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Gold Futures - Aug 15 (GCQ5)

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1,187.80 +1.30    +0.11%
23:46:25 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,186.50
  • Open: 1,188.30
  • Day's Range: 1,187.70 - 1,188.40
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Gold Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 18:38 - Wednesday, May 27th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 1187.47-0.281187.451188.051187.26018:38Q / C / O
Jun 15 1187.0+1.41187.11187.61186.836118:37Q / C / O
Jul 15 1187.4+1.41187.61187.71187.4418:33Q / C / O
Aug 15 1187.9+1.41188.01188.41187.664718:38Q / C / O
Oct 15 1187.4s-1.31188.41191.11185.8178605/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 15 1190.1+1.71190.11190.41190.1418:31Q / C / O
Feb 16 1189.4s-1.31191.01192.11188.665305/27/15Q / C / O
Apr 16 1190.5s-1.31191.91192.61190.560605/27/15Q / C / O
Jun 16 1191.6s-1.21193.41194.21190.026005/27/15Q / C / O
Aug 16 1192.9s-1.20.01192.91192.9205/27/15Q / C / O
Oct 16 1194.3-1.20.01194.31194.3012:45Q / C / O
Dec 16 1195.9s-1.11198.91200.01195.914505/27/15Q / C / O
Feb 17 1197.8-1.10.01197.81197.8012:45Q / C / O
Jun 17 1202.1s-0.91204.01204.01202.13005/27/15Q / C / O
Dec 17 1210.0-0.90.01210.01210.0012:45Q / C / O
Jun 18 1218.8-1.00.01218.81218.8012:45Q / C / O
Dec 18 1228.4-1.20.01228.41228.4012:45Q / C / O
Jun 19 1238.7-1.40.01238.71238.7012:45Q / C / O
Dec 19 1249.6-1.60.01249.61249.6012:45Q / C / O
Jun 20 1262.6-1.60.01262.61262.6012:45Q / C / O
Dec 20 1278.6-3.60.01278.61278.6012:45Q / C / O

   
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Narendra Bumb
Narendra Bumb May 27, 2015 11:32PM GMT
Today gold is in a down trend, & will remain so for an extended period of time. To understand it's kinetics you require an experience of trading in commodities. Gold & silver being un perishable & longest surviving commodities, work on their own set of rules. Fundamental forces do make temporary impacts, but they are eventually smoothened out in long term trading. The best way to trade in them is to remain with the trend. Same set of principles apply to the real estate also. But this is not the place to discuss about that. I had seen my parents loosing their fortune in the silver upheavel & since then learned lot from the behaviour of PM markets.
Alex Lee
Alex Lee May 27, 2015 11:45PM GMT
How about going back to 1190-94 first before deeper drop?

Narendra Bumb
Narendra Bumb May 27, 2015 11:22PM GMT
@Avinash.. Remember Jon Nadler. He was CEO at Kitco. During his tenure at Kitco, Precious metal prices were fast rising. In his weekly commentaries, he relied on fundamentals & in his articles always cautioned for a pull back. The markets were euphoric & would always rise, causing great losses to his readers. Ultimately Kitco readers pressed for his removal & he was uncerimoniously removed from the job. He never believed that gold could ever cross $ 650. Yet it crossed $1400 ! At todays fundamentals gold seems OK for a price of $700. Yet it can go far below in the long term. I recall an incident, which occured in my life. I reside in a city having population of around 20 lakh. I wanted to sell some gold to pawn brokers, for a purchase of my house. At the time, the market rate of gold was Rs 2600-2800 per 10 gms. I couldn't find a purchaser who could offer me at least 75% of the value. Ultimately I rejected the idea of selling gold & borrowed money on interest.

Avinash Avinash
Avinash Avinash May 27, 2015 09:00PM GMT
@ Sayed....yes riding on the Horse...I am looking into mouth...you look at the back hahahahah(Thank you)....can see all the way Thor...Adrians and Lords sitting and enjoying Belly dance while the Horse is riding with N aked back with all th Forest Gump characters.....and enjoying the free ride with noce wine and drunk without knowing where they will land after the hang over....Adios tomorrow is always new day...all is well till it is well for the who feels it ....take care and happy trading...
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