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Gold prices had a strong close last week, finishing higher by 2.1% or $26, to close at $1,253 as of the final trade on the New York COMEX on Friday afternoon. Even so, the price action continues to remain consolidative in nature. This is where we must remain steadfas
There are some days in the news when the stock market makes big headlines—but that isn’t always a good thing for investors. Yesterday’s big dip in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ, and S&P 500 showed that there is a lot of uncertainty out there in the ma
Although forecasting the price of gold is a bit like trying to forecast the weather months removed from any individual storm or event, there are certain trends we can follow. And there are also set dates in which economic events are scheduled to take place, which in
Gold is currently trading near a critical level from where a massive move up or down is imminent. One of the measures that illustrate we are close to a big move is the following resistance line on the gold chart that I have previously highlighted. Below is a gold chart
Precious Metals and miners are advancing toward their intermediate targets outlined in our April 21st exclusive: Gold Price Forecast - The Correction Into May Has Begun. The daily cycles are close to bottoming, and an interceding bounce is warranted. The short-term
When forecasting the price of anything, there can be some inherent bias depending on when you forecast from. When gold is riding high, it’s tempting to see optimism—when gold is riding low, it’s tempting to look the other way. There’s no question that this week up u
It is increasingly clear that events beyond the United States borders will play an important role in defining the trends over the next few weeks for the precious metals and currency markets. Of course, the international perspective is a critical component of the
In my last missive, I presented our medium-term Gold Forecast. Cycle conditions suggested that a top was at hand. Geopolitical events (Syrian missile strikes and North Korea) extended the rallies in gold and oil an additional week. Prices topped, consequently our fo
This report will cover our medium-term outlook for precious metals as well as gold’s longer-term forecast. Our analysis suggests metals and miners probably topped last Friday. If correct, prices should drop for the remainder of April and into May. We will monitor
On the first trading day of the month we naturally look back to the month that was in the field of precious metals—specifically, gold. But it’s also the end of a quarter, which means we’re moving to a new segment in 2017. That means trying to get a read on a potenti

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