Tag: Gold Prices

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom…. Up Go Gold Prices!

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom…. Up Go Gold Prices!

I hope you enjoyed a great Memorial Day Weekend with a wonderful get-away and are ready to return to work because we definitely have something worth looking at, as we get into the summer season. The price of gold is back up again.  Gold shot up to over $950 per ounce in the last week, roaring to Read More

May 27, 2009 | By | Reply More
Buy, Sell, or Hold?

Buy, Sell, or Hold?

Every week when I write this blog, I research what is going on in gold trading around the world, along with what is being said about gold prices and trading in various media resources.  It’s an interesting process because who isn’t interested in gold, trading, and the markets, right?  I really enjoy Read More

May 11, 2009 | By | Reply More
All That Glitters…

All That Glitters…

If you’ve been waiting to buy gold, this might be the moment.  Gold prices have fallen 8% in the last several weeks.  The downward glide seems to have halted, which is comforting to some.  Jewelers are considering whether it might be the moment to stalk up.  But so far, nobody knows. And why?  Read More

April 13, 2009 | By | Reply More
Dollar Up Equals Gold Slightly Off

Dollar Up Equals Gold Slightly Off

The American dollar is up and if you’ve been following along, you know what that means: the long ascending path of gold has stalled for a bit. For the last several weeks, there has been a media campaign by the new administration of U.S. President Barack Obama to bring hope to American consumers.   Read More

March 30, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold: Near Record High and Potential to Reset

Gold: Near Record High and Potential to Reset

The price of gold continues to climb this month, as investors fears continue to drag on the American dollar.   The price stood at $950 per ounce last week, as the U.S. President Barack Obama pleaded and actually sort of bullied Congress to take action on his Stimulus plan.  The “safe haven” appeal Read More

February 16, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More
Gold Prices Rocket Up, then Dip Slightly

Gold Prices Rocket Up, then Dip Slightly

Yup, it was a tough week for the American dollar. More businesses failed. More mortgages foreclosed. More people lost their jobs. Consumer optimism is low. The dollar sank. But gold prices are booming again. Gold rose to its highest in a week overseas this (Monday) morning, riding on a recovery in Read More

January 19, 2009 | By | Reply More
Pricing Gold Chains Like Jewelers

Pricing Gold Chains Like Jewelers

Gold chains are by far the simplest types of gold jewelry to price. Learn how to price gold chains like professional jewelers! The most important thing to look for is the gram weight of the gold chain in question. Once you have determined the gram weight, you are equipped for price comparisons. Of Read More

December 31, 2008 | By | 2 Replies More
Gold Prices Hit Historic High!

Gold Prices Hit Historic High!

I was going to write about making resolutions relating to buying and investing and enjoying gold in coin, jewelry and investment gold this week, but when I took a look at the news of the day, I felt compelled to discussed what is going on in the markets. That’s because gold advanced for a second day Read More

December 29, 2008 | By | 2 Replies More
Important Jewelry Shopping Tips

Important Jewelry Shopping Tips

When you are in the market for a new piece of jewelry, it’s important to be aware of a few key factors. First and foremost, getting beautiful jewelry at a great price requires knowledge. But what knowledge, exactly? In a nutshell, always do research on the item you are looking for before buying. We’ll Read More

December 26, 2008 | By | Reply More
Holiday Gold Giving!

Holiday Gold Giving!

Have you been in the malls in the last month or so? Gold prices are up, but so are the “sale” and “deep discount” signs.  But gold is expected to do okay this season, as retailers sink deep into the worry zone that has clinched all businesses during this downturn. Idexonline.com reports that nearly Read More

December 24, 2008 | By | 1 Reply More
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