September 2020


TOP GOLD MINING STOCKS: Technical Indicator Shows Which Stocks Are Better Valued vs. Being Overextended

After the huge run-up in the gold price and mining shares, this technical indicator shows which stocks in the group are better valued versus those companies that may be over-extended.  While some of the top gold miners have seen their shares surge higher over the past several months, other companies…

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STILL BEATING THE COMPETITION: The Lowest Silver Eagle Prices vs. Top Online Dealers

With falling silver prices, comes lower premiums for Silver Eagles.  However, most precious metals online dealers are still charging $6 or more premiums for 2020 Silver Eagles.  This morning, Dan at Cloud Hard Assets emailed me that they lowered their premiums on 2020 Silver Eagles to only $4.50 over spot…

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SILVER & GOLD MARKET UPDATE: After A Big Correction, Are The Metals Poised For A Bounce?

After the precious metals experienced a significant correction over the past week, silver and gold may enjoy a bounce this week.  However, it all depends upon what happens in the overall markets.  If there is continued bad news on the economy, then we may see continued weakness in the metals and…

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Silver Investing News SRSrocco Report Interview: Why Energy Will Drive Precious Metals Prices To New Highs

Prices for gold and silver have seen major increases this year, and interest in these precious metals is rising in tandem as both new and experienced investors rush to the space. But higher prices aren’t the only reason market watchers should pay attention to gold and silver. According to Steve…

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DETAILED REPORT INCLUDING ETHANOL STOCK ANALYSIS: The Corn Ethanol Industry Turning Gold Into Lead

U.S. Corn Ethanol Industry is such a lousy business, the largest producer in the country tried to sell its ethanol division in 2016, unfortunately, with no luck.  However, this didn’t stop ADM, Archer Daniels Midland, from attempting the same thing early this year.  And, with the global pandemic mucking things…

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