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Tommy Humphreys
Final Capitulation In Gold?
By Tommy Humphreys - Oct 02, 2013 |   4

Tuesday’s $50 hit in gold futures to kick off the month of October may have laid the final foundation for a massive multi-month bottom in gold. The $1276 level in December gold futures is not only ...

Benzinga
Shutdown Worries Weigh On Brent Prices
By Benzinga  - Oct 02, 2013

Oil prices continued to fall on Wednesday as the US government remained shut down for a second day. The halt has forced nearly one million government workers to take unpaid leave and will likely ...

ICM Brokers
Oil And Gold Analysis: October 2, 2013
By ICM Brokers - Oct 02, 2013

CLCrude prices fell on Tuesday on fears that a U.S. partial government shutdown that kicked in early Tuesday will weigh on recovery and cut into demand for fuel and energy going forward. On the New ...

ICN.com
Oil Rose In New York After EIA Report
By ICN.com  - Oct 02, 2013

The black gold saw its prices climbing today in New York as TransCanada said it expects to finish construction and is to begin commissioning the southern portion of Keystone expansion by end of ...

Erik Swarts
Bullish For Precious Metals In Q4
By Erik Swarts - Oct 02, 2013

Across the short-term we are admittedly frustrated with the scenic route lower, but remain bullish for the fourth quarter in the precious metals sector. Despite the market maintaining downward ...

Jason Sen
Silver Spot XAG/USD: Breaking Out
By Jason Sen - Oct 02, 2013

Silver did break out as predicted below support at the 100 day moving average at 21.50/45 to good Fibonacci support at 20.86 for a buying opportunity. This trade worked perfectly as we bottomed at ...

Jason Sen
XAU/USD Spot Gold: Broke 1317
By Jason Sen - Oct 02, 2013

Spot Gold broke 1317 and continued lower through 1292/91 to 1277. This happens to be 61.8% Fibonacci support and with prices oversold short term this could hold the downside again today. We could ...