Interviews

This interview was filmed earlier this week with our good friends at silver bullion TV. 

The 100-day and 50-day moving averages for gold have just crossed following months of a consistent differential, and this pattern is indicative of a "sharp drop" down in the gold price, said Gary Wagner, editor of the GoldForecast.com.

This interview was recorded on Tuesday, October 27.

It contains current views on the upcoming presidential election and it's possible affects on gold and silver pricing

Equities markets have seen some strong selling activity in the last week due to lingering uncertainties in the economy, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com, who is concerned about gold and silver potentially not holding their base at current levels. 

The annual Jackson Hole Symposium, a gathering of central bankers, economists, and financial institutions, will see its first ever virtual conference this week, and will likely set the tone for further U.S. dollar depreciation, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.
 

Gold prices saw their worst daily drop since 2013 on Tuesday. This sharp pullback was due to profit taking and did not detract from the long-term bullish picture, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com. “Personally, I do not believe it’s the end of a bull rally. We have entered some sort of a correction.

Silver investors and traders have been buying the white metal with a frenzy, with price growth outpacing that of gold, and the gold-silver ratio narrowing as a result.
 
A large driving force behind recent momentum is the resurgence of generalist investor interest in the sector, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.
 

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Gold prices could be expected to surpass the $1,800 an ounce mark by third or fourth quarter of this year, with near term signals remaining bullish, this according to Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.
 

Gold prices may have bottomed, and it’s only a matter of time before the next leg-up in prices take effect, this according to Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.