Gold,silver,platinum,and palladium trading

Gold,silver,platinum,and palladium tradingGold, Silver, Platinum, and Palladium Trading

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Platinum and palladium

Coins and bars pictured are not actual size. Fine content is measured in Troy ounces. Pictures are reprinted with permission of FideliTrade.

Other ways to invest in precious metals

Fidelity offers additional ways to gain exposure to precious metals. For example, you can purchase mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that invest in the securities of companies involved in the production of gold and/or other precious metals. Although most mutual funds provide indirect exposure, they often provide greater diversity than direct investment in a single commodity.

Note: The precious metals market is extremely volatile, 3 and investing directly in physical precious metals may not be appropriate for most investors.

Things to consider

IRAs are subject to federal laws and restrictions governing their investments in precious metals. 4 The only precious metals permitted to be purchased in a Fidelity IRA are:

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Forex trading egypt-a blog by abayomi,a forex traderThursday, 29 January 2015

Gold trading online Things You Need to Know

Gold trading online has become pretty popular nowadays, especially now that fears of a massive financial breakdown are widespread. Gold and other precious metals are now in high demand because unlike minted currency, they are not affected by inflation. If you are thinking of starting your own precious metals trading account, then there are a number of things that you should know:

There is a low rate of return

The problem with gold trading online, or trading in precious metals in general, is that their prices do not behave the same way as other markets do. A good example is the forex trading market wherein you can expect a good rate of return over a short period of time.

But even though the rate of return is low, the one thing that precious metals trading has going for it is that since their value is not tied down to one particular currency, they are almost impervious to depreciation. If you want a way to save your money's purchasing power, then you may want to invest it in precious metals.

Gold and other precious metals are subject to price corrections

Just like any other tradable commodity, gold and other kinds of precious metals are still subject to price corrections. The problem with trading in precious metals is that if you do not hold onto your gold long enough, these price corrections may cause you to lose money, so you need to take them into consideration when you go into trades.

You can easily trade in gold online

Going into online gold trading is actually more secure than most other trades because you are not required to have physical ownership of the gold you are planning to trade with, thus making it pretty much similar to forex trading. In fact, plenty of forex trading companies also offer precious metals trading in their list of services; so besides choosing currencies, you have the option of trading in gold, silver, and other precious metals.

Though it may seem like trading in precious metals is a relatively safe way to invest your money, there are still some risks involved that you need to take into consideration; and you also need to take note that it may take a long time before you can make a significant amount of profit, depending on the strength of the economy.

So just like any other investments, in gold trading online, you should never invest money that you cannot afford since there is a chance that it will remain frozen for a long time and may not even increase in value unless there is a significant decline in the economy that causes printed money to drop in value; but in any case, gold and other precious metals are still a good investment.

Precious metals pairs trading

Precious metals pairs tradingPrecious Metals Pairs Trading

December 16, 2013 by Richard Feit

Many investors own some precious metals in their portfolios. Often times the investment is in actual coinage or bars of silver, gold, platinum, or palladium. There are exchange traded funds(ETFs) that represent physical deposits of the commodity. GLD represents .1 ounce of gold. SLV represents one full ounce of silver. PALL is backed by .1 ounce of Palladium, and PLT is backed by .1 ounce of Platinum. The ETFs charge a management fee. As a result, the ETFs track the actual commodity, but do not represent the actual prices.

The Swingtrader philosophy is to trade only when you have an edge. Pairing up some of the commodities and either trading the pair or only trading the component of the pair that is stronger, will lower risk. With the pairs trade, you dont capture the direction of the prices. you capture the outperformance of one component over the other. With the directional trade, you only go long that component that is in the upswing direction of the pair and is in a stronger upswing than the other.

The following two examples of precious metals pairs should be helpful.

Go long the top security (green) and short the bottom(red) when the vertical line is green.

A glance at the results achieved with your eye or ruler should illustrate the profitability of the pairs trade.

The first pair is Gold(GLD) (green), Silver(SLV)red

The second pair is Platinum(PPLT)green, palladium (PALL) red.

Base metals

Base metalsSelect Base Metals News

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Latest data: US total vehicle sales unchanged at 18.2 million units, China Caixin services PMI 52, J. ZINC TODAY - Surprisingly weak but this may be an opportunity by WAdams - 03-11-2015

The cuts have changed the outlook considerably in our view. Sentiment may still be weak but the we expect. METALS MORNING VIEW - Alcoa's cutbacks, another step in the right direction for the metals by WAdams - 03-11-2015

A look at the break down in the volume so far today, see table below, shows aluminium is in the spot. ZINC TODAY - Looking for direction after Glencore-inspired breakout by TMoore - 16-10-2015

Zinc is testing key support from the 7 DMA, which has been shaping the price higher, on reduced buying. METALS MORNING VIEW - Dollar weakness drives gold prices, base metals hold up in high ground by WAdams - 15-10-2015

The base and precious metals ended up putting in a positive day yesterday helped by disappointing US.

