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Gold – Weekly COT Index 30th March 2009

No real change since last week other than commercials still selling into a rising market, although the volume of contracts has substantially reduced in the futures market since this time last year.  As an example this time last year  the total number of positions was...

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COT Index Gold – 23rd March 2009

The bullish momentum of gold seems to have remained in place with the COT index for this week showing only a minor fall back from the last two weeks, which reflects the pull back in spot gold prices. Assuming the trend continues, then we should...

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COT Index Crude Oil – 16th March 2009

The weekly chart for crude oil futures, shows little change in the COT index data, with a very low reading once again, suggesting that we are reaching a turning point for the daily oil price, and it would not be a surprise to see oil...

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COT Index Silver – 16th March 2009

The COT index for silver show little change on last week, with a small change in the contract positions as as result of the decline in the spot silver price last week. Unless this decline continues for the next few weeks, then I would suggest...

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COT Index Gold – 16th March 2009

The weekly COT index chart for gold, shows little change on last week suggesting that the trend for spot gold prices is to move higher, with the commercials showing a slight decline as the spot price fell from $1000 per ounce to close the week...

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COT Index Silver – 6th March 2009

Much the same applies to silver as to gold, with the index suggesting that silver has further to run in the current bull rally, despite the pullback that we saw in the candle spot silver price charts last week. With the index in the low...

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COT Index – Gold 6th March 2009

The COT index for gold shows that the rally in the price of gold seems set to continue for some time yet, with last weeks data showing a slight pullback from the rally of the last few weeks, which is reflected in the spot market....

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