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Definitely No Dearth of Catalysts for Gold & Gold ETFs

Friday’s rally in gold brought the ETFs close to their 200-day moving averages & year-to-date gains of just under 9%. Political risk is seen as a potential catalyst for gold & gold ETFs. Gold prices could move modestly higher with some help from emerging markets, namely China and India. However, the dollar has recently retreated in noticeable fashion, helping aid gold’s ascent along the way.

Traders to Stay Bullish on Gold - Inflation to Accelerate Faster than Fed will Hike Rates

Inflation is going to accelerate faster than the Fed is going to hike rates; that’s good for real assets. On top of it, we are looking for weak dollar on broad basis; that combination has a good tendency to boost gold prices. There’s a lot of uncertainty here. As for the Fed, in the current environment, they may normalize rates but it’s going to be slow moving.

Gold Price Rally Extremely Likely in the Next 100 Days

How high can rates stay ahead of inflation without stifling a recession? I don’t think they can go much higher, and I think that’s the inflection point. I think the next 100 days it’s going to be very important. One thing about Trump, he is taking speed as being a very important factor in how he’s looking at capital markets. So,I think we’ll have a better feel in the first 100 days.

Gold offers Insurance, but Silver Additionally offers Better Profit Opportunities

Hike or no hike, there is no place for the gold and silver bulls to hide. Silver is slower to move than gold, but it has more room to move and this delivers better profits. The similarity in the patterns on the gold and silver charts means the silver price follow the behaviour of the gold price. The best trade is to watch gold and execute the trade on the same price move in silver.

Further Surge in Silver and Gold will kill Commercial Traders

In contemplating what occurs next, will the silver and gold commercial traders succeed in turning prices lower & triggering off technical fund selling on the COMEX & also cool off ETF demand for physical metal? To be fair, either outcome, a price selloff or surge, must be considered possible, but recent developments raise the odds of a commercial failure in which prices surge, especially for silver.

Gold and Gold Stocks – The Tackling of Resistance

After several previous attempts that fell just a little bit short, gold finally managed a close above the 1340-1350 level – It is perhaps not a significant enough break yet, but it is encouraging that the $1350 level has not rejected gold this time around.

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