Trading strategy for silver

Trading strategy for silverSilver, Gold & Miners ETF Trading Strategy – Part II

November 24th, 2013 at 3:16 pm

Precious Metals ETF Trading . It’s been a week since my last gold silver report which I took a lot of heat because of my bearish outlook. Friday’s closing price has this sector trading precariously close to a major sell off if it’s not already started.

On a percentage bases I feel precious metals mining stocks as whole will be selling at a sharp discount in another week or three. ETF funds like the GDX, GDXJ and SIL have the most downside potential. The amount of emails I received from followers of those who have been buying more precious metals and gold stocks as price continues to fall was mind blowing.

If precious metals continue to fall on Monday and Tuesday of this week selling volume should spike as protective stops will be getting run and the individuals who are underwater with a large percentage of their portfolio in the precious metals sector could start getting margin calls and cause another washout, spike low similar to what we saw in 2008.

ETF Trading Charts:

Below are updated with Friday’s closing prices showing technical breakdowns across the board..

Sweet Sour ETF Trading Analysis:

Just to make things a little more interesting I would like to point out a couple other types of analysis.

Sweet : Through analysis of the CEF Central Fund of Canada Ltd. chart and evaluation it is clear precious metals are falling out of favor at an increased rate. This fund owns physical gold and silver bullion and investors are fleeing the fund so fast that it is now trading at a 7% discount of its asset value . While this may not seem good for metals I see it as a positive.

When everyone is running for one door after an extended moves has already taken place it tends to act as a contrarian indicator. Knowing that some of the largest percent moves in a trend takes place before reversing, I see this information as an early warning that a bottom will soon be put in place.

Sour . While the USD index has not been much help compared to 2012, I feel as though a rising dollar is likely to unfold for a couple weeks which may lend a hand to pulling the precious metals sector down.

Precious Metals ETF Trading Conclusion:

While I am starting to get bullish for a long term investment in precious metals I know that a bottom has likely not yet been made. But even if it has been, it is better to buy during a basing pattern or breakout to the upside from a basing pattern than to be underwater with a position for an extended period of time along with all the other negatives that come along with it.

I do like the idea of CEF as a long term investment when I feel the time is right. I have invested and traded it many times in the past. The key to trading the fund is to be sure you are buying it at fair value or a discount from the net asset value. You do not want to be buying it when it is trading at a 5-7% premium. The fund owns both gold and silver making it a simple diversified precious metals play.

Silver,gold-miners etf trading strategy–part ii

Silver,gold-miners etf trading strategy–part iiSilver, Gold Miners ETF Trading Strategy – Part II

Precious Metals ETF Trading: It’s been a week since my last gold silver report which I took a lot of heat because of my bearish outlook. Friday’s closing price has this sector trading precariously close to a major sell off if it’s not already started.

On a percentage bases I feel precious metals mining stocks as whole will be selling at a sharp discount in another week or three. ETF funds like the GDX, GDXJ and SIL have the most downside potential. The amount of emails I received from followers of those who have been buying more precious metals and gold stocks as price continues to fall was mind blowing.

If precious metals continue to fall on Monday and Tuesday of this week selling volume should spike as protective stops will be getting run and the individuals who are underwater with a large percentage of their portfolio in the precious metals sector could start getting margin calls and cause another washout, spike low similar to what we saw in 2008.

ETF Trading Charts

Below are updated with Friday’s closing prices showing technical breakdowns across the board..

Sweet Sour ETF Trading Analysis

Just to make things a little more interesting I would like to point out a couple other types of analysis.

Sweet: Through analysis of the CEF Central Fund of Canada Ltd. chart and evaluation it is clear precious metals are falling out of favor at an increased rate. This fund owns physical gold and silver bullion and investors are fleeing the fund so fast that it is now trading at a 7% discount of its asset value. While this may not seem good for metals I see it as a positive.

When everyone is running for one door after an extended moves has already taken place it tends to act as a contrarian indicator. Knowing that some of the largest percent moves in a trend takes place before reversing, I see this information as an early warning that a bottom will soon be put in place.

