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Did All That's Gold Glitter in 2007?

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Check out the best of Minyanville's 2007 gold content!

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At the beginning of 2007, Gold was priced below the $650 mark. After a steadily increasing and flirting with $850, the commodity has broken a flag pattern into year-end.

Minyanville's professors, as well as some surprise cameos, have followed the yellow metal all the way through. Check out the best of Minyanville's 2007 gold content below:


Got Gold?
by Laurie McGuirk on January 25
$20 or $30 bucks downside risk is insignificant compared to what we were just told.

The Golden Boyz
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What really drove Q4 profits at Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining?

Five Things You Need to Know About the Mr. T Gold Indicator
by Kevin Depew on April 27
Quit your jibba jabba!

Gold: Where Have We Been And Where Are We Going?
by Lance Lewis on July 25
...the ultimate store of value throughout recorded history has been gold, which outperformed just about every asset class in the stagflationary 1970s.

The Ultimate Store of Wealth
by Laurie McGuirk on July 25
Gold is immune to inflation as it is a real, tangible, indestructible natural element, limited in supply and unable to be counterfeited.

Mr. T and the Price of Gold
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Hoofy and Boo report on the "Mr T Gold Indicator", and have an unexpected guest.

The Mr. T Gold Indicator
by Kevin Depew on July 25
The Mr. T Gold Indicator is a proprietary technical indicator created by Minyanville to identify and anticipate prospective exhaustion points in the price data for gold.

Shocked That No One's Buying Gold?
by Lance Lewis on August 23
...the gold complex reacts positively to the monetary "medicine", not the sickness.

Confused by Gold and Silver's Recent Moves?
by Fil Zucchi on August 27
...over the last few weeks the relationship between gold and silver futures has broken down rather remarkably, with gold far outperforming silver.

10 Reasons To Own Gold
by Mike Mish Shedlock on August 30
A fiat dollar is merely a claim on resources, and it is a liability of the Fed (while its government bond holdings are its assets). Gold is gold. It is not anyone else's liability.

The Past, Present and Future In Gold
by Lance Lewis on September 7
...the ultimate store of value throughout recorded history has been gold, which outperformed just about every asset class in the stagflationary 1970s.

Will Gold Shine Again?
by Vitaliy Katsenelson on October 16
Gold's tangibility makes it seem impervious to the whims of politics, nature, and time, as opposed to paper assets such as stocks and bonds.

Special Update: Mr. T Gold Indicator Forms Rare Double Sell Signal
by Kevin Depew on November 27
In a stunning development, the Minyanville Mr. T Gold Indicator has formed a rare double sell signal on the chart.

Is Gold Breaking Free?
by Lance Lewis on December 14
Gold is resisting the decline in the euro (and the rally in the dollar).
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