Gold Cycles: Bulllish Gold Price Outlook

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Gold is off to a flying start in this new Daily Cycle and it’s exactly what we expected and hoped for.  If this is the first Daily Cycle, then we should see a consistent and grinding move higher from this point forward.  The first Cycle has a habit of relentlessly grinding higher, much to the chagrin of investors who continue to wait for a pullback to buy into this new rally.  Investors who missed the ICL will often look at the final ICL price compared to the quick $50 rally of a new cycle and find it difficult to buy.  As the Cycle gathers momentum, a sense of panic buying begins to unfold.

Looking at the chart with just a naked eye screams new Investor Cycle to me.  You just don’t see a 5 day $70 move off deeply sold levels unless you’re in a new Investor Cycle.  We’ve left the old declining trend-line behind and now have a positive cross of the MACD.  These technical indicators will very rarely crossover in a last Daily Cycle, seeing it here almost guarantees we’re indeed in a new Investor Cycle.  Our RSI indicator is quickly making its way up to the 70 (overbought) levels, again the type of relative strength that you see out of a 1st, not a 4th, 5th, or 6th Daily Cycle.

The Investor Cycle (Weekly Chart below) is also showing the signs of a new Cycle in play.  A well balanced 20 weeks up, 5 Weeks down Investor Cycle that retraced more than 38.2% from the top.  The Cycle Low formed after a series of capitulation (panic) days and the weekly RSI(5) bounced perfectly off the 30 level.  The Cycle duration ran 25 weeks, a full and complete Cycle that met every requirement perfectly.

As the Cycle Low formed just this week, we will not begin Week 1 until next week.    It’s for this reason that we cannot have a Weekly Swing Low until we make new highs next week above $1,740.  Instead of a Swing Low however we are left with a very impressive bullish engulfing candle.  These types of candles on the Weekly level surrounding an ICL are very good predictors of new Cycles.

Topping off the evidence supporting our ICL indicators is the sentiment chart.  Although we never got down to deeply negative sentiment, we did retrace back to the point where many past C-Wave ICL’s were made.  The sentiment may have been worse as this chart incorporates a couple of the very powerful days seen earlier this week.

In summary, we’ve been tracking this Gold decline for 6 weeks now and it’s evolving almost exactly as we’ve expected.  We’re at the point now where we are monitoring the action for any “curveballs” that could be thrown our way.  From all the evidence at hand though, we are in a new powerful Investor Cycle and we need start focusing on how to best handle the coming gains.

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