Gold Targets Fresh Peaks Amid Key Shift

By DailyFx | Updated July 30, 2014 AAA

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GOLD FX trading crowds are now net-short Gold versus the US Dollar for the first time since it peaked near $1315 in early May. The sharp shift in sentiment warns the precious metal may continue higher.

Trade Implications GOLD Last week we noted that Gold was at a potential crossroads as it enters a key cyclical turn window, and a close above $1286 would leave us focused on further gains. Indeed the metal has now broken above. Near-term focus shifts to May peaks at $1315, and only material change in trading crowd sentiment would shake our bullish bias.

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