Gold Funds Weekly Flows

Gold Funds Weekly Flows Chart showing that gold funds have not yet seen any meaningful outflows. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator

Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator The Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator turned positive, suggesting risk-on sentiment resumes. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Central Bank Reserve Holdings of Gold

Central Bank Reserve Holdings of Gold For the first time since the end of WWII, central banks are increasing their holdings of gold to diversify their reserves away from the U.S. dollar, amid trade tensions. Image: Bernstein

Global Gold Production

Global Gold Production Chart suggesting that gold is heading for a flat supply at best in the coming years, which could further support the price of gold. Image: Bernstein

Copper to Gold Ratio

Copper to Gold Ratio The copper to gold ratio provides useful information on the evolution of the U.S. 10-year Treasury, the ISM Non-Manufacturing Index and the average weekly hours worked. Image: Paolo Cardena

Gold and Negative Yielding Debt

Gold and Negative Yielding Debt This chart shows the strong correlation between gold and market capitalization of global negative yielding debt. Negative global yields are a support for gold.

Gold in Real Terms Since 1960

Gold in Real Terms Since 1960 Gold peaked on January 21, 1980 and would need to rise to $2,764/oz to make new peak. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Gold Fund Flows

Gold Fund Flows Investors are flooding into gold as fears of a global slowdown mount. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch

World Central Bank Gold Holdings

World Central Bank Gold Holdings In the current environment, where uncertainty surrounding emerging market currencies is high, this chart shows the robust EM central bank demand for gold. Image: Deutsche Bank

Historical Gold Bull Market Rallies

Historical Gold Bull Market Rallies Is it the start of a new gold bull market? This chart shows gold bull markets rallies compared to the most recent. Image: VanEck