Mark O'Byrne, Author at GoldCore Gold Bullion Dealer

Where Next for Gold & Silver [Charts]

Markets have struggled to find a clear direction as they attempt to digest US election news, debate performance, the impact of increased Covid-19 restrictions in many countries and vaccine news. The charts of gold and silver reflect the battle for dominance between the Bulls and the Bears. Today’s silver chart is a bit more crowded […]


Heavy Metal Selling [Charts]

Anxiety about an increase in Covid19 cases and fears of a second wave coupled with revelations of historic money laundering practices of major global banks weighed heavily on financial markets yesterday. Precious metals were not immune to the sell off which saw gold below $1,900 and silver off a whopping 12% during intraday trading. The […]


[Chart] Gold is Looking Strong as it Tests Resistance

Since it’s sell-off from it’s early August high, gold has been stuck in an ever decreasing range. Having had a remarkable rally to an intra-day high of $2,078 on the 7th of August Gold has traded sideways and consolidated. This has been viewed by many market commentators as a healthy pause in gold’s bull rally […]


Video: Equity Options to Trigger the Next Financial Crash

Turbulence in financial markets continues with tech equity markets particularly effected. GoldCore CEO Stephen Flood looks at the effect that the buying of equity derivatives by large “Whales” like Softbank, is having on equity markets. With stocks like Tesla recording PE ratios over 1,200 are we looking at the pin that will burst the tech […]


Powell says low interest rates could last for years

(CNBC) Interest rates are likely to stay low for years as the economy fights its way back from the coronavirus pandemic, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in remarks published Friday afternoon. “We think that the economy’s going to need low interest rates, which support economic activity, for an extended period of time,” Powell told NPR […]


Bonds sold, stocks bought as investors eye Jackson Hole

(Reuters) – Traders sold government bonds and bought stocks on Wednesday, placing riskier bets on optimism about U.S.-China trade and expectations of ample central bank stimulus before a key speech by the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman at Jackson Hole. In early London trading, the yield on U.S. 10-year debt rose as high as 0.7190%, close […]


Gold $€£ 5,000 Per Ounce In “Messy” Global Currency Reset

The coming currency reset will be a “very messy” process as fiat currencies are devalued significantly versus gold. It would involve fixing the price of gold at a specific price, like $€£ 5,000 or $€£ 10,000 per ounce and it may happen as soon as this year. Talking Points From This Episode • What a currency reset could look like. • Futures manipulation […]


There Is No “Gold Bubble” as Retail Investors Are Only Starting To Invest in Gold – Bloomberg Interview GoldCore

GoldCore Research Director Mark O’Byrne speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance” about the factors behind the recent sharp fall in the gold price and as gold recovers above $2,000 per ounce, the very positive medium and long term outlook. The outlook is positive due to significant economic uncertainty due to societal and economic lockdowns as the divisive […]


Gold, Silver Jump After Swings Amid Weak Dollar and Economic Woe

(Bloomberg) Spot gold headed for back-to-back gains as investors weighed the outlook for the metal’s record-setting rally after this week’s dramatic price swings. Silver climbed the most in more than five years. Rising U.S. bond yields helped spark a sharp selloff in gold and silver Tuesday and early Wednesday, followed by a rebound. Both metals […]


Failing fiat! Gold and silver lining

It was the biblical economist Norm Franz who said “Gold is the money of kings, silver is the money of gentlemen, barter is the money of peasants – but debt is the money of slaves.” We are living through one of the greatest monetary experiments in modern history where monetizing debt is enslaving millions. But […]


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