New Tariff Fears Boost Gold

New Tariff Fears Boost Gold

Late yesterday, President Trump proposed new tariffs on Mexico that would go into effect on June 10th. World markets promptly slid while gold rose through the night, past its high from over two weeks ago.

This marks the first overall monthly gain for gold since January of this year. The new tariff threat is making safe havens shine, helping the yellow metal flirt with $1,300 this morning.

On a Personal Note

I am announcing that this will be my last day working at Dillon Gage which makes this my last comment for The Market Gage.

I would like to thank the management team for giving me the opportunity to work for such a fine organization. From the owner, Steve Miller, to Terry, Jon, Ryan, Mark, Sid and Ira, I thank you for your support.

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And to the clients and friends I made while working here. Thank you for your business and constant questions about the markets, you kept me at the top of my game.

Thank you all and have a wonderful Friday.

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