Monday, September 8, 2008


Those doubting the security of owning gold and selling gold for profit should take a few factors into consideration this week.  Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were taken over by the government this week, after a stunning financial collapse of the housing entities. 

However, on Tuesday, gold fell below $800 an ounce for the first time, reaching ultimate lows of $795.00.  The last decline of this magnitude was in mid-August at $773.90/oz.  The last high for gold was on March 17th at $1,030.80 an ounce. 

Many are expecting gold at $1,225 an ounce, but yesterday’s rise - where the dollar hit a one-year high - did not increase the precious metal’s pricing.

Physical buying of gold is anticipated to increase in coming months.  The festive seasons in India, requiring gold bullion.  Bullion was priced at $987.75 an ounce in mid-July and has since fallen to $800 an ounce, but can be expected to rise due to the shortage.

Check back with us for additional information about buying and selling gold.

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