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February 15, 2013, 9:50 AM

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In 2010, central banks collectively bought 77.3 metric tons of gold. Then, 456.8 (!) tons in year 2011, and 534.6 tons in 2012. These aggressive purchases provided a floor to the price of gold on the long-term, and we believe, they will continue into the year of 2013...

On the short-term, however, gold price swings are prone to momentary emotions prevailing on the market.

Today, we reveal how you can profit on emotions associated with the following:

  • Verification of the reverse head-and-shoulders pattern in Euro
  • Head-and-shoulders pattern in Dollar and an upcoming cyclical turning point
  • Steady rally to higher levels in S&P 500
  • Odds for a breakout of crude oil prices
  • A long-term cycle in gold
  • Important breakdown in silver
  • Platinum’s price above last week’s high
  • Current situation in mining stocks vs. long-term situation in gold and silver

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We have not examined yet how the investors’ actions actually affect the gold market, so this time, we fill the gap and analyze how the changes in sentiments among gold investors drive the price of gold. We will focus on Comex, which is the largest and the most influential gold futures marketplace in the world. We will also address other issues our readers often ask about: the impact of ETFs’ flows on the price gold and the way the gold ETFs really work. How motivations of Comex participants affect the gold prices? How to interpret the COT reports and profit from them?

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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