Gold's bullish action
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After all the fear and weak hands selling gold and silver, the metals appeared to bottom on Wednesday. As we have detailed for weeks the $1,500 level was the key and the recent action suggests that we are correct.
On Wednesday gold held $1,500 with a couple of pushes below but ultimately held and closed above the key $1,500 level. More impressive was gold did not experience a dead cat, oversold bounce; it had a soft rally showing a lot of strength, holding key support.
Looking at the action in the metals the fact that the rally was not a spike higher but a battle to hold the key support, suggests this rally is not over and a run higher is still in the cards. This morning gold is trading at $1,512 December futures and again reminding you that the key level to watch is $1,500. We remain long and bullish until proven otherwise.