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Gold Set for Good Gains, but Silver Could Be Big Surprise of 2019 – Top gold forecaster, Ross Norman, Sharps Pixley, sees higher prices for gold, silver and palladium in 2019, but says the outlook for platinum looks weak. Norman give his forecast for the average, high and low prices for gold, silver, platinum and palladium in 2019.

Top Gold Stock Picks for 2019 – The MoneyShow editorial team surveyed the nation’s leading newsletter advisors and investment experts asking for their Top Picks of 2019. Here investment experts known for their high-quality research and long-term track record of success give their Top Gold Stock Picks for 2019.

GOLD: The Ultimate Store of Value – In a Special Report, John Ing, Maison Placements, says Gold’s bull market has just begun. He targets Gold $2,200. Ing reviews Barrick Gold, B2Gold, Centerra Gold, Kinross Gold, Kirkland Lake Gold, Goldcorp, IAMGOLD, McEwen Mining and New Gold.

Bull & Bear Insider – Opinions and Strategies from leading analysts, money managers on Gold, Silver, Acquisition Targets, Lab-Grown Diamonds, Jay Taylor’s Turning Hard Times into Good Times broadcast.

There’s a Golden Shelter From Recession With These Miners – There’s a better potential haven than gold for investors spooked by the risk of a recession this year – mid-sized producers who’ve outperformed both bullion and the rest of the mining industry.

Gold Stock News: Market Trends and Stock Picks

David Morgan: The Metals Complex May Surprise
As we head into the seasonally weak summer months, it is best to look for, initiate, or accumulate positions with sound fundamentals, trading with valuation disconnects due to exogenous factors. With the ongoing “Trade War” the metals complex may surprise. Morgan reviews his best performing pick over the last two-plus years, Kirkland Lake Gold.

Barrick CEO Believes Acacia Offer is Fair After Extending Bid Deadline
Barrick Gold Corp the world's No. 2 gold miner, believes its proposed offer to take full control of its African unit is "more than fair" and will engage with Acacia Mining Plc's board and minority shareholders to win them over, Chief Executive Mark Bristow told Reuters.

Sharps Pixley Predicts Possible Bull Run in Gold
According to Ross Norman, CEO, Sharps Pixley, a London-based bullion broker, gold could be in the very early stages of a bull run. Norman believes that the gold price has formed enough of a base to break through USD1360 an ounce, the mother of all resistance levels.

Gold Worth Billions
Smuggled Out of Africa

Billions of dollars' worth of gold is being smuggled out of Africa every year through the United Arab Emirates in the Middle East – a gateway to markets in Europe, the United States and beyond – a Reuters analysis has found.

GOLD: America’s Financial Hegemony Is Not Sustainable
SPECIAL REPORT: John Ing, President and CEO, Maison Placements Canada, believes that the Trump-inspired trade wars, the weaponization of American financial hegemony has in large part forced investors to look for alternatives. Although there are few alternatives, America’s financial hegemony is simply not sustainable. Gold is a hedge against that. Here are Mr. Ing’s recommendations for B2Gold, Barrick Gold, Detour Gold, Eldorado Gold, Kirkland Lake Gold, Newmont Goldcorp and Yamana Gold.
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Global Gold Output to Hit New Record High in 2019
Gold production increased for the 10th consecutive year in 2018 to 107.3 million ounces (Moz), and is expected to reach a new record high of 109.6 Moz in 2019, according to the latest metals and mining research by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
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Retirees Have a Negative Outlook Towards Bitcoin
Retirees are not well-known for being major risk takers. In fact, quite the opposite is true with their age bracket. This is why it should not come as a huge surprise that they look at Bitcoin and the other major cryptocurrencies with a skeptical eye.

Reuters Technical Analysis Q2 Outlook 2019
U.S. oil is going to be a roller-coaster ride for both bulls and bears. Spot gold may extend gains moderately in Q2 before reversing the uptrend. Spot gold may test a resistance at $1,380 per ounce in the second quarter, a break above which could open the way towards $1,483. Palm oil is expected to complete a corrective cycle. Grains and cocoa are bullish, while base metals and the peaking spot palladium look very bearish. Special attention is drawn to dollar index which is poised to soar. To read the full report, Click Here.

