Gold Is Going To $800

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Thu, May 30, 2013 - 11:28am

(The reverse psychology test from yesterday is working so well, I thought I'd better keep it going!)

Well, isn't this nice? A genuine, bona fide rally! What's the deal? I imagine that much of this is being driven by new long interest in gold...well, not that new. As we approach June13 contract expiration, we have seen a bunch of contract holders sell but not immediately roll into August. In fact, total open interest in gold fell by 24,000 contracts on Tuesday alone as June contracts were sold and/or covered.

So today, with price rallying, those longs who sold Tuesday or late last week and didn't immediately roll because they had hoped for lower prices before getting back in, are suddenly rushing back in and we're up over $20 as I type. Hey, whatever...we'll take it. So now, what?

Take a look at these charts. On the daily chart, notice the undeniably pretty double bottom at $1350. All along, Andy has been reporting very heavy buying interest and huge pending orders at and below $1350. Well, it certainly looks like he was accurate because every time the paper bears tried to break price down below that level, price almost immediately reversed and moved higher, no doubt on the back of bullion bank buying which hoped to keep those orders from filling. Now, not only does the daily chart look compelling, look at the shorter 4-hour chart, too. We had that spike high of $1413.30 last Wednesday as The Bernank's prepared remarks were released. You'll recall that price then collapsed amidst all the nonsense talk of "tapering". Well, lookyhere. We are right up against that level as I type. A move through and close above would be very bullish and would set the table for a move back toward the early-May highs just below $1500.

To bring all of this in line with yesterday's post...Part of the move today can be traced back to some lousy jobless claims and other data released earlier today. Yesterday's post carried the theme that the data was about to turn worse and all the talk of tapering was going to fade away. What I postulated yesterday was the possibility that price could be shaken out one more time before the BLSBS next Friday. It could still happen but, obviously, today's action makes it less likely.

Turning to silver, it too is rallying today, though not as aggressively as gold. This is also likely due to expiration as silver didn't/doesn't have as much "dry powder" on the sidelines at this moment. Regardless, look at these charts. First, note that $22 silver is very much like $1350 gold...a very solid floor. Outside of the nonsense shenanigans of two Sundays ago, $22 has held very well. Now, can it get up and go to the upside? Well, like gold, let's watch the spike high from last Wednesday for clues. IF silver can move decisively through the $23.30 area, fresh shorts will begin to cover more aggressively and we'll see a quick move toward $24. From there, the next target is the $24.84 high of 4/26.

Getting back to the open interest numbers, tomorrow's CoT is going to be a doozy. Tuesday was CoT survey day but it was also option expiration for the June13 which goes off the board on tomorrow. As mentioned above, almost all of the paper traders are currently liquidating June positions and rolling them into August and beyond. So, for the reporting week, though the price of gold was up a whopping $1.30, the total Comex open interest fell by almost 8% or 35,000 contracts. That's a lot. I'm very much looking forward to seeing who was buying/covering and who was selling. The silver CoT will be fun, too, as price fell by 25¢ but total OI also fell by about 3,500. Again, who was selling/covering/buying? We'll see. Only have to wait another 28 hours. Grrrr...

Finally, LOTS of interesting stuff emanating from the MENA again today. Just a few days ago, Russia pledged to send S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Syria and, from the looks of things, they're already there: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-30/first-shipment-russian-s-300-rockets-arrives-syria but debka claims that they're not: https://www.debka.com/article/23002/Israeli-intelligence-denies-first-Russian-S-300s-arrive-in-Syria---contrary-to-Assad’s-claim-. Either way, this entire situation is getting stickier by the hour. Now, you may ask what this has to do with a PM-related website but I can assure you, if things get out of control in the MENA, there ain't gonna be any imminent QE tapering, that's for sure. So we're going to continue to watch this closely. One "tell" will be the price of crude. It has magically stayed below the trendline drawn on this chart since the QE∞ announcement last September. If/when is busts through, you'll know something is up, whether or not Syria is "fixed".

And all this talk about World War III has me thinking this morning about a book I read six or seven years ago. It's one of those novels that try to intertwine current events into a fictional format. This one dealt with war in the MENA and looked at it through the prism of The Old Testament prophecies of Ezekiel. Look, it's not for everybody and I certainly don't mean to turn this thread into a religious debate...but I get asked for book recommendations all the time and this is a fun and timely read. You should pick it up before heading out for vacation or to the beach.

OK, that's all for now. As I close I see that the metals are still hanging in there at $1415 and $23. Keep your fingers crossed.

