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Bitcoin and #GOLD will outperform commodities over the next decade. The Federal Reserve increased interest rates by 75 basis points for the third consecutive time. The modified announcement revealed that the federal funds rate might increase to 4.4% by the end of this year and to 4.4% in 2023. It has been a terrible decade for commodities and an outstanding one for #bitcoin , and 2022 may prove the higher-price remedy to be more potent than ever, so benefiting the cryptocurrency. With the Federal Reserve's monetary tightening nearing its conclusion, Bitcoin's risk-to-reward ratio may be shifting toward resuming its persistent upward trajectory. Commodities and cryptocurrencies started the year in different directions. As the majority of commodities reached fresh record highs, the cryptocurrency market experienced huge losses. Bitcoin, for instance, plummeted more than 70% from its record high of $69,000 last year. The lowest-ever crypto volatility relative to the Bloomberg Commodity Index (BCOM) could presage a return of Bitcoin's tendency to outperform. When looking at Bitcoin versus gold, Bloomberg Intelligence sees the former likely outperforming the latter in the long-term as it could be transitioning to become a "high-beta version of gold and U.S. Treasury bonds #MacroEconomy

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Which is the best way to invest in GOLD and Why? A. Sovereign gold bond B. Digital Gold C. Physical bond Comment your opinion... I'll share my opinion tomorrow in comment section. #GOLD #InvestingUniversity #InvestmentIdeas @stocksangreh

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#GOLD Prices at two years low why? In the international markets, #GOLD prices plunged to two-year lows, falling by roughly 1.93 percent for the week, while in local markets, prices nearly flattened out as the Indian rupee fell to historic lows of around the 81.25 mark. The mighty dollar was the star of the week as it soared to new two-decade highs, surpassing even the 113 level and undermining the value of dollar-denominated gold. The US Fed hiked interest rates by 0.75 percentage points for the third straight month while sending a very hawkish signal, sending the greenback up by more than 3%. In accordance with forecasts, the Bank of England hiked interest rates by 50 basis points. The primary central banks' aggressive monetary tightening policy is thus perceived as lowering the precious metal. Furthermore, the strong performance of the US #DOLLAR is a significant headwind for gold prices, as the two have an inverse relationship.

Pranjal Singh

Intraday Trade Levels 22/09/22 MCX Gold Oct: Day Trend Bullish. Possible target 49620/49700.Buying zone 49400-49340.Weak below 49210. #GOLD

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Post our analysis on monthly job Market both #GOLD and #SILVER on fire. More upside next week expected.

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Post #Job data Dow positive Dollar index falling, both #GOLD d & #SILVER moving higher as per expectation. Nasdaq day high. #Forex

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Gold mega sellers can sell gold mega at 50046 for the target 49950 with stoploss above 50141 #GOLD

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#GOLD Gold gonna shine soon! looking good 50500 to 50,000 Level SL 49700 on CLSB

Money Maatu With Vinay

I assume you all know that Equity Market is closed today. Commodity Market will open after 5 PM. #NIFTYBANK #NIFTY50 #CRUDEOIL #NATURALGAS #GOLD

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#GOLD XAUUSD Oprator apne chart dekh ke to move nai kar rahe isko 😜😜😜

Elliott Wave

@unlockmarketsecrets OVERALL MARKET VIEW Good Morning ! Sharing my views as per Technicals ( Price Action Behavior ) 1) Dollar Index will Top out within a week and start it's downward movement. 2) USD INR will fall in line and Rs 80.50 seems Highest point and will eventually move towards Rs 78 and below 3) Natural Gas ready for a Big Fall 4) Copper ready for a Big upside move 5) Crude ... if unable to cross $106, then it is expected to break $85 and even $66 in 2-3 months time 6) Base Metals --- Very Bullish 7) Silver -- ready for upside move soon 8) Gold -- same as Silver but may be slow in upside move 9) Equity markets expected to continue to outperform after a dip of 3-4% from 18000 levels.( Approx 17200 latest by coming Tuesday) World market expected to follow suit Planning your trades with above view expected to give good results Happy Trading ! #NIFTY50 #CRUDEOIL #GOLD #Forex