Sour: While the USD index has not been much help compared to 2012, I feel as though a rising dollar is likely to unfold for a couple weeks which may lend a hand to pulling the precious metals sector down.

Precious Metals ETF Trading Conclusion

While I am starting to get bullish for a long term investment in precious metals I know that a bottom has likely not yet been made. But even if it has been, it is better to buy during a basing pattern or breakout to the upside from a basing pattern than to be underwater with a position for an extended period of time along with all the other negatives that come along with it.

I do like the idea of CEF as a long term investment when I feel the time is right. I have invested and traded it many times in the past. The key to trading the fund is to be sure you are buying it at fair value or a discount from the net asset value. You do not want to be buying it when it is trading at a 5-7% premium. The fund owns both gold and silver making it a simple diversified precious metals play.

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Aspectctrm for metals

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Base Metals

Base Metals Concentrates

Moisture content and tracking wet and dry quantities

Capturing and tracking multiple payable metals contained in the concentrate, allowing each metal to be valued and MTM using a separate price curve and quotational periods

Anticipated assays and real assays

Recording and tracking treatment charges and value them against their own forward curve

Complex pricing and penalties

MTM for treatment charges, refining charges, penalties and more

Hedge with LME Futures, Carries Averaging Trades

Drill down PL reports to identify changes in PL

Ferrous Metals

AspectCTRM supports Ferrous Metals trading. This includes physical (including assays penalties for iron ore, freight linked to Baltic Exchange indices), and derivative contracts including iron ore, coking coal, steel and FFA swaps options.

Precious Metals

AspectCTRM offers a complete standard system with customized functionality unique to precious metals trading to help you manage metal forwards, lease trades and exchange-traded precious futures and options, and also:

Set automatic mark-to-market (MTM) rules based on precious metal product and location

Create and manage inter-company trades

Perform precious metal forward curve bootstrapping

Manage options across ETOs, OTC European and Asian options

Metal Derivative Trading Hedging

AspectCTRM gives you the tools you need to manage price risks across your physical and derivative trading activities, ensuring your physical positions are hedged in line with your risk appetite. Continuously manage changing positions through Aspect’s robust real-time profit and loss, exposure and risk analysis functions and reports. AspectCTRM provides users with support for invoicing, broker reconciliation, VaR, stress testing and more.

Aspect offers very powerful reporting functionality. Users can easily create and customize their own reports using Aspect’s scripting language – here is an example of a customized base metal concentrate report.

Commodity etf trading strategy

Commodity etf trading strategyCommodity ETF trading strategy

I like to use this simple and profitable commodity etf trading strategy . ETFs trading is an important part of my personal trading. I also advise to use exchange traded funds to my clients and friends as they are really good trading vehicle especially for swing trading strategy. They are good for mid-term position trades for multiple weeks or months as well.

Commodities are an important part of business life for a lot of companies and also consumers are confronted with their price when they want fill they cars tank to show one example. The whole world is now using different commodities, from live cattle to oil, to accomplish economic goals.

Basics of my trading strategy for commodity exchange traded funds

The basic idea of this strategy is to use relative strength analysis between general CRB commodity index or fund with symbol DBC and a specific commodity group.

You can use group ETFs like the precious metals fund, base metals ETFs, Energy ETFs, agriculture commodity exchange traded funds. Or you can use specific individual tickers like are gold, silver or Oil fund and trade them, accordingly.

The first step Use broad commodity fund with symbol DBC as the base index for relative strength. Here is the chart:

The second point you will use charts of group ETFs to select ones with most relative strength for longs and with most relative weakness for shorts.

Here are charts for group ETFs each one for specific group of commodities.

Agriculture fund:

Energy fund:

Precious metals fund:

When you compare situation on the charts above you could see some important points:

Commodities are in strong uptrend. You would prefer to be long some commodity exchange traded funds.

The most strength is in DBE and DBP. It tells you to find trade setup in Energy ETFs or Precious metals fund. There is a much bigger chance for a continuation of the rising move than in agriculture fund DBA

You can go deeper and look for more specific exchange traded fund to trade withing the strongest group. Like Gold or Silver ETF in Precious metals group.

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Trading strategies in commodity market,base metals and precious metals

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A beginner-s guide to precious metals

A beginner-s guide to precious metalsA Beginner's Guide To Precious Metals

Since the dawn of time, gold and silver have been recognized as valuable. And even today, precious metals have their place in a savvy investor's portfolio. But which precious metal is best for investment purposes? And why are they so volatile? If you're just getting started in precious metals, read on to learn more about how they work and how you can invest in them. There are many ways to buy into precious metals like gold, silver and platinum and a host of good reasons why you should give in to the treasure hunt.

