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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 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…

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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: Mon, 01/13/2014 - 16:23

What Goes Up...  Many analysts are assigning today's rise in gold to short covering and bargain hunting. An odd assessment given the behavior of gold last week.    What's really happening is that there is a sudden lack of faith in the equities markets. The lowball jobs number that came in on Friday and the rather blasé FOMC minutes issued on Wednesday have given pause to the rah-rah-rah-ing that has dominated trading on the stock exchanges for the last year.   Now equities traders are facing a new earnings season and from what they are smelling in the... Read more

Weekly Report: Fri, 01/10/2014 - 16:39

Hardly Working Just as it seemed the dark clouds of recession were blowing out to sea, the December jobs report blew in and socked the U.S. economy into a fog. Only 74,000 jobs were added last month.   What is more disheartening is that because so many individuals have stopped looking for work, the unemployment rate dropped to 6.7%, heading faster toward the target number the Fed has posted time and again. However, rest assured that this is not what the Fed had in mind when they were thinking about a decline in unemployment.   "Weather is clearly playing a role and... Read more

Daily Report: Thu, 01/09/2014 - 16:29

Pop Quiz  Question 1: Does the economic recovery have anything to do with the decline in the price of gold? The answer is "probably not."    A previously undervalued equities market may have lots to do with the migration of money out of gold but the recovery proper? That's a big ixnay. If we look at the first decade of the 2000s, we find that strongest global economic growth occurred from roughly 2004 through 2007, during which time the gold price doubled from about $400 per ounce to around $800.   Does this mean the same thing will happen again? Not necessarily.... Read more

Daily Report: Wed, 01/08/2014 - 16:11

But That Was LAST Year There were no surprises concretely speaking in the FOMC's December minutes. The heart of the matter can be boiled down to this pithy overview that was contained therein:   "Participants generally anticipated that the improvement in labor market conditions would continue, and most had become more confident in that outlook. Against this backdrop, most participants saw a reduction in the pace of purchases as appropriate at this meeting and consistent with the committee's previous policy communications."   We wonder how the 1.3 long-... Read more