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

By |2022-03-20T08:05:26+01:00March 19th, 2022|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

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 [...]

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