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Gold Is Now A Buy

By Gary SavageCommoditiesAug 09, 2015 12:44AM ET
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Gold Is Now A Buy
By Gary Savage   |  Aug 09, 2015 12:44AM ET
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For those who have been waiting until Gold's 'technicals' signaled a 'buy', the signal has been given:

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Gold Is Now A Buy
 

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doug devan
doug devan Aug 14, 2015 8:03AM ET
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What?....are you gold bull experts just trying to cover YOUR longs? LOL
Jayaparthiban Lakshmi Parthasaarathy
Jayaparthiban Lakshmi Parthasaarathy Aug 13, 2015 1:39AM ET
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I entered at 1189 on 04.08.15, now it is 1120. Technicals give the true picture. I entered as per the technical only. Believe in technicals. You wont go wrong
Chris Canis
Chris Canis Aug 12, 2015 6:01PM ET
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Missed the bottom by a few days. But good short term call. The leveraged ETFs up BIG Time.
Marko Ilic
Marko Ilic Aug 10, 2015 12:13PM ET
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I`m not buying pull back. Thanks
Brad Smith
Brad Smith Aug 10, 2015 8:44AM ET
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The gold price has been volatile even before the plummet started. It still feels somewhat premature to call bottom here since I seriously doubt we've seen the final bottom. We'll see who is right in time.
stuart smith
stuart smith Aug 10, 2015 2:10AM ET
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Don't buy unless you're a short term trader. You have to be insane to believe gold at some point won't test 1000. I wouldn't take any advice from this guy. He's part of the gold crowd who makes conspiracy accusations of gold manipulation. Total BS. I can't wait until gold gets smashed under 1000 and finally washes this whole idiotic gold crowd down the drain.
Solvang Pulhug
Solvang Pulhug Aug 09, 2015 11:08PM ET
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Any responsible 'buy' advice should be accompanied with a Stop Loss. . Where would you place a Stop Loss for a Long Trade on Gold, and what percentage of a portfolio would you allocate to such a position?. Thanks.
 
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