Christian DeHaemer has the following to say about gold:
Gold has been putting in a basing formation on lower volume for about a year now. The long-term trend is up. It has held above the $1,500-per-ounce mark all year and is now at $1,664 – putting in higher lows as it moves up.
The top, shorter-term downtrend line is about a month or two from hitting the uptrend line. This is called a pennant formation.
And when this happens the price breaks out one way or another. Like a coiled spring it launches as far as the trend went sideways. This is generally how gold moves – long consolidation patterns coupled with explosive short-term gains.
Given the amount of money printing and the accumulation of debt in the world, I would bet that the direction will be up.
Earlier this week Greg McCoach wrote a brilliant editorial projecting that gold will hit $19,525 an ounce before it is all over. You can find it below in The Cost of Debt: Debts DO Matter.
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