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Gold prices gain slightly in Asia in muted holiday trade
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 - Apr 17, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices edged barely higher in Asia on Friday in thin holiday trade. The Good Friday session sees markets in Japan, mainland China, Hong Kong and South Korea open. Many trading ...

 
Gold dips on U.S. data, talk of waning physical demand
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 - Apr 17, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices fell on Thursday after weekly U.S. jobless claims numbers and a regional factory report beat expectations, while talk of waning physical demand in Asia softened the ...

 
Gold prices lower, slip below $1,300
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 - Apr 17, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices slipped lower on Thursday as gains in equities markets and indications that the U.S. economic recovery is progressing dampened safe haven demand for the precious metal. On...

 
Gold prices ease in Asia on profit taking, Ukraine events eyed
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 - Apr 17, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices eased slightly in Asia on Thursday as investors booked profits, though the yellow metal remained well supported on geopolitical concerns over the Ukraine. On the Comex ...

 
Gold gains on Yellen rates comments, mixed U.S. data
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 - Apr 16, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices rose on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said ideal employment and inflation conditions are over two years away, while a mixed bag of U.S. data also ...

 
Gold prices off lows but gains capped
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 - Apr 16, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices pushed higher on Wednesday after posting the largest one day drop since December in the previous session, but gains were checked amid concerns over weakening demand from ...

 
Gold prices continue gains in Asia from overnight
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 - Apr 16, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices edhged higher in Asia on Wednesday on continued gains from overnight, while sentiments that recent expectations for U.S. monetary policy to stay loose for some time to come...

 
Gold falls as U.S. inflation rates beat expectations
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices plunged on Tuesday after U.S. inflation data beat forecasts, while sentiments that recent expectations for U.S. monetary policy to stay loose for some time to come may have...

 
Gold futures drop to 1-week lows on stronger dollar
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Investing.com - Gold futures dropped to one-week lows on Tuesday, as a stronger U.S. dollar weighed on the precious metal amid ongoing concerns over tensions in Ukraine. On the Comex division of the ...

 
Gold prices ease in Asia on profit-taking
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices fell slightly in Asia on Tuesday on profit-taking after gains made on geopolitical tensions over the Ukraine. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile ...

 

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thepapabear isHere
thepapabear isHere Apr 19, 2014 04:28AM GMT
gordon my dear friend...gold has every chance to go 925 odd dollars...just by the pure descending triangle theory :p.........
thepapabear isHere
thepapabear isHere Apr 19, 2014 04:32AM GMT
chart this.......back in good old days for gold....gold formed a descending triangle with the base as 1540 and the height of the descending triangle=1911-1540=371 dollars.......1540-371=1169 (or say the new base of 1180 that has held up twice and looks like we're all set to revist it as early as 2 weeks).......now trouble is: gold is again making a descending triangle with the base as 1180 and the height of the triangle as 254 dollars. (1433-1180=254).....so the implied target on the breach of 1180 this time should be 1180-254=$926.
thepapabear isHere
thepapabear isHere Apr 19, 2014 04:35AM GMT
even deeper trouble for gold is...THAT...the very long term uptrend line of the bull market...above which gold can stil be considered to be bullish...currently stands at 1050ish (bulls did a good job of avoiding downtrend through jan-feb-march of this year to allow that line to continue up). The point I am making is, $925/oz sits well under 1050....when gold breaks 1180, it should see a flash crash to 1050.....and because at 1050, the next clear target is 925......there could be a another mega crash going straight to 925
thepapabear isHere
thepapabear isHere Apr 19, 2014 04:41AM GMT
gold is a great buy at 925....but alas!!....with upside then limited to the breaking point somewhere around 1050.....not worth buying then either for any use....so we after some more dabbling above 925...we will again descend slowly and steadily (because then 1% will be just $9...compared to $13 today)....hahaha.....and then one day, back to 600.....at the point, it will a fair component in any portfolio because THEN it will be the insurance policy that everyone always thought it was...(the insurance policy that wont go to zero...muahahha)
thepapabear isHere
thepapabear isHere Apr 19, 2014 04:43AM GMT
ohh man...no one here should think i will get any pleasure if gold falls liiek that.....i am a gold jeweller with most of my working capital in the form of gold. For the whole of last 12-18 months, I have been trying hard to shift the working capital in the form of gold into cash-in-the-bank.......
thepapabear isHere
thepapabear isHere Apr 19, 2014 04:44AM GMT
50% is a very very very big hit to take
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Khan Green
Khan Green Apr 19, 2014 02:44AM GMT
Good morning dear all

Syed Bokhari
Syed Bokhari Apr 19, 2014 02:33AM GMT
Positive macroeconomic data from the US coupled with rising inflation is calling for reduction in stimulus which would boost the dollar. Coupled with China’s slowing growth and flagging demand in India puts precious metals at risk for the downside…. But I don’t know; gold price has been behaving strange last few days getting toppy at 1307 and then at 1304 ever since the massive $40 price drop.... the last time gold price got toppy at 1251-55 it eventually broke above with a bang…. This should be an interesting week with precious metals under downside pressure….! :)
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Apr 19, 2014 03:05AM GMT
Morning Syed a quite cold winter consumer has a little more to spend in the improving weather...the figures are thus simply looking a little better...give it two more data updates and it will be back to usual...agreed some more downside in gold to come!
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