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Just in time for the Holidays: Gold Slips!

Just in time for the Holidays: Gold Slips!

As we discussed in our last post about gold prices, gold did indeed, for a time, hit the $1200 mark.  But now it is falling and just in time for the favored “Gold and Silver” season of the year: holiday gift giving with parties and occasions to wear such gifts and show them off.  Everyone loves this Read More

December 8, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold $1200 per ounce?  In Our Sights!

Gold $1200 per ounce? In Our Sights!

Gold closes the day going into Thanksgiving at just short of the next milepost above: $1192.40.   Experts say we are at the start of what might be termed a “gold bull market” that can be expected to last several years.   Here at applesofgold.com, we certainly expect it will hit the $1200 mark within Read More

November 25, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold Prices Up Again!

Gold Prices Up Again!

Gold prices have jumped to new records in the past week, closing Friday at $1116.70 per ounce after wobbling all the way down t0 $1105.00 earlier in the same session.   That may sound great, but this was down from a new record high on Thursday of $1123.40 before settling at the weekend’s mark. This Read More

November 22, 2009 | By | Reply More
Is It Time to Buy Or Sell?

Is It Time to Buy Or Sell?

I was talking with a friend this past week when I mentioned that I had a gold necklace that I wouldn’t mind selling.  “Why haven’t you sold it now?  The price of gold is pretty good.  What are you waiting for?” Well, it’s exactly that. I am waiting.   Last week, we compared gold prices now, tottering between Read More

October 25, 2009 | By | Reply More
Over $1000, But Is That “High?”

Over $1000, But Is That “High?”

After a 19% increase, gold hit $1072 per ounce last week.   It’s down just a little as the week opens ($1052.92). Remember when the recession was closing in on us and prices began to go up fast, so many people rushed off to trade in their gold?   It was interesting to watch and certainly, more interesting Read More

October 19, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold Prices: Now or Next Year?

Gold Prices: Now or Next Year?

Gold prices are not setting new records, but they are not going downward, are they?  The precious metal closed the week at $1049.20.   It is obviously a difficult time in the economy; the recession may be over and signs of recovery being seen (at least according to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and Read More

October 10, 2009 | By | Reply More
Jittery Gold Market Effecting Gold Jewelry Prices?

Jittery Gold Market Effecting Gold Jewelry Prices?

It’s a jittery time in the gold market.  Prices go up.  Prices go down.   And what does that really mean for lovers of fine gold jewelry? Two weeks ago, the price was at a peak: $1011 per ounce.  It was a heady time as one analyst predicted that the price “could go as high as $5000 per ounce” Read More

September 28, 2009 | By | Reply More
Apples of Gold Has Raised its Cash for Gold Payout Rates

Apples of Gold Has Raised its Cash for Gold Payout Rates

With Gold over $1,000 per ounce as of September 8, 2009, Apples of Gold has raised its pay-out rate for its cash for gold program. View Apples of Gold’s rates — payout rates are higher than most popular gold for cash companies and what differentiates Apples of Gold from other companies is transparency: Read More

September 15, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold Predictions and Expectations

Gold Predictions and Expectations

The price of gold shot up to the $1000 per ounce mark last week and I hope that rocketing upward was as exciting for you as it was for me.  I loved it.   Fun, fun, fun to watch and talk about and consider in reviewing the markets overall. And then it fell today.  That’s kind of what precious Read More

September 14, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold Prices Hit $1000 mark… AGAIN!

Gold Prices Hit $1000 mark… AGAIN!

The price of gold shot up on markets around the world as American markets reopened and people went back to work following a holiday weekend.   The news suggests that investors are still very skeptical of the market, skeptical of the dollar, and skeptical of investments retaining their value in a shaky Read More

September 8, 2009 | By | Reply More
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