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Elliott Wave

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Today intraday keep your hands off from bullions as it’s on consolidation zone , strictly avoid buying positions in bullions market will turn bearish after 7.30 pm and on turning bearish trend wait for gold mega to reach 50860 and sell gold at 56860 for the target 50765 with stoploss above 51000 and silver mega sellers wait for the market to fall till 54080 and sell silver mega at 54080 for the target 53850 with stoploss above 54362 , if the above levels are not achieved in bullions strictly be off hands from bullion trading for capital safety 💯💯💯 #GOLD #SILVER

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Gold mega sellers can sell gold mega at 51489 for the target 51432 with stoploss above 51584 #GOLD

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#TradingUniversity #CRUDEOIL #GOLD #SILVER #NATURALGAS #COPPER #ZINC #NICKEL #LEAD #ALUMINIUM #COTTON Concept: Commodity Futures Trading SPARE LITTLE TIME TO READ THIS, LENGTHY BUT REALLY USEFUL! Commodity futures trading is an often-overlooked investment arena. There are a number of reasons for this. First of all, it’s simply not an investment that’s publicly touted as widely as stock trading and other more common investments. Commodity futures trading is different from stock trading, so it does require traders to learn how to handle investments in a different type of market. Also, many investors have been scared away from commodity trading by horror stories from investors who lost huge sums in the commodity markets. The truth is that while commodity trading is a higher risk venture than conservative fixed-income investments or traditional stock trading, it is nonetheless a market in which it is possible to generate high returns that more than justify the additional risk. Understanding Futures Contracts Commodity futures are traded in the form of contracts of a standardized size (for example, 5,000 bushels of wheat) that expire in different months. This is obviously different from stock shares that have no expiration date and can be held indefinitely. Futures for a given commodity can usually be traded as far ahead in time as two to three years, however, the vast majority of trading nearly always occurs in the contract with the closest expiration date, known as the “front month”. Futures prices are more subject to sudden, volatile price changes than stocks typically are. A stock that has a long history of steady price appreciation or dividend payouts is likely to continue that trend. But with commodity futures, a downtrend in price can change to an uptrend literally overnight due to factors such as an unexpected freeze or drought during growing season. Futures contracts are divided into five main categories: Agricultural futures, such as corn, wheat, orange juice, and cocoa Livestock futures, such as lean hogs and live cattle Energy futures, such as oil, heating oil, and natural gas Metals futures, such as gold, silver, and copper Financial futures, such as Treasury bonds, stock indexes, and currencies Fundamental and Technical Analysis in Commodity Trading Fundamental forces of supply and demand are what ultimately move commodity prices. Therefore, there is a high percentage of commodity traders who use fundamental analysis to attempt to predict futures prices. Commodity traders glean information on the commodity markets from sources such as financial newspapers, research information from brokers, and government reports. Advisory services that traders can subscribe to are an important source of information. Some advisory services feature their own expert meteorologists offering weather forecasts for important crop-growing regions, and send their own investigators out to make personal estimates of eventual expected crop sizes. Despite the fact that genuine supply and demand factors are what drive commodity prices, technical trading is still enormously popular among commodity traders. In fact, many of the most wellknown technical indicators that are applied across many other investing markets, such as stocks and forex, were first developed by commodity traders. Advantages of Commodity Trading Unlike stock trading or investing in mutual funds or ETFs, commodity trading offers tremendous leverage. In trading commodity futures, you typically only have to put up about 10% of the total futures contract value. This enables you to make much higher percentage gains with your trading capital. For example, you could hold one S&P 500 Index futures contract with a margin deposit of just over $20,000, while it would take several hundred thousand dollars to buy each of the actual stocks contained in the index. A 20% rise in the Index would return you a more than 100% profit from buying a futures contract – you’d realize approximately the same absolute dollar amount in profit as from buying the stocks in the index, but you would have made that profit with a much smaller investment. Commodity futures trading may also offer lower commissions and trading costs, although, with all the discount stock brokerages that exist now, that’s not as much an issue as it was 20 years ago. Commodity trading holds an advantage over illiquid investments such as real estate since any money in your account that is not being used to margin market positions that you’re holding is readily available to you at any time. One really key advantage – a double advantage, actually – that commodity trading offers is diversification within simplicity. There are commodity futures available to trade that cover virtually every sector of the economy – agriculture, energy, precious metals, foreign exchange, and stock indexes. However, unlike the stock market where there are thousands of stocks to choose from – often hundreds within any given industry – there are only a few dozen commodity futures contracts to choose from. So, for example, if cotton prices rise, then you can profit handsomely by being invested in cotton futures contracts, whereas if you were trading stocks, there are hundreds of companies to choose from whose fortunes might be affected by the price of cotton but that would also