes

This Is What A Paper Gold Short Squeeze Looks Like
By: John Rubino

Little Changes and Many Signals in the PMs
By: Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

The Sky is Falling
By: Gary Savage

Useless But Not Worthless
By: Keith Weiner

Addressing Gold-Market Fallacies That Can Hamper Your Returns
By: Avi Gilburt

  Sunday Edition:   October 21, 2018

GoldSeek Radio: Ralph Acampora and CEO Niko Cacos, and Chris Waltzek

The Real Cost of Low-Fee Funds
By: John Mauldin

Equity Management Associates: Reversion to mean would send monetary metals soaring
By: Chris Powell

By: Trey Reik

The Coming Inflation Threat: The Worst Of Both Worlds
By: Charles Hugh Smith

SPX/Gold, 30yr Yields and Yield Curve - Amigos 1, 2 and 3 Updated
By: Gary Tanashian

  Friday Edition:   October 19, 2018

Gold Seeker Weekly Wrap-Up: Gold and Silver Find Slight Gains on the Week
By: Chris Mullen, Gold Seeker Report

Ira Epstein's Metals Video 10 19 2018
By: Ira Epstein

COT Gold, Silver and US Dollar Index Report - October 19, 2018

Gold Is Becoming Cool Again
By: John Rubino

Inflection Point for Gold
By: David Brady, CFA

Gold-Stock Sentiment Shifting
By: Adam Hamilton, CPA

Gold’s Official Price is $42, and maybe that’s a Good Thing
By: JP Koning

GoldSeek Radio Nugget: Ralph Acampora and Chris Waltzek

Is Your Portfolio Ready for the Greatest Demographic Shift in History?
By: Marin Katusa

Is Bitcoin Ever A Buy-And-Hold?
By: Avi Gilburt

Checking Gold Stocks Valuations
By: Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA

One Year after QT Started, Gold Still Unmoved
By: Arkadiusz Sieron

Falling Stocks Reflect a Darkening Reality
By: Rick Ackerman

Gold Reserves Surge 1,000% In Hungary As It Joins Poland, Russia, China and Other Central Banks Buying Gold
By: GoldCore

  Thursday Edition:   October 18, 2018

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold Gains While Stocks Fall Markedly
By: Chris Mullen, Gold Seeker Report

Ira Epstein's Metals Video 10 18 2018
By: Ira Epstein

The Incredibly Bullish Set-Up for Gold
By: Michael Ballanger

End of the World – Part One
By: Gary Christenson

The Weighted Average Cost Of Capital
By: Adam Taggart

Gold Would Not Enjoy That FOMC Is Going More Restrictive
By: Arkadiusz Sieron

Are You An Investor Being Set Up For The Slaughter?
By: Avi Gilburt

How Do You Sell Your Vaulted Gold When the Internet Goes Down?
By: GoldCore

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 Low|High 1.41026   1.41731
 Change -0.0028   -0.2%
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 Bid|Ask 0.76996   0.77019
 Low|High 0.76659   0.77294
 Change -0.0013   -0.17%
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 Low|High 1.3076   1.31221
 Change -0.0017   -0.13%
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 Bid|Ask 6.9375   6.9398
 Low|High 6.9261   6.9441
 Change -0.0088   -0.13%
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 Bid|Ask 1.14713   1.14727
 Low|High 1.14394   1.14931
 Change 0.0007   0.06%
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 Bid|Ask 73.54   73.59
 Low|High 73.515   73.825
 Change -0.015   -0.02%
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 Bid|Ask 112.42   112.44
 Low|High 111.952   112.796
 Change -0.338   -0.3%
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 Bid|Ask 19.2833   19.2952
 Low|High 19.2592   19.4679
 Change -0.1229   -0.63%
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 Bid|Ask 1.52518   1.52658
 Low|High 1.52223   1.5302
 Change -0.0006   -0.04%
Oct 23, 2018 16:31:21 EST
 Bid|Ask 65.3705   65.772
 Low|High 64.9467   65.7113
 Change 0.2243   0.34%
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 Bid|Ask 14.24162   14.25888
 Low|High 14.21486   14.43797
 Change -0.0806   -0.56%
Oct 23, 2018 16:27:22 EST
 Bid|Ask 0.99464   0.99521
 Low|High 0.99377   0.99704
 Change -0.0015   -0.15%
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