Poll: Gold War - Bears vs Bulls, who will win the game in 2014?

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    Moderator Kolyo's Avatar

    Hot Gold War - Bears vs Bulls, who will win the game in 2014? !!!

    Hi guys. Share your views – Who will win the big battle between Gold Bears and Gold Bulls? Where we will finish at the end of this year? The beginning of the year is promising for the bullish traders, but bears are steal stronger and in play. What do you think, will we see much higher or much lower levels this year or we will stay in a narrow range?

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    Specialist Member marvel's Avatar
    Independent of my mostly bullish long term expectations for the precious metals price, I am expecting to see lower prices later this year. This will be a test for support and we will see if later this year a new fresh bull trend can develop from the ground.

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    Specialist Member runneroption's Avatar
    I think the gold price will remain ranging during this year. This will make it very difficult to trade based on any technical data.

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    Solid Member jango_down's Avatar
    For a hobby I have been chasing the yellow stuff with a metal detector here in oz for over 10years. I have a bucket of it in storage and have been willing the bears to win for several months now. So you guys must know I am extremely bias when commenting on gold lol.
    For years I have closely monitored the gold price and have seen a concerted effort lately by many to keep the price from skyrocketing (as it should be). Actually I believe the price would have reached $2000 last year if this had not been the case.

    I am voting for the bulls to win and am expecting the price to reach $1400 by the end of the year, and 1450 into the next. The bears cannot hold out much longer imo.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by jango_down View Post
    For a hobby I have been chasing the yellow stuff with a metal detector here in oz for over 10years. I have a bucket of it in storage and have been willing the bears to win for several months now. So you guys must know I am extremely bias when commenting on gold lol.
    For years I have closely monitored the gold price and have seen a concerted effort lately by many to keep the price from skyrocketing (as it should be). Actually I believe the price would have reached $2000 last year if this had not been the case.

    I am voting for the bulls to win and am expecting the price to reach $1400 by the end of the year, and 1450 into the next. The bears cannot hold out much longer imo.
    long long long term the bulls will definitely win but for now the bears are in charge. Gold dropped to sube $1280 today, I think economic data and a bull market in equities give little reason to go long on gold at this time.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    I just realized that low gold prices are good for the economy and the consumer in general. Gold is used in manufacturing, especially electronics and phones etc, low gold prices could/should help lower costs for businesses using gold for industrial purposes thus improving profits and perhaps lowering prices

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    Veteran Member Dan21's Avatar
    For me the market is still ranging.

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    Senior Member dorrian's Avatar
    I think the gold is still controlled by the bears and it will continue movement sideways down during this year.

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    Veteran Member Ammeo's Avatar
    2014 could be the most bearish year for gold in recent times.

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    Junior Member estoyyoo2's Avatar
    Yes, the gold seems so high now!

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