Gold Blog

Has the IMF Told the World to Buy Gold?

Gold and silver prices have risen sharply over the last month in response to the banking problems, a lower dollar and the expectation that central bank policy will ease in coming months. And the latest from the IMF suggests that there is more to come. If the IMF (International Monetary Fund) forecasts are right, gold […]


3 Reasons Why Patrick Karim is Bullish on Gold

GoldCore TV viewers absolutely love it when we have Patrick Kerim on the show. Last time Dave Russell spoke to him things were looking very different to how they are today, and that was just three months ago. So with Q1 behind us and Q2 already flying by we thought it would be great to […]


Has gold finally caught fire?

From the desk of GoldCore CEO, Stephen Flood This morning gold moved above $2,000/oz. The previous intraday high (seen in 2020) was $2,080. If you saw our recent interview with Patrick Karim then you might be recalling his comments that a close here on a monthly basis would signify a break of a trend line […]


After the euphoria and profit taking comes the panic

This week everyone has been reminded why they choose to invest in gold and buy silver. As markets reacted to Silicon Valley Bank’s demise, the near-collapse of Credit Suisse and the ensuing panic of policymakers, investors and depositors, gold, and silver have come to the fore. Why did they climb in the price? Because this […]


GoldCore joins the LBMA

“LBMA is delighted to welcome Goldcore as an affiliate member and our first member in Ireland.” Ruth Crowell with GoldCore CEO Stephen Flood.  I am delighted to announce that GoldCore has been accepted as a member of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA). This recognition highlights our significant contribution to the global precious metals market, […]


Reading the Signs: Is the US Economy Headed for Recession?

Yesterday’s events of the U.S. dollar making yet more gains whilst gold and silver prices tumbled, have caught the attention of investors around the world. This sudden shift in the markets is attributed to Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s testimony to Congress, where he increased the likelihood of further rate hikes… With this news, investors are […]


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