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POSTED ON May 16, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

On Tuesday, the Dow Jones dropped nearly 200 points. Gold fell close to 2% and fell below the $1,300 mark. Meanwhile, bond prices dropped as yields on the 10-year pushed above the 3% level.

In his most recent podcast, Peter Schiff said we’re witnessing a bond breakdown as it gathers momentum.

In fact, the bond market had one of its worst days all year Tuesday.

POSTED ON May 1, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

He’s been dubbed the “Bond King,” but Jeffery Gundlach isn’t particularly bullish on bonds right now – at least not US government bonds. And he’s certainly not bullish on stocks. Gundlach has his eyes on gold.

Gundlach heads DoubleLine Capital, overseeing some $119 billion in assets. During a speech at the 2018 Sohn Investment Conference last week, he said an “explosive, potential energy” of a huge “head-and-shoulders bottom” base was signaling a move of $1,000 in gold prices.

POSTED ON April 25, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

Stock markets had another bad day Tuesday. The Dow Jones fell over 400 points as the 10-year Treasury yield broke through 3%. Several “marquee” companies warned of higher costs, including Google-parent Alphabet and Caterpillar.

In his latest podcast, Peter Schiff said he thinks the correction is over.

Not the downward move. That is not the correction. This is the bear market. The upward move was the correction. It was the first correction in this young bear market that technically is not a bear market yet because we’re not down 20%. But that’s only a matter of time before the people call the bear market what it is.”

POSTED ON April 20, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

There are some troubling signs for the economy in the bond market. Yield curves are going flat.

On Wednesday, the yield curve from 5 to 30 year bonds flattened to as little as 29 basis points. That represents the narrowest spread since 2007. The yield curve between 2-year and 10-year Treasuries also narrowed, touching 41 basis points, also the smallest gap since before the financial crisis. Investors extending to 10 years from 7 pick up just 4.3 basis points, less than a quarter of what they got a year ago, according to Bloomberg.

So, what does this mean?

POSTED ON April 17, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

In his latest podcast, Peter Schiff said we are basically enjoying the calm before the storm right now.

With the US missile strike in Syria, rumblings of a trade war and a generally weak dollar, gold briefly flirted with $1,365 last week. But the anticipation of Federal Reserve rate hikes continues to create strong headwinds against the yellow metal. Last week, the Fed released its March FOMC minutes and most analysts interpreted them as “hawkish.” In fact, many people now think the Fed will nudge rates up again in June, leaving six months to get in the much-anticipated third hike of the year and possibly even get in a fourth.

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