be affected by other market factors. You might end up buying stock in a company whose share price falls due to other market factors, despite a favorable change for the company in terms of cotton prices. Finally, in commodity trading, it is just as easy to profit selling short as buying long. There are no restrictions on short selling as there are in the stock markets. Having the potential to profit just as easily from falling prices as from rising prices is a major advantage for traders. Commodity Trading Secrets – Find Your Market Here is a little-known secret about consistently successful commodity traders: They almost always specialise in trading either a single market, such as cotton, or a small market segment, such as precious metals or grain futures. No one has yet offered a completely satisfactory reason for this fact, but it remains a fact that very few traders seem capable of trading all commodity markets equally well. There was a fairly wellknown trader back in the 1980s who had a nearly flawless trading record in the cotton market. Copying his cotton trades back then would have been about the closest thing to just printing piles of money for yourself. Year in and year out, he called market highs and lows and trend changes almost as if he’d traveled into the future and already seen them all unfold. However, this uncannily brilliant cotton trader had one fatal flaw: He also loved trading the silver market. Unfortunately for him, he was just as outrageously bad at trading silver as he was outrageously good at trading cotton. His weakness was compounded by the fact that while he typically traded long-term trends in the cotton market, he day traded the silver market, which provided him with fresh opportunities to lose money every trading day of the week. How did this all play out for him? Well, in one year when he made over a million dollars trading cotton futures, he ended up filing a net loss in trading for the year. That’s right – his horrifically bad silver trading had more than wiped out every bit of his huge profits from trading cotton. (Fortunately, this story does have a happy ending. After two or three years of stubbornly losing money trading the silver market, the gentleman did finally accept the fact that, “I just can’t trade silver,” and very wisely stopped doing so. He continued piling up a fortune trading cotton over the next several years, and finally retired from trading with the very concise proclamation that, “I’ve made enough money and I’ve had enough fun.”) And so we say: Find your market. It may take some time – and some losing trades – to do this, but it isn’t really all that difficult to determine, over a reasonable period of time, what you seem to have a knack for trading – and what you don’t have a knack for trading. A simple review of your trades over, say, a six-month period should pretty clearly show you what markets you’re frequently doing well in and what markets you aren’t having success with. As you trade, you’ll probably also develop a feel for which markets you feel most confident in trading. Trust your instincts on that score. If profitably trading oil futures comes easily to you, then just stick with that and don’t go trying to complicate your life by trying to master trading some market that’s obviously more difficult for you. Why make your trading life more difficult than it need be? You’ll likely fare much better by gradually adding trades in related markets such as natural gas or heating oil. Large institutional traders such as banks have learned this basic truth about trading well. At the trading desks in a bank, you’ll rarely, if ever, find the same person assigned to trading both the gold market and the soybean market. The common arrangement is to have commodity trading very specialized, usually with one trader or one team of traders and analysts assigned to trading just one segment of the futures markets, such as energy futures or precious metals futures. Commodity Trading Secrets – Prices Tend to Trend The supply and demand quotient for basic raw materials is usually much less subject to ongoing volatility than is the case with stocks. Certainly, there are some very volatile trading days, such as those that occur at the end of major bull or bear trends when there are long-term market reversals or following a crop report that comes out unexpectedly good or bad. But generally speaking, there tend to be sustained periods of time when high demand or short supply controls a market, driving prices higher, or when oversupply or lack of demand drives prices lower. To confirm this, one need look no further than the past several years in oil prices. After experiencing a multi-year bull market that drove oil prices over $100 a barrel, from 2014 onward, oil prices entered a sustained downtrend, eventually carrying the price back below $40 a barrel. Similar action occurred in a protracted bull market that drove grain prices to record highs in the first decade of this century, followed by a general decline in prices that has generally been sustained since 2009. Again, while there are occasional sharp and volatile movements in commodity prices, commodities typically experience overall bull or bear trends that last several years. Therefore, trend-following trading strategies – especially as applied to long-term time frames such as daily, weekly, or monthly charts – tend to work well in commodity trading. To demonstrate the wisdom of trading with the trend, one noted technical analyst devised a very simple trading strategy and then fine-tuned it by matching it to the long-term trend according to the daily chart. His basic trading strategy he devised was as follows: Buy a new 10-day high and sell short a new 10-day low. It doesn't get much simpler than that. That basic strategy worked well enough. It wasn’t a huge moneymaker, but it was at least profitable overall. However, when adjusted according to the overall trend as indicated by the daily chart, the strategy performed markedly better. The adjustment he made was to only take trading signals that were in the same direction as the overall long-term trend. In other words, if the daily chart showed an overall bullish trend, then he