February 01, 2013 at 15:50 PM EST
Why the Next Move in Gold May Be to the Upside
Gold moved sideways for the last six weeks with each rally and correction sparking either new hopes or new fears about the yellow metal. But focusing on such short-term volatility can rarely bring any good when it comes to long-term investments. That’s one of the things that my firm often stresses: One should always analyze the market from different perspectives and keep in mind their order of importance. This week we will focus on the long term. Another thing that we have already mentioned is that such universal commodities which are traded on many exchanges and in many ...
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