CPM Trade Signal - October 9, 2023
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Prices as of 10:30 a.m. EST 9 October 2023 $1,864.05 (Basis the December 2023 Comex contract).
Initial Target Price / Range:$1,820
Initial Timeframe: 9 October 2023 to 23 October 2023
Gold prices fell to $1,823.55 on Friday 6 October, within 0.2% of CPM Group’s last sell trade recommendation target, following the U.S. jobs report for September. Gold prices rose higher alongside various assets following the initial price decline on Friday. While the report had some elements that could be considered supportive of gold prices, for the most part the U.S. job market is extremely strong, which does not bode well for gold in the short term. Gold prices rose further over the weekend following Hamas’ surprise attack on Israel. Prices have since been consolidating in a higher range. Issues in the Middle East are not expected to be resolved in the short-term, but the tensions from this weekend could deescalate. This coupled with healthy economic condition in the U.S. and any upside surprise on U.S. inflation data later this week could, push gold prices back down toward $1,820.
CPM has one-month, three-month ranges and eight-quarter quarterly price projections with greater discussion of the factors behind CPM’s analyses provided in CPM’s monthly subscription service, the Precious Metals Advisory.
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