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Jim Wyckoff

Senior Market Analyst and Columnist

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Jim Wyckoff has spent over 25 years involved with the stock, financial and commodity markets. He was a financial journalist with the FWN newswire service for many years, including stints as a reporter on the rough-and-tumble commodity futures trading floors in Chicago and New York. As a journalist, he has covered every futures market traded in the U.S., at one time or another.

Jim is the proprietor of the "Jim Wyckoff on the Markets" analytical, educational and trading advisory service. Jim also worked as a technical analyst for Dow Jones Newswires and as the senior market analyst with TraderPlanet.com. Jim is also a consultant with the highly respected "Pro Farmer" agricultural advisory service. Jim was also the head equities analyst at CapitalistEdge.com. He received his degree from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where he studied journalism and economics.

Follow Jim daily on Kitco.com as he provides both AM and PM roundups and a daily Technical Special. 1 877 963-NEWS jwyckoff at kitco.com

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Gold Bulls End Week With Full Head Of Steam

Comex gold futures prices ended the U.S. day session with solid gains Friday, hit a three-week high and closed at a technically bullish weekly high close.

Friday's Charts for Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium, July 21

Gold At 3-Week High Amid Assault On Greenback

Gold prices are moderately up and scored a three-week high in early U.S. trading Friday.

Where are the Stops? Friday, July 21, Gold and Silver

Gold Hits 3-Wk High, Lifted By Dovish Draghi, Depreciating Dollar

Gold prices were ending the U.S. day session moderately higher and scored a three-week high Thursday.

Thursday's Forex Analytical Charts, July 20

Gold Pushes Higher As U.S. Dollar Sells Off Sharply

Gold prices are moderately higher and near the daily highs in late-morning action Thursday.

Gold Moves Up From Daily Lows After Dovish Draghi And On Weakening Greenback

Gold prices are modestly lower and have moved well off the overnight lows, in morning New York trading Thursday.

Thursday's Charts for Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium, July 20

Gold Sees Mild Profit Taking As U.S. Dollar Bounces

Gold prices are moderately lower in early U.S. trading Thursday, as the shorter-term futures traders are ringing the cash register and taking some profits after recent price gains.