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Current Thoughts 2/7/2017

Gold is struggling with that $1,235/$1,236 level from yesterday as even the bad jobs data couldn’t boost it to a higher mark. This dip if it comes should be bought. Dollar is still over 100 and should be heading south soon with the overall stock market. We got short the market today and short oil too. Had some really good trades of late.

Your keys for knowing that gold will be taking off to $1,300 for the micro view is gold over $1,236 then over $1,250 another resistance area. For silver over $17.70.

Support is $1,220 for gold and $17.45 for silver and I would be a buyer under those amounts. Watch the dollar break 100 and confirm with a move below 99 if we are going to take off for gold.

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