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Since 2010 The Gold Forecast has been delivering profitable results. Each trade, each buy and each sell signal is documented by archived videos. Created daily for investors and traders of all levels, The Gold Forecast gives you an edge in trading the market.


Trading System

The system that we use for trade recommendations is a hybrid method in which we combine fundamental data with three primary technical studies.

We look at fundamental data for the "big" picture, which we weave into our technical studies. These studies will help identify key pivot points. They will also provide us with the timing for entrance and exits of trades, as well as stop placements.

The three technical methods we combine are Japanese Candlestick, Elliot wave theory and Fibonacci retracement.

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Trending Markets

Trending markets is an ancillary module for use with your gold forecast subscription.

It covers additional markets such as the S&P 500, US dollar and crude oil. The primary purpose for this service is to provide us with quality markets to trade when the precious metals markets are range bound, or when these markets present trading opportunities.

Endorsements of Confidence

Gary is one of the most skilled technicians I have met during my time covering the markets. Dedicated, reputable and skilled…

Daniela Cambone
Editor-in-Chief, Kitco News

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About the Gold Forecast

Wagner Financial Group is the producer of the Gold Forecast.

Based in Honolulu, Hawaii,  our company is comprised of a dedicated group of trading, technology, and finance professionals who apply their experience, teamwork and innovation towards a common goal - helping traders succeed.

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Previous Reports

Daily Report: Thu, 05/26/2016 - 17:06

Conventional wisdom, as expressed by those who have turned very bullish on European and U.S. financial stocks, is saying the Fed will raise rates in June. We think a rate rise is a bit more of a possibility than it has been but we won’t really know until jobs data for May come in next week. Tomorrow, Friday, we will also get revised U.S. GDP figures for the first quarter. Predictions are that number will go from 0.5% to 0.9%. That’s quite a change, but even a jumbo shrimp is still a shrimp. But, if we were to bet the family farm, we’d say, “Not just yet.” We’re also predicting that at... Read more

Daily Report: Wed, 05/25/2016 - 15:29

Webinar Recording Now Available For Viewing Equities Lead Charge As All Risk Is On For The Day The U.S. dollar, which was down against the euro, tried to give gold a hand but regular traders were intent on pushing the yellow metal down. Platinum and palladium suffered likewise but silver was up on the day about half a percentage point. The risk-on sentiment bled over to the yen, which was off against the greenback. The yen is one of a handful of safe haven currencies. But it was trading lower not on its usual strengths and weaknesses but because there is concern the dollar will jump... Read more

Chart This: Tue, 05/24/2016 - 18:47

The 800,000-pound Godzilla in the room at the moment is the fear of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike, says long-time technical analyst Gary Wagner. ‘As of Friday, interest-rate futures were pricing in a 30% probability of an increase at the June 14-15 meeting, up from 5% several days earlier, according to the CME’s FedWatch Tool,’ explains Wagner, the editor of the popular newsletter, thegoldforecast.com. Traders are desperately seeking some clarity in regards to the Fed's next move, trying to determine gold's direction, he told Kitco News. ‘[T]he lack of fiscal policy by the U.S. Congress forces... Read more

Daily Report: Tue, 05/24/2016 - 16:46

In a classic risk-on day, equities, oil and the U.S. dollar rocketed up as gold fell and bond yields rose. On such a briskly upbeat day, it was only natural that the Japanese yen would fall against the dollar about as strongly as did the euro. The day did not start out promisingly for stocks as Tokyo and Shanghai were down emphatically and Hong Kong was barely changed. However, once news of positive banking and insurance performance filtered onto the floors of European bourses, stock prices began moving up there with a vengeance. The French CAC and German DAX were higher by over 2.00% and the FTSE... Read more