Gold put in a double bottom at the key support level of $1,680, and is now experiencing some bullish action to the upside. Did gold finally turn around?
Gold bounced off a key support level last week, and continues to hold its gains after the Fed’s announcement to maintain easy money policies.
Gold is providing a key pocket of value in a market where everything else is getting more and more expensive.
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Gold looks to continue its downward momentum after a double bottom at its November 30th lows.
Gold is continuing its lackluster short-term performance, but the fundamentals are now shaping up to trigger the second phase of its massive bull market.
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Gold continues its contained volatility, likely heading for a pivotal breakout.
We have seen some exciting action in the metals prices the last couple days.
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The Dollar slowly decays against other currencies, as gold enjoys a bullish holiday season.
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Gold has hit a double bottom on a key support level and now looks to be climbing in response to the FOMC meeting minutes.
Gold broke through declining trendline in late November, came down to the 50% correction line, and bounced back up.