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Hulbert Gold Sentiment Update

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As per Mark Hulbert’s HGNSI, Gold market timers are now more short-term bullish. I base these comments on current gold market sentiment, as indicated by the average recommended gold market exposure among a subset of short-term gold market timers tracked by the Hulbert Financial Digest (as measured by the Hulbert Gold Newsletter Sentiment Index, or … Continue reading “Hulbert Gold Sentiment Update”

HGNSI at 9.2%

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The Hulbert Gold Newsletter Sentiment Index (HGNSI) has gone more bearish than it was last week when Mark Hulbert noted it as being very bullish (on a contrarian basis) on a decline to 23.5%. According to information forwarded by subscriber Larry (not a rookie is all I’ll say) the HGNSI is now registering 9.2%! Do … Continue reading “HGNSI at 9.2%”

Sentiment Indicator Points To A Sharp Rally Coming In Gold

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By one historically accurate contrary sentiment metric, the gold market is poised to stage a surprising move higher soon.  From the Hulbert Gold Sentiment Newsletter Index: over the three decades I’ve been tracking investment newsletters, the gold market has — on average — adhered to the contrarian pattern. That is, bullion has turned in far … Continue reading “Sentiment Indicator Points To A Sharp Rally Coming In Gold”

EUR Shorts Return, As Commercial Gold Net Short Positions Hit All Time Record

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A week after the EUR posted the biggest short covering rally in history, expunging every single weak hand after a move wiped out 44% of all net shorts, the bearish speculative bets on the EUR are once again rising, according to just released CFTC Commitment of Traders data. After dropping from net -111,945 to just … Continue reading “EUR Shorts Return, As Commercial Gold Net Short Positions Hit All Time Record”

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