Gold is positioned favorably for a breakout by late April, early May. But what if it doesn’t. Here’s what to look for either way.
Another attack on the top of the gold’s trading range looks likely, resulting in a number of similar setups in mining stocks.
Gold found support at the critical 1308 level and is now racing across its trading range. Here’s what to look for.
Gold hasn’t bounced from a critical support level and long term indicators continue to weaken. These are not good signs.
Gold is stuck in a tiny trading range that holds the key to its next big move. Here’s what to look for.
The latest cycle projections say that gold’s longer term outlook could be darkening. All longs in the mining stocks were stopped out last week. Now it all depends on how gold behaves around certain benchmark levels.
Breaking one of two critical levels on the chart will signal the direction of gold’s next big move. This report gives those levels and the likely targets if one or the other is broken.
Short term cycles have turned up, but a rally through a trading range is meaningless unless it does certain things. Here’s what to look for.
The selloff in gold didn’t break anything technically, but the cycle lineup is ominous. Here’s what to watch out for that could turn the longer term outlook bearish, or keep it bullish.
Some cycles are topping out for gold and precious metals stocks. That’s not necessarily bad news. Here’s why.