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We had the great pleasure of interviewing John Butler of Amphora Capital yesterday and announced that John is now working as a consultant with GoldCore and helping us advise HNW clients and institutions on strategies with regard to allocating to gold.
There were some very interesting insights and we believe high net worth and institutional investors and indeed all listeners will get useful information with which to protect and grow their wealth.
We will be conducting a Webinar next Thursday, October 22nd at 1600 (BST/ London/ UK time) in which we will open up the floor to attendees in our ever popular Question and Answer session.
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John will be giving a keynote speech at the Precious Metals Symposium in Sydney, Australia on October 26th and 27th and we are scheduling meetings with HNW clients for him while he is in Sydney.
Contact us at email@example.com if you wish to meet John in Sydney to discuss optimal strategies to access and allocate funds to the gold market today.
Today’s Gold Prices: USD 1176.35, EUR 1035.34 and GBP 761.39 per ounce.
Yesterday’s Gold Prices: USD 1183.35, EUR 1034.08 and GBP 764.17 per ounce.
Gold in USD – 1 Month
Gold was marginally higher yesterday and finished $5.10 higher, closing at $1162.40. Silver closed at $15.85, up $0.1 for the day. Euro gold rose to €1023 per ounce, platinum gained $16 to $993 per ounce.
Gold is set for its second week of gains and is up 1.7%. If it close 2-percent higher for the week, it will be its best week in four.
Gold is down 0.4% at $1,178.20 after logging five consecutive days of gains and remaining near a 3-1/2-month high hit on yesterday. Gold remains above the key 200-day moving average of $1,177 and a weekly close above this level today will be bullish for gold.
Gold’s 14-day relative strength index (RSI) is quite high but remains a long way from overbought territory which is indicated by a reading above 70, suggesting further gains are possible.
Silver is headed for a third straight weekly gain, while platinum is heading for a second weekly jump. Palladium, however, is set to snap a five-week winning streak, with a 1-percent drop.
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