Posted June 22, 2009
The Onion, a satirical news organization, posted a funny video over the weekend that reported on an emergency White House economic plan to sell the US national gold reserves for cash through precious metal buyers Cash4Gold.com.
Posted June 15, 2009
India imported 17.8 tonnes of gold in May, representing an 11% decline compared to April and a 39% drop from May 2008.
Posted June 11, 2009
Gold World research presents the 3 best ways to invest in gold in 2009, including where to purchase bullion, ETFs and gold stocks.
Posted June 10, 2009
Wealth Daily publisher Brian Hicks offers insight into the economic reasons for oil price fluctuations over the past year, including the effects of peak oil.
Posted June 4, 2009
Gold World features the latest addition to the Angel Publishing family, rising investment star Alex Koyfman, who shares his aluminum price outlook.
Posted June 1, 2009
Editor Sam Hopkins takes a look at Brazil's massive foreign investment inflows and how the country could be churning out 200 tons per year within the next decade.
Posted May 12, 2009
Crude oil prices rose above $60 per barrel this morning, before pulling back, as the market focused on new signs of economic stabilization and a weaker US dollar.
Posted April 30, 2009
Some of the world's top gold miners experienced significantly lower profits during the first quarter of 2009 as production costs increased and the market experienced a 2% decline in the average price of gold.
Posted April 23, 2009
Wealth Daily editor Steve Christ examines why chemical sector stocks are the way to play the rising tide.
Posted April 16, 2009
The Canadian dollar maintained a six-week rally against the U.S. dollar today as crude oil prices continued to show stability at $50 per barrel. The petro-linked loonie traded at a 3-month high against the greenback today, moving as high as $0.83680 to the U.S. dollar.
Posted April 15, 2009
Gold World guest editor Nick Hodge discussed investing in desalination as a solution to looming water problems.
Posted April 14, 2009
South East Asian gold miner Avocet Mining PLC announced plans to buy Wega Mining ASA for appropriately $108 million in a shares and debt deal. The move would create a new mid-tier gold company with annual production approaching 300,000 ounces.
Posted April 13, 2009
The size of India's gems and jewelery sector is expected to decline by 3.9% this year, according to the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India, the highest body of the Chambers of Commerce of India.
Posted April 8, 2009
The volume of gold sales in China is not expected to increase this year due to the ongoing global economic crisis.
Posted April 7, 2009
Gold World editor Luke Burgess outlines the problems of U.S. national debt and hints at a way to profit from the decline in value of the U.S. dollar.