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Gold : Still No Trade Signal

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January 10 : Gold May Have Bottomed

Gold (NYSE:GLD) is currently trading at $1,317 an ounce which may mean we have just printed a half cycle low. The junior mining ETF (NYSE:GDXJ) has returned to being the out-performer as it is currently is up 1.5% for the … Continue reading

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Risk Remains Elevated In Gold


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Portfolio Update – July 20

The NASDAQ (INDEXNASDAQ:.IXIC) has had a pretty good day today despite the S&P500 and Dow finishing slightly down for the day. I believe that’s where we will most probably put the rest of our capital to work for the remainder … Continue reading

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Has Gold Printed A Mild Intermediate Low ?

Gold is in limbo at the moment when you study its cycles and its sentiment readings. We definitely are in the timing band for an intermediate cycle low which could have taken place on the eleventh of July. But there … Continue reading

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Silver Due A Short Term Bounce But Lower Price Coming

Silver (NYSE:SLV) lost more than 2.2% today and looks very oversold on the daily chart. Its momentum indicators are in deep oversold territory and short term sentiment is extremely bearish. Usually silver follows gold (NYSE:GLD) but movement is far more … Continue reading

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Gold Approaching A Intermediate Top

Gold (NYSE:GLD) is now 16 weeks into its weekly cycle and 17 days into its daily cycle. Strangely enough, sentiment in the yellow metal has not reached bullish extremes unlike silver (NYSE:SLV). Gold though looks like it is about to … Continue reading

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Stocks & Gold About To Trade Inversely?

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Not Much Pain Left In The Gold Trade

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Outflows From Bonds Will End Up In Precious Metals

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