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The Gold Newsletter Week in Review

Gold Choppy and Lower – Dollar Strengthens  

Gold Choppy and Lower – Dollar Strengthens   Commentary for Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017 – Gold closed down $5.70 at $1285.10. The dollar pushed gold around today – the Dollar Index opened around 93.1 and moved into the 93.5 range – some are claiming the result of Trump’s stepped up strategy in Afghanistan but I don’t […]


Gold Hovers Higher

Gold Hovers Higher Commentary for Monday, Aug 21, 2017 – Gold closed up $5.10 at $1290.80. The Dollar Index was weaker this morning moving from 93.50 to 93.00 which supported the price of gold but I would have thought we would get more of a push to the upside today considering all that is going on. […]


Gold Tests $1300.00 – Again

Gold Tests $1300.00 – Again Commentary for Friday, Aug 18, 2017 – Gold closed down $0.70 at $1285.70 – the good news is that gold pushed through overhead resistance at $1300.00 in early trading – the bad news is that traders took immediate profits and the market settled lower. This is the first time in nine […]


Gold Settles Higher

Gold Settles Higher Commentary for Thursday, Aug 17, 2017 – Gold closed up $9.50 at $1286.40. Gold is reacting in part to yesterday’s FOMC minutes – the split between governors as to the upcoming rate hike did encourage traders – but look at the pricing pattern – choppy – at first unchanged – then higher ($1290.00) […]


Gold Worries over Rate Hikes – Or Not

Gold Worries over Rate Hikes – Or Not Commentary for Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017 – Gold closed up $3.20 at $1276.90 – before the FOMC minutes were released.  It dipped in early morning trading three days in a row and managed a recovery of sorts – yes gold closed lower but not much considering the dollar […]


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