TF

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  184 Comments

tyberious
May 30, 2013 - 2:07pm

@brokerk22

That explains his two hat tips! LOL

القراع عصفور
May 30, 2013 - 2:10pm

give it a rest

thanks.


May 30, 2013 - 2:10pm

@Orange

"The elder Todashev displayed photographs of his son’s body — apparently the same pictures as those shown by the younger man’s widow at a Florida news conference Wednesday evening — that he said show six shots to the body and a “control” shot to the back of the head."

Yeah, an especially ugly 'suicide', to be sure. But he became violent during questioning, and had to be restrained, dontcha know?

Burlson spoke quickly, and Larry saw that he was scared. "I want you to know that this is not my idea."

"Nothing around here is, as far as I can see," Larry said. "Who was killed yesterday?"

"Bateman," Burlson said, dropping his eyes. "Trying to escape."

"Trying to escape," Larry murmured. He began to laugh. Rat-Man joined him, mocked him. They laughed together.

The cell door opened. Burlson stepped forward with the cuffs. Larry offered no resistance; only put out his wrists. Burlson attached the bracelets.

"Trying to escape," Larry said. "One of these days you'll be shot trying to escape, Burlson." His eyes flicked toward the pirate. "You too, Ratty. Just shot trying to escape." He began to laugh again, and this time Rat-Man didn't join him."

The Stand by Stephen King

A very interesting, thoughtful look at humankind near the end. Long, but IMHO worthwhile.

ballyale Louie
May 30, 2013 - 2:13pm

@ballyale Thou shalt not kill

It just shows how immoral Islam is and how totally corrupt Islamic Mafia "leaders" are.

While the basic tenet of Islam is that there is one and only one God is rational (though it's really outdated scientifically), as compared to Christianity's God the farther, the son, and the Holy Spirit, the rest of it's religious demands are only of a personal preference, not a religious one that one actually adopts within the religion.

The conclusion is that once peaceful moral tenets become religions are taken over by state entities, they become corrupted by powerful interests for their own interests, and not the founding religious devotees.

The morals that are embodied into the Constitution is a semi religious document. It has been corrupted and undermined over the last 20 years in an systematic fashion, just like Islam and Christianity.

We, the people, are now engaged against the corrupt Powers that Be, to take back our gov't from corrupt Senators, Congress and the President. The huge amount of money poured into the MSM to support one EE or the EE simply blinds the public from a true choice.

I do believe that there will be a turning point. It will be a decade out or more, by which time, the US. will have lost much of it's power, and the US populace will be a third world country.

Bally.

SilverSurfers
May 30, 2013 - 2:13pm

Suggestion

Hatter Volunteers for a Turd Pod Cast, having two professional degrees, BS JD, with tons of actual experience, and wearing 5 hats, can explain a proposed action to take down the manipulator, ball is in Turd's court, would have to buy a mic and relearn mic usage on Windows 2000, but figure Turd would know that stuff, radio shack is handy for the mic, one would think, yours could provide a talking points simple sheet from which to ask questions in a particular enlightening sequence for smooth flow, great VC marketing tool.

Bon Jovi - Livin' On A Prayer
Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze of Glory

In 1970, a neighbor said to me, I bet this world awfully slow for you, and seeing EPIC with boys over the weekend, brought it home.

Swineflogger
May 30, 2013 - 2:15pm

@Turd - Religiousity

Hey Kidz. Let's move the religion debates to the forums.

Turd I just found my dusty old copy of Joel's book. The copyright date is 2005. Time for a good re-reading.

Have a nice day.

SilverSurfers
May 30, 2013 - 2:16pm

@ Green Light

That is the notorious dictator of Alpha Empires, Alpha Galaxies, and a sneaky double crosser, to boot, commanding the 13th Wolf Guard, his predecessor, Rukis was an honorable man, Halo is not.

Irene
May 30, 2013 - 2:18pm

@nonoverlapping....

If you were utterly convinced, then shouldn't you want prices to drop hard and often so that you can buy at a discount?

If you're a stacker that does not necessarily follow. It depends on the size of your stack and how much you have available to invest in new purchases. If the size of your stack is much larger relative to the amount of funds you have available for new purchases, you would generally prefer price increases over price decreases in most instances.

Mickey
May 30, 2013 - 2:22pm

gold to 800-is gold splitting 2:1?

interesting day today.

after yesterdays up day.

I'd be happy to see a flat day tomorrow for end of month.

Mickey
May 30, 2013 - 2:24pm

Hey Gold Dog: how about dem Hawks?

starting to play to their expectations

TeaDrinker
May 30, 2013 - 2:33pm

Guns 'n God

Southern Cross - How can you profess to be a staunch God botherer and a lover of weapons of the automatic variety ??

