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COT Gold, Silver and US Dollar Index Report - October 4, 2019.

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By: Deepcaster - 4 October, 2019

An essential first step in Profiting and Protecting is obtaining Accurate information about the Economy, Markets, Interventions, Macro forecasts and indeed News in general.

We summarize here, but encourage investors and traders to further study the following

Gold & Silver—Interventionals All citizens should be or become aware of what educated Investors and Traders have long known: the Fed-led Cartel (see Note 1) of Mega-Banks has, for years, been suppressing the prices of these Precious Metals to keep investors in their Fiat Currencies & Treasury Securities (See for the overwhelming evidence). And for long periods (e.g., 2011-2018) these suppressions have been successful. Full Story

By: Richard (Rick) Mills, Ahead of the herd - 4 October, 2019

This year at AOTH we have tackled a number of reasons for gold and silver’s rise, aiming to explain “in layman’s terms” what is behind the seemingly relentless move upward - despite the trend-busting reality of a high US dollar. We’ll get to that further down this article, but for now, we are summarizing all that we know about why now might be, in our opinion, an excellent time to be beefing up our gold/ silver bullion hoard, and doubling down on promising juniors exploring for precious metals.
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By: Ira Epstein - 4 October, 2019

Gold only $19 away from the highest close, impressive. But the daily chart is not so impressive short-term. Gold will see resistance around $1,537 and support around $1,480 (dec contract).

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By: Gary Savage - 3 October, 2019

Lots of erratic whipsawing of traders..

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By: Avi Gilburt, Elliott Wave Trader - 3 October, 2019

And, if I am correct, then the next break out in the complex should be a breathtakingly strong move to the upside, and should begin over the next few months. However, please maintain some patience, as I am still uncertain if we see more of a direct drop to complete the current pullback we are tracking, or if another rally will provide us with a more expanses b-wave within this a-b-c pullback structure.

But, once the market completes this pullback structure, and then provides us our next 1-2 structure to the upside, I will be alerting all our members to prepare for what can be a very strong rally, which will likely be more akin to what was seen in 2016. Stay tuned. Full Story

By: Ira Epstein - 3 October, 2019

Gold back to the 18-day moving average, the line in the sand..

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By: Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks - 3 October, 2019

Sellers turned gutless Wednesday night after swinging a wrecking ball for most of the day. Shortly before midnight, index futures were trading moderately higher. Usually, prices move at night only when impelled by news that makes buying or selling over short stretches nearly riskless. It wasn’t news that sent the Dow Industrials plummeting nearly a thousand points over the last two days, however; rather, it was a negative drumbeat over the last several weeks that persisted for long enough to feed into a presumably minor bear cycle.
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By: David H. Smith - 2 October, 2019

The Gold story, while showing more of the same, is also shifting emphasis. It is making all-time highs in most of the world's major currencies. Central banks bought a record 651 tonnes in 2018 – a 75% increase from the previous year, and the highest level of net purchases since 1971 when President Nixon closed the gold window.

Additions by China, Russia, India and Turkey remain robust. But in recent months, a larger percentage of the world's gold refining, which routes through Switzerland on its way to Asia, is being siphoned off to the U.K. Germany, and France.

This shift is a strong indicator that the crucial "missing link" – a metaphorical spark which can ignite the supply-demand powder keg, destroying the market's delicate balance – may soon be lit. Full Story

By: Stewart Thomson, Graceland Updates - 2 October, 2019

China’s “Golden Week” holiday is underway and gold markets there are closed for the week. The demand vacuum created by this holiday often contributes to a gold price swoon, and that’s happening now.

8. “An environment of negative and lower-for-longer real rates, slowing growth with downside risks, and elevated uncertainty strengthens the case for holding strategic gold allocations.” – UBS bank analysts, Sep 30, 2019.

The UBS team also notes that the current steady action in gold on rallies and declines is typical in a trending market. They just raised their 2020 target price to above $1700! Full Story

By: Ira Epstein - 2 October, 2019

Gold remains over the 18-week moving average. Market holds an upside bias long-term. Daily chart shows head-shoulder TA formation..

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By: Clive Maund - 1 October, 2019

Whilst we are in complete agreement with Egon Von Greyerz of GoldSwitzerland, about the exceptionally positive mid and long-term outlook for gold and silver which will soar as the monstrous global debt bubble implodes, there is the small matter of what will happen to them when the debt junkies go “cold turkey” if there is a sudden liquidity lockup, such as we have seen start to happen in the repo market in recent weeks, requiring emergency intervention by the Fed. If this happens and the Fed doesn’t immediately roll out QE4, or if it does and the sticking plaster doesn’t hold, then markets could crash very fast, on account of the huge margin leverage which will trigger wave after wave of margin calls, and in this situation investors and speculators will be dumping everything over the side indiscriminately, as in 2008 only this time much worse, and just as gold and silver weren’t spared back then, they probably won’t be this time either.
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By: Gary Savage - 1 October, 2019

Gold is still very early into its daily cycle lower:

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By: Ira Epstein - 1 October, 2019

September was a crazy month. Gold heading back to $1,450? Under the $1,511 18-day moving average. Gold is oversold.

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By: Ira Epstein - 30 September, 2019

Gold not reacting the way it should to the news last week, 18-week moving average now $1,442.8+

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