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 -- Published: Friday, 30 January 2015 | Print  | Disqus 

GOLD MARKET FLASH NOTE

 

Going into the Fed statement released as at 2 pm on Wednesday the 27th of January, it seems many gold investors were expecting the Fed to change its language on the imminence of raising short term interest rates, which the markets expect around the middle of this year. The economic news had been turning sour and markets were looking shaky. The bet was that a signal indicating a weakening of Fed resolve to raise rates would push gold higher, which it would have.

 

Except it did not happen. Instead, the Fed expressed stronger confidence in the economic recovery they see underway and left the rest of their language pretty much the same. Gold has since been dumped and the gold stocks too. In my view, this is a short term correction of a mildly overbought and over bullish situation and on yesterday I began buying gold stocks. This may not be the low but I see a turn higher within a week or two. Why? Because there is now much more interest in gold and gold stocks as a result of heightened market awareness of financial system risks. More on that in a later note.

 

I bet against the Fed changing its tune because I think they will be the last to figure out that the US economy is in trouble. For confirmation, see the minutes of their 2008 meetings. As their world was sliding into crisis, they were blindly confident that all was well. Why? Because they look at their models instead of listening to markets. It won’t be any different this time.

 

 

Jim Anthony is a private investor who trades for his own accounts.  He co-founded Seabridge Gold and has helped to finance and advise a number of junior gold producers and exploration companies over the past 30 years.  His gold market commentaries have been published by Seabridge since 2000. Originally a student of economics, Mr. Anthony has become a disciple of markets: "The tape can tell you much more than any economic model." He is not a registered investment advisor and his opinions expressed above are not intended as investment advice.


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