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Jim Wyckoff

Senior Market Analyst and Columnist

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Jim Wyckoff has spent over 25 years involved with the stock, financial and commodity markets. He was a financial journalist with the FWN newswire service for many years, including stints as a reporter on the rough-and-tumble commodity futures trading floors in Chicago and New York. As a journalist, he has covered every futures market traded in the U.S., at one time or another.

Jim is the proprietor of the "Jim Wyckoff on the Markets" analytical, educational and trading advisory service. Jim also worked as a technical analyst for Dow Jones Newswires and as the senior market analyst with TraderPlanet.com. Jim is also a consultant with the highly respected "Pro Farmer" agricultural advisory service. Jim was also the head equities analyst at CapitalistEdge.com. He received his degree from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where he studied journalism and economics.

Follow Jim daily on Kitco.com as he provides both AM and PM roundups and a daily Technical Special. 1 877 963-NEWS jwyckoff at kitco.com

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Friday's Charts for Gold, Silver and Platinum and Palladium, Sept. 20

(Kitco commentary) - Kitco's Jim Wyckoff's buy and sell stop data give investors an idea of some of the key levels to watch during the daily trading session. Investors could see big moves in gold and silver if these daily levels are breached.

Where are the stops? Friday, September 20, gold and silver

(Kitco commentary) - Below are today's likely price locations of buy and sell stop orders for the active Comex gold and silver futures markets.

Gold, silver prices see choppy trading

(Kitco News) - Gold and silver prices are slightly up in early U.S. trading Friday. Risk aversion in the world marketplace has subsided late this week, which is bearish for the safe-haven metals.

Bitcoin daily chart alert - bulls post impressive rebound late this week - Sept. 20

(Kitco News) - Bitcoin-U.S. dollar futures prices are firmer in early U.S. trading Friday. Prices Thursday morning saw a bearish downside “breakout” from a recent narrow and sideways trading range.

Gold down amid better risk appetite, divided Fed

(Kitco News) - Gold prices are moderately lower in midday U.S. trading Thursday. Risk aversion in the world marketplace has subsided late this week, meaning less safe-haven demand for gold and silver.

Thursday's Forex Analytical Charts, Sept.19

(Kitco commentary) - Kitco's senior analyst Jim Wyckoff provides technical analysis of the major global currencies including the U.S. dollar, pound sterling, euro, and Japanese yen.

Gold prices pull back as risk aversion wanes, Federal Reserve divided

(Kitco News) - Gold prices are moderately lower in early U.S. trading Thursday. Risk aversion in the world marketplace has subsided late this week, meaning less safe-haven demand for gold and silver.

Bitcoin daily chart alert - bearish downside price breakout occurs - Sept. 19

(Kitco News) - Bitcoin-U.S. dollar futures prices are solidly lower and hit a three-week low in early U.S. trading Thursday.

Gold prices weaker as Federal Reserve not so easy

(Kitco News) - Gold and silver prices are weaker in afternoon U.S. trading Wednesday, in the wake of the just-released FOMC statement that did not lean as accommodative on U.S. monetary policy as many expected.

Gold moves above unchanged, at session highs, as traders buy the dip

(Kitco News) - Bull markets see downside corrections in existing price uptrends, and then the bulls step in to buy the dips to keep the uptrend alive and healthy.