would only follow the trading signals to “buy a new 10-day high,” while ignoring the trading signals to “sell a new 10-day low”. Conversely, in an overall bear market, he would only take the sell signals, while ignoring buy signals. He tested his strategy refinement by trading both strategies – the basic strategy and the version adjusted to only take trades in the same direction as the existing trend – using separate trading accounts, over the same one-year period of time. The fine-tuning of the trading strategy yielded an impressive improvement in profitability. The fine-tuned version of the strategy, the one which only traded with the existing trend, generated approximately 180% more in profits than did the basic strategy that took both buy and sell signals regardless of the existing long-term trend. There’s another good reason to employ a solid, long-term, trend trading strategy when investing in commodities. While commodities do tend to enjoy long-term trends, on a daily trading basis they tend to be just the opposite – excessively volatile. Day trading commodity futures – because of the leverage available which makes even small price fluctuations significant as far as potential profits or losses on any given day – does indeed offer tremendous opportunities for profits. However, it’s extremely risky. Any commodity trader who’s been at the game for a while can tell you stories of days when the price of a given commodity has gone from limit up (the maximum daily price advance allowed by the exchange) to limit down (the maximum daily price decline allowed), and then back to limit up again, sometimes within just a three or four hour period. The odds of being able to successfully navigate your way through price runs like that are slim and none. Commodity Trading Secrets – Take Advantage of the Nature of the Market Wise commodity traders know to pay attention to a factor that is almost unique to commodities as opposed to other investment vehicles and which tends to significantly drive prices – seasonality. Nearly all major commodity markets usually tend to follow established seasonal price patterns. A simple example is heating oil and natural gas futures. Both of these commodities tend to, year in and year out, rise into the winter months when demand is highest and decline into summer as demand falls off. Certainly, there may be specific economic conditions that disrupt this general pattern from time to time, but over any 10-year period, one can reasonably expect such general season price trends to run true at least seven or eight years out of 10. There are specific seasonal patterns that traders can watch for, and take advantage of, in commodity trading. Years ago, famed futures trader, Jake Bernstein, put together a book on seasonal trends detailing dozens of seasonal patterns that occur throughout the year in the various commodity markets, along with the historical record of what percentage of the time the markets stayed true to each seasonal pattern. More recently, seasonal trading software that basically incorporates such data has been created and is available for traders to use. Trading seasonal patterns is not a guaranteed win – nothing in trading ever is – but it definitely offers traders an extra edge. Seasonal patterns can be used as confirming indicators of an existing trend, or as cautionary contrary indicators that may make a trader wisely watchful for an upcoming trend change. If nothing else, proper awareness of seasonal tendencies in various commodity markets can at least help you avoid suffering huge losses. For example, only the bravest of traders ever holds a large short sell position in orange juice futures heading into winter, when just one overnight freeze can send the price of orange juice futures prices suddenly soaring. Recent Developments in Commodity Futures Trading The commodity futures markets have been hurt in recent years by both regulation and failures of regulation. Government attempts to regulate commodity trading have, unfortunately, resulted in misguided legislation that has negatively impacted the markets while failing to provide much in the way of real protection for independent traders. For example, the infamous Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S., enacted in 2014, effectively prohibited banks from conducting short-term trading of their own accounts in the futures markets, leading to a huge decline in liquidity in some markets as many banks exited the commodity trading business. Not only has legislation resulted in direct negative impacts on the commodity trading markets, it has failed to effectively address real issues such as price manipulation. There have been several cases in recent years of large-scale traders manipulating commodity prices, but government regulators have either failed to respond, or in some cases even completely ignored this problem. Commodity trading has also suffered from the loss of several major brokerage firms and commodity trading companies. Ironically, many of these companies went out of business as a result of losing millions trading their own accounts. Accusations of accounting fraud have led to the demise of once well-known commodity brokerage firms such as Refco. Takeaway: Learning about commodity trading offers traders significant advantages, such as high amounts of leverage and the opportunity to ride sustained bull or bear trends.However, commodity trading is not a charitable organization that hands out suitcases full of money to anyone who wants some. Just as is the case with any other investing arena, it takes discipline and practice to become a highly-skilled and successful commodity trader. One of the major challenges is learning how to take advantage of the leverage offered without exposing yourself to excessively high risks and potentially disastrous losses. If you enter the business of commodity trading with proper caution – realising that you need to learn how to successfully navigate a completely different trading arena than that of stocks, forex, or other investments – then there’s no reason that you can’t reap the rewards of highly profitable investments, all earned with the use of a minimum amount of trading capital.

