Submitted by Tyler Durden on 10/12/2010 08:08 -0500
It seems like it was a short month ago that UniCredit’s Jochen Hitzfeld, the most accurate gold forecaster tracked by Bloomberg in the lastthree quarters, raised his 2011 gold forecast from $1,250 to $1,400. Actually it was (link here). That target price lasted all of one month: earlier today the UniCredit analyst again revised his 2011 gold target price, this time to $1,500. As core revision catalysts UniCredit continues to see a “strong increase in investor demand” but the main driver will be continued risk aversion to “massive government stimulus measures” which have fuelled expectations of higher inflation further down the road. In other words, nothing major, just fine tuning. On the other hand, if China finally relents and admits it is indirectly hoarding gold, look for $2,000 to be the next Unicredit 2011 revised target.
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on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:11
I’m going to stick with Jim Sinclair’s call for $1650 next year.
Login or register to post comments by Kina
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:14
To buy more shares in gold miners or not. I think this makes up my mind now, each pay keep adding shares.
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on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 09:20
I’ve got a boat load on Jan 11 calls, today is a little bloody, keeping an eye on the horizon its easy to deal with. I added to my position three days ago when we had that drop and the junior minors…. its just moving to its trendline support.
Todays dollar move is Irelands noise, tomorrow will be somebody else, and sooner or later Uncle Ben will shine the spot light back on us….
… although now that Goldman has just recommended it, odds are that’s the kiss of death for gold.
Login or register to post comments by Turd Ferguson
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 10:06
For what its worth, check out this chart:
Four of the last five closes have been above the critical 520 level. Chances are the gold shares are about to take off into a significant rally.
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on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 10:48
Yeah I see it…. Its just hard agreeing with ANYTHING GS publishes to do, know what I mean.
I’m heavy GDX, GDXJ, SLW Leaps… added on the last dip, today is a little bloody, but I’ve got time built in the weather the noise as it were. You called it a few weeks back on 1300s, I agree that we have a run coming up pretty soon.
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on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:16
$150 is NOT a spike; just more hyperbole.
Login or register to post comments by rapacious rache…
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:20
since it’s Tuesday, does that mean the POMO action will kick in?
Login or register to post comments by Ratscam
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:22
A rat who left the sinking ship loves physical Gold, Silver & Platinum, everything else is a scam.
Login or register to post comments by boogey_bank
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:23
here is an excerpt of song hongbing’s “currency wars” about gold:
April 14, 2004, the family abruptly announced its withdrawal from the London gold pricing system, the
Ground-breaking news immediately shocked investors around the world. David. Rothschild explains: “We
London commodity markets (including gold) trading income in the last 5 years our business has dropped to less than
1% of total revenue, from the perspective of strategic analysis, (gold trading) is not our core business,
So we opt out of this market. ”
British “Financial Times” in April 16 once loud echo this statement, “As Keynes said, the (yellow
Gold) of the ‘barbaric relic’ is into the dust of history. When we see a respected Ross Mitchell
German family to withdraw from the gold market, and even called the most hardcore of ‘gold bugs’, the French bank also had to
Discretion of its gold reserves, gold as an investment product it has been closer to an end. ”
Coincidentally, the silver market in the Big Brother AIG Group on June 1 announced its withdrawal from the silver market pricing,
Voluntarily demoted to ordinary traders.
Two things from the inside reveals a strange.
Could Rothschild family really bearish gold? If so, why not drop in price to the 1999 pension
Lowest point in history out, but the momentum of gold and silver in 2004 rainbow quit it?
Another possibility is that the price of gold and silver will eventually be out of control, once the control scheme of gold and silver prices
Brought to light, fixing prices people will become the world’s public enemy. Early to pick any clear relationship between gold, such as
If after 10 years, gold and silver prices really be a big problem, one can not blame him Rothschild family.
Login or register to post comments by bigdumbnugly
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:28
these guys with the constant updated predictions of the gold price are beginning to sound like auctioneers. not that i mind…
Login or register to post comments by themosmitsos
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:31
Sooooo, probably time to take some profits & re-buy it ~1200 huh? 😉
Login or register to post comments by tmosley
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:35
I’m sure you mean “speculate in dollars”, since gold is real money and the dollar is a burning pile of garbage.
Login or register to post comments by Silverhog
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:40
Silver is still the sleeping giant here. 10:1 with Gold @$1650. Now that would be some news!
Login or register to post comments by Dagny Taggart
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 08:45
PMs for the holidays! Kill two birds with one stone and just buy them a bar of something. Put a pretty little ribbon around it. http://www.thepersonaltrainerswife.com
Login or register to post comments by Oh regional Indian
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 09:00
I saw it here recently and then looked it up on-line.
Most people heard of the black eagle fund? Google it. The three olympic sized swimming pool theory goes into the golden sinkhole.
Fact or fiction? Seems to matter not actually.
This one is a full reset.
Login or register to post comments by akak
on Tue, 10/12/2010 – 13:38
And in other news, after reviewing the mountains of scrap gold littering the landscape, Jon Nadler of Kitco just revised his 2011 average gold price forecast, from $645 to $560.
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