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Article Archive For Keyword: Golds

  • Barrick Gold's 2B Top

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Look, Ma, no indicators! How resistance, new highs, and a failure to follow through helped traders trade the top in ABX.

  • DMI Says Lack of Power to Stall Golds

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...My favorite trend strength indicator, DMI (directional movement indicator), says gold price and the gold index do not have enough power in the short-term so expect a move down.

  • December Gold's Post-Breakout Blues

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...After breaking out from an ascending triangle in early September, December gold finds itself back where the breakout began.

  • Gold's 3-3-5 Flat

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...In Elliott wave analysis, a flat is a generally sideways moving price pattern--at least until the end.

  • Gold's 61.8% Limit

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The summer rally in gold fails at a Fibonacci retracement level. Will the June lows be tested next?

  • Gold's Bad Break

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...News that the greenback surged to new highs against the euro was not good news for gold bulls.

  • Gold's Bearish Rising Wedge and The London Gold Fix

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...This one-year gold chart shows the recent weakness in gold markets via a rising wedge failure.

  • Gold's Bullish Short-Term Flags Explain Gold Confusion

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Many gold traders are perplexed by the apparent sluggish action of gold lately relative to the diving main indices.

  • Gold's Channel

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Is gold ready to break out of its channel formation?

  • Gold's Diamond Bottom

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Nearly four years in the making, is the diamond bottom in gold a sign of higher prices to come?

  • Gold's End-of-Year Glitter

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As the head and shoulders top in $HUI disappears, higher prices for gold stocks emerge.

  • Gold's Fall From Grace

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Gold's speculative bubble has burst. Where are we headed from here?

  • Gold's Glitter Gone

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A head and shoulders top threatens to send gold toward a test of multi-year lows.

  • Gold's Last Gasp? Part I

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Could a massive, multiyear correction be just around the corner in gold?

  • Gold's Last Gasp? Part II

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...More odds on a breakdown in gold.

  • Gold's Monthly Chart Warns Of More Downside

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Gold ran up from $681 to more than $1,423 in a little more than two years; after hitting previously forecast resistance levels, the gold futures market is beginning to turn lower. Where are the critical long-term support areas that traders and investors

  • Gold's Super Bull Move

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...With the gold price at the doorstep of $1,000 per ounce, it makes me want to look back and see if that possibility was reflected on earlier charts.

  • Gold's Super Cycle

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Where is gold in relation to its historic highs and lows, and where is it headed in the years to come? Here is a look at the gold cycle with projected outlooks for gold based on Elliott wave and Fibonacci analysis

  • Gold's Three Trends

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bullish long-term, bearish intermediate term ... what does a near-term breakout mean for gold going forward?

  • Notes On Gold's 3-3-5 Flat

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Higher prices sooner, lower prices later ... if the Elliott wave flat proves an accurate description of the recent moves in gold.

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