Gold Eyeing $1.050

by Ashraf Laidi
Mar 6, 2009 11:48 | 5 Comments

Gold Eyeing $1.050 - Gold Mar 4 (Chart 1)

Golds recovers to $939 confirming my Monday call about the validity of the 4-month uptrend, especially that each of the last four declines was limited to 10% (Nov -10.3%, Nov-Dec -10.0%, Dec-Jan -10.6%, Feb-Mar -10.12%). None of the most 2 recent declines has breached below the 50-day moving average. Fundamentally, the currency implications of central banks quantitative easing and bank stocks accelerating damage. Last years 1,038 high is increasingly untenable and the $1,200 target by end of Q2 becomes more viable. Interim target stands at $1,050.


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Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
12 years ago
Mar 8, 2009 1:47

Thanks for getting the book. The limited declines in gold of no more than 10% reflects that it is only profit-taking (bull market declines). Investors are growing increasingly fearful about their gains slipping way so they close those profits more frequently.

As for books on Tech analysis, try some tips on Candlestick analysis, Murphy's book on Tech Analysis is a must read. Also try Person's book on Candlestick and Pivot Point Trading.

And please remember to write a review on my book on Amazon when you're done ! All the Best

Sydney, Australia
Posts: 1
12 years ago
Mar 7, 2009 11:22
hi Ashraf,

I have been reading your book and learning so much. Great work.

with regards to your comments above, what makes you conclude that the recent price decline was more profit taking?

can you recommend the best resource or way I can improve on technical knowledge so as to gleam info from charts like you.

Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
12 years ago
Mar 6, 2009 15:19
Kumar, no we annot assumemarket always follows previous trends, but thats why i mentioned the fundamental rationale.

Posts: 2
12 years ago
Mar 6, 2009 12:47
Sometimes the trends movements changes. Not reliable 100%
cochin, India
Posts: 1
12 years ago
Mar 6, 2009 12:30
Good to seen...

But we can't assume that market will follow the prevoius actions