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What Could Help Determine Where Gold Prices Are Headed This Year

As Gold prices near resistance it is important for it to show relative strength against the other asset classes and in particular Bonds and FC. A breakout in the Gold/Bonds ratio would signal that Gold would be less affected by weakness in Bonds (and rising yields). Meanwhile, continued strength for Gold/FC would signal that Gold prices would be less impacted by a rising US Dollar.

Gold and Silver: The Precious Metals Sector and the Federal Reserve

There has been no major correction in the gold and silver market all this year, which is inflated after months of rallying, and we will look at some evidence here that the correction may have considerably further to go, in points terms if not in time terms. If the dollar rallies, gold could get whacked, but would be expected to be followed by a reversal & thus present a MAJOR buying opportunity.

Strength of Gold Against Foreign Currencies Confirms Bull Market Status

If Gold is going up only because of a falling US$, that is a US$ bear market, not a Gold bull market. A Gold bull market is Gold rising against the majority of currencies. Gold’s strength in foreign currencies confirms its global bull market status and provides a hint that more gains for Gold in US$ terms are likely ahead. We view any weakness in the weeks ahead as a buying opportunity.

Smart Money Pushing Up Volumes and Support in Gold and Silver

Volume is the energy behind every move. Without it, no trend can be sustained. Exceptionally large volume is when smart money movers are in action, either covering old or taking new positions, in the market. Gold and silver are not selling off to lower swing lows, as occurred in the past, an indication of relative underlying market strength.

What If The Market Crash Is as Rigged as Everything Else?

There is an almost touching faith that markets are rigged when they loft higher, but unrigged when they crash. Who’s to say this crash isn’t rigged? A few things about this “crash” (11% decline from all time highs now qualifies as a “crash”) don’t pass the sniff test. Take your pick–here’s three good reasons to engineer a “crash” that benefits the few at the expense of the many.

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