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 Jon Nadler - “The huge pool of global liquidity out there has not found a better place to rush into, and is enchanted with gold and its prospects.”
 Jon Nadler - “The trigger fingers hovering over all of the instability-sensitive commodity 'buy' buttons (gold, oil, etc.) are as jittery as ever.”
 Jon Nadler - “The gold price is now flirting with critical support levels (532-535), and it faces a possible short- to medium-term trough -- one that could even breach the 500 level.”
 Jon Nadler - “The gold price is now flirting with critical support levels (532-535), and it faces a possible short- to medium-term trough one that could even breach the 500 level.”
 Jon Nadler - “While there still remains a strong link between oil and gold prices, at this moment any market interpretation of high U.S. inventory levels is being overshadowed by the tense standoff with Iran.”
 Jon Nadler - “Gold burst decisively through the 560 mark...even as many participants are out for the U.S. holiday.”
 Jon Nadler - “It will take either a sharp sequence of rate increases ... or a significant reversal of rate hikes ... to move the gold market in a meaningful way at this point.”
 Jon Nadler - “Gold would like to go somewhat lower to follow long-established seasonal patterns as well as to complete the corrective phase it was in, after a swift race to nearly 600 per ounce.”
 Jon Nadler - “The gold price is now flirting with critical support levels (532-535), and it faces a possible short- to medium-term trough one that could even breach the 500 level.”
 Jon Nadler - “There is that tug-of-war between would-be buyers and the traders who really are squaring the trading logs before we head into the weekend.”
 Jon Nadler - “The saber rattling (albeit strongly watered down in the past few hours) coming from the White House and the wayward chatter coming out of Tehran once again clashed on the world political scene.”
 Jon Nadler - “Although gold remains vulnerable to at least another bout of selling as we head into next week, the fact that it erased Thursday's losses demonstrates (for the time being) the fact that this bull is alive and kicking.”
 Jon Nadler - “None of this probing to the downside will negate the fundamental nervousness the market continues to experience, and the hair-trigger volatility will continue to be an integral feature of the metals complex as news keeps coming at it.”
 Jon Nadler - “Buoyed by the Nigerian oil sabotage news and a weaker U.S. dollar, gold has reasserted its safe-haven attributes since last Friday.”
 Jon Nadler - “Gold appears to be reflecting the lack of fresh bad news ... rather than true profit-taking.”
 Jon Nadler - “In the gold trading pits, economic uncertainties are taking a back seat to uncertainties of a different nature these days.”
 Jon Nadler - “Gold is as much a mirror of current human events as it is a barometer of future asset values.”
 Jon Nadler - “We stand by the assertion that a quarter percent better fed funds rate will NOT make the critical difference to medium-term andor long-term gold investors.”
 Jon Nadler - “We saw little evidence yesterday that the Godzilla-size footprints of funds bailing out of gold was present. We did see evidence overnight that millions of tiny (individual-investor) footprints make for an equal-size impact on gold -- in the opposite direction.”
 Jon Nadler - “Traders were watching a sinking dollar and the apparent diversion of petro-dollar profits into bullion (a repeat of the pattern that was last visible in the gold run of 1980).”
 Jon Nadler - “The dollar took enough of a hit to convince traders that gold was a safer place to park funds in for the next few sessions.”
 Jon Nadler - “Aside from the amalgam of worrisome news items coming from many corners of the globe ... the investment community is also looking with apprehension at economic news and has nothing to smile about.”
 Jon Nadler - “The hikes are not as much an attempt to stave off inflation as they are designed to attract investment into the dollar by would-be debt holders (China, Japan, etc.) of the U.S. currency.”
 Jon Nadler - “Gold as well as silver continues to benefit from a robust global growth pattern and consumption of all types of commodities.”
 Jon Nadler - “The unfolding petro-nuclear Iran debacle laced with faith-based overtones is making the average investor quite nervous these days.”

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