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The Pause in Gold’s Rally is Refreshing

Bob Hoye
Institutional Advisors
Posted Apr 19, 2010

Gold has now consolidated between $1170 and $1145 for the last four days. It is also fifteen trading days since the March 24th interim low. March lows and April breakouts typically see mild corrective lows after 13-18 days from the late March low and then around 19-21 days. Look for strength now with a possible re-test of support next week or a small undercut as seen at March 24th vs March 9th.

A subsequent breakout point would launch the price to a likely range of $1236 to $1290 by late May - early June. A violation of $1120 would be outside the parameters of a normal correction and warrant a reduction in trading positions.

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Arrows identify a 15-day period from the mid-late March low


Apr 15, 2010
Institutional Advisors

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