AG Thorson

AG Thornson

AG is an accredited CMT through the MTA and the editor of GoldPredict.com. His members receive daily updates and regularly scheduled reports 3-days a week. He prides himself on making his analysis easy to understand through the use of adaptive and creative charting methods. You can reach AG at info@GoldPredict.com.

I’d like to look at the bigger picture and consider certain trends we may see over the next decade. I think the deflationary pressures are waning and assets are slowly transitioning into an inflationary period. Major shifts like this require time. It often takes
The next 72-hours are critical. It seems nearly every market is at a significant tipping point. Tomorrow’s Fed decision will either extend or reverse the current trends. Expect increased volatility. Gold Prices It looks like gold prices are trying to break hig
In my last article, I explained how gold prices would either bounce or break sharply lower. Gold rallied, and prices appear to be following a 30-32 day cycle. The next cycle turning point should arrive in late December. The dollar cycle peaked on Monday, November
Gold, Silver, and Miners are at critical support and the dollar appears to be breaking out of a 3-month bullish consolidation. Oil is down 28% in just 6-weeks, and prices are approaching key support. The decline has been relentless and taken on a life of its own.
The seasonal pattern in gold prices supports an October high, a November decline, and a December Bottom. It looks like we got the October high at $1246. Next, we should see a November decline. Gold Weekly Gold tends to top in October or early November and bott
This is starting to feel like a repeat of 2016, financially speaking. Nervous capital exited the stock market in September/October 2016 before the elections. Gold rebounded in October 2016 as a safe-haven. Trump overcame, fear collapsed, and money rushed out of gold
I’m revising my big picture outlook for gold. I don’t’ believe gold is entering a new multi-year bear market nor do I think prices will drop to $700. Instead, I consider the gold bull market temporarily suspended and lower gold prices are a gift ahead of a perfect f
For some time, I’ve expected 2018 to be gold’s breakout year. Although it is still possible, the odds have declined severely. What happened? Well, many factors influence the price of gold – interest rates, inflation expectations, currency/trade wars, monetary pol
The persistent 3-month decline in gold cut much deeper than I anticipated. As the cycle extended, gold broke key levels at $1280, and $1238. That gave the bears a voice, and we see renewed calls for a bear market and imminent collapse. I remain firmly bullish on the
The 2-month assault on gold seems never-ending. Investors (including myself) have exceeded their breaking point. From a sentiment point of view, nearly everyone is bearish. I’ve seen this scenario play out many times. I can assure you, prices will find a bottom...if

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