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Apart from geopolitical risk, US June private ADP numbers today will be the key. War is always positive for gold and other safe havens. The whole of Middle East, North Africa and eastern Ukraine is a war zone. US policies in these regions (if one looks behind the lines) are not towards restoring peace and that they have a different agenda. The USA may be successful in the next few years as long as Barack Obama is there. In the long term, I believe that Islamic fundamentalists will gain so much power and clout that it will be nearly impossible to eliminate them.
The Islamic fighters fighting in Iraq are not people from Iraq. They are Islamic youths brainwashed by Islamic religious fundamentals from every nook and corner of globe. They will keep on expanding. The number of people converting to Islam (from Christianity) in Europe, the USA and other white nations is growing at an unthinkable pace. The USA, Europe and other key Christian nations need curb their rise. In case they do not start imposing curbs on growth on the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in their nations, I believe that Christians will become a minority in Europe and the USA (in the next thirty years). As long as there is a rise in Islamic fundamentalism globally, gold and silver will continue to rise.
Technically speaking gold needs to break and trade over $1366 by next week for another wave of rise. In case gold does not break $1366 by next week (11th July), then it will fall to $1292 and $1262. I remain positive on gold. Silver needs to break $2174 by Monday for another wave of rise.
COMEX GOLD AUGUST 2014 – current price $1326.40
Bullish over $1316.00 with $1342.00 and $1366.00 price target
Bearish below $1305.00 with $1296.00 and $1287.00 as price target
Neutral Zone between $1305 and $1316
- A break of $1337 will result in $1362-$1392
- Initial support is at $1316.00
- Jobbers buy if and only if gold trades over $1337
MCX GOLD AUGUST – prices in Indian rupees
Gold needs to trade over 27600 today to target 28030-28300. There will be sellers if gold trades below 27600 either in UK session or US session
Gold view till Monday: Gold needs to fall below 27300 or break 28300 for direction. Bearish trend will be there if and only if gold does not break 28300 by Monday.
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NOTES TO THE ABOVE REPORT
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COMEX GOLD – $15-$17
COMEX SILVER: $25-$30
COMEX COPPER: $3
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SPOT GOLD: $15-$17
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