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1,212.45 -7.95    -0.65%
20:59:57 GMT - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,220.40
  • Open: 1,219.50
  • Day's Range: 1,206.00 - 1,223.20
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Zayd Hassan
Zayd Hassan 9 minutes ago
Dec 31st all of you were bearish. I said get long. In April I said sell and go short. Now most of you are bullish. You will again get crushed. Gold is going back down to 1000 short term. Maybe 800 long term.
amit shah
amit shah 5 minutes ago
because you are saying ? or because u have inside info or because u have some analysis ?
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 21 minutes ago
strong data means nothing if it does not reflect in ones GDP interest rate hikes do not impact gold. There is little to no long term correlation between interest rate hikes and gold. In the 70s gold went up when the interest rates went up...when interest rates declined in the '90s gold went up. Dollar perceived safe haven demand is limited to capital controls when countries fear capital flight. For example in the case of China there are now capital controls in place limiting Chinese exposure to the dollar. The fact of the matter is the inverse relationship lies between gold and equities. Therefore a hike of rates when the economy is clearly weak will impact equities and equities generally flow to gold. A strengthening dollar can though put pressure on gold on the short term and this we clearly have just experienced which is not the end of the world considering gold has broken its multi year downtrend. The US is a debt based economy and the debt is not attractive.
Zayd Hassan
Zayd Hassan 11 minutes ago
Richie, I think with all due respect you are off. First gold stagnated in the nineties as inflation was low. In the 70s interest rates didnt go up alot until Volcker jacked them up to 20%. That killed inflation and thus gold. We are in a deflationary environment. Hence gold will go down. Gold hasnt at all broken its downtrend. it forms a top every four years and now is the top. Look at the commttment of traders. Largest miner and user short position in gold since 1980. i was bull as you know dec 31. Now I am very bearish--both 30,000 worth of put options when gold was 1240
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 11 minutes ago
I mean come on what are they talking about 4 hikes? Maybe 0.25% per hike that is a lame 1%Investors really watch long term interest rates NOT the short term range. Gold is bought when faith in a currency is lost and visa versa. Central banks of the major economies have printed trillions of dollars and it has gone into stocks and bonds and without that helicopter money there would be no reason to hold them. When bond yields recover investors will move from stocks to bonds and gold because the FED is limited as it will have to admit that the long term interest rate is not sustainable. Savvy investors know this and as long as gold is above its weekly channel support they will go to gold. If the US economy improves 10 fold and long term interest rate yields improve gold will suffer. Otherwise its all what I prefer to call it..."FED BS" "RECOVERY...WHAT RECOVERY"...lethargic at best
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 4 minutes ago
Write your thoughts here
Zayd Hassan
Zayd Hassan 3 minutes ago
There is no faith lost in the dollar. The gloom and doom makes headlines. The US economy though not great is getting stronger. Real estate is going up high. Unemployment is coming down. Yet there is no inflation. If anything on the east coast and west cost, real estate bubbles are forming. That is good for the dollar. If rates go up a little, the housing market is shot and people sit on their cash. (I am not saying this just passing. I work in mortgages funding 25 million a year across the country and talk to many agents on the streets).
Zayd Hassan
Zayd Hassan Just Now
Every decline has a countertrend rally. If 1040 is tested again and holds, then the bear market is over. I dont think given the fundamentals (commercial shorts, high open interest) that this will happen. And I put in a 30,000 bet that is up 50% (To be fair and disclose, I lost about $3,000 shorting earlier in April--pulled the trigger too early). Seasonally also, gold gets clubbed until august.
FiveD Array
FiveD Array 54 minutes ago
Buy and hold for June delivery, just don't over leverage. Paper shorts must be covered, unless paper assets get enforced on people.
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