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Gary S. Wagner has been a technical market analyst for 25 years. A frequent contributor to STOCKS & COMMODITIES Magazine, he has also written for Futures Magazine as well as Barrons. He is the executive producer of "The Gold Forecast," a daily video newsletter.

He has been a speaker for financial seminars including Futures West and the Dow Jones Financial Symposium which travels throughout the world.. Coauthor of "Trading Applications Of Japanese Candlestick Charting" a John Wiley publication.

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Gold declines in light of the report that revealed inflation continues to decline

(Kitco commentary) - As of 6:00 PM EST, the February contract of gold futures has fallen for the second time in the last seven trading days.

Gold declines after a solid 4th quarter GDP report is released by the BEA

(Kitco commentary) - As of 4:35 PM EST, the February contract of gold futures has fallen for the first time in six trading days. Currently, February gold is fixed at $1929.30, a decline of $13.30 or 0.68%.

Economists, experts, and market participants await Friday’s Core PCE report

(Kitco commentary) - The financial markets are currently in the process of factoring in or getting in front of the upcoming release of the core PCE (Personal Consumption Expenditures) report.

Questions arise about next FOMC meeting; will their decisions remain data-dependent

(Kitco commentary) - Exactly one week from today the Federal Reserve will hold the first Federal Open Market Committee meeting for the calendar year 2023.

Gold futures remain steady as investors await the PCE report and FOMC meeting

(Kitco commentary) - Gold futures traded marginally higher as market participants focus on next week’s FOMC meeting.

Fed members speak before the blackout period begins prior to the next FOMC meeting

(Kitco commentary) - Fed members speak before the blackout period begins prior to the next FOMC meeting

Tough talk by Fed officials and the U.S. debt ceiling hit both reasons for safe-haven plays

(Kitco commentary) - Tough talk by Fed officials and the U.S. debt ceiling hit both reasons for safe-haven plays

Investors speculate on forward guidance of the Fed with little to no clarity from experts

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Gold trades lower as Fed’s Bullard advocates front-loading rate hikes

(Kitco commentary) - Gold trades lower as Fed’s Bullard advocates front-loading rate hikes

Traders bid stocks, gold, and Silver higher, but is the optimism warranted?

(Kitco commentary) - Market participants continue to react to the bullish market sentiment created by yesterday's CPI report. Inflation came in at 6.5% year-over-year last month, which is the sixth consecutive month that inflation has diminished since the peak of 9.1% in June.