Friday , 18 September 2020


Tag Archives: HUI Gold Ratio

Central Banks & ETFs Buying Gold Aggressively – The Start Of A New Bull Cycle?

The gold price has been rising over the past month, driven by central banks and ETFs seeking safe-haven assets as the stock market sells-off sharply. Central banks have bought a total of 264 tons of gold this year and there is renewed investor interest in gold ETFs over the past month or two, [both possibly marking] the start of a new bull cycle for gold.

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Gold & Gold Stocks: A Look At the Current Weakness & Future Expectations

Nearly all markets except the dollar reacted rather badly to Ben Bernanke's news conference – even though it actually contained no news - Treasury yields soared, stocks were whacked, and so was gold. While the charts certainly don't look good in the short term, though, it should be pointed out though that investors with a longer time horizon probably won't make a big mistake by buying on weakness. That being said, however, in the short term all the tentative evidence that a bottoming process may be under way has by now been eradicated. Below are a number of charts illustrating the situation.

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