Gold and Silver Outlook 9-25-2014

Gold fell to an 8 month low today but rebounded mid-day. The scores for gold and silver stayed at -100.

Was this the Bottom for Gold?

Was this a turn up in gold from oversold conditions? Sure. One day does not a trend make, so we need to realize that upturns always come and we were due for a move higher. Unfortunately any upturn in precious metals will be followed by a test and break of the lows as I have been warning about.

From the Trading Desk

The USD has now extended a four year high with improving economic data fueling speculation that the Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates.

Gold traded down to $1,205 overnight before speculative traders and physical buyers in Asia came in to lift it off its lows.  Gold gained further legs in the NY session as equities sold off swiftly.  A report that Russian lawmakers, in response to sanctions, may draft legislation that would allow them to seize foreign assets weighed on US equities.  The Dow Jones is currently down 240 points (1.40%) and the inverse correlation it has had with gold of late allowed for the yellow metal to move up past $1,220.  Silver hasn’t been able to move into positive territory like gold has today and support remains at $17.

Mining Stocks Leading Gold Down

Mining stocks are breaking their lows and testing their 52 week lows depending on the indexes or ETFs. The following is the chart of the Canadian miners ($CDNX) followed by the HUI Gold Bugs Index and the ETF GDX. They aren’t pretty charts.


HUI Index 9-25-2014



9-25-2014 GLD




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