Tag: Gold Prices

Cash For Gold: How Rising Gold Prices Benefit You!

Cash For Gold: How Rising Gold Prices Benefit You!

Why Cash For Gold? Why Now? > Get Started! As we’ve mentioned, gold prices are on the rise. And as the value of gold only continues to increase, Apples of Gold has had to adjust jewelry prices to correspond to the direction of the gold market. But the increase works in your favor: we also Read More

August 20, 2011 | By | Reply More
In A Shaky Economy The Value of Gold Is Unshakable

In A Shaky Economy The Value of Gold Is Unshakable

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

August 18, 2011 | 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: 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
Gold Prices Trending Upward

Gold Prices Trending Upward

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

July 20, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold Regains Stability

Gold Regains Stability

The price of gold, slipping and sliding through the economic slushiness we’ve had of late, appears to have stabilized as the week begins. Gold, which had been falling as the dollar steadied on world markets, has now reversed itself.  The price was holding steady as the dollar weakened against the Read More

July 14, 2009 | By | Reply More
End of the Gold Bull Market?

End of the Gold Bull Market?

Watching gold prices again?  They are still down.  In fact, some are calling the end of the bull market on gold.  I saw this headline when I look around the internet to see the mood of the market: How the Gold Bull Market Ended That’s pretty stunning, isn’t it?  It was posted on a website that Read More

June 23, 2009 | By | Reply More
Good News for Gold Buyers: Prices Level Off

Good News for Gold Buyers: Prices Level Off

There is good news and bad in gold prices this week.  It all depends on your point of view and position in the gold market. As we’ve discussed here several times, the price of gold is firmly tied to the strength of the U.S. dollar and what goes on in the American economy.  When the economy is strong, Read More

June 8, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gas Up?  Gold Up!

Gas Up? Gold Up!

By now, you’ve noticed the price per gallon of gas inching, no vaulting up at the pump once again.  Just in time for vacations and summer fun, the price of gas skyrockets to heights not seen in months. And with it, the price of gold. The price of gas, we are led to believe, is increasing because Read More

June 1, 2009 | By | Reply More
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