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28/04 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce
  • Prev. Close: 1,265.90
  • Open: 1,265.50
  • Day's Range: 1,264.43 - 1,269.84
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David Robles
David Robles 1 hour ago
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@JV I read the article...makes me want to load up on physical
HJ Index
HJ Index 1 hour ago
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@JV After reading the article you suggested, l had some thoughts. I have been following China's policies and economic movement. May be they r playing a much bigger game than everyone can ever imagine. They wanted to replace US$ with RMB. They have been doing that for years. They have signed multiple trade agreements with multiple countries - trading in RMB instead of US$. And at the same time, they r buying more and more gold. If one day, the world found out the western counties does not have the gold but China has. What will they do? I think the western banks will work hard to push the gold price further down and brain wash people that gold is worthless. They will also try to make Bitcoin popular. Big bank and governments does not like gold. Anyways, today is not a trading day. Let's just talk about whatever we want. Thanks again for ur article.
Jeffrey Vose
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I don't know where to start... I could write pages about why I think china is doing that. If I wasn't so incredibly exhausted from fishing with my kids today in this Florida heat, I could write about this for hours. But putting a coherent thought together right now is going to be quite hard. It's midnight here and can barely keep my eyes open. I'll be back on here tomorrow. Oh and bitcoin! You nailed it on the head with that!!! Ok I'm about to pass out. Have a good one.
Clarence Beeks
ClarenceBeeks 1 hour ago
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Read the article at sixfigureinvesting . Com. Search ..how does tvix work. Great info, the people who put out theses etfs even say it will eventually go to zero.
Jeffrey Vose
Jeffrey Vose 1 hour ago
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Yea those etf's are such garbage. I honestly do not know how they are legal. Since the VIX is a very ''insurance for right now'' type of thing. The future contracts usually don't go down proportionately. Like when the spot price of gold goes down or up, the future month contracts usually go up somewhat proportionately. The VIX not so much. So when the contract rolls over it's at a higher price then drops making UVXY go down even more. Like I said earlier today on here. The UVXY short is the easiest trade in the whole stock market. Just wait for a spike before a contract rollover and it will print you money. The occasional spike isn't fun but it always goes back even lower.
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