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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
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Au Ag Tradevestor
Au Ag Tradevestor Apr 23, 2014 10:56PM GMT
Gold Prices 2014: Do What Goldman Does, Not What It Says ---------------------------Let’s first look at some of Goldman’s gold price forecasts over the past few years and how they panned out.. For example, back in 2007, Goldman was bearish on gold, telling its clients to sell. In fact, Goldman declared selling gold in 2008 one of its Top 10 tips of the year.. Of course, gold prices rose 12.2% in 2008 and another 23.4% in 2009.. By November 2011, Goldman was actually bullish on gold prices – it raised its target to $1,930 an ounce about one month after gold prices had peaked.. By May 2012, with gold prices below $1,600, Goldman adjusted its bullish target to $1,840 an ounce. Gold prices did rise slightly after that, but never made it to $1,800, and thereafter started a precipitous decline.. By December 2012 – when gold prices were trading in the neighborhood of $1,700, Goldman revised its forecast to $1,800. Six months later gold prices were slipping toward $1,200.. Goldman finally reversed course in February 2013, beginning its string of bearish forecasts that have continued to the present.. That’s actually good news for gold prices, as Goldman always seems to be late figuring out where gold is headed.. Or is it?--------------------------It doesn’t quite make sense that a top-shelf investment bank like Goldman Sachs would be wrong so often about the direction of gold prices.. But when you look at Goldman’s own gold investing habits, a suspicious pattern emerges.. Goldman is usually buying while it publicly advocates others to sell, and vice versa. It knows many investors will follow its “advice,” which in turn helps Goldman to buy gold at lower prices and sell gold at higher prices.. Sure enough, as Goldman was declaring gold a sell last year, it was scooping up the yellow metal like crazy. In the second quarter alone it bought 3.7 million shares of the GLD ETF – valued at about $500 million.
Au Ag Tradevestor
Au Ag Tradevestor Apr 23, 2014 10:59PM GMT
Beware for Goldman's advice

$ILV€R  Short Term Bear,Long Term Bull
$ILV€R Short Term Bear,Long Term Bull Apr 23, 2014 10:26PM GMT
He is K-ind, K-ool, K-razy, K-lever, K-iling, K-riminal, but O-K-
Au Ag Tradevestor
Au Ag Tradevestor Apr 23, 2014 10:37PM GMT
That our K.

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Antonio Sampatico Maher Apr 23, 2014 09:44PM GMT
......K u l d i p: Karpetbombing Universal Language Diversed Investment Pontifications .
Au Ag Tradevestor
Au Ag Tradevestor Apr 23, 2014 09:52PM GMT
$ILV€R  Short Term Bear,Long Term Bull
$ILV€R Short Term Bear,Long Term Bull Apr 23, 2014 10:19PM GMT
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