Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, provides his outlook on the earnings, the U.S. dollar and gold, and shares his expectations on bank stocks ahead of the FOMC meeting.
According to Kensho, after the consumer price index misses consensus on a flat or negative print for two straight months gold tends to jump nearly 3%.
Before the break, our data partners at Kensho on what happens to gold after the consumer price index misses expectations twice in a row. When bought the day of the second miss and sold two weeks later gold is up two point sixty-seven percent. The S&P up point 64 percent. For more Kensho go to CNBC.com/Kensho.
Dennis Gartman, Founder, Editor & Publisher, The Gartman Letter, on the recent moves in gold and other commodities.
George Milling-Stanley, State Street Global Advisors, provides his outlook on gold prices and why he isn't expecting the Fed to hike rates.
Analyst Michael Dudas outlines his bull case for the yellow metal.
James Henrikson schemes to strike it rich in the North Dakota oil fields and he lets no one get in his way. Because when they do, they die. All New American Greed Mondays 10P ET/PT
Is the market rally grinding to a halt? Michael Dudas says gold could surge 10 percent. And Chip Flory, Pro Farmer editorial director, says wheat's wild run is done. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Gold hits a four-month low. The bull case for gold, with Mike Dudas, Vertical Research Partners, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders.
Gold Standard Ventures celebrates its fifth listing anniversary at the NYSE, and Rada Electronic Industries rings the opening bell at the Nasdaq.