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Gold mega done HNI target 🎯 at 51641 #GOLD

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gold mega buyers can buy at 51560 for the target 51641 with stoploss below 51480 #GOLD

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Gold done HNI target 🎯 at 51616 #GOLD

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FOMC raises rates by 75 basis points to 2.50%. The #Dollar lower after the decision while #Gold and indices are up. #Gold + $6.3 +0.37% #Nasdaq +65 pts +0.53% #DowJones +118 pts +0.36%. All eyes now on FOMC Conference. #NIFTYBANK #NIFTY50

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#GOLD Buy Gold @50570 Target-50800-51000 SL-50400
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Bitcoin and #GOLD will outperform commodities over the next decade.
The Federal Reserve increased interest rates by 75 basis points for the third consecutive time. The modified announcement revealed that the federal funds rate might increase to 4.4% by the end of this year and t......read more
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Currency market changes over the last few months

1) Russia is back to the gold standard it has pegged 5000 Russian Rubel to 1 gm of Gold.
2) Japanese Yen has weakened from 100 to 140 in the last year. Ja......read more
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#GOLD Buy gold 49290-49200 s.l 49100 target 49490-49600-49690
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#GOLD Prices at two years low why?
In the international markets, #GOLD prices plunged to two-year lows, falling by roughly 1.93 percent for the week, while in local markets, prices nearly flattened out as the Indian rupee fell to historic lows of around the 81.25 mark. The might......read more
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Gold, silver fall over 1% as US Treasury yields, dollar strengthen
The price of spot gold and silver declined on Friday as United States Treasury yields, alongside the dollar, continued the upward trend following the Federal Reserve's latest decision to increase its interest rate......read more
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#GOLD buy gold 49580-49500 s l 49400 target 49880-50000-50180
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* COMEX gold trades marginally lower near $1678/oz as higher bond yields counter choppiness in US dollar
* Industrial metals trade largely lower amid monetary tightening and concerns about Chinese economy
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Buy Gold 50021 sl 49954 target 50140
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Intraday Trade Levels 22/09/22
MCX Gold Oct: Day Trend Bullish. Possible target 49620/49700.Buying zone 49400-49340.Weak below 49210.
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#GOLD Sell CMP.49500 - 49520 SL. 49640
Target. 49000 - 48900
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#GOLD Buy Gold 49410 s.l 49210 target 50210 holding
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Target-49750/49850/50000
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#Gold mini Sell 49150 SL 49250
Target 49000#
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Buy Gold cmp 49048 sl 48899 target 49375
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Intraday Trade Levels 19/09/2022
MCX Gold Oct: Day Trend Sideways to weak. Bullish momentum may return only if it sustains above 49650.A move below 49180 may again turn it weak with possible downside target near 49000.Sustenance below 48950 might take it till 48650.On the flipsid......read more
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#GOLD buy gold 49120-49060 s l 48940 target 49520-49660-49820 intrday
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Intraday Levels 15/09/2022
