Window dressing by fund managers leaves both oversold.
Depending on whom you ask, the precious metal is either about to collapse or is on the threshold of a massive move higher.
The first half of 2013 packed a memorable rally. After a rough couple of months, we could see another rise, but that will depend on several things going right.
The Dow is up 114 as traders buy on hopes interest rates won't rise quickly. Gold is off for a 4th straight day and may have more to drop.
Long-term interest rates have helped the greenback's rise, but talk of QE tapering are raising new questions.
Don't be afraid of this asset bubble, take advantage of it.
Global markets drop as the yen carry trade collapses and ends the cheap-money dream.
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