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Reading the Tea Leaves of Gold’s Upcoming Move

To be bullish or not to be – that is the question. Or it might have been the question, if someone named Shakespeare wrote a piece titled Investhamlet. The choice whether to be bullish or bearish or neutral on a given asset should be made each day, each time based on the...

Daily Gold News: Wednesday, June 17 – Gold Price Bouncing Back and Forth

The gold futures contract gained 0.54% on Tuesday, as it retraced most of its Monday’s decline of 0.58%. The price has been breaking above $1,750 mark recently. But it came back closer to $1,700 on Monday. Last Wednesday’s FOMC Statement cam...

Daily Gold News: Friday, June 19 – Mixed Economic Data, Gold Continues Sideways

The gold futures contract lost 0.26% on Thursday, as it further extended its short-term consolidation slightly below the price level of $1,750. Powell ’s testimonies on Wednesday and Thursday didn’t bring any new surprises for the financial m...

Concerned That Asia Could Blow A Hole In Future Economic Recovery

Thinking somewhat far off into the future, our researchers believe China/Asia could become the next Black Hole in the global economy. China recently released its March PMI number which came in at 52.0 – showing moderate expansion in Chinese manufacturing. The February Chines...

Delistings on ASX bringing new investment opportunities to North American exchanges

The clampdown on reverse listings and de-listings of long-suspended companies bites listed ASX shells for the year ended 30 June 2020 During the financial year 2020, the number of ASX listed companies declined from 2,269 to 2,188, with de-listings outstripping new IPOs a...

Gold Above $1,400 is Only the Tip of the Signal Iceberg

Gold broke above the $1,400 level last week and the volume that corresponded the move was exceptional. The story doesn’t end there. The volume for silver was big and the volume for silver stocks was truly epic. Something very, very, very important is happening ...

Australian Dollar At an Important Juncture

It can be certainly said that AUD/USD has surprised on the upside recently. Having reached several important resistances, and attempting breakout above them, what else can be said about the pair’s current and upcoming performance? Let’s...

Swiss Franc Is Going from Strength to Strength, Seemingly Unstoppable

The Swiss franc certainly appears to be in high demand lately but can it keep strengthening? With today’s candle being a bearish one, it seems one question too many. But let’s take a thorough look at the situation for what it is. USD/CH...

Unable to Keep Previous Day’s Gains, It’s a Groundhog Day for the Oil Bulls

Although crude oil futures again moved higher during yesterday’s session, rising above the upper border of the rising green trend channel and 78.6% Fibonacci retracement, the bulls didn’t manage to hold gained ground. This very same devel...

Oil Bulls Keep Trying But the Technical Headwinds Are Stiff

Crude oil futures moved higher once again during yesterday’s session, overcoming the upper border of the rising green trend channel for the third time in a row. While the futures finished the day above this resistance , the bulls didn’t ...
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