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DAILY FORECASTING :COMMODITY : TECHNICAL; ANALYSIS:30/05/2012


ALL COMMODITIES:STRONG SELL

Symbol

BEAR RALLY

DOWN BREAKOUT

BUY

PIVOT

SELL

UP BREAKOUT

BULL RALLY

CHART INDICATES

Gold

1553.21

1554.18

1554.71

1555.68

1556.21

1557.18

1557.71

STRONG SELL

Silver

27.67

27.72

27.75

27.80

27.84

27.88

27.92

STRONG SELL

Copper

3.45

3.46

3.46

3.47

3.47

3.48

3.48

STRONG SELL

Crude Oil

90.54

90.64

90.71

90.81

90.88

90.98

91.05

STRONG SELL

Natural Gas

2.47

2.48

2.48

2.49

2.50

2.50

2.51

STRONG SELL

US Wheat

650.14

653.13

654.89

657.88

659.64

662.63

664.39

STRONG SELL

Source: Share Tips Gold

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If you've been following what I've been saying..

2007-03-05 10:19:26 by grativo

I like silver a lot more than gold, and that usually you shouldn't have more than 20% of your money in any one thing.
The dollar breaking down doesn't automatically mean that people should go out and buy gold. In fact, if you wanted to make a pure anti-dollar play, there are better commodities than gold to buy. Each commodity is different. Since most physical gold isn't used and much of that is used is recycled, gold is driven by emotion and hype, both on the upside and downside.
I use some technical analysis, and in the intermediate term I don't like how the chart looks if gold breaks down below $640. Temporary reversals in a bull market can be pretty vicious. I've locked in a pretty good gain and I now have pretty much a free ride rest of the way.
I still have no...

I've been a metal bull since the day I showed up

2010-10-25 14:12:22 by grativo

This was when gold was less than 1/2 the price it's at now...
If you've been following what I've been saying.. < grativo > 03/05/07 10:19:26
I like silver a lot more than gold, and that usually you shouldn't have more than 20% of your money in any one thing.
The dollar breaking down doesn't automatically mean that people should go out and buy gold. In fact, if you wanted to make a pure anti-dollar play, there are better commodities than gold to buy. Each commodity is different. Since most physical gold isn't used and much of that is used is recycled, gold is driven by emotion and hype, both on the upside and downside.
I use some technical analysis, and in the intermediate term I don't like how the chart looks if gold breaks down below $640. Temporary...

I invest

2004-01-31 08:29:37 by fulomschf

For a living. I also manage a private investment fund. I teach people how to trade for free using technical analysis. Of course, my hope is that they get tired of investing their money themselves and come into the fund. It is a good way for the lazy man to make money in the markets and the book keeping for the investor is easier too! Copying a number from a completed K1 form onto your return is lot easier than tracking all the trades you made for the year.
The problem (I call it oportunity) in investing is that you have to keep up with the markets and know what is going on. There is an advantage to having your head in the market every day. I was banging the bull drum...

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