Barrick Gold Corp (GOLD)
$21.00 0.42 (2.04%)
19:54 EST GOLD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $21.00
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 20.18M
Day's Range 20.40 - 21.04
52-Week Range 11.65 - 21.04
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By David Moadel
Which is "better," gold or Bitcoin? Time to ruffle a few feathers and break down the relative merits and risks of two decidedly non-traditional investment vehicles.
Investors haven't made up their mind on these 3 stocks — but they likely will soon.
Seemingly out of nowhere, fear and uncertainty have clouded the narrative for 2020. But that’s also music to the ears of those investing in gold and silver stocks.
With a put write on SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEARCA:GLD), options traders can take advantage of investors’ latest push into precious metals.
Bitcoin and gold are both rising as tensions with Iran escalate, but when the fear is gone will the two assets still be worth holding?
The outgoing 2019 was truly a year to remember, with many events that will surely carry over into 2020 and beyond. Here are the stocks to buy to advantage these developments.
Options trading was buzzing in Barrick Gold, Advanced Micro Devices and Boeing stock. Here are the metrics that matter moving forward.
In the two otherwise quiet trading sessions ahead of Christmas gold mining stocks had a classic chart breakout. In my eye this is a sign of things to come, i.e. higher prices for the GDX etf in coming weeks/months.
If you’re still building a position in gold, now is not the time to buy. It’s worth hanging on for better prices ahead.
The last time the gold chart looked the way it does, gold ran higher over the next three months. I don’t think we’ll see that action again.
Don't let market fears keep you from huge upside. Learn all about investing in gold and bitcoin to hedge your portfolios from market woes.
If you’re adding to your gold position, consider buying around $1,425 an ounce. Gold is in a long-term bull market.
The long-term case for gold is still as bullish as ever. Any sharp decline will be a chance for investors to increase their exposure to gold.
Gold stocks are headed lower again. And once this decline is over, traders will have an outstanding chance to buy into the gold sector.
Gold is one of the best long-term investments in the world right now, but press pause before adding to your portfolio.
Now, oil is setting up for another big move. This time, though, it has less to do about holiday-inspired price gouging, and more to do about the technical setup.
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