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Topic: Gold and silver now VS 2003 (Read 779 times) previous topic - next topic

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Gold and silver now VS 2003
I know I posted about this before, I can't remember where, but I found this chart where the arrows point to similar moves in 2001-2 and 2016-18. I added the big red to show where i think  gold was in 2003 vs. today.
I will keep looking to see if I can find what I wrote almost a year ago about this.


Here is something I started a good while ago for silver, It has a green 1 and 2 marking similar moves then and now. I just added the blue arrow showing where I feel we are VS 2003.

A variation, showing 25$ target


I better post this before life calls me.

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Most notable about 2003 and now is this. I think it's like June 2003

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Most notable about 2003 and now is this. I think it's like June 2003


You calling a top?

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I read an article where Mali is removing incentive tax relief on mining companies and a couple other fundamentally negative articles about PM's and then came across this gem. It is good to read an accurate and review.

https://goldswitzerland.com/mad-world-currencies-to-zero-bonds-minus-zero/

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I read an article where Mali is removing incentive tax relief on mining companies and a couple other fundamentally negative articles about PM's and then came across this gem. It is good to read an accurate and review.

https://goldswitzerland.com/mad-world-currencies-to-zero-bonds-minus-zero/

accurate and positive review, it is what happens when one thinks faster than he types!

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I read an article where Mali is removing incentive tax relief on mining companies and a couple other fundamentally negative articles about PM's and then came across this gem. It is good to read an accurate and review.

https://goldswitzerland.com/mad-world-currencies-to-zero-bonds-minus-zero/
Well I wish it would shit or get off the pot. Tired of this waiting. This is so very overdue.....

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Note the red arrows.
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To be clear, this is where I feel we are at in the rhyme.
11 weeks or so to go????


  • Last Edit: September 09, 2019, 05:06:09 PM by edthelorax
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Ouch on that drop that happened leading into May of 2004!!!!!  That would of scared the crap outta me !!!!

Thank U kindly for these charts

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Welcome!  I called that "April fools' Gold Day"
Aril 1, 2004. Ya it hurt. Even months were cruel. 02,04,06,08, and of course 16.
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Today silver is up, gold is up, and gold silver ratio is up. I would have thought if everything was all clear for longs, a sell signal for the ratio would be in place, but not so. Interesting.


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false breakout on silver...not sure if the damage is yet done. Would not be shorting but would certainly not be buying here either.

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false breakout on silver...not sure if the damage is yet done. Would not be shorting but would certainly not be buying here either.
I would have to agree. I think there is more downside, not enough to risk shorting though.
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Watch how GRXEUR compares to gold. This is the German Index of its top companies