Today's guest is Gary Wagner featured Trend TV author and founder of Wfgforex.com. Gary is going to share with us part 3 of his "Gold and the New Technical Triad" with traders blog readers. Be sure to comment with your thoughts on the gold market.
Gold which has been trading higher the past few weeks is, I believe, is in a correction within a corrective phase. That is to say it is going against the short term trend as it moves higher. I am fundamentally extremely bullish on gold, and in fact believe that it will surpass 1265 and trade to 1300 an ounce. However, before we get there I think we will need to weather one last correction.
In this, part three of a blog I began on may 13, 2010, we've followed gold as it now enters the final portion of this corrective phase. I believe that in the proper hands, wave theory will provide genuine and relevant market insights, and in the wrong hands will enable a lot of skeptic’s added reasons to doubt this technique. For those who have are skeptical about the relevance of Elliot wave, I hope that this blog might cause you to re-examine this technique again.
One of the most popular questions that we're asked here at MarketClub is to recommend which chart studies should be used in conjunction with one another. While we don't have an answer for this question - mainly because we realize that there is no right answer, you're in luck as today's guest blogger has developed a strategy using 3 different technical tools and described it in detail for us below.
Gary Wagner of WFGForex.com has developed a unique strategy using Elliot Waves, Fibonacci retracements, and candlesticks to gain insight on the current gold market. Since Gary received such a great response last time he was a guest, we hope that you will enjoy is newest post as well. Read about this interesting way of analyzing the market and leave your comment below.
Most market analysts will agree that supply and demand economics are a major influence on the current price of a commodity. It is however market sentiment that greatly determines the perceived future price. If one can understand, and quantify market psychology or market sentiment, one can more effectively forecast future prices. This has been the underlining assumption of Elliot Wave and Fibonacci Retracement theory. Continue reading "A New Technical Triad and Gold"→