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Technical Picture In Precious Metals And Miners Based On Andrews Pitchforks

Technical Picture In Precious Metals And Miners Based On Andrews Pitchforks

The precious metals and the mining stocks remain in a long-term downtrend. We may be seeing the beginning of a new bull phase but caution is warranted. The sector became overbought in recent weeks and we are seeing a pullback. Price will show us where it wants to go next as the current decline plays out and finds support. If you are accumulating on weakness stick with the relative strength leaders.

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Gold Market Momentum In 7 Great Charts

| January 20, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Market Momentum In 7 Great Charts

The gold market currently looks very strong on the charts. We collected 7 great precious metals charts.

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Gold Price Exploding In All Currencies Worldwide

| January 18, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Price Exploding In All Currencies Worldwide

Gold and gold stocks are on the move after the surprise move from the Swiss National bank to remove its currency cap versus the euro this week. This highlights gold’s valuable role as a store of value when currency volatility destroys purchasing power as it has in many parts of the world over the past year. There is a rule of thumb which says that, if gold is rising in at least 3 major currencies, there is a bullish environment. Well, here are the facts and the figures. The charts below highlight gold in several major currencies. The yellow metal has rocketed higher, not only in all of those currencies, but in literally every currency worldwide.

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The Dow Jones To Gold Ratio: Will 2015 Be The Turning Point?

| November 11, 2014 | Category: Price
The Dow Jones To Gold Ratio: Will 2015 Be The Turning Point?

The Dow Jones to Gold ratio had moved to a low of 6:1 in 2011. Since then, the stock market has been going north relentlessly while gold started a downtrend which lasts 3 years meantime. The current Dow Jones to Gold ratio stands at 15:1, its highest level in since 2007. As the Dow is now at all time highs and gold looks to be looking for bottom, there is a real chance that the ratio is about to turn. If history is about to repeat, the Dow to Gold ratio should continue its downward trend to its lows similar to the 1:1 ratio as in 1980.

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An End Is Still Not In Sight Gold And Silver’s Price Decline

| October 11, 2014 | Category: Price
An End Is Still Not In Sight Gold And Silver’s Price Decline

We prefer to follow developing market activity, and let it determine when a bottom is final. The realization of a bottom can take days, often weeks to confirm. Those who have called bottoms in the past few years never had the patience to wait for confirmation, which never came, obviously. Weekly gold has hit important support for the third time since the 2011 highs. There was an immediate rally following the previous two tests, and it would seem one will follow this one. There is a more positive sign on last week’s retest, for it is the only retest where price opened near the low for the week and closed relatively strongly.

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Chart Analysis – Gold And Silver Price Trending Lower Until Demand Returns

| October 4, 2014 | Category: Price
Chart Analysis – Gold And Silver Price Trending Lower Until Demand Returns

The breaking of support in September is a narrower range bar relative to a similar break of support in the 2nd Q, six bars from the right on the Qtrly chart. Irrespective of where price may find support, the developing market activity shows no sign of bottoming, and the trend will not change until a bottom forms. Time-wise, this does not argue for a near-term turn from down to at least sideways, before going higher.

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Elliott Wave Projection For Gold Price And US Dollar

| September 18, 2014 | Category: Technicals
Elliott Wave Projection For Gold Price And US Dollar

In this excellent market analysis, Trader MC points out that the current gold price, between $1192 and $1240, is trading at key levels. Patterns change with the psychology of the market and it is important to adjust in real time. He concludes that “the gold market structure should reveal itself very soon, we just have to be patient and let the market come to us.”

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Gold Ignores Strong Dollar On The Short Term Timeframe

Gold Ignores Strong Dollar On The Short Term Timeframe

On the short term timeframes, gold is breaking out of the big wedge and then pulling back with a smaller wedge in July. This pullback retraced 62% of the prior advance with a move to 1280. Both the retracement amount and pattern are typical for corrections, which means the breakout signals a continuation of the prior advance. The breakout is bullish until proven otherwise and chartists can mark support at 1280, a break of which would totally negate this bullish assessment.

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Gold & Silver – Increased Odds For A Rally, Clock Is Ticking

Gold & Silver – Increased Odds For A Rally, Clock Is Ticking

Based on the tape, [in chart form], precious metals appear postured for a rally. To what degree is unknown, but current developing market activity favors one. Silver continues to outperform gold. The monthly, weekly and daily price charts reveal very interesting and valuable information.

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An Uninspiring Gold Chart

An Uninspiring Gold Chart

For now, I want to see a move and close above $1,587, this is the March 1st high and it would represent a Swing Low covering the most recent period. From that point, the next step should be a fairly quick take-out of the $1,620 mark and new DC highs. Taking out $1,620 from this point would be a very positive development.

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Market Says Decline Not Over, Silver More Pivotal Than Gold

Market Says Decline Not Over, Silver More Pivotal Than Gold

Developing market activity is the best and most reliable source for market information. All you have to do is follow what the activity is saying, and you will have the clearest idea of where the market is headed. Near term, the market says the current decline is far from over. Our downside target of $1600 gold has been exceeded, while the $28 target for silver has not been met.

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Gold Silver Price Decline Not Over – Monitor Markets For Turnaround

Gold Silver Price Decline Not Over – Monitor Markets For Turnaround

We often make a distinction between buyers of physical precious metals, and buyers of futures, exhorting the former to buy with impunity, and some may see that as cavalier, given how the price for both gold and silver have been in recent decline. The larger picture for gold is as bullish as ever. We provide two strong facts to confirm why, on the monthly chart.

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Gold, Silver And Money Near Crunch Time

Gold, Silver And Money Near Crunch Time

Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. Money is so noble a medium that does not compete with guns and it does not make terms with brutality. It will not permit a country to survive as half-property, half-loot. Money is near crunch time. Looking at the charts, gold and silver are also nearing crunch time. The author remains very bullish on both gold and silver.

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How Can The Gold Price Drop In A Matter Of Milliseconds?

How Can The Gold Price Drop In A Matter Of Milliseconds?

Gold Silver Worlds received a great question from one of its readers: Please explain how the “Gold Price” can drop $15.00 to $20.00 or more, in one “millisecond”, during overnight trading in Asian or European markets. It makes no sense and can only be caused by a “computer program” somehow. It occurs repeatedly and can only be pre-planned, at least that is the only logic explanation. Dimitri Speck, a true expert in this matter, provides the answer.

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