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Gold can't hold onto gains despite monetary spigots opening everywhere, falling especially...

Gold can't hold onto gains despite monetary spigots opening everywhere, falling especially quickly following the timid move by the ECB, now -0.5% to $1,612.
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  • SuperCycleBear
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    Buy the dip. It seems inevitable the CBs will have to diversify their reserves in to gold. The higher it goes, the less indebted we all are.
    5 Jul 2012, 08:08 AM Reply Like
  • Jim McCraigh
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    The ECB is fooling itself by thinking that a wimpy rate change will do anything to help the EU situation. Its just window-dressing. we posted July 4th on this rate change and the price of gold at
    5 Jul 2012, 09:24 AM Reply Like
  • Garfield23
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    mega jump in gold/silver coming
    5 Jul 2012, 10:12 AM Reply Like
  • jpm915
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    i am a 60 yr. old retiree & also an investor who purchased gold for the first time ever!!! i am hoping garfield 23 has an accurate projection of a mega-hike in precious metals!!!
    5 Jul 2012, 04:30 PM Reply Like
  • rfgeist
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    Still in cash. Thinking gold to drop another 20%. Looks like another 2008-09 drop to me and then a huge move up above $2000.
    5 Jul 2012, 09:42 PM Reply Like
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