CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude oil prices were under pressure; traders are eying tomorrow's Department of Energy report; natural gas got a small bump up, closing at $4.74, and traders are looking for a catalyst to get back on the long side of gold.» Read More
Gold mining shares have underperformed the big rally in gold prices. So when will the miners start to shine? Charles Jeannes, Goldcorp president/CEO, weighs in on gold production and prices.
Have record gold prices had any effect on America's jewelers? CNBC's Bob Pisani with an inside look at the wholesale jewelry industry.
What happens to gold once it's been refined and how is the precious metal priced? A look at the middlemen of the gold world, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.
A look inside South Africa's Rand Refinery, where the world's gold is refined, then delivered all over the globe to: banks, mints, industrial manufacturers and jewelry makers.
Gold is increasingly harder to find, forcing thousands of miners to drill deeper, at higher costs and greater danger.
What is it about gold that makes people so passionate, crazy, paranoid? Our special report answers that question and more. We'll take you to mines in South Africa, gold bank vaults in London, trading pits in New York and the shop floor of a huge gold-jewelry manufacturer in Louisiana.
With fiscal instability plaguing the U.S. and Europe, some want a return to the past and a restraint on money supply.
Like commodities in general, metals help investors diversify as their performance bears little resemblance to that of stocks.
Gold has had a hold on mankind since it was first mined in the Copper Age.
From physical coins to futures, options, and ETFs -- reporter Bob Pisani breaks down the how and where to invest in gold.
Stocks are on the rise as gold heads lower, with CNBC's Seema Mody and Sharon Epperson.
If the price of gold falls below $1,600 an ounce, it could go down by nearly 30 percent from peak and the dollar could strengthen by a similar percentage, Ron William, a technical strategist at MIG Bank, told CNBC on Monday.
If the price of gold falls below $1,600 and investors pull back from risky assets, the US dollar could appreciate by as much as 30 percent, Ron William, a technical strategist at MIG Bank, told CNBC
The gold rush is back! As the price of gold reaches new record highs, recreational prospecting for gold has turned into an ever more popular pastime. Not just in the US or Australia, but also across parts of the Alps in Switzerland.
CNBC's Carolin Schober discusses recreational gold panning in the Swiss Alps.
The precious metal is down more than 5 percent on Wednesday but is there still room for a trade? Scott Nations, NationsShares weighs in.