The TSX Global Gold Index is a strong proxy for investor interest in gold stocks. And it may be on the brink of an important uptrend. Here's precisely what to look for in the charts.

Inflation is on the rise. Bitcoin is rising. Why is gold standing still? Is it on the verge of breaking out? Here's a look at what the charts are telling us.

Gold and silver go hand-in-hand when referring to precious metals. But how do their charts stack up? Here's how to use gold as a guide to trade silver.

With gold's recent correction, we look at gold from different charting perspectives to see if we can identify some key technical levels of the weekly gold chart.  

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.

Based on this chart, THIS is the long-term gold price target that we expect to see. Don't let this once in a lifetime opportunity pass you by!

We made a good call on the S&P TSX Global Gold Index recently. Now we're seeing a similar pattern emerge in the GDXJ, a junior gold miners ETF. Here's our chart analysis and what to expect.

Haywood Securities’ Co-Head Mining Research, Geordie Mark, Ph.D. prepared a comprehensive analyst report on Calibre Mining. Here is our brief review of the Calibre Mining analyst report.

With the gold index looking to test the 280 level again, is it time, once again, to place the same "faith and trust" in the "the charts and buy into gold stocks? Let's take a look.

You will recall in chart educational segment 001, we took an in depth look at the weekly chart for gold.  Our expectation is for the MACD signal line to dip below the trigger line and then re-cross it later next year.  This will be our buy signal based on trend settings.  So let’s look at an example where this has just happened.

Ever wonder how a technical analyst looks at chart? In today's column, John Top explains how he views charts, using the price of gold as an example.