The technical roadmap for silver is mixed over the short-term but is setting up positively for late-2018.
We are on alert for what is going to be a significant breakout of gold priced in Japanese yen terms. It could have an impact on gold as priced in the USD.
The turning of the calendar gives us the opportunity to review gold price.
For the week, gold rose $21 or 1.7% to close at $1,279 as of the last trade on the New York COMEX on Friday afternoon. Let's take a look.
We anticipate gold has just formed an important price low in the $1,240 region last week. A period of consolidation with an upward bias is expected.
This Fed decision is due Wednesday at 2 pm EST. Will gold be forming another important low in the surrounding days?
In November, gold price saw its single-highest ever monthly trading volume on the New York COMEX exchange.
To a large extent then, silver prices are going to be pushed or pulled in the general direction of the broader industrial commodities at this juncture.
We continue to see a steady stream of evidence showing that high-powered money is entering the gold market in record numbers.