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jnafach
74 posts
msg #83115
Ignore jnafach
11/15/2009 9:18:16 PM

I did read this nice analyssis, When gold is rising in terms of all four of the most widely traded currencies, you're in a gold bull market.

Today, we're in a gold bull market.

In each of the last three months (and in six of the last 11 months), gold has risen month-over-month versus all four major currencies: the dollar, the euro, the yen, and the British pound.

The numbers are astounding...

Since 1971, gold has risen against all four currencies month-over-month 31% of the time. If you simply hold gold during the month after that happens, the compound annual gain in gold is an astonishing 34%.

so I am not sure how to design that so we get signal and buy the gold when it rises againts other curriencies and can make safer money, any ideas


Kevin_in_GA
4,549 posts
msg #83121
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
11/15/2009 9:32:50 PM

This is exactly the same as your previous post - please refrain from double posting the same question. Chet has probably read your first post. Be patient.

Kevin_in_GA
4,549 posts
msg #83122
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
11/15/2009 9:34:08 PM

BTW, have you thought of applying your current timing filter or indicator to the gold ETF (GLD)? You might want to start here.

Or use the dollar ETF (UUP) and expect gold to do the reverse.

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