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This video examines the prospects for gold and miners continued rally and details why fall is the best time of the year for the stock market. Below you find the video..
In this video I detail the recent price performance of the dollar, euro and yen, and relate this information to gold's performance, as well as gold's likely future performance.
The current price behavior of gold is providing us a potential opportunity to see the rubber band theory in action. Price is stretched far above the 50 dma and due for a snap back in the direction of...
Short term sentiment in Gold Futures, via the SPDR Gold Shares ETF (NYSE:GLD) has reached excessively bullish levels. This condition normally leads to a corrective move as the market runs out of...
This chart projects the likely price behavior of Direxion Daily Junior Gold Miners Bull 3X Shares (NYSE:JNUG) during the rest of gold's current bull market.
If we get upside follow through today or Thursday, then I think we are done with the correction and the vertical phase of the bubble will begin.
Gold: DCL Ahead  
By Gary Savage - Aug 17, 2017
Gold's daily cycle low still lies ahead of us. This video discusses how gold-related investments are likely to perform after gold reaches its upcoming bottom.
The precious-metal sector has been a very frustrating sector to trade throughout most of 2017. And honestly, that doesn’t look likely to change any time soon.
Gold is heading toward a daily-cycle top near $1300. Oil is probably going to test the $60-62 range in the weeks ahead. The stock market is trying to complete a daily-cycle low before it begins the...
Let me show you why I keep stressing that traders should focus most or all of their capital on the stock market. Nice strong trending move. Still no big separation above the moving average that would...