James Moore in Wikipedia
The market is now looking increasingly top heavy and in need of a correction.
Physical buying and technical support ahead of $535/oz should continue to keep gold underpinned in the coming sessions, although the metal still remains vulnerable to further bouts of liquidation, which have the potential to knock gold back to $495/oz to $500/oz.
Oil and the dollar will continue to play a heavy hand in gold intra-day direction while longer-term geo-political unrest and concerns over oil prices will continue to draw investors towards safe-haven and anti- inflationary asset classes such as gold.
Oil and the dollar will continue to play a heavy hand in gold intraday direction, while longer-term geopolitical unrest and concerns over oil prices will continue to draw investors toward safe-haven and anti-inflationary asset classes such as gold.
Gold should find temporary resistance around $572 but a re-test of January's $575 high now appears imminent with resistance above now expected at $578/$582.
Not very many people try to steal on her. Teams in the Central District know not to run on her. It's the teams from out of the area that don't know about her arm and try to steal on her and are thrown out a step or two before the base.
People are not happy mostly because of the way it was done. Also because so many out here don't want them to take the lake in the first place.
Poor George [Bush], he can't help it. He was born with a silver foot in his mouth.