All That Glitters IS Gold

We'll start with the grand-daddy of them all: gold. Gold is unique for its durability (it doesn't rust or otherwise corrode), malleability and its ability to conduct both heat and electricity. It has some industrial applications in dentistry and electronics, but we know it principally as a base for jewelry and as a form of currency .

The value of gold is determined by the market 24 hours a day, nearly seven days a week. Gold trades predominantly as a function of sentiment; its price is less affected by the laws of supply and demand. This is because new mine supply is vastly outweighed by the sheer size of above-ground, hoarded gold. To put it simply, when the hoarders feel like selling, the price drops. When they want to buy, new supply is quickly absorbed and the gold prices are driven higher. (Learn more in Does It Still Pay To Invest In Gold? )

Several factors account for an increased desire to hoard the yellow metal:

Systemic Financial Concerns

When banks and money are perceived as unstable and/or political stability is questionable, gold has often been sought as a safe store of value. (To learn more, read 8 Reasons To Own Gold .)

Inflation

When real rates of return in the equity. bond or real estate markets are negative, people regularly flock to gold as an asset that will maintain its value. (For more insight, see Coping With Inflation Risk .)

War or Political Crises

War and political upheaval have always sent people into gold-hoarding mode. An entire lifetime's worth of savings can be made portable and stored until it needs to be traded for foodstuffs, shelter or safe passage to a less dangerous destination. (For related reading, check out War's Influence On Wall Street .)

The Silver Bullet

Unlike gold, the price of silver swings between its perceived role as a store of value and its very tangible role as an industrial metal. For this reason, price fluctuations in the silver market are more volatile than gold.

So, while silver will trade roughly in line with gold as an item to be hoarded (investment demand), the industrial supply/demand equation for the metal exerts an equally strong influence on price. That equation has always fluctuated with new innovations, including:

Silver's once predominant role in the photography industry (silver-based photographic film), which was been eclipsed by the advent of the digital camera.

The rise of a vast middle class in the emerging market economies of the East, which created an explosive demand for electrical appliances, medical products and other industrial items that require silver inputs. From bearings to electrical connections, silver's properties made it a desired commodity .

Silver's use in batteries, superconductor applications and microcircuit markets.

It's unclear whether (or to what extent) these developments will affect overall noninvestment demand for silver. One fact remains; silver's price is affected by its applications and is not just used in fashion or as a store of value. (Find out how everyday items you use can affect your investments in Commodities That Move The Markets .)

Platinum Bombshell

Like gold and silver, platinum is traded around the clock on global commodities markets. It tends to fetch a higher price than gold during routine periods of market and political stability, simply because it's much rarer; far less of the metal is actually pulled from the ground annually. Other factors that determine platinum's price include:

Like silver, platinum is considered an industrial metal. The greatest demand for platinum comes from automotive catalysts, which are used to reduce the harmfulness of emissions. After this, jewelry accounts for the majority of demand. Petroleum and chemical refining catalysts and the computer industry use up the rest.

Because of the auto industry's heavy reliance on the metal, platinum prices are determined in large part by auto sales and production numbers. "Clean air" legislation could require automakers to install more catalytic converters, increasing demand, but in 2009, American and Japanese car makers were turning to recycled auto catalysts, or using more of platinum's reliable (and usually less expensive) sister group metal, palladium.

Platinum mines are heavily concentrated in only two countries: South Africa and Russia. This creates greater potential for cartel - like action that would support, or even artificially raise, platinum prices.

Investors should consider that all of the above factors serve to make platinum the most volatile of the precious metals. (For more on this entire industry, check out The Industry Handbook: Precious Metals .)

Filling Up Your Treasure Chest

Let's take a look at the options available to those who want to invest in precious metals.

Commodity ETFs . Exchange traded funds exist for all three precious metals, but as of 2009, you'll have to be able to trade the London Stock Exchange (LSE) to access one for platinum. ETFs are a convenient and liquid means of purchasing and selling gold, silver or platinum. (For more insight, see Gold Showdown: ETFs Vs. Futures .)

Common Stocks and Mutual Funds . Shares of precious metals miners are leveraged to price movements in the precious metals. Unless you're aware of how mining stocks are valued, it may be wiser to stick to funds with managers with solid performance records. (For related reading, see Strike Gold With Junior Mining .)

Futures and Options . The futures and options markets offers liquidity and leverage to investors who want to make big bets on metals. The greatest potential profits - and losses - can be had with derivative products. (For more on these agreements for delivery, check out Trading Gold and Silver Futures Contracts .)

