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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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Gold extends losses on strengthening dollar
Gold extends losses on strengthening dollar
By Investing.com - Sep 19, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices carried Thursday's losses into Friday as the dollar continued to firm on expectations that U.S. monetary stimulus programs will wrap up next month, while benchmark interest...

Gold prices dip in Asia as investors keep focus on Fed
Gold prices dip in Asia as investors keep focus on Fed
By Investing.com - Sep 18, 2014

Investing.com - Gold continued to drop in early Asia on Friday with investors focused on the possibility of a Federal Reserve rate hike next year.On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile ...

Gold falls as market preps for dollar strengthening trend
Gold falls as market preps for dollar strengthening trend
By Investing.com - Sep 18, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices fell on Thursday after investors digested the Federal Reserve's Wednesday statement on interest rates and concluded that tighter monetary policy is drawing closer and usher...

Gold maintains losses after data, Fed rate hike fears weigh
Gold maintains losses after data, Fed rate hike fears weigh
By Investing.com - Sep 18, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures fell to an eight-month low on Thursday, as investors digested a mixed bag of U.S. economic data and following fresh guidance from the Federal Reserve on its plans to raise...

Gold futures tumble to 8-month low on Fed rate outlook
Gold futures tumble to 8-month low on Fed rate outlook
By Investing.com - Sep 18, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures tumbled to the lowest level since January on Thursday, after the Federal Reserve brought forward its outlook for rising interest rates. On the Comex division of the New ...

Copper falls on stronger dollar, China housing concerns
Copper falls on stronger dollar, China housing concerns
By Investing.com - Sep 18, 2014

Investing.com - Copper futures were lower for the second consecutive day on Thursday, as a broadly stronger U.S. dollar and slowing property prices in China weighed. On the Comex division of the New ...

Gold moves lower as market digests Fed statement
Gold moves lower as market digests Fed statement
By Investing.com - Sep 17, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices fell on Wednesday as markets digested the Federal Reserve's September statement on monetary policy, with investors questioning the dovish degree of the language. On the ...

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Yudison MB
Yudison MB Sep 21, 2014 02:28PM GMT
Gold Price Forecast 19 September, 2014. Scotland has voted No to independence in a referendum, Scotland-UK 300-year old union will continue. French jets have carried out their first strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq, the office of President Francois Hollande says. Still the situation of middle east has not played its role in boosting the prices. If unrest became worse we may see some higher prices in crude oil and safe heaven demand.. Gold price rebounded from $1,215 but the bounce is limited we can’t consider it correction. I expect some bounce before pushing Gold price towards $1,200-$1,180. Technical are supporting bounce as market is oversold. However market is moving in a limited area.. source ****: // *** .stocks-markets. com/

Thepapabear Is very very bullish
Thepapabear Is very very bullish Sep 21, 2014 02:24PM GMT
If we reverse from here.... Say 1220 to 1292-97, then when we return to 1220 again in October, people like Johnny and Gordie will confidently try to catch the falling knife in the entire 1240 to 1180 belt. This will be the fuel required to go to 1180 and then catch sell the gazzillion sell stops placed just under 1180. I cannot see how we are going to 1180 this time. Market is uber-bearish on the break of first 1240 and then the close under 1220. There has been no aggressive shorting (naked shorting) yet since 1272 broke suggesting just long liquidation and hence the slow speed of the fall. Will be very difficult to break camp area onto 1180 with everyone bearish and hardly anyone bullish ( see Gordon has been very quiet, Johnny did not buy it on Friday close etc). Gold needs buyers to go down and sellers to rise up. The buyers are quiet and the sellers are confident. We will end this week at 1240 area with the lowest possible,e being 1202
Er Webber
Er Webber Sep 21, 2014 03:02PM GMT
Whether or not there is a bounce depends on the dollar. If the dollar keeps rising, commodities will just keep dropping. The DXY is very close to a super important resistance level at 85. If that is broken, the dollar will ascend into the commodity kill zone. From 85 it will reach 90 and after that shoot all the way to 100. IF gold breaks free of 85 in a short while – NO Bounce. However, if the dollar pulls back, then you could see that bounce. But medium to long term, I’d bet on the dollar to continue to rally for macro-economic reasons.

Syed Bokhari
Syed Bokhari Sep 21, 2014 01:46PM GMT
Hello Waheed: Oh no no don’t follow what I have to say, it can land you in trouble!.... Lol…. Follow the chart patterns and what they suggest. Do realize that at current levels gold price is sitting in the pits with very little downside space to maneuver…. The downside may have completed already but I am holding sell for target 1211-04 (a sell signal is still in play, ADX, DMI favor lower). Some upside price movement can be expected with initial resistance at 1217-19 and subsequently at 1223-24. I expect the upside attempt likely to fail under 1220…. It is quite possible to also see gold price test 1205-01 and possibly 1201-1298-96 later….. BEWARE, a reversal back up is very much expected so watch the sell trades… On the other hand, should 50dma continue to maintain below 200dma then gold price will struggle for the upside. The other thing to watch is the Gold-Silver ratio which is close to tagging 70 usually indicating that a low is in. Alternatively it could also be suggesting for further fall ahead. At this point in time I favor the alternate due to 50dma being under 200dma and I expect this will continue to stay under 200dma!... Watch RSI / MACD and the lower band that may be helpful…. Good luck fella, trade safe…. :)
Syed Bokhari
Syed Bokhari Sep 21, 2014 01:49PM GMT
Its a gambol Mr. Waheed and neither me nor you are the ones rolling the dice! .... :)
Syed Bokhari
Syed Bokhari Sep 21, 2014 01:53PM GMT
read that as 1201-1198-96.....
Waheed Asghar
Waheed Asghar Sep 21, 2014 02:09PM GMT
Thanx sir realy help full .. as always. currently i am also holding sell on gold for 1210... and the wait for it to confirm its trend any kind of advice from you is always welcom
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