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Perth Mint November 2020 Release: AUSTRALIAN LUNAR SERIES III: 2021 Year of the OX

The Perth Mint has released another immaculate set of coins to commemorate the upcoming year of the Ox next year. The auspicious year brings with it an ancient myth of how the More »

Perth Mint Precious Metal Collectors Coin Release [October 2020]

New Coin Releases by the Perth Mint The Perth Mint is well known for its high grade, high quality gold and silver coins since it was established on 22 June 1899. Up More »

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Siren Gold (ASX:SNG) ASX debut [8th October 2020]

Siren Gold shares began trading at 45 cents on October 7th, after a much anticipated and successful capital raising at 25 cents in September 2020. The company raised the capital for the More »

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Titan Minerals : Destined for greater things [ASX: TTM]

Titan Minerals Limited (TTM, formerly Minera Gold Limited) is a gold and copper explorer with a chequered past and a more certain future. After first listing on the ASX in 2006, raising More »

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De Grey Mining : September 2020 Review [ASX: DEG]

De Grey Mining (‘DEG’) is a Western Australia-based gold explorer in the world renowned Pilbara, seeking to develop its Mallina Gold Project (‘MGP’) located 60 km south of Port Headland. MGP is More »

Week in Review: Gold and Silver sink further on the first week of March [01st to 05th March 2021]

Gold and Silver started the week (and month) on a positive foot but lost ground during the week. The latter hit a five-week low around the $25 USD level as gold sunk below $1700 USD for the first time since June last year. Here’s a detailed look at how the two precious metals performed: Monday

Week in Review: Gold and Silver lose early gains as February comes to an end [22nd to 26th February 2021]

The two precious metals had another bad week with gold seeing the second month of losses. The yellow metal fell below $1740 USD after shedding 4.2% by Friday. Gold has now given up almost $200 since the start of the year. The Silver market assumed a similar path, losing more than 5% by the end

Week in Review: Gold struggles to gain its ground [15th to 19th February 2021]

Silver outperformed gold once again as the latter faced a lot of pressure in its recovery path. Metal traders gave gold the cold shoulder and focused their attention on silver that made headlines. A positive move in Gold prices remained a rarity throughout the week, making the yellow metal retreat to the market’s back seat.

Week in Review: A quiet week for Gold and Silver [8th to 12th February 2021]

After a bright start to the week, the precious metals went on to record gains on two consecutive days. The metals lost ground on Thursday, seeing the most significant declines of the week.  Only silver bounced back as the week came to an end. Monday 8th Gold was trading at $1,829.87 USD ($2,367.95 AUD), up

Week in Review: Late recovery for Gold and Silver [1st to 5th February 2021]

Silver was the headline of the week with its markets all over the place as retailer traders tried to pull a ‘short squeeze.’ The markets remained out of control for the larger part of the week, with traders looking to find stability at the $30 level. Gold, on the other hand, dipped at the beginning

Week in Review: Silver benefits the most from Wall Street’s latest chaos [25th to 29th January 2021]

It was a busy week for the metal market. The week’s standout events were the Federal Reserve’s two-day Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting and the Robinhood-GameStop frenzy that turned into a crisis. The former ended with a statement from the Fed Chairman Powell that affected the markets on Wednesday. Here is the summary: Monday 25th

Week in Review: Gold and silver dip on account of massive selling pressure [18th to 22nd January 2021]

The haven metals had, yet again, another dramatic week. Both metals recorded heavy dips as the week came to an end, wiping away early gains. The Friday slump came as sell-off pressure among investors intensified. Here is the summary: Monday 18th The metals had a fairly bright start to the week following a massive descent

Week in Review: Gold and silver lose ground heading into the weekend [11th to 15th January 2021]

The precious metals had a mixed performance that saw them dip ahead of the weekend. Gold traded near the $1850 level seeing the only significant change on the last day of the week. Silver stayed above the $25 level for the most part but couldn’t cut above $26. Overall, it was a dull week for

Week in Review: Gold and Silver markets plunge giving up early gains [4th to 8th January]

Gold and silver had a very bright start rallying on the first two days of the week. However, the precious metals. Both metals recorded their highest prices of the week on Tuesday before plummeting on the subsequent days. Gold sank to a three week low whereas silver saw a two-week low. Monday 4th The precious

Week in Review: Midweek gains for Silver and Gold to usher in 2021 [28th Dec to 1st Jan]

The precious metals posted fair performance in the last week of 2020. The most inspiring trading session happened on Wednesday as both metals recorded relatively significant gains.  The silver market particularly spiked investor interest as silver nearly got to $27 heading into 2021. Main Street analysts believe it is the metal to keep tabs on