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Gold Daily Review September 30, 2019

Gold Daily Review for September 30, 2019

Gold slides to over 1-week lows, farther below $1500 mark

Gold edged lower on the last trading day of the week and dropped to over one-week lows, below the key $1500 psychological mark during the early Europe

 

EURUSD, Gold, Nasdaq 100, Charts for Next Week

Euro is probing fresh multi-year lows, may have its eye on French election gap; gold is working on completing a topping pattern, Nasdaq 100 holding big trend…

 

Buffett’s Deception On Gold

Warren Buffett is not a fan of gold. But since 2001 gold has outperformed the stock market by more than 360%. More recently, gold has been on a great run while gold stocks have performed even better. However, is there more room to the upside immediately ahead? Or is it now time to take profits?

 

Gold Prices May Oscillate Between Trade Wars, US Economic Data

Gold prices may be torn between the downward pressure of positive US economic data and the upward force of trade war uncertainty and its impact on Fed rate cut bets.

 

Gold futures settle lower for the session and the week

Gold futures settled lower on Friday, pressured as overall strength in the U.S. dollar helped push prices down about 0.6% for the week. Still, prices for the…

 

Gold Forecast September 30, 2019

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A Gold Pullback Is Nearing Completion

The gold correction likely has about two more weeks to run.

 

Gold technical analysis: Eyes biggest monthly loss since August 2018

Gold is currently trading at $1,493 per Oz, representing a 1.8% drop from Sept. 1’s opening price of $1,523. That is the biggest monthly loss since Au

 

Gold Price Forecast: Head-and-Shoulders Formation Takes Shape

The price of gold appears to be on track to test the monthly-low ($1483) as a head-and-shoulders formation takes shape.

 

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