21 01, 2023

January 21st, 2023, Gold – 2,000 US-Dollar, only a matter of time

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Gold - 2,000 US-Dollar, only a matter of time Gold so far has seen a very good start into the new year. Driven by an extremely tense geopolitical situation (Cold War 2.0) as well as a weaker US-Dollar and the [...]

30 03, 2022

March 30th 2022, Gold Chartbook – The big boys are playing Yoyo

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The big boys are playing Yoyo In our last gold chartbook from March 19th, 2021, we assumed that gold had likely started its typical correction in spring. At the same time we figured, that the first leg down from US$2,070 [...]

19 03, 2022

March 19th 2022, Gold Chartbook – Potential recovery to approx. US$2,000

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Potential recovery to approx. US$2,000 Driven by the dramatic geopolitical escalation in Ukraine as well as the tough and unprecedented sanctions against Russia, which resulted in exploding oil and commodity prices, the gold market experienced a sharp spike followed by [...]

13 03, 2022

March 13th 2022, Gold Chartbook – Spring correction or further escalation?

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Spring correction or further escalation? When Gold started to break out of its multi-month triangle in early February, we figured that US$1,975 would be a realistic target. We also stated that a short-lived overshot towards US$2,000 would be a possibility. Little [...]

27 02, 2022

February 27th 2022, Gold Chartbook – Strong reversal should lead to another leg up

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Strong reversal should lead to another leg up We have been bullish on gold since mid of December. Back then it was primarily the oversold setup coupled with a beaten down sentiment and a positive seasonal pattern, which led us [...]

20 02, 2022

February 20th 2022, Gold Chartbook – Bullish momentum remains strong

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Bullish momentum remains strong Over the last seven months, gold has once again done everything to disguise its true intentions. In hindsight, the flash crash in August with a low at US$1,678 actually marked the start of a multi month uptrend. [...]

13 02, 2022

February 13th 2022, Gold Chartbook – Gold is breaking out!

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Gold is breaking out! As expected in our gold chart-book from February 3rd, 2022, gold prices have been climbing higher over the last week. Until Friday noon prices had been reaching a high of US$1,842 already, just shy below the [...]

3 02, 2022

February 3rd 2022, Gold Chartbook – Seasonality favors another wave up

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Seasonality favors another wave up In our gold chartbook from January 2oth, 2022, we assumed that gold should have some more upside potential given the favorable seasonality until the end of February. So far, gold indeed managed to climb higher [...]

20 01, 2022

January 20th 2022, Gold Chartbook – Rally still has room

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Rally still has room After a difficult and mostly corrective year, gold found an important low in mid-December 2021 at US$1,753. Since then, prices have been able to take advantage of the oversold setup and the beaten down sentiment. The current [...]

11 12, 2018

091/18 Midas Chartbook – Market Correlation, December 7th 2018

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Market Correlation To us the sum of looking at the market from various angles seems to be constructing a possible inflection point - a rather rare scenario that could be an early pointer for a possibly larger turning point in [...]

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