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Thank you, Ed.. seems all rather neat... of course.. 'til it doesn't.. I'm with you~!!

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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Clive maund has another great article out on the future near certainty of a PM bull move. His conclusion: "Conclusion: it couldn't look better for the sector, which suits us, because we are bullish and now heavily long."

the article

https://www.streetwisereports.com/pub/na/17592

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
Reply #122
Clive maund has another great article out on the future near certainty of a PM bull move. His conclusion: "Conclusion: it couldn't look better for the sector, which suits us, because we are bullish and now heavily long."

the article

https://www.streetwisereports.com/pub/na/17592

It seems we are at decision point for the Maund gold bull forecast to push ahead or honor several prognosticators and take profits at the top of the trading channel. Price is just below a double top at about $1295 that needs to be violated and there is a lower low early last month casting a shadow. RSI at 70 is approaching overbought. There are several similar looks on the chart most recently April 19 and June 6. On those occasions price declined about $75 before trending up again. This would support taking profits.

It looks like we need another day, maybe two to get confirmation. If MACD rolls over, then we are probably in for a repeat. There is a good chance gold will continue up as the world tensions with NOKO and ISIS are not de-escalating and the current season is typically gold positive.


Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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Clive maund has another great article out on the future near certainty of a PM bull move. His conclusion: "Conclusion: it couldn't look better for the sector, which suits us, because we are bullish and now heavily long."

the article

https://www.streetwisereports.com/pub/na/17592

It seems we are at decision point for the Maund gold bull forecast to push ahead or honor several prognosticators and take profits at the top of the trading channel. Price is just below a double top at about $1295 that needs to be violated and there is a lower low early last month casting a shadow. RSI at 70 is approaching overbought. There are several similar looks on the chart most recently April 19 and June 6. On those occasions price declined about $75 before trending up again. This would support taking profits.

It looks like we need another day, maybe two to get confirmation. If MACD rolls over, then we are probably in for a repeat. There is a good chance gold will continue up as the world tensions with NOKO and ISIS are not de-escalating and the current season is typically gold positive.



I am not reposting the chart as only a couple days of new data, but the verdict is in and gold down $10 more as I type did not move up through the double top and should we get the $75.00 drop referenced above, we can expect gold to go to about $1220 or a little less. Holding that level would be bullish as it would paint  higher low. I still believe PM's are in the early stages of a secular bull run and ten baggers in quality small miners will be the norm within a few years based on fundamental data, not TA.

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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It looks to me that silver's chart is providing clarity here for gold. The performance has basically been the same with a significant break of the line. Another thing that points to the yen's pop as not lasting.

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Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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Something I put together on the gold/silver ratio.

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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For Entertainment Purposes Only.

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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The link below is to an article about total world wide gold and silver demand, and it is shocking to say the least as well as very bullish PM's. What is not mentioned and in my view very obvious, is that the stated demand for ETP's is way up but there is not a congruent demand for physical, leads to the conclusion that the ETP's are nothing more than a derivative without backing. They will implode in a crises.

https://goldsilver.com/blog/you-are-being-lied-to-about-low-gold-demand/

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Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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One big crisis changes the equation.

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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This is one of the best articles explaining the situation with gold and reasoning behind believing price is going up.

https://www.vanaurumtech.com/single-post/2017/08/24/Five-Compelling-Charts-Supporting-a-Bullish-Gold-Thesis

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Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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  This is what one press release says is the cause of the spike up in Gold.

  * Central bank heads' comments pressure dollar, lift gold
    * Silver also hits one-week high
    * Geopolitical risks continue to underpin bullion

http://www.reuters.com/article/global-precious-idUSL4N1LE2XI

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
Reply #131
Seeded MUX and into AUG, I think it has a good chance of breaking its two year high from here. Nice to have seen the follow through today.

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
Reply #132
I like AUG as one of the premium exploration companies with a kicker that GG has been investing in the outfit, so a buyout with a little exploration success is likely. Management has a track record of success developing Keegan Resources (now Asanko) into a near half million ounce per year producer and adding value to Cayden Resources  ultimately selling for $200 million to AEM. They have huge land resources in BC, Nunavut, and Peru some with gold discoveries and all in very good neighborhoods if you adhere to closeology. All the acreage has drilling planned and the total package is some 55,000 meters, so management is very aggressive. It is disappointing they did not respond better to their recent drilling results newser and because they have no income, the aggressive exploration program will require more stock dilution for continued execution. I have little doubt management has in mind to sell rather than develop any of the properties to production. GG with 12.5% ownership is a likely acquirer. I have been dollar cost averaging into my position with income from option premiums. It seems to trade cyclically and looks to be near a cycle bottom now.

https://www.tradingview.com/x/58EfPK5I/

Re: Signs of a gold bottom
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I would have said that AUG would be likely to continue downward, however after experiencing negative pressure from the sector pushing it below its 40 MA I now see it as likely to reverse with positive lift from the sector. The stock is tap dancing momentum values today. The chart suggests it could and may likely break into that two year high before settling out. Coincidentally, AUG's time frame is roughly the same as golds as I'm seeing it. We'll see. Hopefully we will see a lot of opportunities over the next two weeks, we certainly have been waiting long enough. GL all.