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Gold attempting to reverse its trend; platinum breaking out

Commentaries & Views

Last night and this morning, gold is trying to reverse the trend as it breaks through the $1,840 level. The next key level is $1,860 based on April futures. The trend is still lower, and this rally will turn out to be a dead cat bounce or a trend reversal. Until proven otherwise, we will play this rally as a selling opportunity.

Platinum is shooting for the January 2015 highs and could continue to run. Platinum has been running higher for the past year after trading at $562. If platinum can clear $1,200, the next target would be $1,245 and possibly higher. The trend has been higher; we will continue to be long with no reason to sell.

Silver looks ready for a run to the upside as it held major support at $26 and now looks headed to our next target of $28. The Gold/Silver ratio continues to come in and is currently trading at 70-1 versus gold. That ratio was well over 100 a couple of months ago.

As of today, we are long Silver and Platinum short Gold. We would add longs to silver at $26, wait to add to platinum until a breakout above $1,200 and sellers of gold at $1,860. Remember, trades we make can be reversed when the trend changes. All our trades are based on our Algorithm that produces favorable results 66% of the time.

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