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, 05/26/2015 - 16:35

A slightly mixed but nevertheless positive uptick in durable orders helped propel the U.S. dollar higher today. Taking out aircraft as a component meant the index was up 1% in April. Aircraft is taken out because it is volatile, orders sometimes taking years to develop and then exploding onto the graph, skewing the durables measure. The expectation was for a 0.3% rise versus the full 1% jump, (aircraft exluded). This jump added more fuel to the fire that signals a rate increase is coming this year. That’s in case you didn’t get the message from Chairwoman of the Fed, Janet Yellen, who said the... Read more

Weekly Report: Fri, 05/22/2015 - 16:17

Forget the “Dismal Science.” Everyone head for the bunkers. Pull down the metal shutters. The core CPI rose 0.3% in April, (although many would say it’s closer to 0.2% or even 0.1%). Those particulars are meaningless given the perversion of “taking out” certain items from the data. Let’s take out some different items. Or maybe all items except kumquats. Flip-flops? Handkerchiefs? The economy is a whole, organic system, not one that can be shaded and pared down. Point: data from the last twelve months through April 2015 show that, in fact, inflation is negative 0.2%. Point: while energy is... Read more

Chart This: Fri, 05/22/2015 - 10:27

Gary Wagner leads Kitco News into the long weekend with his latest thoughts on the gold market as well as the resurgence seen in the U.S. dollar. Talking on gold’s price action, Gary notes that the metal is now within the $1,182-1,221 trading range. “The fact that we’ve moved back in the range is foreboding because it seems easier to move down from here…especially with the dollar rebounding again,” he says. Tune in now to see what key levels are catching Gary’s attention and how he sees the metal set up for the short week ahead. Kitco News, May 22, 2015. 

Daily Report: Thu, 05/21/2015 - 16:03

Despite a serious assist from U.S. dollar weakness, gold fell again today, embedding itself deeper into its seemingly unbreakable long-standing range. Mixed data from the U.S. Department of Labor on weekly unemployment claims didn’t help. They fell slightly more than was anticipated. On the other hand, the four-week running average is as low as it’s been since the year 2000. Also hampering gold’s rise is a habit that has become destiny. Profit takers are grabbing their share of gains when the price gets near the top of the range. "We had a good run up and every rally is seen as an opportunity... Read more