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Pattern recognition of the day – Gold

Pattern recognition of the day – Gold

Gold had a perfect “Double Bottom” pricing pattern on the five minute chart today.  The second bottom failed to take out the first on lower volume, and the break in the neckline was history.  Do not be early on these patterns.  There is …

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Gold’s Hairway to Steven

Gold’s Hairway to Steven

These swings in the Gold Price are less Led Zeppelin, more Butthole Surfers…read more

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Silver approaching neckline of a Head and Shoulders pattern

Silver approaching neckline of a Head and Shoulders pattern

Bulls do not want to see this neckline of a “Head and Shoulders” pattern fail on the daily chart in silver, right hand side below.  A H&S pattern is not bearish until then.Failed patterns are the strongest signals so should it breakdown with n…

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Gold and silver prices hit by rising greenback

Although in recent weeks the silver price has suffered from high volatility, the white metal has outperformed gold. Though silver is currently correcting – in-part because of a rising US dollar …

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Asian trade deficits: prelude to more money printing?

Gold and silver prices slipped lower yesterday, partly perhaps because of bearish Chinese economic statistics, but the more relevant point is simply that these markets are consolidating. Whether or …

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Long-term Silver Chart Analysis indicates why Silver is likely to pass $150

Long-term Silver Chart Analysis indicates why Silver is likely to pass $150

Silver Forecast: Long-term Silver Chart Analysis Indicates Why Silver Is Likely To Pass $150 I would like to point out some interesting signals on the long-term chart for silver. Below, is a long term chart for silver: On the chart, I have highlighted …

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Inflation Ahead: Buy Gold or Buy Stocks?

Inflation Ahead: Buy Gold or Buy Stocks?

Buy Gold or buy stocks when inflation looms…?read more

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Iraq aims to increase gold production

According to Iraq’s own data, aside from possessing the world’s second largest crude oil reserves, the country also possesses important gold and diamond reserves. The Iraqi government is thus hopeful …

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Comments on the Gold Chart – 2nd March 2012

Comments on the Gold Chart – 2nd March 2012

The Daily Chart is pretty clear as to the larger resistance and support levels. Those remain the same as they had been previous to the strong upside moves on Monday and Tuesday of this week. The sell off was contained on the downside by the same level support that has held for over a month now. Value buyers continue to surface near and just below the $1700 level. Reports of very strong increases in physical offtake are surfacing out of Asia on such dips in price. This buying is not of the nature that it chases prices higher; that requires the momentum crowd (hedge funds in particular) many of which […]

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Natgas Down, Opportunity Up

By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist, Casey Research The energy market is a complex beast, its many parts interconnected through a multitude of linkages. When one part fails, the entire system reacts: certain linkages are burdened with extra stress, while other components sit idle. Only by studying the entire machine can one understand the rippling effects that stem from one change. With the energy market, the system is made up of various sectors – oil, natural gas, uranium, coal, and alternative energies – and the countries that have each of those energy resources. The components are then linked through a long line of forces, including the geographic distributions of […]

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Gold holds at support near $1700

Gold holds at support near $1700

Gold thus far is holding quite well on the technical price charts as the $100 break in price has apparently revived the huge physical market buyers who are seeing value in the metal near the $1700 level.A closing push through $1725 would be constructive and would set the market up for another test of the resistance barrier near the $1750 level, which held the market in check prior to last week’s breakout.Considering the spanking that this market received yesterday, it is showing very good resilience. Author: Trader Dan

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Silver back to knocking on the door of chart resistance again

Silver back to knocking on the door of chart resistance again

This is a rather remarkable price chart and what can only be called remarkable price action on display. As you all know by now, silver was absolutely obliterated yesterday resulting in the total erasure of the huge breakout rally from Tuesday. Such occurrences are very uncommon from a purely technical analysis perspective. More often than not, such a breakout will see some initial profit taking followed by another burst of buying as momentum based buying kicks into high gear. To witness a market completely undo such a breakout on massive volume  and then to experience only minor additional downside pressure is also something that one rarely sees. We are getting a […]

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Speculation in Gold Futures Blamed for 5% Plunge

The price of physical bullion and Gold Futures rallied in Asia and London trade Thursday, at one point recovering more than a third of yesterday’s sharp $100-per-ounce decline to touch $1725. Global stock markets also rallied as commodities rose, but the Euro currency slipped further to new 1-week lows. Silver Bullion briefly rose back above $35 per ounce – a three-decade record when breached in March last year, but still 6% below Wednesday’s early jump to 5-month highs. Yesterday’s plunge in physical and Gold Futures pricing “makes it quite clear that the previous rise…had been driven mainly by speculation,” says today’s note from Commerzbank’s commodities team. Traders and analysts variously point today to Fed chairman Ben Bernanke’s semi-annual testimony on […]

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Gold and silver price smack down

$37.48 was yesterday’s silver price high, followed by a plummet down to a low of $34.06 – recovering slightly to just under $35. The story was the same in gold, with a dramatic $100 smack down in the price in late morning trading at the New York Comex. Ostensibly, the reasons for this sharp price drop in precious metals (platinum and palladium experienced similar losses) and commodities more generally were comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, who sounded a note of cautious optimism about the US economy during testimony to the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee yesterday. Bernanke noted that the drop in unemployment to 8.3% in January […]

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