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The scale of U.S. deficits, growing impact of oil-driven inflation and rising investor interest within gold and the precious complex seem set to take us to $600 and beyond within the foreseeable future.
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#Gold

Gold has failed to match the lofty highs of $451.50 seen during Asian [overnight] trade, drifting back under the $450 level in European trade as players monitored the movements in the currencies.
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#Gold

Gold is looking set for more sideways trade.
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#Gold

Oil-driven inflation concerns seem set once again to propel the gold market higher with fund players keen to push the market in their favor.
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#Gold

With the central bank of Argentina hinting they might be buying, all the pieces are coming together to make a bullish picture for gold.
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#Argentina

Volatile price movements look set to become the norm short to mid-term, as geo-political tensions and whippy currency and oil movements trigger a rush of speculative interest in either direction.
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#Currency

The combination of early closes, thin volumes and end-of-year book squaring are set to keep volatility high, but with gold set to close above $500/oz, the prospects of further gains in 2006 are looking very strong indeed.
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#Books And Reading

From a technical point of view, the current correction is positive for the longer-term bull run and should give the metal the legs to clear the current 25-year high ... and push on towards $600.
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#Correction

Funds are liquidating positions in gold because they are expecting higher interest rates in the U.S..
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#Gold

It just underlies how nervous the market is. Some still think that the market needs another correction before continuing higher.
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#Correction

There's a certain amount of uncertainty in all the work that we do, and until we go there and physically excavate the area, we can only make estimates.
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#Uncertainty

Offers have emerged overnight with gold so far matching yesterday's low but with early closes in London and New York today and both markets shut tomorrow for Good Friday, traders are going to be reluctant to go home short given the heightened geopolitical climate.
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#Gold

Gold looks set to remain in its current uptrend for the moment, with fresh investment interest keen to drive the market higher,
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#Gold

Despite the risk of a downwards correction, similar to that seen at the start of 2005, the outlook for the precious complex remains very upbeat with the combination of positive supply and demand fundamentals, good physical and growing investor demand set to push the metal beyond the $541/oz high seen in early December and continue the bull-trend across the year.
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#Correction

The risk of a downward correction is still quite high.
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#Correction

For the moment gold should continue to find support above the $500/oz level with interim support pegged at $512/oz to $505/oz, while resistance is pegged at $518/oz to $525/oz.
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#Gold

Gold has found follow through buying in the post-COMEX and Asian sessions which has led it to a fresh 25-year high of $570.50/oz and in the current climate of inflationary concerns due to rising energy costs and geo-political uncertainties, particularly in the Middle-East, gold looks set to continue higher, targeting $575/oz and potentially $600/oz in the short-to medium term.
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#Gold

This bill will save Vermonters about $130 million on their energy bills by 2020.
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#Energy

For the moment support should continue to be found back at $545/oz to $548/oz while resistance is seen at $560/oz to $565/oz.
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#Support

We came to see trains.
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#Train

I don't see the Democratic primary taking off at this point. Until we see Hill and Sorenson raising serious money to get out serious messages, I don't think it's a strong race.
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#Money

It's not like giving an antibiotic or doing a surgical procedure.
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#Giving

It's a profound mental illness with multiple levels of expression.
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#Expression

The bulls still appear to have the most ammunition at the moment and seem set to test $600 sooner rather than later as concerns over the dollar, oil and geopolitical tension draw investors to the market.
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#Ammunition

Gold should find temporary resistance around $572 but a re-test of January's $575 high now appears imminent with resistance above now expected at $578/$582.
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#Gold

Strike action in Mexico has certainly given the market a bullish boost.
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#Action

The absence of upside momentum suggests a period of consolidation may be necessary before gold continues towards $600.
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#Absence

A sudden increase in geopolitical tensions or a fresh bout of speculative/investor buying still has the potential to force a test of $600.
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#Force

A breach of the psychological $600 is likely to have a knock on effect, drawing fresh investor interest towards the market.
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#Interest

More than anything else, Betsy showed me patience. She had the ability to allow for a full discussion at our meetings, and that is something we want to emulate.
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#Ability