Friday, February 27: Today in Gold and Silver

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — The gold rally that began in Far East trading on their Thursday morning got capped at, or shortly after, the London a.m. gold fix—and then once the COMEX opened, that was that.  By the close of London trading at 11 a.m. EST, the not-for-profit sellers had the gold price back in the box—and from there it chopped quietly sideways into 5:15 p.m. close of electronic trading.

Thursday, February 26: Today in Gold and Silver

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — As I noted in The Wrap section of yesterday’s column, there was a decent rally in gold in early Far East trading on their Wednesday.  But that all ended/got capped around 3 p.m. Hong Kong time—and an hour before the London open.  It was all quietly down hill for the remainder of the day, with the New York low coming shortly before the 1:30 pm. EST

Wednesday, February 25: Today in Gold and Silver

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — It was a volatile trading session for gold yesterday, but it all happened within a very tight price range—and appeared to center around the $1,200 price mark.  The high tick came at exactly 9 a.m. Hong Kong time on their Tuesday morning—and the low tick came at the London afternoon gold fix—and the subsequent rally got hammered flat during the next two hours of trading.  Then,

Tuesday, February 24: Today in Gold and Silver

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Not surprisingly, the gold price didn’t do too much in Far East trading on their Monday, but that all changed the moment that London opened—and about an hour later the gold price had printed its low tick of the day.  The subsequent rally lasted until a few minutes after 10:30 a.m. EST, before running into the usual sellers, who sold it down to just under unchanged