Gold Attempts Breakout… Yet Miners Still Signal Caution

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Since gold’s all-time high of $1,923 per ounce in September 2011, the nearly 6-year decline that this week has brought prices back to $1,270 has been broadly defined by a falling linear trend of selling pressure. This declining trend is being tested immediately, and a breakout higher would be a major signal that gold’s period of falling prices has come to an end. However, caution is warranted as leading indicators are still flashing warning signals for precious metals prices.

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