Not For Sale
The gold picture: The other item I'm bullish on at this point, is gold -- but, of course, I've been bullish on gold for the last five years. The P&F chart below tells a fascinating story. Last month gold broke out of its long consolidation pattern -- with the aid of a powerful four-box reversal to the upside. Next, referring to the chart, gold rose to the 745 box. That represented a new 27-year high. The advance left gold overbought -- so gold corrected for three boxes down to the 730 box I believe this is another of those "continuation patterns."
Next, we see a further rally taking gold to a new recovery high at the 750 box. This latest rally to new highs gives us a P&F "count" of 930. Again, this does in no way guarantees that gold is going to advance to 930, it simply tells us that the technical foundation is strong enough to allow gold to rise to the 930 level.
Any time I make a definitive statement, I ask myself,
Personally, any gold I possess is a long-term hold -- it's not for sale. What, even if gold was to fall all the way back into its support below 690?
That's right, I consider gold a very long-term hold. Just, I might add, as I consider fiat money a long-term sale.
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