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If you're interested in gold trading or silver trading and would like to learn how to trade gold and how we apply our gold trading tips, you've come to the right place. The Gold & Silver Trading Alerts are the daily alert service provided by Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA that deals directly with the latest developments on the precious metals market. The situation is analyzed from long-, medium-, and short-term perspectives and topics covered go well beyond the world of precious metals themselves, ranging from the analysis of currencies, stocks, ratios, as well as using proprietary trading tools. Subscribers also receive intra-day follow-ups in case the market situation requires it. 1-2 alerts per week are posted also in our Articles section, so you can review these real-time samples before you subscribe.

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Is Gold’s Rally Already Over?

    July 28, 2015, 7:24 AM

    We saw a strong rebound in gold’s, silver’s an especially miners’ prices on Friday, but the rally didn’t continue on Monday. Instead, we saw more declines – is the corrective rally already over?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Key Reversal?

    July 27, 2015, 8:05 AM

    It might seem odd after so many days of weakness, but we finally saw a strong rebound in the precious metals market. Gold, silver and – especially – mining stocks moved substantially higher (on strong volume!) after the initial decline, thus forming a strong reversal. The question to be asked today might not be how much lower can the PMs decline, but how high they can rally.

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: How Low Can Gold Go?

    July 24, 2015, 8:03 AM

    The decline in the precious metals sector continues as expected. The last few days seem to have been just a pause, not a major bottom as gold and silver are moving lower once again and the USD Index seems to have formed a local bottom. How low can the precious metals sector slide before the final bottom is indeed formed, or at least a major corrective upswing?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Miners Refuse to Break Lower – Is the Worst Over?

    July 23, 2015, 6:38 AM

    Yesterday’s session was first in many days when miners showed strength. They didn’t rally (at least not yet), but they managed not to slide even further, whereas gold did. GDX closed 0.28% lower while GLD declined by 0.54%, which might not seem like a big deal, but since it was miners’ underperformance that heralded sharply declining prices, it’s no wonder that investors and traders are looking for miners to lead the way also during the reversal. Have we just seen a sign of the bottom?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: 2013 All Over Again? #2

    July 22, 2015, 6:28 AM

    Gold plunged below the previous lows this week and the breakdown was clear and big. The extreme decline in mining stocks was even bigger. Miners continued to underperform and – despite Tuesday’s move higher - the XAU Index is relatively close to its… 2000 low. 2 weeks ago we wrote that the situation was exactly what we [had seen] in April 2013 right before the major breakdown in gold and silver and the subsequent plunge in the entire precious metals sector. Is the plunge really just starting and will our profits from shorting move from huge to enormous?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: 2013 All Over Again?

    July 21, 2015, 8:58 AM

    Gold plunged below the previous lows yesterday and the breakdown was clear and big. The extreme decline in mining stocks was even bigger. Miners continued to underperform and the XAU Index is relatively close to its… 2000 low. 2 weeks ago we wrote that the situation was exactly what we [had seen] in April 2013 right before the major breakdown in gold and silver and the subsequent plunge in the entire precious metals sector. Is the plunge really just starting and will our profits from shorting move from huge to enormous?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Gold’s Major Daily and Weekly Breakdown and Plunge’s Continuation

    July 20, 2015, 9:33 AM

    The key part of the precious metals market – gold – has just closed below its 2014 low (in terms of daily and weekly closing prices), and we didn’t have to wait for long for gold to plunge right after the breakdown. Gold declined to about $1,080 in overnight trading but moved back above $1,100 in a few hours. Was that THE bottom or is the decline likely to accelerate shortly?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: The Final Bottom?

    July 17, 2015, 8:08 AM

    Gold is very close to reaching its previous major bottom close to $1,135 and many investors (and analysts) are expecting that this level will hold and that reaching it will trigger a substantial rally. Will the final bottom be really formed shortly?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Rally? What Rally?

    July 16, 2015, 8:50 AM

    The recent move higher on the precious metals market took silver visibly higher, which got many investors excited. We were not among them, as we know that silver’s breakouts are quite often turning into fakeouts. This time was no different – silver declined once again and it took gold and mining stocks with it. In fact, miners declined below the previous lows and HUI closed below 140. Is the continuation of the decline imminent?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Silver’s Physical Premium Soars

    July 15, 2015, 6:26 AM

    The recent sharp decline was accompanied by a significant increase in the premium that one has to pay while buying physical silver. If the physical market is getting very tight and dealers are really running out of silver, then this might be the final chance to buy the white metal before it really takes off.

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Miners’ Reversal

    July 14, 2015, 7:56 AM

    Miners started the week by moving lower but managed to close the session above Friday’s close – thus forming a visible reversal pattern. Since miners were the weakest part of the precious metals sector, does the above indicate a major turning point also for gold and silver?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Silver Invalidates the Breakdown and Rallies

    July 13, 2015, 8:45 AM

    On Friday, we saw a continuation of the patterns we had seen on Thursday. Silver continued to rally, gold moved higher as well, but miners declined and closed the week at a level that had not been seen in more than a decade. Which part of the market, silver or miners, is leading the way for the rest of the sector? The answer is extremely important, as we are likely on the brink of a major move in the entire precious metals market.

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Silver Invalidates the Breakdown

    July 10, 2015, 7:03 AM

    Just when we had multiple bearish signs in place and silver closed below its lowest close of 2014 for 2 consecutive trading days (almost confirming the breakdown), the latter seems to have been invalidated. Silver just closed above its 2014 low once again. What are the implications?

  • Gold & Silver Trading Alert: The Red Alert #2

    July 9, 2015, 8:50 AM

    Gold and silver moved higher yesterday while miners moved a bit lower. At the first sight it seems that nothing changed and that yesterday’s dilemma remains in place:

    “Since there was no breakdown in gold and silver reversed before the end of the session – is yesterday’s rally a major opportunity to close any remaining short positions and get back in the precious metals market, or is it the final chance to get out of the precious metals market and increase the size of the short positions?”

    However, knowing the analogy to the previous similar situation makes the situation much clearer. In fact, even though it seems that not much happened yesterday, we actually saw a confirmation of what we wrote in the previous alert. This is the red-alert situation and we are very likely right before a major move - don’t miss it.

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