After an almost 3-week hiatus, Gary Wagner is back on Kitco News to tell us how he sees the market set up for the coming week. He says given gold’s recent volatility, he wouldn’t be surprised to see the market drift lower. “I really have to see $1,221 as a number taken out before I can really get bullish again on this market,” he says. Gary also comments on recent dollar volatility and how he sees that spilling into gold and other commodity markets. Tune in now for Gary’s latest in-depth look into the gold market and to get his forecasts for the week. Kitco News, April 10, 2015.
Gary Wagner joins Kitco News after this action-packed week to share his latest thoughts on the gold market. Wednesday’s FOMC policy meeting caused a stir in the gold market, which is now looking like it may close off the week on a positive note. Wagner says that although it is an extremely oversold market, he wouldn’t be amazed to see gold head higher. “I wouldn’t be surprised to see the market bounce, even as high as $1,220 an ounce.” He says that despite the dollar’s drop on Wednesday, which he says was the greatest drop since 2009, he still sees the currency heading higher. “I’ve never seen that kind of a move,” he says. “The dollar will probably continue on its upward track.” Kitco News, March 20, 2015.
Since we last spoke with Gary Wagner, gold has fallen below key support levels he shared with our viewers. How does he see the market set up ahead of next week’s much anticipated Federal Open Market Committee meeting? “The real issue right now is taking a look at the fundamentals that have been in play in the market that have been moving the [gold] market lower,” he says. “You cannot look at the gold market without looking at the dollar.” This week’s analysis focused on gold’s relation to the U.S. dollar index, and analyzes critical levels for the metals. Gary says he will look at “what happens if [gold] breaks below that key support level, and what happens if it holds.” Kitco News, March 13, 2015.
Gary Wagner joins Kitco News’ Daniela Cambone ahead of the U.S. jobs data, which has had the marketplace on edge since the beginning of the week. Gary says gold has weathered a correction from the top of roughly $1,308/oz last month. “I’m still optimistic in terms of looking for higher pricing,” he adds. Looking at seasonal trends, Gary says he often sees a bump in gold prices at the beginning of the year, which he calls the “January Effect.” “I have research that shows out of the last five years, if you have purchased gold at the beginning of January – except for 2013 – you would have had a profitable trade,” he says. Tune in now for more insights on this latest edition of Chart This! Kitco News, February 6, 2015.