Mark Mead Baillie

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Following Gold's fall from the 1500s back on 05 November, our missives these past several weeks have found us fairly bulled-up throughout. Trusting the 1454-1434 "support shelf" as a pricing base has thus far been Gold's saving grace.
Gold settled out the week yesterday (Friday) at 1470 en route to its best up year -- at present +14.5% -- since 2010. 
In looking from here into year's end, our best judgmental read is for higher Gold ahead. With Gold having settled out the week yesterday (Friday) at 1462, you may recall from a few missives back our having been asked at a Sunday Investors...
We've herein gone on now for nine weeks nearly ad nausea about the Gold pricing zone of 1454-1434 being an anticipated "support shelf". And indeed, now with nine weeks notched of parabolic Short trend, Gold's price finally has truly tested...
"Where do you see Gold finishing the year?" Directed at yours truly came that question from across the square table at last Sunday's Investors Roundtable, the price of Gold then at 1517. The instinctive response with nary a thought (which...
There've been quite the array of excitable headlines running across the spectrum by our great and good Gold writing colleagues these many weeks -- and rightly so -- the yellow metal (were we are year's-end today) having put in its best...
Of the 43 trading weeks thus far in 2019, there've been but 19 (44% of 'em) for which Gold and Silver have both recorded net gains. For the other 24 weeks, Gold and Silver either have both recorded net losses (14 weeks) or have wandered...
A week ago at this time, Gold's "expected daily trading range" (which for you WestPalmBeachers down there is how many estimated points we 'spect there'll be between Gold's high and low for the next trading day) was 24 points, the "expected...
High-country greetings once again from beautiful Squaw Valley. This week's missive is brief and -- given Gold is still slanted toward the Shorts -- not necessarily sweet. Our brevity is due to: a) an urgency to travel back across a still...
Yes, 'tis a double-entendre there, this missive's title: Gold's correction seeming "short" as brief and driven in part by those "short", (perhaps secretly trading in their briefs from undisclosed parental basements).
The purity of gold is measured in carat weight.

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