Monthly Archives: September 2011

The downfall of silver

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The bubble of silver seems to have finally burst. Silver prices fell steeply on Monday, reflecting the panic of the investors. Silver, along with gold, no longer seems a secure haven against the economic turmoil in the world today. Continue reading

The Gold bearing on the image of Silver

The current state of positive beliefs about gold is impacting silver’s impending predictions as forecasters believe it will possibly rise to $50 an ounce, riding high on gold’s success. HSBC relies on its gold’s affirmative forecast, where it has prophecised that the precious metal will cost $1,850 per ounce in 2013. Investors depend on these and similar forecasts for gold as they continue to analyze silver’s future. But what holds for gold may not be for silver. They need to have a neutral view of silver, irrespective of what lies ahead for gold. In such situations, the future outlook for silver is raising concerns. Continue reading

Precious Metals Continue to Lose for the Second Successive Session

silver bars

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Due to dim demand from stockists, both precious metals, gold and silver, continue to lose for the second consecutive session. Both the precious metals showed a run-down phase in the national capital. Continue reading

Silver investments over gold?

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There has been a lot of fanfare over gold in the global economy as a safe haven investment. Equity markets worldwide fell while the US struggled to rear its head above debt in the last month. Continue reading