This of course is not going to be accurate but more of a general idea of where Gold will be going. I expect a run up into the elections and then the BIG spike afterwards as all hell breaks loose. Of course this will come to an end at some point and I suspect Gold will return to its nominal trend line sometime in the spring.
The COMEX is officially going to go out of business. What does that mean for gold? I think it means it's going to realize gains never seen before.
- COMEX failure.
- LBMA blatant lies.
- Fed Never-ending Stimulus
- US riots nationwide
The environment is RIPE for Gold.
The only way Gold is not going to break out of this pennant is because of a concerted central bank effort to smash it. (which could happen)
Otherwise all signs are pointing to a big rally into the end of May, a pullback and another rally into summer.
IMO the C wave is just about to begin and it will take SPX down waaaay below 2000 over the next few months.
Nothing can stop this. The gears have been turned on and what has begun must finish until it is complete.
Inverse head and shoulders and MACD looks like a continuation. The weak hands are out of gold so now it is beginning to behave like a safe haven, and just the right time as markets are about to tumble again.
AND don't forget COMEX and LBMA loss of confidence!
Where's all the physical gold???
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I didn't realize I could only edit ideas for 15 minutes after publishing. Still learning my way around here. This is the revised chart/notes.
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