under two weeks ago I updated my subscribers with a chart pattern on the GLD
ETF, and in that update we discussed what to look for to find clues in this
GOLD consolidation that has continued from last August-September highs. My
theory all along has been that we peaked in a “Wave Three” top at
1900-1920 last fall after a Fibonacci 34 month rally from $681 per ounce. The
ensuing corrective patterns are part of a normal “Wave 4”
consolidation that works off the sentiment and overbought nature of that wave
3 updraft. Following this consolidation, I fully
expect GOLD to continue past the $1900 per ounce area and run to $2300 per
ounce or higher in a Wave 5 rally into the summer of 2013.
can we continue to watch for clues though as to when this new uptrend begins?
Specifically a close over 158 on the GLD ETF (About $1630 on the GOLD Charts)
would confirm that the wave 4 lows are in at the $1520 area and the early
stages of Primary wave 5 to the upside have begun. The only downside risk I
have near term between now and October is if we drop below 153 on the GLD
ETF, it would likely point to GOLD dropping to the $1445-$1455 per ounce
area, the same low target I have had for 9 plus months now as the worst case
would be to start scaling into long positions on a break over 158 on the GLD
ETF and adding on pullbacks along the way up. If we can’t break 158
then the advice is to sit back and watch before acting.
is the chart I completed for my subscribers about fourteen or so days ago,
and we continue to use it as our short term indicator for the next leg up or
down. Eventually, GOLD will run to all-time highs, we simply would like to
time our entry and reduce our risk as much as possible.
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