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Gold Futures - Feb 15 (GCG5)

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1,195.80 +1.00    (+0.08%)
19/12 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,194.80
  • Open: 1,198.20
  • Day's Range: 1,193.90 - 1,201.40
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Gold Overview

Prev. Close1,194.80
MonthFeb 15
Tick Size0.1
Contract Size100 Troy Ounces
Tick Value10
Day's Range1,193.90 - 1,201.40
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolGC
52 wk Range1130.40 - 1391.40
Last Trading Day01/29/2015
1-Year Return0.07%

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Syed Bokhari
Syed Bokhari Dec 20, 2014 03:01PM GMT
This one is a very tough one to call. It is touch and go here…. Gold price could not really get past its pivot 1200 on Friday and seems to have been pushed down/closed below pivot 1196…. Gold price is indicating bottoming at 1192/88 but at the same time there does not appear to be much above 1197-200-04 with 1207-09 on the outside…. Gold price is probably boxed in a triangle…. With an inside day and narrow trade range, an impulse move with a break of either side of H 1201.5 / L 1193.2 can be expected…. (there are ways of how to trade this sort of set-up)…. My sentiment is for the bottom to eventually fall out for 1176 and lower ($30+ drop) and would look to Buy the drop/s in 1170-55 range…. //// For the puritans/technical buffs who follow Elliot Wave patterns would appreciate the very complex set-up (open for discussion) //// N.B. The trend remains down. Upward movement will be purely corrective in nature…. :)
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Dec 20, 2014 03:35PM GMT
the way I see it the TA, ewa is an amusing pass time and offers little on future moves for long term investment. here is a remark made by someone else, you can find it on Internet if you want to read more: ""The Elliott Wave Principle, <...> is not a legitimate theory, but a story, and a compelling one that is eloquently told by Robert Prechter. The account is especially persuasive because EWP has the seemingly remarkable ability to fit any segment of market history down to its most minute fluctuations. I contend this is made possible by the method's loosely defined rules and the ability to postulate a large number of nested waves of varying magnitude. This gives the Elliott analyst the same freedom and flexibility that allowed pre-Copernican astronomers to explain all observed planet movements even though their underlying theory of an Earth-centered universe was wrong."

Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 01:50PM GMT
in essence Russia and China are accepting payment in gold...they accept the dollar(over valued) and exchange it for gold(under valued)...lol... When the gold in the west runs dry then say good-bye petro dollar...catch twenty two hey...oh well these things take time after all the western supply of gold is finite and nobody is accepting the paper gold scam...merry Christmas Bears as for Santa I am afraid the stockings are empty cause physical supply to soak up them dollars just ain't there!
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 02:09PM GMT
black gold and yellow gold priced in dollars is on discount...let's see who runs out of it first cause that party will have their heads served to them
Joshnah SS
Joshnah SS Dec 20, 2014 02:43PM GMT
Major Goldmines are in control with US, so no chances for dry out.
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 02:50PM GMT
please elaborate on that Joshnah...which Goldmines and from which regions?
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 03:40PM GMT
even though the comment was based on above ground reserves I am interested in hearing your take on how Major Goldmines are controlled by the west...here are the top ten producers Barrick...Newmont...Ashanti...Goldfields...Newcrest...Kinross...Goldcorp...Yamana...Agnico Eagle...Polyus

Johnny Yorky
Johnny Yorky Dec 20, 2014 09:50AM GMT
BRIC bank, imagine what happens if the BRIC bank launches a new currency made up of a basket of member currencies partially backed by Gold. They then go on to start settling oil and other commodity deals in this new currency between members. It's one way of fighting the dollar hegemony which is set to impoverish the emerging market economies.
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 11:45AM GMT
it will come that dollar set up to impoverish emerging economies and it will come very soon...after all that printing from the FED the emerging countries are going to see some serious serious serious pain should they not have a plan B in place and Johnny has likely put his finger on it...not a replacement but an alternative in order to shield themselves from the exportation of inflation...
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 11:48AM GMT
if I was them I sure would be looking after my own interests especially as that capital investment flight comes and it always does like an old record played time and time again
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