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Gold & Silver Prices Rise On…Everything?

Gold and silver both made substantial jumps price-wise today, as they have been doing more for the last couple of months. Here are the specifics (figures in parentheses represent % change up or down since July 11, 2013) : Gold … Read More

Startup to Mine Gold & Silver e-Waste

Many investors are aware that a large percentage of the gold and silver used for industrial and technological purposes is never recovered, but how many of us have ever thought about why? Privahini Bradoo went one step beyond asking “why”; … Read More

Food Prices on the Rise – Are Gold & Silver Next?

Food and fuel prices are on the rise, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Despite the Federal Reserve’s incessant claims of non-existent inflation it was reported yesterday that overall core inflation rose 1.7% in the last 12 months, … Read More

Is Gold or Silver the Better IRA Investment?

Gold and silver climbed as much as 500% between 2001 and 2011 before falling like the dense metals they are for most of the last two years. Despite the pullback in metals’ prices demand for physical gold and silver remains … Read More

Gold & Silver Prices: Does Anyone Have an Extra Crystal Ball Laying Around?

Gold and silver spot prices rose $8.90 and $0.23 Monday, respectively, after a variety of technical factors turned towards the metals’ favor. Additionally, U.S. stock indices fell in unison in response to some less-than-favorable economic and employment data released by … Read More

Arizona Governor Vetoes Gold and Silver Bill

Arizona’s push to authorize gold and silver as legal tender has stalled after Republican Governor Jan Brewer vetoed the bill once it reached her desk. Brewer claimed that the possibility of lost tax revenue was the reason for the veto. … Read More

Gold Up 1.5 Percent, Silver Gains 2.1 Percent Following ECB Rate Cut

Gold and silver gained in the trading session on Thursday on news the European Central Bank has cut interest rates for the first time in 10 months to a record low of 0.5 percent, a move seen as bullish for … Read More