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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
The gold market is in the process of forming a cycle bottom, though whether that low is yet in place remains speculation at the present time - and with that we are patiently awaiting confirmation of the same. As mentioned in some recent articles, the main cycle t
As mentioned in a prior article, the month of May looks to be a key timeframe for the Gold market, with several key time cycles that we track looking for a semi-important bottom. There are also two key turning point and reversal dates for May, with the first of thes
Finally we have movement in the precious metals sector…but unfortunately for gold price cheerleaders, the movement was in the ‘inflation trade’. If you are looking for excitement about gold during inflationary phases, please look elsewhere because my articles a
The gold price had another ho-hum week as it nests above the 50 day moving average and the area where the 200 day moving average meets lateral support at roughly 1300. The trends by both of these daily moving averages are up, MACD is up triggered and positive and RSI is
Last week amid continued volatile whipsaw action in US and global stock markets gold continued to hang around at the 50 day moving average, basically going nowhere. This is as it should be with the counter-cyclical metal that pays no dividend and has no default risk
Last week Gold continued its grinding trend toward a favorable alignment in its Commitments of Traders (CoT), as large Specs got less long and Commercials less short. This is not an outstanding configuration but when considering the muted state of the little guy (small
We have repeatedly noted that gold and especially the gold stock sector are dependent upon a counter-cyclical risk ‘off’ backdrop for the best of any bull phase that may be out ahead. Since mid-2016 the macro backdrop has been anything but risk ‘off’. Not coincident

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