NZD Gold today has fallen through the short term uptrend line. It is down over 1.5% from a week ago. Currently it sits right on the 50 day moving average. The 50 day MA has been strong support with NZD gold barely dipping below it since August.
The next line area of support to watch for below this is the 200 day MA currently at $1788.
NZD Silver has fallen even more sharply. Down almost 4% on a week ago after falling through the short term uptrend line. So it looks like the breakout above the red downtrend line was just a “head fake”. Silver will need to build a bit more of a base before having another crack at that downtrend line again. Watch the horizontal support line at $23 for the next possible support level.
The NZ Dollar is down almost 0.50% this week. While it has been going sideways the past month or so, the overall trend remains slightly down for 2017.
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Just when you thought the negative sentiment towards gold and silver couldn’t get any worse, it feels like it probably has over the past couple of weeks.
There is the least amount of interest in purchasing that we have seen for some time. The phone isn’t ringing and people aren’t buying.
Jeff Clark reported on the Gold and Silver Summit in San Francisco he attended last month saying:
“I talked to many exhibitors and speakers and attendees, and it seemed the first question on most investor’s minds was how high bitcoin will go, and when the bubble will pop—not if it will pop. Most seemed to believe bitcoin is in a bubble, with the only outstanding question how high the price goes.
But the low attendance and focus on an alternative asset reminded me a lot of when I attended a similar conference in the spring of 2007. Interest in gold was flat, the Dow was roaring, and uranium was the flavor of the day. Of course 18 months later the Dow was crashing, the uranium market was obliterated, and gold and silver were on the cusp of beginning a historic run-up. The “low interest” in precious metals ended up serving as a signal for one of the greatest buying opportunities. I have a feeling we’re at a similar juncture now.”
“It seems that slowly and surely, the major gold producing nations of Russia, China and other BRICS nations are becoming tired of the dominance of an international gold price which is determined in a synthetic trading environment which has very little to do with the physical gold market.
The Shanghai Gold Exchange’s Shanghai Gold Price Benchmark which was launched in April 2016 is already a move towards physical gold price discovery, and while it does not yet influence prices in the international market, it has the infrastructure in place to do so.
When the First Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia points to London and Switzerland as having less relevance, while spearheading a new BRICS cross-border gold trading system involving China and Russia and other “major economies with large reserves of gold and an impressive volume of production and consumption of the precious metal”, it becomes clear that moves are afoot by Russia, China and other nations to bring gold price discovery back to the realm of the physical gold markets. The icing on the cake in all this may be gold price benchmarks based on international physical gold trading.”
Our feature article this week looks at the question: When to buy gold or silver.
This is a question that can have multiple meanings.
Firstly you might ask it from the point of view of when is a good time to buy precious metals (gold and silver) in general.
This in turn could depend on fundamental reasons for buying gold and silver. Such as how the economy is doing, the risk of financial panics or currency devaluations. But it could also depend on technical reasons or rather just purely timing when to buy gold or silver depending on the price.
However the question may also refer to when should you buy gold or buy silver instead. That is whether to choose to buy gold over silver or vice versa.
Here’s what’s covered:
5 Factors to Consider in Deciding When to Buy Gold or Silver
Using Technical Analysis to Determine When to Buy Gold and Silver
Using Gold Seasonality to Determine the Best Month to Buy Gold and Silver
Finally Remember, if you’ve got specific question, be sure to send it in to be in the running for a 1oz silver coin.
Why Buying This Year is Better Than Waiting Until Next Year
Here’s a timely excerpt from this week’s feature article:
The chart of gold in NZ Dollars below, shows that you’ll also want to buy this year and not wait for next year.
As in 6 of the last 7 years buying towards the end of one year saw the gold price higher at the end of the following year (see the green arrows).
Also keep an eye out for sharp drops in the price of gold and silver over the low volume Christmas and New Year holidays. In 7 or the last 8 years we have seen the price fall sharply around this time (see the green ellipses). Also making it a good time to buy gold and silver near the end of the year.
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