Jim Curry

Jim Curry is the editor and publisher of The Gold Wave Trader and Market Turns advisories - each of which specializes in the use of cyclic and statistical analysis to time the Gold and U.S. stock markets. He is also the author of several trading-related e-books, and can be reached at the URL above. 

With the mid-term trend still pointing lower, gold prices continued to push to lower lows into last week, with the metal dropping all the way down to a Thursday bottom of 1262.40 - before bouncing slightly off the same into the weekly close. The Short-Term Cycles
As pointed out in my last article, gold was holding in a consolidation pattern - with several key price reversal levels holding the last try at strength. With that, the metal broke to the downside into late last week, with the mid-term cycles continuing to point sou
With the action seen last week, gold is holding in a consolidation pattern at the present time, with the same expected to give way to an eventual up-cycle phase into mid-to-late Summer. Having said that, no larger turn has been confirmed, putting us in 'wait-and-see
Due to numerous inquires regarding the U.S. stock market, in this week's article I have decided to take a look at the cycles in the SPX, though first we want to take another look at Gold - which was fairly quiet last week. Gold's Mid-Term Picture From the comm
For the mid-term picture, the next low of significance for the gold market is due to materialize at anytime, a bottom that is expected to come from the 20-week time cycle. Having said that, as yet there is no actual confirmation that low is in place, though our key
From the comments made in recent articles, the downward phasing of the 72-day and 20-week cycles is still deemed to be in force in the gold market, with the next mid-term trough is expected to come from the same - and which is due to materialize at anytime. Even sai
As pointed out in recent articles, the main cycle governing the price of Gold is the 20-week one, which has been projected to trough anywhere in the current timeframe. Once that low is complete, the metal should see a decent rally into the summer months, one which shoul
The gold market is in the process of forming a cycle bottom, though whether that low is yet in place remains speculation at the present time - and with that we are patiently awaiting confirmation of the same. As mentioned in some recent articles, the main cycle t
As mentioned in a prior article, the month of May looks to be a key timeframe for the Gold market, with several key time cycles that we track looking for a semi-important bottom. There are also two key turning point and reversal dates for May, with the first of thes

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