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Category: Gold

Gold Highlights from the World Gold Council

Total fourth quarter (Q4) demand fell 19% y-o-y to 1,045.2 tons. Two main contributors to the drop were jewelry and physical bar demand, both of which reacted to the elevated gold price. In US dollar value terms, the decline in Q4 demand was much shallower – down just 3% to US $49.7 billion. Inflows into

Gold breaks out of bullish flag pattern

On October 24, 2019, I posted a bullish flag pattern, wherein gold appeared ready to break out to new highs, above the $1500 level.  It did not. Prices fell from there.  However, as prices fell, they did not violate the flag pattern.  They merely extended the pattern.

An interesting parallel 

Although the Fed denies that it has begun QE4, it continues to inject freshly printed money into the markets, supposedly to keep the fed funds rate in the FOMC desired range of 1.5% to 1.75%.  The Fed used three QE programs to avoid an economic crash in 2008.  Still, the 2008 crisis is commonly referred

Bullish flag formation for price of gold

The below graph is a downward sloping bullish graph for the price of gold.  Often times, such formations break out to the upside.  Gold is now making its fourth attempt at bettering the top downtrend line, which is where breakouts often occur.

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