Gold's Bucking Backtest

If we take a look at the history of gold             movements during its two generational bull markets ,we can easily see that gold             tends to make a major retracement in price before continuing upward and establishing new secular highs. In the mid-1970's, just before gold             when onto breakout over $200/oz., gold             corrected roughly 46% from its previous highs and in the process, completely backtested its previous breakout point.

What we can see now in the current gold             bull market are its retracements with the latest being the most important as gold             has not only retraced almost the exact same amount as the 1974-1976 correction, but it has also backtested from its most recent breakout point just as in the 1970's gold             bull. Coincidence? I think not.. This is Major Wave 2 corrective bull market behavior and we could very well be on the cusp of starting Major Wave 3 higher soon.

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