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Most price forecasts aren’t worth more than an umbrella in a hurricane. There are so many factors, so many ever-changing variables and dynamics, which even the most educated guess almost always ends up wrong. Further, some forecasts base their predictions o
The bearish case for gold continues as fresh new bearish confirmations have just emerged. You have already read about gold’s huge weekly volume, gold stocks’ underperformance and many other factors. Yesterday’s session provides us with even more bearish details. But, th
We are now preparing for what should be the final retracement in the gold price before 2016 highs are exceeded for good. The degree to which this retracement gives back recent gains is open to some variability, but the highest probability assessment is that gold wil
To say that gold’s weekly volume was big is like to say that snails are not the fastest animal. You can't say that it’s a lie, but it doesn't really convey the entire truth, either. Gold’s weekly volume was highest EVER. Yes, ever. There was not a single week – not ever
Gold Prices This Week And Next Week’s Outlook Last week: “Gold and the precious metals sector remain in a still-intact short-term uptrend within a seasonal rally that could run through January.” The precious metals sector (gold, silver and PM miners) remain on
Gold and gold stocks have enjoyed an excellent rebound since their December lows. Over the past six weeks gold rebounded from a low of $1238 all the way to $1365 in recent days. The miners meanwhile rebounded nearly 18% (GDX) and 21% (GDXJ). However, these markets are a
In yesterday’s alert, we wrote that the situation could change quickly and that in such a case, we would send another alert. Six minutes after yesterday’s opening bell, we already posted the second alert. And for a very good reason. The USD Index took a deep dive and me
Gold Prices This Week And Next Week’s Outlook Gold and the precious metals sector remain in a still-intact short-term uptrend within a seasonal rally that could run through January. However, the best of the short-term rally may already be in for the gold price
The world is now between Scylla and Charybdis or between two evils. Thus, there is no solution or positive outcome of the present state of the world economy. Scylla is the rock or the six headed monster whilst Charybdis is a whirlpool or a black hole (a hard place).
Metals and Miners are keeping us on our toes; they rarely make it easy. Gold and silver prices appear to be consolidating, but miners look a bit scarier. I outline critical levels for GDX, GDXJ and the XAU. I'll keep a close eye on the structure and update as the tr

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