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Gold Futures - Apr 15 (GCJ5)

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1,197.70 -7.10    (-0.59%)
27/03 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,204.80
  • Open: 1,203.40
  • Day's Range: 1,192.00 - 1,205.40
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Delayed Futures - 00:54 - Sunday, March 29th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 1198.54s-6.001204.421205.771192.70003/27/15Q / C / O
Apr 15 1199.8s-5.01203.81205.61191.716708803/27/15Q / C / O
May 15 1200.3s-5.01203.41205.01192.5142203/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 15 1200.7s-5.01204.61206.61192.612858303/27/15Q / C / O
Aug 15 1201.6s-4.91204.51207.41193.5946703/27/15Q / C / O
Oct 15 1202.4s-4.91205.31205.31197.4190103/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 15 1203.3s-4.81204.51207.81196.0789603/27/15Q / C / O
Feb 16 1204.1s-4.81202.21204.11201.427403/27/15Q / C / O
Apr 16 1205.0s-4.81204.11205.01203.98203/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 16 1206.0s-4.81206.01206.01201.76003/27/15Q / C / O
Aug 16 1207.2s-4.90.01207.21207.2003/27/15Q / C / O
Oct 16 1208.5s-5.00.01208.51208.5003/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 16 1210.0s-5.11209.41210.01209.42603/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 17 1215.7s-5.10.01215.71215.7003/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 17 1222.9s-5.11224.31224.31222.9103/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 18 1231.2s-5.10.01231.21231.2003/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 18 1240.5s-5.10.01240.51240.5003/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 19 1250.5s-5.10.01250.51250.5003/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 19 1260.9s-5.10.01260.91260.9003/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 20 1273.9s-5.10.01273.91273.9003/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 20 1291.9s-5.10.01291.91291.9003/27/15Q / C / O

   
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Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Mar 29, 2015 06:00AM GMT
You got it wrong Pappa...I spend cash flow as fast as I can...cash is worthless paper it has no value and holds no value...like I have always said...contrary to what in fact most including you have said...sell gold...what for? Spend the cash on anything tangeable..gold is long term and not needing to be liquidated by me...maybe for you in that case sell it.
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 06:02AM GMT
i often sell it to raise cash to meet obligations OR to be in a position to buy it lower to increase the gold i hold.......the more gold i have, the more jewellery i can make ==> the more money i make. simple.....i never try to accumulate gold to make a pyramid outta the gold bars.....lol

thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:45AM GMT
 Chart: 1,100.88 by thepapabear  is very very bearish
 Chart: 1,100.88 by thepapabear  is very very bearish gold in euro. Here are the possible fib lines......There is a definitive resistance around 1113 euros/oz......so it can go up 1%....consistent with my expectations for monday to be limited to $1208. Alternatively gold can fall and euro/dollar can fall much faster?.......lets face it eurusd is headed to below parity. I posted the same here nearly 2 years ago purely based on the health of the PIGS group. Now the whole world knows it, accepts it and wants to short euro....lol.......it wont fall just so quickly and make everyone rich with such a large contango. Should greece exit the euro and the others out of the PIGS do the same, eurusd will first fall and then sky rocket to ***all the eurusd shorts. I do not think greece can be allowed to exit. The ones who made this euro project specifically did it to unite it by a single monetary policy and hence be the kings of the eurozone.
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:47AM GMT
'i care not who is the puppet on the throne, if i can control the money supply of a country' - nathaniel rothschild
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Mar 29, 2015 05:53AM GMT
it was Draghi that originally audited Greece to establish its membership to the Euro long before he ever became the Chairmen of the ECB...he cooked the facts back then and so yes I would assume Greece will remain...serves the banksters and their quest in stealing from others...that being said at the end of the day the people of Greece may ultimately have the say..that being said if democracy was not such a farce they would have exited after the last "democratic vote" elected the latest fascist gov!
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Mar 29, 2015 05:55AM GMT
to big to fail comes to mind...merger of government and corporation/banks...feed them peasants more cake!
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:59AM GMT
greece aint too big to fail....its a more symbolic thing i think......i mean, even if greece defaulted on the euro loans taken from ECB, IMF whatever.......who cares?...Draghi is printing the euros anyways....he might as well print some more and will easily get the mandate for the same. The controller of the monetary policy is the de-facto "god of money".....and money is the ONLY thing that, sadly, seems to matter today and will matter even more tomorrow and even even more further down the line
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 06:00AM GMT
now a "god" is not going to allow his empire to split up and create a rival "god" on the same land!!.....not gonna happen

thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:20AM GMT
@Gordie....cash aint a store of value at all. No rocket science in it. Cash is merely the measurement unit of value since humans invented numbers because you cannot measure value as "the joy of one glass of wine"...or same value as "an ounce of gold". it is common sense that inflation-deflation come in cycles and adjust the cash value of all "things". No one can only sit on cash all the time and not do productive business to increase the cash holding in the process. Inflation-deflation cycles create the opportunity to increase the effective cash-in-hand (equal to actual cash in hand plus cash value of things one owns) through actions of switching cash-to-things or things-to-cash........it is ALWAYS about effective-cash-in-hand and NOTHING else.
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:23AM GMT
if gold goes up in cash terms, a gold bug becomes happy ONLY because he can get more cash on selling his gold....no other reason at all to be happy at all.........it must be a different breed or species alltogether who would be happy to have gold without being concerned about what is the cash value of that gold.......right or wrong?.
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:25AM GMT
"Gold is money"..."gold is the real money"..."gold is the only real money".....were good when there was no paper money. Over the course of time, as people accept the utility of having light weight paper money and now increasingly weightless electronic money!.......gold is just a thing like copper, paper, company stock, wood. The paradigm shift is intact, and will get steeper and steeper in the direction to make gold less and less as a financial instrument as central banks take hold of human fortunes to favor the more gifted humans!
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Mar 29, 2015 05:48AM GMT
I am not selling gold in the discussion in respect to cash...simply quoting Yellen...besides I have always maintained in this forum contrary to the view of many else in here that I cannot get rid of cash fast enough...
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:54AM GMT
i'll tell you a way.......short/long gold with a hugeeeee leverage and tell me again if you were able to get rid of cash fast enough or not.......lol
thepapabear  is very very bearish
thepapabear is very very bearish Mar 29, 2015 05:55AM GMT
so you buy and own gold without caring what its cash value is from time to time?........thats a lie!
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