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Something is going on with gold (source goldhub)
"Central banks bought 224.4t of gold in Q2 2019. This took H1 buying to 374.1t – the largest net H1 increase in global gold reserves in our 19-year quarterly data series. Buying was again spread across a diverse range of – largely emerging market – countries.
Holdings of gold-backed ETFs grew 67.2t in Q2 to a six-year high of 2,548t. The main factors driving inflows into the sector were continued geopolitical instability, expectation of lower interest rates, and the rallying gold price in June"

After Powell's comments yesterday gold went down but 1h20 before closing of WST, volume are +366% in comparison to an average at a similar time of the day (Barchart data) and I join the 1h graph (on top of that oil is sinking)...
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All back to normal. Fed day was overloaded with expectations and trembling fingers. GC printed WRB with close in upper 10%,

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Thanks for the feedback.
Going nicely for Gold, Silver and not as well as I would like for Platinum but of course the collateral damage of Trump's current decision on +10% on the Chinese goods that were not yet subject to tariffs from 1st September is Copper...
2.55 needs to hold for me for the option contract expiring in November...
I am not completely pessimistic and I still think it can hold. We are maybe at a bottom. I will intervene below 2.5
COT is still bullish
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