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 Candlesticks, Elliot wave theory and Fibonacci retracement.

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The Gold Forecast

The Gold Forecast was created for investors and traders of all levels. Each day we publish a five to ten minute video containing concise, easily-digestible visual and verbal information, conveying precision technical market insights. All blended with the day’s most important fundamental news.

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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: Tue, 01/28/2014 - 16:28

When Is A Push, A Shove? There are indicators and then there are indicators.    Durable goods fell 4.3% in December when they were expected by experts to rise almost 2%. That sent the Henny-Penny types scurrying about, selling equities and buying gold. That is, until, they saw that their previous research was neither due nor diligent. It turns out that this is the first report in which government statistics reflected an averaging of new aircraft orders instead of a more volatile actual month-to-month count. So, it (only) appeared that aircraft orders fell when they didn't at all.... Read more

Daily Report: Mon, 01/27/2014 - 16:06

Many, Many Moving Parts Gold initially rallied toward $1,280 an ounce after some figures implied that Chinese gold imports from Hong Kong surged to a record high in 2013.    However, the precious yellow metal tumbled about $25, (2 percent), from its high in New York afternoon trading. U.S. equities reversed early losses, halting last week's heavy pullback, a direction that had benefited gold.    The real story lies in fears about the impending FOMC meeting tomorrow and Wednesday. The near sociopathic obsession with tapering is twisting markets this way and that, when,... Read more

Weekly Report: Fri, 01/24/2014 - 16:28

It's The Economy, Everybody   Gold took a breather today from its mini-rally although it rose a touch, despite a fall on almost every major stock index across the world. (Shanghai was the only winner, and that only because it had been drastically oversold.)    In fact, just about everything was down today. Silver faltered. Crude was down. The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield was down. The euro and the pound were down against the dollar marginally.    This is not a good sign for those who view "confidence" as an important market moving factor... Read more

Daily Report: Thu, 01/23/2014 - 16:14

Confluences   Trading volume in gold on the COMEX today was around 235,000 lots, the highest turnover in nearly two months and about 25 percent above volume's 250-day average.    Jitters about a slower world economy based primarily on China's manufacturing slowdown in the month of 2013 seems to be the general culprit. This is odd because the euro-zone's manufacturing output gained almost the same amount in real terms as the Chinese lost. All of this drove equities lower except in Japan (early in the day).   According to Bloomberg, euro-area manufacturing index... Read more