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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 breaks above neckline of inverse head and shoulders, higher prices ahead

(Kitco commentary) - Today market participants witnessed a rare event with the U.S. equities rallying approximately 7% on the day based upon diminishing fears of the coronavirus, as the safe haven class rose between 3.6% (gold) and 5.39% (Silver) based upon the fact that the coronavirus is about to reach its apex in the United States this week.

Tariff reductions shifts focus away from real unresolved issues

(Kitco commentary) - Tariff Reductions Shifts Focus Away from Real Unresolved Issues

Despite Dollar Weakness Gold Cannot Overcome Selling Pressure

(Kitco commentary) - Despite Dollar Weakness Gold Cannot Overcome Selling Pressure

Quantitative easing; if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck...

(Kitco commentary) - According to Wikipedia, there is a simple test that is a form of a deductive reasoning. This is the usual expression: If It looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quakes like a duck, then it probably is a duck.

One Model Which Can Help Traders Navigate Gold Prices

(Kitco commentary) - One Model Which Can Help Traders Navigate Gold Prices

Another Volatile Day for Gold as it Breaks Below $1500

(Kitco commentary) - Another Volatile Day for Gold as it Breaks Below $1500

Gold Holds $1500 as Traders Await Fed Chairman Powell’s Speech on Friday

(Kitco commentary) - Gold Holds $1500 as Traders Await Fed Chairman Powellâ??s Speech on Friday

Gold Trades to Highest Yearly Value Before Trading Below $1500 and Recovering

(Kitco commentary) - Gold Trades to Highest Yearly Value Before Trading Below $1500 and Recovering

Major Chart Damage Created On Today's Sell-Off In Gold

(Kitco commentary) - Gold pricing continues its decent that began on Thursday with the most active June Comex contract trading as low as $1275.50 in overseas trading last night, and as of 3:00 Eastern standard time is fixed at $1279.30.

U.S Stocks Rally Following Mid-Term Election Results