Market Timing Brief for the Gold ETF (GLD) Close On 1-10-2014: The Rally Continues

A Market Timing Report based on the 1-10-2014 Close published Sunday January 12th, 2014

Gold responded well to the fall in the 10 Year Treasury yield as employment disappointed this past Friday.  Note though that it has merely risen to the 50 day moving average which acted as resistance.  The progress is good and verifies our trading buy last week, although the momentum needs to continue into the coming week.  Remember this is only a trade and it requires a reasonable nearby stop to protect capital. 

When any asset is in a Bear market, I trade it, I don’t invest unless I think the asset is cheap after selling off.  Is gold truly cheap?  No one can really tell you other than the fact that the prevailing belief is that mines will shut down on gold under 1200 or so.  That is what this floor is about they say.  We’ll believe what they say if the chart respects what they say and sell when it doesn’t.  That’s my plan.  Have a plan that suits you.  If you merely hold gold as insurance against fiat currencies, fine; keep buying it no matter what the price is.

Here’s the chart:

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Gold rising from critical support.

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