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Christopher Lewis

Gold markets have broken down just a little bit during the trading session on Wednesday, reaching towards the 50 day EMA before recovering again. Now that we are above the $1900 level, it looks like we are ready to continue to go higher. Ultimately, this is a market that I think will go looking towards the highs again, but we needed to scare off the “weak hands” in the marketplace. Furthermore, a lot of this may have been due to the US dollar surging higher during the trading session on Tuesday. We have seen that move pull back just a bit, and that has been reflected here as well.

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Having said all of this, it will take several days for the market to regain the confidence to take the highs out, and of course the $2000 level will be slightly psychologically important. However, if we were to break down below the 50 day EMA it is likely that we would drop to the $1800 level next. I do like the idea of buying gold and I think that we are in a longer term cyclical bull market, so I will not be a seller.

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I even noted this a few days ago that we could see some type of major sell off, but I was not going to be part of it. Simply collecting profits and then buying when gold is “on sale” makes the most sense. This looks like a very vibrant candlestick that suggests that we are ready to continue going higher if you have the wherewithal to hang on to what will more than likely be a choppy move.

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