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Gold Futures - Feb 15 (GCG5)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

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  • Open: 1,198.20
  • Day's Range: 1,193.90 - 1,201.40
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Gold Candlestick Patterns

Recognized Bullish Chart Patterns
Bullish Hammer Timeframe: 5 Hours
Reliability: Low
A reversal pattern.
During a downtrend, there is a sell off after the candle starts. However, the candle closes at or near its high. This signifies a weakening of the previous bearish sentiment. The longer the lower shadow, the smaller the upper shadow, and the smaller the real body, the more significant the pattern is. White real body is more bullish than black body.
Recognized Bearish Chart Patterns
No Patterns were recognized.
Unrecognized Patterns
Bearish Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bearish
Advance Block Bearish
Belt Hold Bearish
Break Away Bearish
Dark Cloud Cover
Deliberation Bearish
Counter Attack
Doji Star Bearish
Engulfing Bearish
Evening Doji Star
Evening Star
Bearish Inverted Hammer
Hanging Man
Dragonfly Bearish
Harami Bearish
Harami Cross Bearish
Identical Three Black Crows
Kicking Bearish
Meeting Lines Bearish
Shooting Star
Gravestone Doji
Three Inside Down
Three Outside Down
Tri-Star Bearish
Two Crows
Upside Gap Two Crows
Downside Gap Three Methods
Downside Tasuki Gap
Falling Three Methods
In Neck Bearish
On Neck Bearish
Separating Lines
Side by Side White Lines Bearish
Three Black Crows
Three Line Strike
Thrusting Bearish
Bullish Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bullish
Belt Hold Bullish
Break Away Bullish
Concealing Baby Swallow
Bullish doji Star
Bullish Engulfing
Dragonfly Doji
Harami Bullish
Harami Cross
Homing Pigeon
Inverted Hammer
Meeting Lines bullish
Morning Doji Star
Morning Star
Piercing Line
Stick Sandwich
Three Inside Up
Three Outside Up
Three Stars in the South
Tri-Star Bullish
Three River Bottom
Mat Hold Bullish
Rising Three Methods
Separating Lines Bullish
Side by Side White Lines
Three White Soldiers
Upside Gap Three Methods
Three Line Strike
Upside Tasuki Gap Bullish
Ladder Bottom Bullish
 

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Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 03:27AM GMT
I noticed a discussion on inflation deflation and it's knock on effect to gold...with that in mind it might be prudent to keep in mind that firstly we are not on a gold standard...secondly there is ALWAYS inflation which floats about in and out of different sectors in ALL economies on this planet simultaneously with deflation. In simpler terms you have some asset sectors facing inflation eg Dollar Stock Markets food whilst others see deflation eg commodities etc. Gold is simply risk trade that reacts to the ever shifting make up of an economy and the flow of money....it can rise and fall under both inflation and deflation...it all depends on where those forces are found in the make up of the bigger picture. Therefore no matter interest rates gold can always do one of two things both rise and fall.
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 03:42AM GMT
it might be wiser to consider which sectors are really MOST at risk should interest rates rise and to which sector would that exposure flow...there are bubbles everywhere...well ALMOST everywhere...)
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 03:45AM GMT
over history the primary trend of gold is and has always been UP which is understandable as ALL economies have a base level of inflation...even when they throw all this deflationary BS at us!
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 03:47AM GMT
tick tock tick tick...now raise those interest rates!

Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 02:04AM GMT
I wonder why China that has run a huge trade surpluses has foreign reserve that are diminishing as well as they just posted the largest quarterly fall in over a decade?...China continues to wean itself of US treasuries currently holding the lowest in over 19 months...as we are talking at least 100 billion in the quarter I wonder where it is going? With talk of interest rates to rise why would both China and Japan be avoiding exposure to bonds? With the "growth engine of the world" being the USA consumer" as some here like to claim why is global growth under pressure? With high yield junk bonds collapsing what does that signal to the markets and state of highly leveraged companies in particular the energy companies? What is going to happen when emerging markets start to see capital outflow risks?...those countries amount to half the worlds peoples...what is China spending that money on and what are they stockpiling...likely it is commodities as this is what they need...so WHY?
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 02:36AM GMT
Why does China settle 22% of it's cross border trade in their own currency? Surely the FED requires inflation to avoid a bond bubble from collapsing? Is war not the usual scapegoat... Why has the Baltic index posted it's biggest fall since its inception 28 years ago? What can we expect come September when India becomes a full partner in the Shanghai corporation? Will gold fall? Will gold rise? You all enjoy your weekends! Come Monday it remains flat or posts a spike either way...Much is in support of down...I am betting on up!
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 20, 2014 02:41AM GMT
Sunshine and Smiles

Michael Liu
Michael Liu Dec 19, 2014 09:11PM GMT
is santa here??
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