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OptionPundit
$NEM is relatively strong today considering that is pulling back, in sync with broader markets
OptionPundit
Gold $GCQ11.CMX is only about $105 away from psychological price $2K, and thereafter the interesting time begins..
pankaj
pankajkm5
GOLD MCX (OCT) SUPPORT 23850-23700 RESISTANCE 24100-24180 RIGHT NOW LOOKING VERY STRONG SILVER MCX (SEP) SUPPORT 59500-59
OptionPundit
Last 30min of trading starts, in full swing and so is the selling pressure in stocks. Gold above $1650
OptionPundit
$GS Goldman misses on both earnings and revenues! Ouch..How come?
OptionPundit
GOLD making new high and so is $GLD, all time high
OptionPundit
Now V know what was happening to $YOKU yesterday, Goldman ups to "Conviction Buy" and sees 104% upsides; I was in! http://tinyurl.com/65vb342
OptionPundit
OptionPundit
Gold is being sold off, Let's see if it can hold grounds at 1,400 or not, we'll review for another trading opportunity
OptionPundit
OptionPundit
Gold $GLD, sillver are hammered $SLV; and bond are seeing sharp selling; Yield is rising
Kartik Taneja
gokartik
I still had Conviction in C all along....now Goldman agrees :)
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