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The Gold Newsletter Week in Review

Gold Loses Momentum      

Gold Loses Momentum         Commentary for Monday, April 23, 2018 (www.golddealer.com) – Gold closed down $14.20 today at $1322.50 reacting to a stronger dollar. Since last Tuesday the Dollar Index has moved from 89.25 through 90.86 the great majority of that move seen today. And as the next FOMC meeting draws nearer traders anticipate that next […]

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Gold Settles in Need of Fresh News

Gold Settles in Need of Fresh News          Commentary for Thursday, April 19, 2018 – Gold closed down $4.40 at $1346.80 trading somewhat weaker today as the dollar pushed higher. I guess you could make the case that the Dollar Index has had a small but positive bias since Tuesday pushing the index from 89.25 through […]

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Gold Surprisingly Stable

Gold Surprisingly Stable        Commentary for Wednesday, April 18, 2018 – Gold closed up $4.00 today at $1251.20 so we are close to revisiting the 2018 high of $1362.00. It was firm overnight in Hong Kong and London with the tight ranges. There has also been a small upward bias in the domestic market since Monday. […]

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Gold – Treading Water 

Gold – Treading Water       Commentary for Monday, April 16, 2018 – Gold closed up $2.70 at $1347.50. There is plenty going on around the world but the price of gold seems uninterested. A somewhat weaker Dollar Index helped support gold prices today – the index moving from 89.80 through 89.4 but the longer term 5 day […]

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Gold – Range Bound and Interesting

Gold – Range Bound and Interesting        Commentary for Friday, April 13, 2018 – Gold closed up $6.40 at $1344.80 so we reclaimed some of Thursday’s big loss as this market continues to oscillate at the higher end of its current range. What a week and what will it take for gold to break either higher […]

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