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5 Signs Of An Imminent Gold & Silver Price Rally

5 Signs Of An Imminent Gold & Silver Price Rally

While the markets have been very volatile lately, hence difficult to predict, it is reasonable to expect a bounce in the price of gold and silver. We hasten to say that nobody can predict the future, so our expectation could turn out to be wrong. To be more precise, the probability of higher prices is higher than the probability of lower prices, at least in the short run. Here is why.

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Gold And Silver – Markets Provide Us The Best Information

| May 25, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver – Markets Provide Us The Best Information

Even with the sharp decline from last month, and the overall decline since September of 2011, there is still bullish spacing. It occurs when the current swing low is above the last swing high, from 2008. It tells us that buyers have been willing to buy into the market without waiting to see how the last swing high will be tested, an overall bullish condition.

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Gold Settles Higher On May 23d – Finds Support From Drop In Dollar

Gold Settles Higher On May 23d – Finds Support From Drop In Dollar

With the present economic conditions in the US, there are various ways in which the fluctuations in the price of dollar will make the gold price rise and fall according to the rates. If you’re an investor, you should take into account the bigger picture so that you can take an informed and measured decision in the long run.

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Gold & Silver Price Overreact to Fed Speech

Gold & Silver Price Overreact to Fed Speech

The metals have been subject to the same type of trading behaviour. It became blatant once again today. In fact, it is the third time this week that we witness extreme speculation in the metals. Silver, for instance, saw its peak today at $23.20 and its lows at $22.15, a difference of almost 5% intraday. Note that the peak on the charts was during the speech of Mr. Bernanke. A bit later, prices came down triggered by one specific sentence in the speech.

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