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The annual Jackson Hole Symposium, a gathering of central bankers, economists, and financial institutions, will see its first ever virtual conference this week, and will likely set the tone for further U.S. dollar depreciation, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.
 

Gold prices saw their worst daily drop since 2013 on Tuesday. This sharp pullback was due to profit taking and did not detract from the long-term bullish picture, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com. “Personally, I do not believe it’s the end of a bull rally. We have entered some sort of a correction.

Silver investors and traders have been buying the white metal with a frenzy, with price growth outpacing that of gold, and the gold-silver ratio narrowing as a result.
 
A large driving force behind recent momentum is the resurgence of generalist investor interest in the sector, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.
 

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Gold prices could be expected to surpass the $1,800 an ounce mark by third or fourth quarter of this year, with near term signals remaining bullish, this according to Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.
 

Gold prices may have bottomed, and it’s only a matter of time before the next leg-up in prices take effect, this according to Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.

Gold prices should be targeting as high as $1,650 to $1,700 an ounce by the first quarter of next year, but fundamental events need to be pushing the yellow in the right direction, this according to Gary Wagner, editor of thegoldforecast.com.

As the trade war between the U.S. and China escalates, all eyes are on how the economy will respond, and one expert said that gold will come out as a beneficiary.

Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com, said that as the U.S. prepares to enact 25% tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, gold could rally in the long-term due to the tariff’ inflationary impacts.

KITCO NEWS

Published on Mar 24, 2019

Gold has a hit a “critical” area of $1,178 an ounce due to technical factors, said Gary Wagner, editor of TheGoldForecast.com.

“If it breaks below that, I think it will go to $1,124, and if it holds in this area, our next resistance point is going to be back at $1,200,” Wagner told Kitco News.