When world economic markets start to teeter, we naturally see a rise in the price of gold. This is because investors see gold as a commodity that represents stability. Regardless of what happens to economies at home and across the globe, gold has guaranteed value. As you've probably noticed in the news, Read More
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
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
Gold, the bellwether of market and economic trends, has opened slightly higher this week. The reason? A somewhat weaker dollar.
There has been a five week slump in gold prices, but as last week closed, the price jumped up by about $24. The precious yellow metal reopened on Monday at $952.40 Read More