Bullion . Coins and bars are strictly for those who have a place to put them. Certainly, for those who are expecting the worst, bullion is the only option, but for investors with a time horizon, bullion is illiquid and downright bothersome to hold.

Certificates . Certificates offer investors all the benefits of physical gold ownership minus the hassle of transportation and storage. That said, if you're looking for insurance in a real disaster, certificates are just paper. Don't expect anyone to take them in exchange for anything of value.

Will Precious Metals Shine for You?

Precious metals offer unique inflationary protection - they have intrinsic value, they carry no credit risk and they themselves cannot be inflated (you can't print more of them). They also offer genuine "upheaval insurance", against financial or political/military upheavals.

From an investment theory standpoint, precious metals also provide low or negative correlation to other asset classes like stocks and bonds. This means that even a small percentage of precious metals in a portfolio will reduce both volatility and risk.

Conclusion

Precious metals provide a useful and effective means of diversifying a portfolio. The trick to achieving success with them is to know your goals and risk profile before jumping in. The volatility of the precious metals can be harnessed to accumulate wealth, but left unchecked, it can also lead to ruin. (Still want more information? Read Contemplating Collectible Investments and What Is Wrong With Gold? )

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In this book the reader will learn how to trade gold and silver using an online foreign exchange platform. The 50:1 leverage that Forex provides allows a trader to control a large amount of gold and silver with a small account. For entry level traders this is a much easier and more profitable method for trading precious metals than traditional future contracts. Example, you can control ,000 dollars worth of gold for ,000 dollars.

This book will cover basic Forex trading, gold, and silver, ETFs, future contracts, technical trading strategies, terminologies, and commodity forecasting. The reader will learn how to properly formulate and implement a low risk, high return trading strategy tailored for precious metals and Forex.

So, if you’re not a hedge fund manager or professional commodities trader and you want to profit in today’s exploding gold and silver markets, you have found the right book.

I will not be discussing myself or my accolades like most trade authors love to do; only trading strategies. My hope is that this information becomes as valuable to you as it has been to me.

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As far as pricing, gold bars are a cheaper alternative to gold coins which will carry higher premiums depending on the country of their origin. Manufacturers can come from a variety of countries with the most popular being Switzerland, United States, Canada & Australia. Normally gold bars are at least .999 fine and most reputable producers of gold bars will encase them in a certificate card with a matching serial number on the bar as well as the card. These certificates will contain not only the serial number but the weight and purity.

Purchasing gold for investment purposes has traditionally been a hedge against inflation and weakness in the US dollar. For thousands of years gold has been a store of wealth and value which continues today. Owning physical precious metals is a strategy of the very wealthy for centuries and although precious metals don't necessarily need to be your only investment, it may be wise to make them a part of your strategy moving forward.

Gold coins offer a unique investment opportunity as you are not only investing in the metal itself, but also the scarcity or rarity of the coin. Many collectors will use mintage as a guide when choosing gold coins to collect. Most larger countries are modern producers of gold coins with many countries who have been producing them for centuries. The use of gold coins dates back to ancient times and coin collecting has been appropriately named the "hobby of kings". Today's popular gold coins include the US American Gold Eagle, The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. The Gold Chinese Panda and many others. Golden Eagle stocks an enormous inventory of gold coins from the modern bullion issues all the way back to ancient coins.

Gold bars are typically what most people picture when they think of investing in gold. COMEX deliverable, 400 Ounce bars are frequently depicted in the movies or shown in Fort Knox. In truth, gold bars come in a variety of sizes for any investor. One ounce bars are the most common since they easy to calculate using the spot gold price which is also based on one troy ounce. Smaller bars like 1 gram can fit inside a thimble. We offer a range of sizes all the way to 100 Ounce gold bars.

As far as pricing, gold bars are a cheaper alternative to gold coins which will carry higher premiums depending on the country of their origin. Manufacturers can come from a variety of countries with the most popular being Switzerland, United States, Canada & Australia. Normally gold bars are at least .999 fine and most reputable producers of gold bars will encase them in a certificate card with a matching serial number on the bar as well as the card. These certificates will contain not only the serial number but the weight and purity.

Purchasing gold for investment purposes has traditionally been a hedge against inflation and weakness in the US dollar. For thousands of years gold has been a store of wealth and value which continues today. Owning physical precious metals is a strategy of the very wealthy for centuries and although precious metals don't necessarily need to be your only investment, it may be wise to make them a part of your strategy moving forward.

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