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Last week's trading saw gold forming its high for the week in Monday's session, here doing so with the tag of the 1266.90 figure. From there, a chop to the downside was seen into late-week, with the metal dropping all the way down to a Friday low of 1236.20 - before
With the mid-term trend still pointing lower, gold prices continued to push to lower lows into last week, with the metal dropping all the way down to a Thursday bottom of 1262.40 - before bouncing slightly off the same into the weekly close. The Short-Term Cycles
With the action seen last week, gold is holding in a consolidation pattern at the present time, with the same expected to give way to an eventual up-cycle phase into mid-to-late Summer. Having said that, no larger turn has been confirmed, putting us in 'wait-and-see
Gold is in a primary recovery pattern as it attempts to break above its 2016 peak of $1,378 per ounce. This recovery pattern appears over and over again throughout history – the success or failure of gold to maintain the structure of this pattern will pave the way f
Due to numerous inquires regarding the U.S. stock market, in this week's article I have decided to take a look at the cycles in the SPX, though first we want to take another look at Gold - which was fairly quiet last week. Gold's Mid-Term Picture From the comm
For the mid-term picture, the next low of significance for the gold market is due to materialize at anytime, a bottom that is expected to come from the 20-week time cycle. Having said that, as yet there is no actual confirmation that low is in place, though our key
From the comments made in recent articles, the downward phasing of the 72-day and 20-week cycles is still deemed to be in force in the gold market, with the next mid-term trough is expected to come from the same - and which is due to materialize at anytime. Even sai
Timing is everything, especially in investing. Cycle analysis, technical indicators, and sentiment all point to an approaching low in gold. Gold prices could drop a little further, but a bottom is likely between now and Wednesday, May 23rd. Miners are diverging u
As pointed out in recent articles, the main cycle governing the price of Gold is the 20-week one, which has been projected to trough anywhere in the current timeframe. Once that low is complete, the metal should see a decent rally into the summer months, one which shoul
Gold slipped to the 200-day MA ($1,306.20) on Tuesday but quickly found support. Prices now need to break above $1,320 to promote a crucial 6-month low. We alerted members and entered initial positions before Tuesday’s close. Gold prices may have bottomed May 1st

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