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Chart Of The Day: Dow Jones To Gold Ratio Shows Sign Of Trend Reversal

| August 11, 2014 | Category: Price
Chart Of The Day: Dow Jones To Gold Ratio Shows Sign Of Trend Reversal

It is interesting to see gold rising while the global sharemarkets decline. We can measure these moves with the Dow/Gold Ratio. Looking at the short term we see a trend reversal with a breaking of the wedge formation. Looking at the larger picture it appears that we are at the same place as the trend reversal in 1975.

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Monthly Bank Participation Report Of Precious Metals: August 2014

Monthly Bank Participation Report Of Precious Metals: August 2014

The CFTC releases at the end of each month the futures positions in precious metals of the large banks. At the closing of July 2014 there was no big difference in gold and silver compared to the previous month. A detailed analysis was provided by Ed Steer in his latest newsletter. We want to share his analysis because Ed Steer comes to the following factual conclusion: “3 or less” U.S. banks, along with Scotiabank in silver and gold, run the price management scheme.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – August 8th

Gold Investors Weekly Review – August 8th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com nicely summarizes for gold investors this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market. Gold closed the week at $1,311.60, up $18.27 per ounce (+1.41%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, rose 2.21%.

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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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Infographic: When To Report Your Gold And Silver Bullion Transactions

Infographic: When To Report Your Gold And Silver Bullion Transactions

In this infographic, JM Bullion provides very useful insights on when to report gold and silver to the IRS. The infographic provides sufficient background to understand which cases are reportable. It is clearly addressing a US based audience.

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Gold’s Big Breakout: Could 5-Month Highs Be Next?

Gold’s Big Breakout: Could 5-Month Highs Be Next?

Gold’s daily chart reflects this shift toward risk aversion. The entire drop from the early July high created a clear falling wedge pattern; despite being created by a series of lower lows and lower highs, this pattern is typically seen as a bullish signal because it shows declining selling pressure on each additional thrust lower. Once we saw the big breakout yesterday, which also created a Bullish Marubozu Candle on the daily chart, the outlook for the commodity shifted strongly to the topside. Today’s move above the July 29 high added the “cherry on top” of the bullish sundae from a price action perspective.

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Open Letter To Senator Rand Paul: Speak Against FDR Type Metals Theft

Open Letter To Senator Rand Paul: Speak Against FDR Type Metals Theft

Gold and silver are money, according to the Founding Fathers and the Constitution, and how can money circulate among the hands of the populace if it’s been declared forfeited, then it gets locked up in a Treasury or Federal Reserve vault—inevitably, to be selectively dispersed for price suppression of these money metals? People’s legitimate life’s savings must be protected from theft by banking buccaneers hiding behind elected or appointed officials.

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Gold Chart – False Breakdowns And Breakouts Suggest Indecision

Gold Chart – False Breakdowns And Breakouts Suggest Indecision

Gold Spot price experienced a false short-term breakout through the April 2014 peak at 1,327, and promptly fell back into the narrow trading range of the past 4 months. In failing, Gold put in place a third lower rally peak since 2013 suggesting there is not yet enough demand to get through those resistance levels. Each lower rally peak suggests someone coming in to sell the rally.

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Gold Investors Weekly Review – August 1st

Gold Investors Weekly Review – August 1st

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com nicely summarizes for gold investors this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market. Gold closed the week at $1293.33, down $13.82 per ounce (-1.06%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 2.11%.

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Gold Under Pressure But Bounce Increasingly Likely

Gold Under Pressure But Bounce Increasingly Likely

Though there are a plethora of near-term bearish signs, a developing technical pattern suggests we could bottom form off key support near $1272. Over the last two weeks, gold’s fluctuations have created the beginnings of a Fibonacci-based geometric pattern called a Bullish Butterfly pattern, but the name of the pattern is not particularly important. What is important is that there is a confluence of three support levels at $1272, increasing the probability of a bounce from that area.

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Rising Dollar May Hurt Gold

Rising Dollar May Hurt Gold

While investors may turn to gold (or gold stocks) as a hedge against future inflation or a geopolitical shock, it’s hard to imagine a major rally in gold while the dollar is rallying.

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Marc Faber: Expect A Deflationary Bust In Asset Markets

Marc Faber: Expect A Deflationary Bust In Asset Markets

Eventually we’ll have a collapse or deflationary bust in asset markets. That’s inevitable. Printing money can postpone such a collapse but eventually the bust will occur. Every inflation, whether consumer price inflation or asset inflation, eventually comes to an end. I hold physical gold for the reason that one day I may not be able to remit money from one country to another. I don’t know when this final systemic collapse that I am foreseeing will occur but all I can say is that in monetary, inflationary times, when inflation is measured properly, in real terms: stocks usually don’t do particularly well but gold does.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Have a Gold IRA

10 Reasons Why You Should Have a Gold IRA

A gold IRA works pretty much the same way as your traditional IRA/401(k). The major difference is that it allows you hold precious metals such as gold and silver in the account and since it follows the self-directed IRA set up, it avails you the freedom of making investment decisions for yourself. Here is a quick compilation of ten reasons to have a gold IRA.

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The Coming Silver Shortage, A Slam Dunk Investment

The Coming Silver Shortage, A Slam Dunk Investment

Your opportunity is to own silver today, for less than the cost an actual mining company can even produce it for. This is investment is not an IF question, but a When question…. When silver rises…When the price explodes…When the shorts get squeezed out…

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