by J. Johnson
Great and Wonderful Last Day of 2019 Folks!
We have a good start for the last day of the year with Gold up $5.20 with the trade at $1,523.80 after being driven up to $1,529.00 before the “calming down” affect was put into play with the low at $1,517.50. Silver is tagging along as usual with the trade at $18.075, up 7.4 cents after reaching $18.20 with the low at $17.965. The US Dollar, which is the only reason why precious metals has not exploded in price (here), is still losing steam, and more than precious metals are rising, with its value pegged at 96.105, down 30.2 points and at the low of 97.085 with the high way up at 96.415. Of course, all this happened already before 5 am pst, the Comex open, the London close, and still not a peep from California’s Nancy Squad who is making sure they win against the majority vote by “Any Means Possible”, even if it’s unfair or illegal.