Gold is key

fxmade2trade

Active member
229 6
Being mislead by the strength of the dollar and positive outlook for housing and low interest rates, can be so frustrating when you look at it from a global perspective.Last week all the markets were down and the U.S. economy is on the brink of reenacting 2008 all over again. As Americans media and false happiness such as credit and assistance (bailouts) fuel us but if you look at how much we are truly in debt can you truly have any faith in the USD.
The Golden Key.
 
Last edited:

Sigma-D

Established member
648 62
2014 has been a disappointing year for the markets, equities and bond yields alike. But Gold has scored a 8%+ rise thus far so why do you feel bucking the trend and going/staying short makes any sense?
 

Sigma-D

Established member
648 62
As the USD gets weaker gold will gain more...

I'm aware of the correlation, but are you aware that since August 2011 the dollar has been strengthening and Gold weakening? Additionally, Oil typically should be expensive for all sorts of fundamental reasons at the moment, but it isn't on a relative basis which means that even with excess oil cash looking for a safe haven it's going to have to choose between poor yield US bonds and Gold. I really don't see the current market in Gold being supportive of bears.
 

Sigma-D

Established member
648 62
Just for confirmation, you're advocating a short gold position at the moment? You seem to be advancing the same points I'm making while holding a contrary physical position. Confused.
 
Last edited:

fxmade2trade

Active member
229 6
Normally conservative investors are increasingly under duress and since the outlook for interest rates remains low for a long time, they are taking on excessive risk. This leads to miscalculation of many things, this will be the point at which confidence collapses and creditors lose their faith in creditworthiness can therefore not be predicted with certainty. I am convinced that gold represents a sensible hedge for such a crisis of confidence.
 
M

member275544

0 0
Normally conservative investors are increasingly under duress and since the outlook for interest rates remains low for a long time, they are taking on excessive risk. This leads to miscalculation of many things, this will be the point at which confidence collapses and creditors lose their faith in creditworthiness can therefore not be predicted with certainty. I am convinced that gold represents a sensible hedge for such a crisis of confidence.

so not your words then?
http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldn..._Dislocations_In_World_Financial_Markets.html

just for information, this warning is at the bottom of the page
© 2014 by King World News®. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. However, linking directly to the blog page is permitted and encouraged.
I'll let them know somebody is infringing on their copyright
 
Last edited by a moderator:

Sigma-D

Established member
648 62
This is nonsense. I'm not sure you're even human.

I'm starting a course in Botese next week. Talk then.

{refers to fxbot2trade - not malaguti}
 
Last edited:

fxmade2trade

Active member
229 6
So sorry my dears i am very real however my phone didnt post the correct format or pages or quotations, I love how passionate you all are keep it up, from now on i will only use my laptop not my phone so these mistakes will never happen again.
 

NVP

Legendary member
37,786 2,110
Being mislead by the strength of the dollar and positive outlook for housing and low interest rates, can be so frustrating when you look at it from a global perspective.Last week all the markets were down and the U.S. economy is on the brink of reenacting 2008 all over again. As Americans media and false happiness such as credit and assistance (bailouts) fuel us but if you look at how much we are truly in debt can you truly have any faith in the USD.
The Golden Key.

you better............what other global currency is there ? :cool:

N
 

fxmade2trade

Active member
229 6
Being mislead by the strength of the dollar and positive outlook can be beneficial for many. This shows with the decrease in gold sales, proves the USD has the strength behind it for right now. I suggest keeping one foot in, and one out of the door would be the best position to have. If your trades are just following housing statistics, low interest rates, expansion and media you are in for a surprise. This can be so frustrating when you look at it from other perspectives, and lack of reports on gold from the Central Banks, and environmental and political change the information is out there you will just have to find it. In the last month all the markets were down and the U.S. economy is on the brink of reenacting 2008 all over again, but then new reports come out, and BOOM the USD is bulling ahead. As Americans media and false happiness such as credit and assistance (bailouts) fuel us but if you look at how much we are truly in debt can you truly have any faith in the future of the USD. Take full advantage while you can. Is It The Golden Key?
 
Last edited:
M

member275544

0 0
Being mislead by the strength of the dollar and positive outlook can be beneficial for many. This shows with the decrease in gold sales, proves the USD has the strength behind it for right now. I suggest keeping one foot in, and one out of the door would be the best position to have. If your trades are just following housing statistics, low interest rates, expansion and media you are in for a surprise. This can be so frustrating when you look at it from a global perspective, and lack of reports on gold from the Central Banks, and environmental and political change the information is out there you will just have to find it. In the last month all the markets were down and the U.S. economy is on the brink of reenacting 2008 all over again, but then new reports come out, and BOOM the USD is bulling ahead. As Americans media and false happiness such as credit and assistance (bailouts) fuel us but if you look at how much we are truly in debt can you truly have any faith in the future of the USD. Take full advantage while you can. Is It The Golden Key?

said here also..
http://depthtrade.blogspot.co.uk/
was this your phone or computer dipstick
 
Last edited by a moderator:

fxstrategist

Established member
604 17
Gold will stay dependent on risk aversion, but for now it seems like investors are willing to give a chance to higher yielding, riskier assets.
 
 
AdBlock Detected

We get it, advertisements are annoying!

But it's thanks to our sponsors that access to Trade2Win remains free for all. By viewing our ads you help us pay our bills, so please support the site and disable your AdBlocker.

I've Disabled AdBlock