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Will Gold Complete the September Rally?



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Will Gold Complete the September Rally?

Post by Lobo on Thu 24 Sep 2015, 12:08 pm

Will Gold Complete the September Rally?

Posted on September 24, 2015 by Martin Armstrong

Gold’s rally into the target weeks for the ECM appear to be linked to the potential crisis in European banking. This has nothing to do with the dollar, fiat, inflation, or whatever. The only reason gold rises is the hedge against real crisis and uncertainty.

Gold may not be sustainable. We really need to see a weekly closing above 1188 to think that there is some sustainability short-term. We need that signal to reach the technical resistance in the mid-1200 level. We have a crisis in confidence and a crisis in German banking during the ECM target on Sept. 30/Oct. 1, which will shake the tree of public confidence on a major global level.
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