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Gold off lows as key support holds – for now

Updated  Apr 15, 2014 11:00:00 AM


It is difficult to pinpoint what exactly caused today’s sharp sell-off in gold prices but it has been partly due to the earlier rally in equity markets. On top of this, the dollar extended its gains after yesterday’s publication of the US retail sales number which showed a healthy increase of 1.1% in March. The sell-off has been exacerbated by the fact the metal was unable to hold its own above key $1315 support level  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold shines, but rally may be short-lived

Updated  Apr 10, 2014 11:45:00 AM


The FOMC’s last meeting minutes has made it clear that the Federal Reserve is much less hawkish than was suggested by Janet Yellen at her inaugural press conference as the Fed chair last month. As there was no mention of the “six months” time frame between the end of QE and start of rate hikes, the markets have taken this as a sign that rates will stay at record low levels for longer than expected.  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold’s rally halts as stocks stabilise

Updated  Apr 9, 2014 11:25:00 AM


Gold has fallen back today, relinquishing some of its gains from yesterday. Demand for the safe haven asset has fallen as a result of a more stable equity market which had dropped sharply in the aftermath of the nonfarm payrolls data on Friday. If stocks go on to stage another sharp rally from here then gold is likely to give back more of its recent gains. What’s more, the recent bounce in gold prices saw  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold holds above 200-day average for third day

Updated  Apr 8, 2014 12:13:00 PM


Risk aversion continued for a third day this morning as stocks sold off and the appetite for some safe haven assets, such as gold, increased. The yellow metal was also boosted by a weaker US dollar in response to Friday’s somewhat disappointing jobs report. In the afternoon however the metal came off its best levels while US stocks pared their losses ahead of the unofficial start of the first quarter earnings seasons: Alcoa’s results after  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold rallies sharply post NFP, currently testing a key resistance level

Updated  Apr 4, 2014 1:00:00 PM


The price of gold has risen sharply in the aftermath of the latest US jobs report: nonfarm payrolls increased by 192,000 in March while the unemployment rate remained steady at 6.7%. Both of these measure missed expectations, causing the dollar to fall slightly. Gold’s rebound is therefore partially driven by expectations that US interest rates may remain at these record low levels longer than anticipated as a result of continued soft patch in data. The  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold: has the bearish trend ended for the yellow metal?

Updated  Apr 2, 2014 11:00:00 AM


About half an hour before the ADP released its payrolls data for the month of March gold prices staged a mini rally – jumping nearly $10 in a matter of minutes. However I don’t think it had anything to do with the jobs data. After all, this was bang in line with the forecasts, as it turned out, showing a 191 thousand increase in the number of private sector jobs last month. And rather unsurprisingly,  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold consolidates below 200-day moving average

Updated  Mar 31, 2014 12:10:00 PM


While the price of gold has fallen by almost $88 – or 6.3% – over last two weeks, we haven’t seen any significant outflows from gold Exchange Traded Funds. In fact, the world’s largest gold-backed ETF, the SPDR Gold Trust, has recorded slight inflows (of 4.2 tons) over this period. The selling has therefore been almost entirely driven by financial speculators. Indeed, the CFTC’s latest data shows speculators trimmed their net long positions in gold  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold closed the week below 200-day sma…Keeping an eye on $1288 support

Updated  Mar 28, 2014 4:05:00 PM


A week ago on Twitter we highlighted how Gold formed a Negative Reversal pattern, whereby weekly RSI made a higher high,  but price failed to confirm this by making a lower high. The thought process behind a negative reversal is that it shows price is underperforming the underlying indicator – Thus, a bearish indication. Furthermore, this was coincided the 13-week sma trading well below the weekly 144 & 169-ema’s (bearish), a weekly bearish engulfing candlestick  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold falls below 200-day moving average

Updated  Mar 27, 2014 8:20:00 AM


Gold has extended its losses today. Over the past nine sessions, the yellow metal has only managed to rise on two occasions. The sharp sell-off has partly been due to the unwinding of some “safe haven” bets that were placed in the run up to and during the height of the crises in Ukraine. Although this remains a concern for oil speculators – with the West threating to reduce their energy reliance on Russia –  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold: technicals looking shaky for the yellow metal despite strong speculative interest

Updated  Mar 24, 2014 8:25:00 AM


Towards the end of last week, gold managed to bounce back a little as investors prepared for the possibility of the situation in Ukraine deteriorating over the weekend. But the gains were only mild compared to the losses suffered earlier in the week—especially on Wednesday when gold prices plunged as the new Fed Chair Janet Yellen sounded a lot less dovish than many had expected when she delivered her first FOMC press conference. As expectations  [...] Continue Reading ...


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