GOLD!


December ‘21 gold futures are rapidly rising on higher than expected CPI data. Gold has struggled for some time to show any significant strength from the inflation story as the sentiment has been that it will be a transitory event and there are still better places to put your cash. However, after yesterday’s PPI and today’s CPI data the markets are having to face up to the fact that the situation is not improving as quickly as hoped. There is also support based on concerns of another possibly defaulted payment by Evergrande in the face of a weak Chinese property sector. From a technical perspective gold has broken out above a significant resistance point on the daily charts and is now above the trading range it has been locked in since June. This is bullish. Gold has managed to achieve this on a day when the dollar is also going up. This is also bullish. I haven’t been particularly excited by gold outside of short term trades for most of this year. However, If gold can close above resistance and stay outside of the range it has been trapped in, there is a good chance to see this rally follow through and continue. Should we see this market turn bullish I would recommend keeping an eye on interest rates. If the Fed decides to become more aggressive it could pull the rug out from under gold.



Eric Scoles

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