Mark Mead Baillie

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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).
For Gold and its BEGOS Markets brethren, save for a day, we're now three-quarters of the way through 2019's trading mêlée. And in the midst of it all the precious metals have worked so as to themselves display above the much of fray such...
"FLASH! Durham, NC: According to the Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook, 67% of the nation's chief financial officers see the U.S. being in a recession by the end of next year."
We've reminded our readers time-and-again per the above Gold Scoreboard that 1526 is our "aggressive" high forecast Gold price for this year. To be sure, following Gold reaching that 1526 target on 12 August (at 18:00 Pacific Time), price...
In starting with the above Gold Scoreboard, price settling out the week yesterday (Friday) at 1515 finds it back below our achieved "aggressive" forecast high of 1526 for this year. Still, with nearly four months and Federal Reserve Open...
Now just stay calm out there despite our starting with the following table which is internally-generated at the close of each trading day:
There's something about Tuesdays. Twelve Tuesdays ago, Gold was trading in the 1200s: 'twas late May. Eight Tuesdays ago whilst quietly ensconced pre-dawn inside L'Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur's Terminal II, we penned on the website's daily...
Just 10 weeks ago Gold was trading in the 1200s. Now 'tis trading in the 1500s. It can go quickly, (as you've so herein read these many years).
If as a trader you found this past week to be boring, then 'tis time to hang it up there, Bunky. Or if on the other hand you suffered from an overdose of analysis paralysis, then hey, we just entered the Dog Days of August: nuthin's gonna...
Per last week's missive, "Silver, Baby!" clearly has been the precious metals story since mid-month. But with the white metal having slowed her week's acceleration to just a +1.1% gain versus that of +6.5% the week prior, we skew our...
The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”

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