While many companies have budgeted for peak iron ore demands in the next decade, recent experience suggests they may not have expected to peak so early.
Gavin Wendt explores the impact of global economic policies relating to interest rates and its relationship to the support for gold.
Many pundits tipping a rough ride for gold may be ignoring several underlying factors
The great hype surrounding the advent of a shale gas bonanza within California might turn out to be just that – hype.
It’s a shame that pork bellies didn’t live up to the reputation that Trading Places gave them. But there are others to trade…
While there are many, many factors that influence financial markets, one of the more interesting drivers is seasonal influences.
Does your investment strategy need some turbo-charging? Did you know there is one asset class that has outperformed shares, property and gold over the past 10 years?
Gold is at all time highs, but gold stocks aren’t doing much at all. What’s the story?
While the ongoing rise in the price of gold has captured all the headlines in recent months, there is no end to the skyrocketing prices across the commodities markets. For example, while coffee started the decade trading as low of 41.50 US cents per pound, it closed out last year trading at 244.50 cents per…
Gold has continued to make fresh all-time highs throughout 2010 as a weakening US dollar caused investors to look for a safer option in which to place their assets.
With gold at record highs, there is the temptation for traders to believe that the move is mostly finished. However, markets that make new highs are actually likely to keep going higher. Is this likely in the case of gold?