Demand for 0.1-ounce American Eagle coins spiked after a downturn in prices, depleting supplies and closing the door on entry-level bullion investors.
Gold in particular may be at a tipping point: It could either stage a rally or sink into further declines.
The bubble will burst, so take some profits off the table now.
The store of value that Wall Street loves to hate shows off its volatile side. But those who understand the economy and the world understand this is not the time to panic.
Here's how investors can turn the bear market to their advantage.
A bad day for stocks becomes much worse after blasts kill at least 3, injure many more along the Marathon course. Gold suffers its worst 2-day loss since 1980.
The sudden plunge in prices has stumped many investors, but you can find any number of theories to explain it.
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