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Gold’s $30 drop: overreaction or sign of things to come?

Updated  Jan 29, 2015 1:40:00 PM


Today saw gold turn sharply lower, partially in response to a rebounding European stock market. In other words, the safe haven asset has lost out in favour of the riskier stocks. What’s more, the dollar has risen once again today and this has weighed on some buck-denominated commodities, including precious metals and crude oil with WTI dropping to a fresh multi-year low sub-$44 a barrel. Meanwhile as the CFTC reported on Friday, bullish speculation has  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold: Ride the Bucking Bull to $1340 Next?

Updated  Jan 22, 2015 1:40:00 PM


Today’s “larger-than-expected” QE program from the ECB will no doubt influence markets for years to come, but one of the most obvious immediate impacts has been the strength in gold. The yellow metal tends to attract flows as a store of value in times of central bank profligacy, and the ECB’s latest announcement definitely qualifies. Last week, we highlighted a clear inverted Head-and-Shoulders pattern on Gold (see “Could This Bullish Technical Pattern Take Gold above  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold closes in on $1300 but is the rally running on empty?

Updated  Jan 20, 2015 12:45:00 PM


Gold has extended its gains today, once again ignoring the strength in US dollar and European equity markets. Increased safe haven demand has been the primary reason for the upsurge in gold prices, owing in part to the on-going troubles in eastern Ukraine, political uncertainty in Greece and heightened risks of terrorist attacks.  In addition, US equities have already fallen for three consecutive weeks and have started this one on a downbeat note. This has  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold surges on SNB news, technical buying

Updated  Jan 15, 2015 11:55:00 AM


Gold has soared above the technical resistance area of $1240/5 and for the first time since early September the shiny metal is holding its own above the 200-day moving average ($1253). There are a number of factors which have helped to drive the price of gold higher in recent days, not least the increased volatility in the stock markets. Today it has been lent additional buoyancy by news from the Swiss National Bank which shockingly  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold erodes long-term bearish trend, $1240 eyed

Updated  Jan 12, 2015 7:10:00 AM


Gold rallied sharply on Friday and was higher first thing this morning, before turning flat as investors rushed back into equities as speculation over the size of ECB’s QE stimulus programme continues. Nevertheless, gold has fared well of late despite the stronger dollar and the still-buoyant equity markets.  With yields universally so low, or come with high risk (in the case of Greece, for example), investors have been left with little choice but to pile  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold starts 2015 with a bang…but is the rally about to falter?

Updated  Jan 6, 2015 7:10:00 AM


Gold has started 2015 with a bang, now up for a third consecutive day. It is defying the dollar strength which has meanwhile risen to its highest level since 2006 against a basket of foreign currencies.  The yellow precious metal has clearly found support from increased risk aversion, owing in part to the political turmoil in Greece and growing concerns about the health of the European economy. There have also been suggestions of stronger demand  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold: Triangle Could Set the Tone for 2015

Updated  Dec 29, 2014 3:52:33 PM


Throughout 2014 Gold has been one of the worst performing investments you could hold.  After reaching a high near $1400 in the first quarter of the year, it has done nothing but fall lower and currently resides below $1200.  Many of the naysayers who consistently preached that the Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Easing program would trigger uncontrollable inflation that would then make the yellow metal the darling of the investment world were left licking their wounds  [...] Continue Reading ...


2014 has not been a gold-en year; outlook looks bleak for the yellow metal

Updated  Dec 22, 2014 11:30:00 AM


Gold has been oscillating around the $1200 handle for a number of days now, but with a slightly bearish bias. Generally neither the bulls, nor the bears have been in full control of things. In fact, this statement can be applied for the whole of 2014: although gold has fluctuated quite a bit over the past 12 months, it is down only 3.5 per cent year to date currently. Gold has been held back this  [...] Continue Reading ...


Fed Instant Reaction: “Considerable” Confusion

Updated  Dec 17, 2014 3:00:00 PM


In our Fed preview earlier this morning, we argued that the market’s reaction to today’s Federal Reserve statement could be a binary outcome dependent on just two words: considerable time (see “Fed Up with ‘Considerable Time’” for more). As it turned out, the Fed managed to avoid this binary outcome by moving (NOT removing) the “considerable time” pledge within the statement itself. Seemingly in attempt to satisfy both hawks and doves, the new statement  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold soars on safe haven demand amid Greek worries; all eyes on $1240

Updated  Dec 9, 2014 11:20:00 AM


Gold is absolutely roaring higher today. Evidently, it has found support from the deterioration in risk appetite and also a weaker US dollar. The global stock markets have plunged amid worries over Greece after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras called a snap election for this month.   This has raised fears that new parliamentary elections would be required within weeks and that the anti-bailout Syriza could become the largest party in the new government. As  [...] Continue Reading ...


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