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April 27, 2010, 12:00 PM
In our previous essay we've discussed i.a. the changes in the strenght of influence that the U.S. Dollar has on the price of gold and what it means to gold Investors / Traders. In this essay, we will provide you with a follow-up on the analysis regarding U.S. Dollar, and then we will move to the gold market itself.
April 23, 2010, 12:00 PM
In this essay we comment on the recent "infamous deal" between Goldman Sachs and Paulson & Co.
April 20, 2010, 12:00 PM
In this essay we focus on the situation in the mining stocks, as it seems that there are several voices saying that the rally in gold stocks is over and they are likely to decline from here - we respectfully disagree. Additionally, we comment on the likelihood that governments are going to sell their gold at the top thus pushing the price significantly lower.
April 16, 2010, 12:00 PM
The current situation on the USD Index and gold appears to be in tune with each other even though the statistical numbers don't confirm it, which is a particularly interesting state. Therefore, we decided to provide you with a follow-up regarding our recent gold / usd analysis and let you know what we believe is going to take place in the gold market soon.
April 14, 2010, 12:00 PM
In our previous essay, we've stated that a small correction [in gold] may be likely very soon, and since that is what we've seen very recently, you might be wondering if this means that gold/gold stocks are likely to move much lower from here. Although gold didn't move in the opposite direction to the U.S. Dollar during the last several days, the negative correlation between these two markets has been visible during the whole bull market, which means that it may be worthwhile to analyze the USD index even if one is interested only in gold. This is one of the things that we cover in the following free commentary.
April 9, 2010, 12:00 PM
In the March 31st 2010 commentary, we've analyzed the general stock market along with the price of gold, and one of the things that we wrote was that a significant decline is not very likely at this point and the general market could rally further.
April 7, 2010, 12:00 PM
In the previous essay, we've emphasized that gold is to move higher, and since it has just moved significantly higher, it seems that you may wonder what we think about the situation in its sister-metal - silver. However, before providing you with technical details, we would like to provide you with not-so-bullish views on China, and briefly comment on how it might affect the precious metals market.
April 3, 2010, 12:00 PM
In the March 26th commentary we wrote that the USD Index rally is to stall out and retrace. In addition, a rally for PMs and PM stocks was looking more and more probable. Since this is exactly what happened, we believe you might want to read our thoughts regarding U.S. Dollar's and gold's next move and this is what we provide you this week.
March 31, 2010, 12:00 PM
Much has been written lately on how overvalued are the main stock indices at the moment, and how bad it is for the PM sector. Naturally, everyone has the right to believe that market is going to go in any direction, but based on how we read the charts, it seems that the main stock indices may not top very soon, and even if that is to take place, precious metals may still be able to rise. In this free commentary we explain the logic behind abovementioned points.
March 26, 2010, 12:00 PM
In our previous commentary we analyzed the situation on the USD Index and since we have just seen it moving sharply higher, we believe you would appreciate an update. In this weeks free essay, in addition to covering the situation on the U.S. Dollar market, we focus on implications it may have on the precious metals sector. Additionally, we feature the up-to-date version of our correlation matrix.
March 24, 2010, 12:00 PM
Although the U.S. Dollar has not been recently highly correlated with the precious metals, it is still likely to influence PM prices in the future. Therefore, this week's free commentary is dedicated to the situation in the USD Index. Additionally, we provide a follow-up of the March 12th commentary on China.
March 19, 2010, 12:00 PM
In the March 5th commentary, we've summarized that signals coming from the analysis of the PM stocks' charts currently don't give us very precise signals, which may mean that they are to trade sideways for some time instead of making a sharp move in any direction, but there are other signals (...) that we may be near a local top.
March 17, 2010, 12:00 PM
The main stock indices have recently moved above their January 2010 high. Please note that the breakout has not been confirmed by all indices, so the risk of a downturn is still not low at this point. This is generally a bullish factor, but caution is necessary in the short run - especially given the high level of similarity between the situation in the gold market in August 2009 and the one that we have today.
March 12, 2010, 12:00 PM
When politicians talk it is always a good idea to try and read between the lines. Therefore, in the first part of this week's Premium Update we comment on the recent gold-related statement made by China's chief foreign exchange regulator, Yi Gang.
March 10, 2010, 12:00 PM
In one of our previous essays we mentioned that the situation in the USD Index appears bearish, but it has not been the main driver of the PM prices lately. It's been the general stock market that used to drive gold and silver prices lately, which means that the situation is now less than perfectly bullish, especially in the short term.
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