Gold gets jarred above the $1,700/oz. level for the first time since March as the weak ISM print...

Gold gets jarred above the $1,700/oz. level for the first time since March as the weak ISM print naturally raises the odds of further pump-priming by the Fed. Silver posts an even sharper move, rising to $32.25, its highest price since April.

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  • Brian Bobbitt
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    Am Capt. Brian gonna be right or wrong on this rise in the PM's? I am starting to think I may be dragging my feet here in the new rise in PM's, but I still feel like there is a pre-show going on, and the curtain will soon fall on the 'preamble' then "Act One" will begin as the real show begins. I am gettin' real shaky on owning ANY stocks in here 'cept for PM ETF's or actual market shorting tools (ETF's also).


    Well, toe tapping time is running out. Who will be right? My time machine was just tuned up and ready for one more trip to the future and I will be back in a few days and tell you what I saw again.


    Capt. Brian
    The Lost Navigator
    4 Sep 2012, 12:39 PM Reply Like
  • gh1616
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    Gold broke resistance going back to March on the second highest volume of the year!!! Then closed near the highs today on above avg volume.


    Exactly what "Jarred" would that be???
    4 Sep 2012, 08:36 PM Reply Like
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