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After Friday’s big move, could $1,000 gold still be in the cards for 2015? Gold ended the week up 2% after coming close to a six-year low earlier in the week. Despite Friday’s price action, Gary Wagner, editor of, said that $1,000 gold cannot be ruled out.

As gold prices continue to struggle following Thursday’s fall to a near 5.5-year low, one technician says he wouldn’t be surprised to see the metal move lower.

Published on Oct 13, 2015

Published on Oct 2, 2015

Although gold prices roared higher Friday in the immediate aftermath of surprisingly weak nonfarm payrolls data, one analyst says he still needs to see technical evidence in the market to become bullish long-term. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 142,000 jobs were created in September, well below expectations of 200,000 jobs.

After hitting a four-week high earlier this week, gold was down on Friday but was still preparing to end its second consecutive week in positive territory, showing gains of 0.5%. Spot gold was last down $6.10 at 1148.00 an ounce. Gary Wagner, editor of told Kitco News on Friday that an ‘interesting scenario,’ is brewing for the metal.