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Where Do Gold Prices End In 2019 - Vote Now

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Editor's Note: Kitco News has officially launched Outlook 2019 - Rush To Safety - the definitive reference for precious metals investors for the new year. We chose this year's theme as financial markets face growing uncertainty. With volatility on the rise, how do you protect yourself? Click here daily to see updated content.

(Kitco News) - Markets are in their last trading week of 2018 and who knows what is in store for the gold market next year.

Kitco News coninues it reader survey series looking for the Main Street opinions on where gold prices will be by the end of 2019.

Will gold shine as the ultimate safe-haven asset as the Federal Reserve looks to tap the breaks on monetary policy tightening? Will significant U.S. dollar weakness push the market to multi-year highs?

Will gold pries remain trapped in their current trading range, unable to break critical resistance at $1,300 an ounce?

The the bearish side, will deflationary threats push gold prices back to a multi-year low?

Now is the time to have your say.

The results will be tabulated and released after noon (12 PM EDT).

Readers can also send any comments to newsfeedback@kitco.com and they could be featured in the story. For proper attribution, please include your full name, location and indicate whether or not you would like your comments published in the article.

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You can now share your thoughts on where gold and silver are headed with Kitco's new commenting feature - Kitco Chat. The best comments could be featured in Friday's results.

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