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The massive build up in net short positions in gold and silver is an indication of a trend reversal. The FOMC meet has to be very clear on the interest rate cycle. A hawkish tone can result in a quick rise. Traders and investors are still not yet convinced over the ability of gold and silver to make a sustained rise. Unless gold and silver are able to break and trade over key short term resistances of $1219 (gold) and $1787 (silver), they just might find sellers and/or trade in the current range bound trade.
As a gold and silver bull, I will be very happy if Greece defaults and there are increased chances of Greece exiting the Eurozone.
COMEX TECHNICAL VIEW
COMEX GOLD AUGUST 2015 – current price $1180.30
Bullish over $1174.30 with $1191.70 and $1199.90 as price target
Bearish below $1166.20 with $1157.20-$1145.00 as price target
Neutral Zone between $1166.20-1174.360
Jobbers aggressive buy over: No call
Jobbers aggressive sell below: We are against selling unless (at lower prices) unless gold falls below $1166.
- Failure to break $1203 by tomorrow will result in a fall to $1157 and $1129.
- Jobbers watch $1174/$1185.10 all the time.
COMEX SILVER JULY 2015 – current price $1596.00
Bullish over $1607 with $1626-$1647 and $1665 as price target
Bearish below $1570 with $1547 and $1527 as price target
Neutral Zone between: $1570 and $1607
Jobbers aggressive buy over: Buy at $1535 stop loss $1487 for $1710.
Jobbers aggressive sell below: There will be another wave of selling only if silver trades below $1570.
- Silver will see another wave of selling only if it trades below $1535 after the FOMC meet.
- Day traders and jobbers need to trade very carefully.
- Jobbers watch $1580 and $1600.
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