There is only ONE use for an automatic rifle and that is to KILL YOUR FELLOW MAN OR WOMAN.

How does your religion justify this juxtaposition??

No answer required, just ask yourself.

TD

Howard Roark
May 30, 2013 - 2:35pm

Months ahead

Maybe the MSM and EE have to work hard the next months to hide the signals.

At KWN - KBarron:

“I had been telling you about the enormous physical demand for both gold and silver and now these markets are beginning to respond. Both markets are doing very well today on continued US dollar weakness. We are also continuing to see tremendous physical demand around the world for both gold and silver.

We are getting into the summer and what is considered to be a slower time period, but there is a lot of European debt that is coming due this summer. It will be interesting to see if it is going to get rolled over, and if it does get rolled over, on what terms?

Some of these European countries have been having a very hard time selling their bonds. This debt problem will be very constructive for the metals during the normally calm summer months. Usually we don’t see much activity in the precious metals during the summer, but we did last year and we may well have an interesting summer in the metals again this year."

Here in Euroland the countries in (most) stress got a bigger time window for correcting the deficits - meaning THE PARTY CONTINUES.

And in Portugal in the last few days there as been happening some interesting meetings envolving banksters, businessmen (next to government budget) and politicians (promoted by some of the majors MSM agencies!!!) trying to sell that: "everything is just fine, because we´re on our way to recovery".

At the same time, there as gaining momentum a book that argues that Portugal should leave the euro. It´s in his 4th edition! In a few months...

Huuuummmm the summer...

HR

(edit): and the president of the major bank (CGD - public sector bank) quit yesterday! things that make you go huuuummmmm!!!

punchbowl
May 30, 2013 - 2:35pm

JY

Don't forget there was an FBI agent injured during the interrogation. But don't worry he didnt require hospitalization.

Nana
May 30, 2013 - 2:39pm

The Final Nail In America’s Financial Coffin

https://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2013/05/30/the-final-nail-in-americas...

Our government is broke, in fact they are beyond

broke since the 2008-09 decision was made to cover the derivative debt losses of the criminal banksters. As a result of their financial desperation, the government, on behalf of Wall Street, has become increasingly desperate, aggressive and criminal.

There can be no doubt that most of the aware among us are cognizant of the ongoing government discussions being held about their intentions of requiring every U.S. citizen to put at least a portion of their retirement savings into a government-controlled retirement accounts regardless of whether they have your approval or not.

As I have reported before, Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew, has announced that he is “borrowing” from federal pension funds this summer in order to help the federal government meet its debt obligations. Since the national deficit is $17 trillion dollars and the unfunded federal mandated liabilities will exceed $200 trillion dollars in one year, these victimized federal workers will never see their full retirement. And if you find yourself breathing a sigh of relief because you do not work for the federal government, you have sadly deluded yourself because the government mafia is coming after all forms of retirement accounts, both pension funds and invested retirements (e.g. 401k’s).

Read rest of article via link.

ClinkinKY
May 30, 2013 - 2:41pm
Jager06
May 30, 2013 - 2:44pm

Interesting

How those who espouse faith get hammered by those desperate atheists who want everyone to know they are "enlightened".

Yet when the those claiming atheist views speak up, they are not hounded for speaking.

Double standard much? What happened to allowing enough room in your worldview for those whose opinions or beliefs do not coincide with your own?

Just making an observation, but it seems that inside every liberal atheist is a totalitarian screaming to be released.

As for metals, I am buying. As usual.

Thanks to Turd for planting the negative sentiments into the www. scanning algos. Thus allowing them to "counter" the sentiment trend. In our favor of course!

Willy
May 30, 2013 - 2:47pm

Another FUBM in Crude today. 

Another FUBM in Crude today. It's almost a daily event.

On another note, today is the first day I can recall in a long time that the miners had back to back strong days. It's a drop in bucket given where we've gone over the past 18 or so months a strong 2 day rise feels great!

I really do think that if this sector gets a little mojo back people will flood into it. I believe a few of America's biggest Corporations have bigger market caps than the HUI and/or the GDX. I think I read that a while ago. Today it's likely a fraction? If money floods into the miners they will explode!!

Wizard
May 30, 2013 - 2:48pm

Wishing for lower prices on metals

I wish for it daily (Sorry Guys) When the price comes down I make the rounds to the Local Coin Shops with a smile on my face and a song in my heart.

My personal outlook on the whole Silver thing is "Anything under $50.00 an oz. is a gift, Anything under $30.00 is Christmas morning.

Right now it is a combination of Christmas Morning and my Birthday rolled into one.

