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Gold 2020
Comparing gold prices last quarter to prices in the previous quarter suggests about a hundred dollar increase using a least mean squares fit. Miners not affected by the Wuhan flu too much should see a positive earnings report, but guidance might be problematic.


  • ken
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Re: Gold 2020
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Will we see a short term correction....

Re: Gold 2020
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"If you think gold has jumped about 10 percent in a couple of days to $1,638 an ounce, the official price quoted on Wall Street, think again.
The real price? Nearer $1,800 -- if you can get it."

more on paper gold vs. physical price discrepancy:

http://www.gata.org/node/19999

  • ken
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Re: Gold 2020
Reply #3
"If you think gold has jumped about 10 percent in a couple of days to $1,638 an ounce, the official price quoted on Wall Street, think again.
The real price? Nearer $1,800 -- if you can get it."

more on paper gold vs. physical price discrepancy:

http://www.gata.org/node/19999
Gold will be like toilet paper when this passes in a few months. Trying to return it.