The Market Gage - Dillon Gage's Precious Metals Newsletter

Gold Under Pressure from a Stronger Dollar Index

The onslaught of negative news continues to put pressure on the metals this morning. The stronger dollar index now over 102. Stronger yields in the U.S. ten-year treasuries also hurting Gold. So much so that ten-year bond yields around the globe in countries such as Germany, France and Italy, all are showing a good increase in their 10-year bond yields.

Now that the 50-day and 100-day moving average has been violated, some Wall Street gold traders have indicated that they will take on a short position in gold and silver. They are now looking for the selloff to accelerate with hopes that the $1,200 dollar level in gold and the $17.00 dollar level
will be tested some time soon. These guys typically don’t like to hold a position too long unless the momentum is in their favor. If this market reverses they will cover in a heartbeat.

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The Market Gage - Dillon Gage's Precious Metals Newsletter

Gold Maintains Against a Stronger Dollar

After reaching a three week low in the price of gold on Friday, the yellow metal has rebounded nicely this morning. Despite all the news of higher interest rates and the stronger dollar, the price is still holding above the $1,230 area

Good news for the longs as on Friday at one point it looked like the market was going to test the 100-day moving average around the $1,218 area, but steady buying emerged when the market traded down to $1,223 in the April contract.

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Another Greek Bailout Plan? What Could Be Impact on Gold?

Recently I have been sharing news about the troubled banking system facing Italy, but it’s time to once again to address the problems facing Greece.

Earlier in February while speaking in front of his party’s central committee, Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras sent some choice comments to the German Finance Minister. He said he wasn’t pleased with the “constant aggressiveness” against Greece and his “contemptuous remarks” toward the Greek people.

He also took a shot at the International Monetary Fund, as he put it, for not telling the EU the truth about the requirements for an economic recovery for his country. After many bailouts, Greece is now looking for a another.
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Dillon Gage Asia in Singapore

Dillon Gage Metals Opens Singapore Office

Expanding its global footprint to serve the Asian market

ADDISON, TX (January 26, 2017) – Dillon Gage Metals, an international precious metals wholesaler, announces the opening of a Singapore-based office to further their business interests in the buying, selling and trading of physical precious metals on a global stage. The newly formed entity will be known as Dillon Gage Asia, a.k.a. Dillon Gage Asia Private Ltd.
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Looking Back at Gold and The White House

As we start another Presidential Inauguration Day, it seems like a good time to look back at how gold has reacted to past presidents, at least since the restrictions on owning gold were lifted at the beginning of 1975, under Pres. Nixon. Continue reading →