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Gold Futures - Dec 14 (GCZ4)

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1,216.20 -10.70    (-0.87%)
19/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,226.90
  • Open: 1,226.10
  • Day's Range: 1,214.40 - 1,229.10
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Delayed Futures - 08:46 - Saturday, September 20th
Cash 1215.91s-8.881224.711228.371213.69009/19/14Q / C / O
Sep 14 1215.3s-10.41218.31218.31215.3409/19/14Q / C / O
Oct 14 1215.5s-10.41225.81227.71213.5255509/19/14Q / C / O
Nov 14 1216.0s-10.41219.51224.61214.95109/19/14Q / C / O
Dec 14 1216.6s-10.31225.61229.21214.216945609/19/14Q / C / O
Feb 15 1217.5s-10.31226.71228.91215.4129109/19/14Q / C / O
Apr 15 1218.2s-10.31226.51230.01216.395709/19/14Q / C / O
Jun 15 1218.9s-10.31223.01226.71217.437409/19/14Q / C / O
Aug 15 1219.8s-10.31228.11228.11219.81709/19/14Q / C / O
Oct 15 1220.9s-10.31220.61220.91220.6109/19/14Q / C / O
Dec 15 1222.2s-10.31226.71230.51221.56109/19/14Q / C / O
Feb 16 1223.9s-10.31228.61228.61223.910609/19/14Q / C / O
Apr 16 1225.8s-10.30.01225.81225.8009/19/14Q / C / O
Jun 16 1227.9s-10.30.01227.91227.9009/19/14Q / C / O
Dec 16 1236.3s-10.31246.51246.51236.3309/19/14Q / C / O
Jun 17 1248.0s-10.30.01248.01248.0009/19/14Q / C / O
Dec 17 1262.0s-10.30.01262.01262.0009/19/14Q / C / O
Jun 18 1278.0s-10.30.01278.01278.0009/19/14Q / C / O
Dec 18 1295.9s-10.30.01295.91295.9009/19/14Q / C / O
Jun 19 1317.0s-10.30.01317.01317.0009/19/14Q / C / O
Dec 19 1343.1s-10.30.01343.11343.1009/19/14Q / C / O
Jun 20 1373.1s-10.30.01373.11373.1009/19/14Q / C / O

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Vince Campillo
Vince Campillo Sep 20, 2014 01:57PM GMT
I will state this once again. AS LONG AS THE BANDS ARE DIVERGING (going in opposite directions from one another) that trend will remain. In this case for Gold and Silver, that would be a SELL. Note this information and put it in your book of knowledge. I have spent much of my hard earned money to gleen this knowledge and I present it you for free, I would take advantage of this opportunity.

DEEPAK JAISINGH Sep 20, 2014 12:32PM GMT
Gold and silver prices fell as long-term U.S. real interest rates rose, and Michael Lewis, strategist at Deutsche Bank, says gold prices were trading relatively cheap to silver. That may have triggered the recent decline in silver prices on a relative basis. However, he notes the gold:silver price ratio was trading at relatively elevated levels. That may not continue. With the notion that real rates are rising, given this week’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting, and the firm’s upbeat outlook for U.S. growth, “we expect that the steady rise in the gold to silver price ratio over the past few years is drawing to a close and that short gold versus long silver is becoming increasingly attractive given the upside to U.S. growth indicators and the S&P 500.”

DEEPAK JAISINGH Sep 20, 2014 12:04PM GMT
“My Dear Extended Family,. . Today is a day that should be memorized. Alibaba is the star with a huge market debut making this company worth more than some of the banks that brought it to market.. . Long term equity cycles have turned down as the equity market races to new highs almost daily. The US dollar is trading into decades old overhead resistance with long term dollar cycles due to turn down in the fourth quarter of this year.. . Gold, whose long term cycles have turned up, is plumbing previous lows and trading into major support. This is a classic example of "Popular Delusions, and the Madness of the Crowd.". . This is a period of time when major market changes have a high probability of happening. This is a time to control yourself, returning to fundamentals and gaining what guidance can be given by history. This is a time not to listen to your emotions. This is a time when geopolitical developments have the ability to impact markets significantly, certainly in the dollar/euro cross rate.. . Cycles are probabilities, but not absolutes. Only when price direction confirms the direction of cycles can long term trends be considered to have turned.. . That point in time is the next major event more important than Alibaba. There is another $10 billion dollars in new deals coming next week. That is a bubble if there ever was one.. . I am fully committed to gold, and remain so.. . Sincerely,”- Jim Sinclair
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