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. 

Gold continued to push south into last week, with the metal hitting its low in Tuesday's session - doing so with the tag of the 1492.10 figure. From there, a quick spike to the upside was seen into early-Thursday, here running all the way up to a peak of 1532.20 - b
Last week's trading witnessed the gold market once again forming the more bearish pattern of an early-week high into resistance, with the index hitting a peak of 1566.20, made on a Wednesday time top. From there, a sharp reversal to the downside was seen, one that s
Last week's trading saw gold forming the more bearish pattern of an early-week high into resistance, with the index hitting a peak of 1565.00, made on a Monday time top. From there, lower prices were seen into late-week, here dropping down to a bottom of 1525.60 - b
Gold held in a downside consolidation into early-to-mid week, last week, with the metal dropping down to a low of 1502.10 - registered in Thursday's session. From there, a slingshot higher was seen into Friday, with the metal running all the way up to a peak of 1540
Last week's trading witnessed gold forming both its high and low for the week in Tuesday's session, here doing so with the tag of the 1546.10 figure first - before spiking down to a low of 1488.90. From there, an sideways-to-up consolidation was seen to end the week
Last week's trading saw gold forming its low early in the week, here doing so in Monday's session with the tag of the 1448.80 figure. From there, a straight short higher was seen into Wednesday, with the metal running all the way up to a peak of 1522.70 - before con
Last week's trading saw gold holding weaker into Thursday's session, with the metal dropping all the way down to a low of 1412.10 (December, 2019 contract). From there, however, a sharp rally was seen into Friday, here running all the way up to a peak of 1461.90 - b
Last week's trading saw the gold market holding in a consolidation pattern, with both its high and low for the week registered in Thursday's session. As mentioned in articles from recent weeks, gold was seen as being in a countertrend decline phase, with that declin
Last week’s trading saw gold holding weaker into Wednesday's session, here dropping down to a low of 1401.30 (August, 2019 contract). From there, a slingshot back to new highs for the larger swing was seen into Friday's session, with the metal running all the way up
The gold market held in a sideways consolidation pattern last week, with the metal forming its low in Tuesday's session with the tag of the 1387.50 figure (August, 2019 contract). From there, higher prices were seen into Thursday, here spiking all the way up to a hi

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