MCX Gold Oct: Day Trend Weak. Support near 49620 which would act as the buying zone. Intraday trend reversal abv 49945 above which the price might move to 50100.So until 49940 holds rise might attract selling with resistance near 49940.
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Buy gold 50000-50050 SL 49850 target 50400,50500
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#GOLD Sell 50115 CMP SL. 50390
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Precious metals fall, palladium sinks over 6%
Precious metals traded in the red on Tuesday following an underwhelming report on inflation in the United States, which showed it slowed down in August, but not as much as expected. Palladium recorded the biggest drop, losing over 6% ......read more
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Inflation numbers from US are quite higher than expected. Tech heavy NASDAQ fell more than 250 pts intraday and both #GOLD #SILVER nose dive. #NIFTY50 also fell below 18k in SGX. Not a good numbers for market on street. More details later.
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#GOLD Buy Reversal 🙏🏻🌷👉🔺Gold 50355-60 sl 50290 Tgt 50500-600 small sl
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#GOLD buy gold 50340-50250 s.l 50100 target 50740-50950-51040
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#GOLD Sell 50345 SL50420
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Silver extends gains, up over 5%
The price of spot silver extended gains on Monday, jumping over 5% at 10:23 am ET. Economic uncertainty remained the focal point, as the Federal Reserve expressed its readiness to fight inflation "strongly" as long as necessary. This week the trad......read more
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#GOLD Sell 50530-50570 SL. 50820
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#GOLD buy gold 50490-50400 s.l 50300 target 50890-51000-51190.
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Gold mega buyers can buy gold mega at 50573 for the target 50659 with stoploss at 50487, if stoploss trigerrs gold mega sell at 50487 for the target 50401 with stoploss at 50573

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Reputation: 9,725  •  Sep 7 8:09 AM
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Reputation: 278  •  Sep 7 6:27 AM

#GOLD Sell 50130 SL 50200
Target 49470#
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Reputation: 2,256  •  Sep 7 2:24 AM

Globally, Oil prices fell on Wednesday as COVID-19 curbs in top crude importer China and expectations of further interest rate hikes fanned concerns of a global economic recession and lower fuel demand growth. Crude inventories in the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) fell 7......read more
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Reputation: 9,725  •  Sep 6 8:44 AM
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Reputation: 144  •  Sep 6 4:26 AM

#GOLD buy gold 50550-50400 s.l 50350 target 59750-50800-50850
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Reputation: 2,256  •  Sep 6 3:22 AM

Globally, Oil prices slipped early on Tuesday, paring the previous session's 3% gain, as an OPEC deal to cut output by 100,000 barrels per day in October was seen as a largely symbolic move to stem the market's recent slide.There was no settlement on Monday, the U.S. Labor Day ho......read more
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Reputation: 278  •  Sep 5 6:48 AM

#GOLD Sell 50430 SL 50520
Target 50150#
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Reputation: 9,725  •  Sep 5 7:37 AM
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Reputation: 2,256  •  Sep 2 2:00 AM

Post our analysis on monthly job Market both #GOLD and #SILVER on fire. More upside next week expected.
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