$1,700 Gold is on the Horizon, says Jay Taylor
: A potential correction in the equities market, coupled with rising U.S. debt levels, will play in gold's favor, said Jay Taylor of J. Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks,, in an interview with Daniela Cambone, Kitco News. “I think we need to get through $1,350, $1,360, and then the first major target that I see, and I'm not sure of the timing, I think we're looking at $1,700,"
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Mining a Few Stocks at the PDAC – Bill Cara
PDAC 2019 – The world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention attracted record crowds this year. Bill Cara, Cara Portfolio Management Ltd. made his way through the maze of exhibiting junior exploration companies and mid-tier/major mining companies. Here are a few of his PDAC take-aways.

How Venezuela Turns Its Useless Bank Notes Into Gold
Venezuela's most successful financial operations in recent years have not taken place on Wall Street, but in primitive gold-mining camps in the nation's southern reaches.

VIDEO: Gold to 2030
James Steel, Chief Precious Metals Analyst, HSBC Global Research gave a presentation Gold to 2030 at the LBMA Biennial Dinner Seminar 2018. Steel gives a global view of Gold: Commodity and a Currency, Gold Demand, Divergences: Short-term vs the long-term, 2030: Long-term global GDP rankings, Consumption, Age dishoarding, Trade and Gold.
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Forget the Copper, Go for Gold
The cyanide soluble copper contained in gold/copper ores has often been the Achilles heel in making these particular projects economic

Gold Outlook 2019 – Higher Gold Prices Ahead
Gold prices have declined so far this year. But 2019 and 2020 should be positive again because analysts at ABN AMRO expect a lower dollar, lower US Treasury yields, a recovery of the Chinese yuan and higher jewellery demand.

Silver Outlook 2019 – Silver Has Seen the Worst
Silver prices have declined by 14% and speculators hold extreme short positions. Silver prices have seen the worst, ABN AMRO analysts are positive on silver outlook, because of lower dollar, lower US Treasury yields and recovery in the Chinese yuan.

Jay Taylor Interviews Chairman John Anderson, Triumph Gold
: Jay Taylor, editor J. Taylor’s Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks newsletter, has been a shareholder of Triumph Gold Corp (TSX.V: TIG) (OTCMKTS: TIGCF) for some time and states that it is now his personal top holding. To see why Jay is to bullish on Triumph Gold Click Here

A Bright Outlook for the Chinese Silver Market, Benefiting Global Silver Offtake
Here are the key findings from the Silver Institutes’, The Prospects for the Chinese Silver Market, a special report prepared by Metals Focus.

Gold Stock News: Mining Presentations & Reports

PDAC Resource Company Presentations: The Bull & Bear Financial Report, a Media Partner with The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) 2019, met with a number of exhibiting resource companies. Here are Company Presentations from: Appia Energy, Argonaut Gold, Aura Resources, B2Gold, CanAlaska Uranium, First Majestic Silver, McEwen Mining, New Age Metals, New Pacific Metals, RJK Explorations, Romios Gold, SilverCrest Metals, Wesdome Gold Mines.

Lawrie Williams, Sharps Pixley: Gold Price Outlook – $1,374 Year-End ¬– Murenbeeld
Martin Murenbeeld, one of the world’s most respected gold analysts, gives three gold price scenarios for 2019 and 2020. Lawrie Williams rates Murenbeeld mildly bullish on gold.
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European Gold-Backed ETPs Reach Record Highs
Since the start of 2016, assets in European gold-backed exchange traded products (ETPs) have grown rapidly, hitting a record high of 1,121.4t (US$48bn) in Q1 2019. Now accounting for 45% of the global gold-backed ETP market, they have transformed gold investment in Europe.
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Is Venezuela’s Massive Gold Sale Impacting Gold Prices?
Is Venezuela’s massive gold sale impacting gold prices this week as the yellow metal drops to four-month lows? Analysts weigh in, telling Kitco News to watch investor sentiment.
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