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Current thoughts 11/13/16

With my Subscribers for the ETF Trading Service,  I put out a report yesterday morning that the price of gold could fall when Asia opened up and it is down $6 at present. The dollar has shot to  a higher high at 99.50 which should be concerning for gold bugs, especially those like Peter Schiff who continually bash the dollar and push gold and gold miners on investors. In fact, those who were part of the ETF Trading Service made as much as 25% on the last 1/4 of shares we held on Friday and I put that article live out to Seeking Alpha on Sunday morning. The problem is, they haven’t posted it 9 hours later (so far as of 6:22pm PDT).

I don’t rely on anyone else to tell me what’s going on with gold and silver. I tell it like it is. But we are getting closer to a top on the dollar and I would be cautious with longs right now.

 

 

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