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It's A Bull Market For Gold
Article By: Tim Ord
Thursday, June 10, 2021 4:30 AM EDT
Gold stocks are stronger than Gold which shows this market is in a bull market. This relationship can be seen in the weekly XAU/Gold ratio which has been steadily rising since December 2020 and has hit new 3 year high, a bullish longer term sign. 
In this article: GOLD, GLD, SPY, TLT, SPX, XAU
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Gold Technical Analysis - Monday, May 24
Video By: Peter Mathers
Monday, May 24, 2021 3:52 AM EDT
Expect a classic trading level pattern across 1900. Silver has completed its Wave (iv) and is ready to move higher, so we can scale into Gold and Silver.
In this video: XAU Also: GLD, SLV, USD
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Gold XAU Technical Analysis - Monday, May 3
Video By: Peter Mathers
Monday, May 3, 2021 6:46 AM EDT
Gold XAU/USD & Silver XAG/USD Technical Analysis Elliott Wave Forecast. Long above 1800 and on the downside 1750. Much remains for gold to remain bullish.
In this video: USD, XAU
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Gold Weekly Price Forecast: XAU Caught Between Treasury Yields And USD
Article By: DailyFX
Sunday, March 28, 2021 10:58 AM EDT
With gold seemingly at the mercy of other markets, gold traders can look to US Dollar analysis for further insight. As it stands, the Greenback is on the verge of, or has already endeavored on, a number of bullish breakouts.
In this article: GLD, UUP, XAU
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Gold Demand Upticks In Asia & Inflation Concerns Continue
Article By: Bullion Exchanges
Friday, March 26, 2021 10:14 AM EDT
Most of the gold demand in Asia is for jewelry, and buyers were disillusioned from high prices. Now that the gold price is decreasing, it appears that the retail market is starting to recover, but inflation fears are rising based on bond yields.
In this article: XAU, GLD, SLV
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Chart Of The Day – Golden Cross
Jim Mckee 1/7/2017 11:06:07 PM

It's all about time frames, of course. So if you check the monthly chart with the same moving averages, the 50 has passed down thru the 100 for the 1ST time in at least 14yrs (as far back as TOS goes on the /GC)

Check $XAU, the 50 break down is more pronounced and price has just lost the 50 after breaking up thru it.

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