That would be a great service for me, I don't like buying precious metals at this price level.It is being driven by fear and uncertainty.
Should the debt ceiling limit talks conclude successfully, the spot price will likely drop as quickly as it rose.
(It may continue to slowly rise over time, but this week gold's volatility is likely to continue to reflect moment-to-moment occurrences in Washington DC and the Euro-zone...)
Agree completely. In fact, I'm betting that they come to a deal with time to spare, and gold drops noticably immediately. I think I may call Apmex and lock-in a price on a little gold I'm thinking of letting go, so early this week is my window.Should the debt ceiling limit talks conclude successfully, the spot price will likely drop as quickly as it rose.
Same here, that's my big concern should I ditch an ounce or two. :With my luck, it will go up and keep going.
Yep, that's pretty much why I started buying back in '08.It is being driven by fear and uncertainty.