And I believe it is actually Turd that first introduced me to BTFD From and I took it wholly to heart.

question
May 30, 2013 - 2:48pm

Hatter Volunteers for a Turd Pod Cast

I, 4 1, 2nd that; would be most interesting. Quite a resume. Jim Willie sort of but amped up and with, possibly, actionable (with sufficient $ backing; heck, what's a few mills among friends) goals in real time.

Must be a way to convince/force the justice dept. (oxymoron?) to act on this bow-tied package though but that's probably already been thought out eh?

@ Mr. Fix, thanks for your 'splaining post earlier which prompted me to check out Mad5Hatter 's profile; lets a little light shine on the otherwise mostly inscrutable postings.

Turdistan really is a sanctuary; as always thanks to Turd for it's being here for us

ballyale
May 30, 2013 - 2:50pm

It's the MBS STUPID!!!

A large amount of the Fed buying of the MBS securities from the EE Banks have allowed them to short the PM's. Imo, that is why even in the inflationary printing, which should have been bullish to the PM's, it wasn't.

I'm guessing that, that was the deal with the EE. We'll give you free money and buy back your failed MBS at $1 for what you bought them with, regardless their real value, and then you both pomp up the stock market and suppress the PMs and the PM miners.

Deal accomplished.

When will the deal be reneged, when the survival of the banks hang on the balance and they know, there will be no more bailout from the CBs but only bailins to rob every dollar from depositors.

Like all Bank failures, it happens in the dead of the night, like Nazi raids.

Bally.

Teach
May 30, 2013 - 2:55pm

Hallelujah!!

The metals are up! And just fer those seeking enlightenment: https://www.thecontroversialfiles.net/2013/03/brazilian-pastor-arrested-for.html

tyberious
May 30, 2013 - 2:55pm

Jim Rogers: 'Nobody gets out

Jim Rogers: 'Nobody gets out of this situation until there’s a crisis'

2013-MAY-30

The following is GoldMoney contributing author Felix Moreno's interview with famed investor Jim Rogers. We hope you enjoy it.

Félix Moreno: Please tell us about your new book, Street Smarts. What was your motivation for writing it?

Jim Rogers: To my surprise people tell me it’s my best book. I never would have expected this reaction. I’ve written a few books about specific things, but my publisher said, “look, you’ve never sort of pulled it together: how did you get from the backwoods of Alabama to Singapore” – among a few things. I had a few setbacks along the way, and a couple of successes. So I sat down to put it all together in the book, how it all worked and everything seemed to be worth it. Some people seem to enjoy it, to my delight.

FM: I enjoyed it – I especially liked the story about your start at the Quantum Fund and your trading days, before retiring at 37. I also enjoyed your book Hot Commodities, in which you talk a lot about the current bull market in commodities. You set up your commodity index fund in 1999?

JR: It started on August 1 1998. The first bull year was 1999.

FM: You always say in your interviews that you are not a very good market timer, but I beg to differ. I’d like to turn to gold: you are one of the few gold bulls who had actually been calling for a correction in the past few months, or at least saying that we were in a correction and that, even though you were very optimistic in the long term, we should expect lower prices now. You must feel vindicated now.

JR: Every once in a while I get it right. Even I get it right sometimes. Vindicated? I don’t take any great pleasure in it. I just talk about the way the world works. It’s reality. Unfortunately some people don’t like to see how the world works, but yes, I did happen to get it right this time.

FM: So what is your opinion on the current state of the gold bull market. You’ve said repeatedly that you expect it to go much higher this decade. How do you see it right now?

JR: Unfortunately from my point of view, and I own gold and haven’t sold any, we are in a long overdue and much needed correction. The anomaly was that gold had been up 12 years in a row. That’s not normal, typical action. It’s abnormal, which worries me and should worry all the gold bulls. It has now corrected for some 18 to 20 months now. I find that encouraging. I mean, I don’t know, because I’m not a very good market timer, but I do know that most corrections go on long enough to scare a lot of people and scare them out of their positions, and that’s what I would expect to happen.

I’ve had people write to me and say: “gold cannot go down 30%”, and I say: “turn on your computer. It’s there.” There are a lot of mystics that are still true believers. Until it scares a lot of people the correction is not over. I would certainly like the correction to be over this afternoon and see gold go to $2,000 or to $3,000, but that’s not reality.

FM: You are one of the few well-known investors who actually says when he is buying or selling something. Most are scared of giving away their secret formula. What percentage of your portfolio is in precious metals?

