Calibre Mining (CXB) just received another analyst buy target from yet another major bank. This time it was from Steven Green at TD. A closer look at the chart reveals CXB is near a key break-out level.

What's going on with the price of gold? Here's a weekly gold price chart analysis from our technical trader.

Last week we took a long look at how gold behaved on weekly charts. Today, we continue to examine the period after August 2016, but this time we focus on gold stocks through the S&P TSX Global Gold Index, known as the TSX Gold Index. 

It was recently revealed that JP Morgan had been manipulating the price of gold for years. So here's what to expect based on our gold chart analysis post-manipulation.

We nailed it twice with our 3 Taps and Out Trader's addage. Now, we're seeing the same chart pattern emerge from Mirasol Resources (TSX-V:MRZ)(OTC:MRZLF).

We disect the sizzle from the steak in an analyst report by Cormark Securities featuring Newcore Gold (TSX-V: NCAU) and their gold project in Ghana.

How Calibre Mining's management team continues to deliver on a winning corporate strategy, with analysts cheering the gold producer's results.

For years we have talked about the manipulation of precious metals prices - primarily by the big US banks. But what happens if Canadian banks get involved? Here's our take on why gold is the ultimate survival asset.

Milestones don't come along every day – that's why when they do, we should pay very close attention. Otherwise, it might be an opportunity missed. And Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX: CXB; OTCQX: CXBMF) just released its blueprint for the next decade.

One of the best performing funds just shocked the world by investing in this sector. Here's how you can take advantage of it.

The merger of RandGold and Barrick Gold was announced in September 2018 and took effect at the start of 2019. So let's take a look back at what was promised and what was delivered.  

Not so long ago, gold producers were looking for ways to cut costs in order to maintain operating margins at levels that could sustain production in the event of further declines in the price of gold. Today, gold production margins are at levels not seen for 40 years. Why aren't gold companies hedging their bets?