23
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

Gold was down 1% ($9.50 to $918.10) but silver remained firm and closed marginally lower (down $0.06 to $17.92) and profit taking on oil’s weakness was seen by many as the primary cause of yesterday’s sell off. Gold traded sideways in Asia but has rallied in early trade in Europe.

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22
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

Gold and silver continued to surge yesterday with gold up nearly 1% (up $8.25 to $927.80) and silver up 2% (up $0.35 to $17.97). Gold continued to rally in Asia but has succumbed to some profit taking in early trade in Europe.

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21
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

Gold and silver continued to surge yesterday with gold up 1.6% and silver up over 4%. They have continued to rally in Asia and early trade in Europe.

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21
May
2008

Buffett, Soros Refute ‘Credit Crunch Over’ Mantra: Market Pays Heed

It ain’t over til it’s over.

That was the message from investing legends Warren Buffett and George Soros yesterday, and the market is taking heed today.

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20
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

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19
May
2008

Gold rush fever returns

The Telegraph is reporting today on the ‘New Gold Rush’:

With the discovery of gold there in 1848, the California Gold Rush brought 300,000 people into the state, transforming what was then a backwater into the embodiment of the American Dream.

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19
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

Gold was up $20 to $898.40 on Friday and silver was up 28 cents to $16.90. Gold started the week with the rally continuing in Asia and has risen in early trading in Europe to over $910 per ounce.

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16
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

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15
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

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14
May
2008

Gold Investments Market Update

Gold

Gold was down $13.90 to $869 yesterday and silver was down 43 cents to $16.73. Gold traded flat in Asia and has fallen marginally in early trading in Europe. But with oil prices rising and inflation pressures increasing internationally, gold will be well supported at these levels.

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