Category : gold news

Gold News: Goldman Sachs Posts 91-Page “Primer”

Today in gold news, Goldman Sachs publishes a 91-page “primer” on the metal. Hear the Gold Enthusiast’s take on what the bank had to say.

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Gold News: Kilonova Explosion Created Gold!

Today in gold news, scientists gained new insight into how gold is made. Learn about the cosmic origins of the precious metal!

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Junior Gold Miners: 4 Steps to Find Credible Stocks

One exciting corner of gold investing are small firms called junior gold miners. Here’s a 4-step guide to sorting the good ones from failing ventures.

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Gold Demand: India Sales Higher Than We Thought

In gold news, new figures suggest Indian gold demand is higher than previously estimated. Hear the Gold Enthusiast’s take on why gold sales rose last month.

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Gold Prices: Will France Levy a Gold Tax?

Today, the Gold Enthusiast discusses the potential for a French tax on luxury goods. Learn how this tax could affect international gold prices.

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Gold Demand: Which Country Buys the Most?

Today, the Gold Enthusiast looks at gold demand around the world, to see which country buys the most. The answer will surprise you!

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Gold News: A New Cryptocurrency Backed by Gold?

As Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies flounder, a new form of money has emerged, backed by gold. Learn about the new coin and its effect on gold news.

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Gold News: Indian Sales Plunge 50 Percent

In today’s gold news, Indian sales during wedding season have dropped severely. Hear the Gold Enthusiast’s take on the regulations that caused this decline.

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Gold News: Did Gold Play a Part in Brexit?

Today in gold news, a report suggests that gold skewed export statistics used to argue for Brexit. Hear our Gold Enthusiast’s take on why this info matters.

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Gold News: Turkey Considers Gold Bond Program

Today in gold news, we discuss Turkey’s new plan to trade private gold for government bonds. It sounds logical, but is there still cause for skepticism?

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