Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global, LLC and Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ talk about the gold market after a Goldman Sachs report that suggests shorting gold.
Hefty stock market plunges this year have not been justified, according to commodity analysts at Goldman Sachs.
Gold steadied on Tuesday as U.S. stocks were higher, allaying earlier market jitters that had boosted the precious metal.
Robin Griffiths, chief technical strategist at The ECU Group, looks at gold’s recovery in a technical chart and where it’s heading.
Adrian Day Asset Management's Adrian Day explains why he believes gold prices will continue surging.
Gold fell more than 2 percent on Monday as a rebound in stock markets pointed to a sharper appetite for risk.
The Futures Now team discusses gold.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, discusses his position on gold and OPEC production.
Paradigm Securities' Barry Dawes says gold will be boosted by a supply deficit, banking system instability and higher jewelry demand.
Gold is a good bet in the long term, but the metal is due for a pullback after a run to the upside, Dennis Gartman says.
Investors should hold physical gold as a hedge in a market meltdown, some experts have advised, as equities continued their wild ride on Friday.
Jeffrey Nichols, senior economic advisor to Rosland Capital, explains why he is extremely bullish on gold prices in the long term.
Gold took a breather after soaring 4 percent the previous day but was still set for its best week in four years.
A bullish bet on gold with CNBC contributor Dan Nathan.
This is very much a technically driven breakout in gold, explains Katie Stockton, BTIG.
"Nobody really understands what's happening, including me," billionaire Mark Cuban tells CNBC.
Gold is a matter of faith, or the lack thereof in other assets, JPMorgan Asset Management's Robert Michele tells CNBC.
The World Gold Council's 2015 trends report reveals a rise in gold purchases by central banks.
Martin Arnold, director and research analyst at ETF Securities, says investors are pumping money into gold due to nervousness.
Gold surged more than 4 percent to its highest in a year as U.S. Treasury yields persuaded investors to seek refuge in the metal.