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    GOLD

    Would be more interesting to look at on the log chart. : )
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    GOLD

    Saxena has flip-flopped on gold in the past, and no doubt will do so again. PS. No certainties.
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Have mixed feelings about this crash. On the one hand am glad I hedged and sold AGQ on a spike, on the other a little disappointed I bought back too early. Of course, you have to take a pragmatic approach to trading; you are never going to get the bottom, and should instead be looking for a 'good enough' trade. With that in mind, I think the silver price will snap back quickly. My main motivation for hedging [trading the volatility] was to maintain an equanimity in an uncertain and volatile market. Feel a bit surprised at the recent move, but not stressed.
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    SILVER

    Far out. Oh well, days like this confirm why you put half of your disposable into real assets, and remind you that it was never going to be easy.
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Well done on holding off. Thinking of buying here?
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    GOLD

    Wow! Looks like new lows being formed since the 1800 spike. Another 2008 event for gold.
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    SILVER

    Bring on the short-covering.... though I hope a war doesn't do it.
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    GOLD

    http://www.bloomberg...ommodities.html
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Then again, the dollar is nearing the top of its trading range so may see markets turn around shortly
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    There you go, 26.99 as i write. Makes you wonder whether we might have to wait until after the summer doldrums for the fireworks.
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Ah, but never underestimate the efficacy of boredom. You know there is no emotion in the trade when you are bored with it... and are free to wander off and focus on other pursuits.
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Ah, but tides are predictable..... but can be the cause of momentary and unpredictable whirlpools.
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    GOLD

    Good analysis by Maund here. Pinched from HPC. http://www.clivemaund.com/gmu.php?art_id=68&date=2013-02-24
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Reverse head and shoulders:
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    SILVER

    Reverse head and shoulders:
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Was a rocky road but got there in the end. In simply focussing on volatility, this is the only instrument being traded. The trade is a very heavy one. By selling at 60 and re-buying at 40, a near increase of 50% [in shares]. But the real object of the trade is to sell on a spike and take gains in US dollars. Half way there for this trade. The longer term:
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Only a smidgeon off now.
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    GOLD

    'The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.' JM Keynes.
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    GOLD

    http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1360937700.php Is Gold Becoming a Risk-off Asset?
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    GOLD

    Not a dent in the 200MA. Gold continues its steady appreciation against currencies though now in a consolidating phase. If June/July 2012 marked the bottom of the consolidating cup then after this current re-test of the bottom wouldn't be surprised to see a rapid move to 1800-1900.
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Wanting to see one last push to 40.
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    Trading Volatility, Ballasted by Gold

    Hang about. Weren't you 'all in' years ago? You say you're putting your monthly income in now? But then why the need for a truck? Wouldn't your briefcase suffice for that?
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    GOLD

    http://news.goldseek.../1360674000.php End Currency Wars With Gold Standard? –Bloomberg Interview and FT Op-ed
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    INTERVIEWS by Dominic Frisby

    Ah, the luxury of being able to devalue by fiat. But then, to the chagrin of the rest of the world, they had an arbitary 'gold standard' for that.
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