JR: First of all I won’t say, but second of all I don’t know. I don’t have a committee that I have to answer to, so I don’t have a clue. I do know that I own a fair amount of precious metals, I’ve been buying them for years and I never sold them.

https://www.goldmoney.com/gold-research/newsdesk/jim-rogers-interview.html

The Watchman
May 30, 2013 - 2:59pm

Great Story-From ZH Poster

If you start with a cage containing five monkeys and inside the cage, hang a banana on a string from the top and then you place a set of stairs under the banana, before long a monkey will go to the stairs and climb toward the banana.

As soon as he touches the stairs, you spray all the other monkeys with cold water.

After a while another monkey makes an attempt with same result ... all the other monkeys are sprayed with cold water. Pretty soon when another monkey tries to climb the stairs, the other monkeys will try to prevent it.

Now, put the cold water away.

Remove one monkey from the cage and replace it with a new one.

The new monkey sees the banana and attempts to climb the
stairs. To his shock, all of the other monkeys beat the crap out of him. After another attempt and attack, he knows that if he tries to climb the stairs he will be assaulted.

Next, remove another of the original five monkeys, replacing it with a new one.

The newcomer goes to the stairs and is attacked. The previous newcomer takes part in the punishment...... with enthusiasm, because he is now part of the "team".

Then, replace a third original monkey with a new one, followed by the fourth, then the fifth. Every time the newest monkey takes to the stairs, he is attacked.

Now, the monkeys that are beating him up have no idea why they were not permitted to climb the stairs. Neither do they know why they are participating in the beating of the newest monkey.

Finally, having replaced all of the original monkeys, none of the remaining monkeys will have ever been sprayed with cold water. Nevertheless, not one of the monkeys will try to climb the stairway for the banana.

Why, you ask? Because in their minds...that is the way it has
always been!

This, my friends, is how Congress operates... and this is why,
from time to time:

ALL of the monkeys need to be REPLACED AT THE SAME TIME.

Zoltan
May 30, 2013 - 3:01pm

Gotta Love Numbers Like This

XAU 108.72 +4.69
HUI 276.14 +12.48
JSE Gold 1,511.14 +151.44
GOX 118.21 +4.99
TSX Gold 203.96 +8.36

If this keeps up for a few days I might actually peek at my investment portfolio.

10% in the juniors can put a smile on anyones face.

Z

Jager06 TeaDrinker
May 30, 2013 - 3:02pm

@ TeaDrinker

How about to defend yourself from the "well regulated militia" necessary for a government to protect its citizens interest? In case you don't know, that well regulated militia would be a standing army. And a free citizen should have the duty to see that the government does not overstep its bounds, and to do so would require the same weaponry as the well regulated militia itself.

Just to put 2 and 2 together for you, governments don't come to your door and ask you to comply when they overstep their bounds. They typically send the army to dominate you through brute force. After passing laws to empower themselves to your detriment.

Fight for freedom or be led to the slaughter by those who have your best intentions at heart (who happen to be the only ones deserving of an automatic weapon in your opinion). Your chosen path is clear. Trust the .gov to do all the heavy lifting and thinking for you.

How about leaving your peers room to choose as well?

Or do you demand government regulation for our own best interests? How then shall they throw off the bonds of tyranny, should it become necessary?

Perhaps we should surrender our PMs and retirement funds now. The .gov can do a much better job of protecting the value of our assets, and knows just what we need to get through our sunset years!

You are another totalitarian. Go back to your hovel and slave on for your loving masters would you? Leave the rest of us to our independence.

NonoverlappingMagicCereal
May 30, 2013 - 3:08pm

@Irene

It depends on the size of your stack and how much you have available to invest in new purchases. If the size of your stack is much larger relative to the amount of funds you have available for new purchases, you would generally prefer price increases over price decreases in most instances.

You certainly want prices to be up by whenever you need to start living off them, but I would hope that no one has money in PMs that they need in anything resembling the near-term. PMs are way too volatile to roll the dice on that.

The Watchman
May 30, 2013 - 3:22pm
kingboo
May 30, 2013 - 3:24pm

Turd needs to become a "cereal-killer"

Honestly.....its gotten old.. Get rid of this douchebag

Bugzy
May 30, 2013 - 3:24pm

Still here then?

We believe that Gold is not simply a dice roll. We strongly believe they will go higher - or rather, everything else will fall away from it.

You hope we do not have too much Gold. Sorry to disappoint - I have loads of the stuff; Silver too

Go away!

ctob
May 30, 2013 - 3:26pm

One more raid

Making the call now. One more raid near mid or beginning of July. No fancy graphs. No fancy analysis. Simply based on the idea that the pattern of last two will happen once more. 2 months sideways then raid. Also it will have two phases just like april and feb. And if I am wrong I will make your subscription to my newsletter free for a year.

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