Florian Grummes

Florian Grummes (born 1975 in Munich) has been  studying and trading the Gold market since 2003. In 2008 he started publishing a bi-weekly extensive gold analysis containing technical chartanalysis as well as fundamental and sentiment analysis. Parallel to his trading business he is also a very creative & successful composer, songwriter and music producer. You can reach Florian at: info@goldnewsletter.de.

Articles by Florian Grummes

We finally got the first dip in gold. Last week was an excellent chance to buy according to my mantra "buy the dip between $1,215 and $1,180". Unfortunately, our limit for silver was missed by just $0.02. As well our limit for UGLD was not...
Given all the potential risks in the markets, you need to own gold and other alternativ investments. The extreme and worldwide experiments by central bankers are a huge threat to our society although they claim to save us with their...
During the last three weeks gold broke out to the upside and posted a sharp rally until $1,303 missing the January 2015 high only marginally. Since then prices have come back down to $1,257 retracing all of the previous gains. Overall the...
Gold still moves within its sideways channel between $1,225 and $1,262. Since mid of February this sideways consolidation has been doing anything but to confuse market participants. I am not sure how much longer this will continue but...
As expected gold has been moving sideways in a confusing and volatile fashion. Staying at the sidelines was the only right thing to do. Neither bulls nor bears had an easy time. Now that we are already in spring I think gold is finally...
Since my last report, Gold has continued its volatile range trading between $1,225 and $1,280. Although the bulls are still somehow in control, there is no clear trend -- and you might do yourself a big favor if you just stay at the...
During the last two weeks gold has been quite volatile moving between $1,191 and $1,252 without being able to establish a clear trend. So far the consolidation below the recent top at $1,263 has a bullish taste but gold needs to break out...
Gold has clearly broken out of its falling wedge - earlier than anticipated. The stellar performance during the last two weeks has likely changed the big picture and probably marks the starting point of a new multi-year bull market. But...
It´s been a nasty start into the new year. Deflation (driven by a weak China) keeps on eating into the system and now is visible for everybody. I have been writing about this many times during the last couple of years. Yet the global...
During the last two weeks Gold first continued to slide down towards the big psychological number of $1,000. It seemed to be just a question of a couple more down days before Gold finally would reach this longterm target.
Yet on December...

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