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Written by Morris Hubbartt - Super Force Signals   
Saturday, 22 March 2014 18:17


Gold Fibonacci Line Pullback Charts Analysis

Silver Time Box Charts Analysis

US Dollar Pirate Walks the Plank Charts Analysis

GDX Pullback Charts Analysis

GDXJ Pullback Charts Analysis

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Ed Note: One of the reasons this analysis is so clear comes from the full page Big Charts you see when you click on each link above. Below is an example of a chart in a smaller form. Morriis walks you through the analysis in a very clear and thorough manner - Editor Money Talks

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Who Killed the Gold Rally? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gold Investing News   
Friday, 21 March 2014 09:21

price-down-300x300Last week, gold looked like it was ready to tackle the $1,400 mark, reaching a six-month high on Friday. However, come Monday and the metal closed lower, marking its first decline in six sessions as investors were pulled away from the alluring precious metals by a rally in U.S. equities. Beyond that, economic sanctions imposed on Russian and Ukrainian officials by the States and the European Union had little affect, wiping away the need for the safe haven yellow metal. 

Sadly, Monday looks to have marked the beginning of a new trend for this week’s gold performance.

....much more commentary including company news HERE

GOLDMAN: Why Gold is Going to Plunge Again This Year PDF Print E-mail
Written by Goldman Sachs via Business Insider   
Friday, 21 March 2014 03:09

One of the star performers of 2014 has been gold.

It started the year around $1200/oz and recently nearly got to $1400/oz before slipping back a bit. 

In a new note, Goldman argues that the rise in gold has been driven by three unsustainable factors: Weather-induced economic slowdown in the US, a spike in Chinese demand due to credit concerns, and increased geopolitical tension.

The firm argues that all of these tailwinds will fade and that gold will hit $1050 this year:

While we see clear catalysts for the recent rally in gold prices, this move has been large relative to US real rates which are a key input into our forecasts and benchmarking of gold prices. As a result, we see potential for a meaningful decline in gold prices towards the level implied by 10-year TIPS yields, which our rates strategists expect to rise further this year, and reiterate our year-end $1,050/toz gold price forecast.

More broadly, we believe that with tapering of the Fed’s QE, US economic releases are back to being a key driving force behind gold prices. As a result, we expect that the decline in gold prices will likely be data dependent, in contrast to our 2013 bearish gold view which was driven by the disconnect between stretched long gold speculative positioning and stabilizing US growth.

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Greg Weldon
17 April 2014 ~ Michael Campbell's Commentary Service

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