Author: The Daily Gold

Gold Retest Coming

Gold Retest Coming by JORDAN ROY-BYRNE CMT, MFTA for The Daily Gold Gold and silver stocks have held up decently during the correction in precious metals, which is now in its 3rd month. However, as we mentioned last week, the bugaboo...

Constructive Action in Gold & Silver Stocks

Constructive Action in Gold & Silver Stocks by JORDAN ROY-BYRNE CMT, MFTA for The Daily Gold In our most recent editorial we concluded by observing a few positives in the gold and silver stocks. W concluded with: “Their performance over...

Precious Metals Have Not Corrected Enough

Precious Metals Have Not Corrected Enough by Jordan Roy-Byrne for The Daily Gold Precious Metals enjoyed a very strong move this past summer. Both Gold and gold stocks broke past multi-year resistance and showed the kind of positive momentum that...

3 Tips for Picking Junior Gold Stocks

3 Tips for Picking Junior Gold Stocks by JORDAN ROY-BYRNE CMT, MFTA for The Daily Gold As the correction in gold stocks continues and as it’s likely to endure for the time being, we take a step back and share...

Correction in Gold Stocks Continues

Correction in Gold Stocks Continues by JORDAN ROY-BYRNE CMT, MFTA for The Daily Gold Several weeks ago both Gold and gold stocks hit major resistance after strong but extended moves. A correction or pause was to be expected. Clearly, we...

Gold not in Real Bull Market Yet

Gold not in Real Bull Market Yet by Jordan Roy-Byrne for The Daily Gold Is Gold now back in a bull market? Most gold bugs think so and are quick to proclaim that. But, could Gold remain in a secular...

Balancing Trends in Gold & Gold Stocks w/Fed (Video)

Balancing Trends in Gold & Gold Stocks w/Fed Video from The Daily Gold There is no doubt we will see some volatility on the back of the Fed statement and Powell’s press conference. However it is important to understand the...

Updated Look at Gold’s Fundamentals

Updated Look at Gold’s Fundamentals by Jordan Roy-Byrne for The Daily Gold Gold is inversely correlated to the trend in real interest rates. As a result, Fed rate cuts and/or rising inflation and inflation expectations are the catalysts for declining...