Big Cycle Date for Gold This Week

By: David Nichols | Mon, Nov 9, 2009
Print Email

Gold arrives this week at a potentially significant cycle date, having already traveled over $200 up from an equivalent date back in July.

This has been a particularly powerful and profitable cycle to the upside. And I think it is just the warm-up act for an epic run in gold.

But right now -- this week -- it's time to pay close attention for the cycle to switch into a corrective period.

Fortunately, knowing about this dominant timing cycle in gold also gives us a very good idea about how long a corrective period will last. And once I see how any initial reversal pattern develops, I should have a good understanding about the potential extent of any pull-back.

To learn more about this dominant timing cycle in gold -- as well as equity markets --you can sign up for our free trial offer and read the detailed Special Report.

Trial subscribers also receive 30-days of daily updates on gold and equity markets.



David Nichols

Author: David Nichols

David Nichols
Fractal Gold Report

David Nichols

David Nichols publishes the Fractal Gold Report, a daily report covering the gold market using proprietary techniques that go beyond technical and fundamental analysis. The Fractal Gold Report is available by subscription here. Fractal Gold Report Disclosure.

David Nichols is a graduate of Yale University and a leader in the emerging field of fractal market analysis. This pioneering analytical approach studies the markets as chaotic, non-linear systems, addressing the predictability in financial markets. Fractal market analysis discovers the order hidden within the seemingly random chaos of the markets.

David is the editor of the Fractal Market Report and the Fractal Gold Report, daily subscription newsletters written in an easy-to-understand style that cover the markets using his proprietary techniques that go beyond technical and fundamental analysis.

Copyright © 2008-2016 Fractal Gold Report. All Rights Reserved.

All Images, XHTML Renderings, and Source Code Copyright ©