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Archive for April 2009


Market Commentary
Gold opened at 896.50/897.50 and quickly rallied on short covering before
key economic data, peaking at 902.00/903.00. Annualized GDP fell below expectation causing the equity markets to slip and gold followed. The metal dipped to an intraday low of 895.20/896.20 before gaining momentum on the back of a weaker USD. Resistance was found near 900.00 and it traded lightly for the remainder of the session as investors stepped back before the FOMC rate decision. The session quietly unwound at 900.00/901.00. As expected the rate was left unchanged and gold was swept lower, triggering stops through 900 usd/oz, reaching an after-the market low of 892.00/893.00.

Technical Commentary
Gold is back at 900 following yesterdays technical drop to 885. We are neutral at this point but are closely monitoring the large trend line resistance that now comes in at 912 and dropping. This line is drawn off 1006, 966 and 918. We would view a move above 918 as bullish leading to another test on 966. The neutral view is also open to a break of 885 testing major support at 866.

Technical Level

Pivot – 898.57

Primary Support (Buy) – 878.58

Primary Resistance (Sell) – 912.83

Technical News

At the end of last week China announced that it had nearly doubled (76% to be exact) its official Gold Reserves as held by its central bank. The announcement topped off a 5 percent climb in price for the week, from which profit-taking by traders has set in over the past few days. This author deems the Chinese announcement to be one of those rare watershed moments in time of such significance that the truly appropriate course of action should not be that of traders cashing out with paper profits but rather that of accumulators “golding in” with physical metal. As we work our way toward the articles dealing with the expansion of China’s gold reserves, we’ll broaden our view of the news to include a barest smattering of articles released earlier this month — just enough to help build some useful context for the monetary evolution that is continuing to unfold in an ever-more public manner.


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Market Commentary – 28/4/2009

Gold opened at 911.00/913.00 in New York. The metal came under pressure as the session began slipping to an intraday low of 903.75/905.75. It recovered and briefly spiked to a high of 913.00/915.00 as the Comex was evacuated on news of low flying passenger plane being followed by a US fighter over Manhattan. However it was later reported to be a military exercise and the metal quickly retreated, finding support near 907.00. It traded lightly for the remainder of the day, finally settling at 906.00/908.00.

Technical Commentary
Gold broke back down below our key technical pivot at 900 triggering stop losses. The unit currently sits at 891. We must respect the channel top of Gold which came in at 918 on Friday and stopped the unit in its tracks. That line comes in today at 914 (drawn off 1006, 966, 918). The break back below 900 has cancelled the double bottom call for 934. We are neutral with first major support seen at 866 multi April lows.

Gold prices have been consolidating following the rally to
$1,006/oz in February, but despite some bullish developments,
prices have not managed to find upward momentum.

  • Investors added a further 118 tonnes to the Gold ETFs in March,
    but we note daily additions have now started to slow.
  • Quantitative easing should boost investment demand for Gold over
    the medium term, but a relief rally in equities in the short term,
    may prompt a reduction in safe haven buying of Gold.
  • Prices may dip further in the short term, but expect dips to attract
    good scale down buying.

Silver has mirrored the performance in Gold, but if anything is
finding more support as industrial metals are in demand.

  • Investors continue to buy into the Silver ETFs, but the rate of
    accumulation has slowed. The net fund long position has also
    slipped. Both these need close monitoring.

Gold continues to consolidate, but prices are testing support more frequently now.

Gold has had a choppy time in March with prices generally consolidating after the run up to $1,006/oz in February. In last month’s report we were looking for consolidation at lower numbers, targeting $895/oz to $882/oz as likely areas to look for support. As it turned out, prices fell to $891.50/oz, bounced and then dropped to $883.50/oz,before trading sideways either side of $920/oz. Given the extent of the ETF buying and the Fed’s embracement of quantitative easing, we are surprised prices did not rechallenge the February peak again.

The fact they have not done so, raises a warning flag that perhaps the rally has run its course, at least for a while. As such, we feel there is a danger of some stale long liquidation that could push prices down to test for support between $860/oz and $850/oz. Such moves may well be short- lived, indeed any dip will need to be short- lived if the market is to avoid even larger falls.

Summary – Overall we remain bullish, but would not be surprised to see a pullback first as some profit taking seems likely. Expect dips to be well supported.


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Friday, April 24, 2009

Gold Marketwatch

Daily Update

Market Commentary
Gold opened at 891.50/893.50 and ticked sideways on light trading, slipping to a low of 890.50/892.50. Existing home sales fell below expectations and the dollar softened, helping gold rally quickly. Stops were triggered as the metal broke 900 usd/ozs, peaking at 909.00/911.00. It range traded the remainder of the session as investors stepped back, finally closing at 904.75/906.75.

Technical Commentary
Gold has broken above the key technical pivot 900 today. A close at the current level of 906 confirms a “Double Bottom” at 866 is in place. The 900 level should now prove supportive with a measured move in Gold to 934 (this $34 is the distance between 866 and reactionary high 900).


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Retail Gold Price (October 2011)

Federation of Goldsmiths Jewellers Association of Malaysia (FGJAM)

999 Gold    :      RM200.00/gm
916 Gold    :      RM189.00/gm

835 Gold    :      RM1792.00/gm
750 Gold    :      RM155.00/gm
375 Gold    :      RM 84.00/gm


updated on 21 Oct 2011.

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Maybank Gold Saving 2009

DATE
SELL (RM/g)
BUY (RM/g)
13-Nov-2009
122.87
117.77

Kijang Emas 2009


Kijang
            Emas

FRIDAY 13 Nov 2009
Size Sell  Buy
1 oz (31.1gm) 3,884 3,653
1/2 oz (15.5gm) 1,979 1,827
1/4 oz (7.77gm) 1,008 913
 

Public Bank Gold Saving 2009

DATE
SELL (RM/g)
BUY (RM/g)
13-Nov-2009
123.37
118.57

Kelantan Gold Dinar 2009

DATE
SELL (1dinar)
BUY (1dinar)
13-Nov-2009
521.00
465.00

Public Gold 2009

 Size PG Sell PG Buy
20gm RM 2,703 RM 2,541
50gm RM 6,726 RM 6,356
100gm RM 13,389 RM 12,720

Retail Gold Price (Nov 2009)

Federation of Goldsmiths Jewellers Association of Malaysia (FGJAM)

999 Gold    :      RM142.00/gm
916 Gold    :      RM134.00/gm

835 Gold    :      RM122.00/gm
750 Gold    :      RM110.00/gm
375 Gold    :      RM 59.00/gm


updated on 05 Nov 2009.

Retail Gold Price (Sept-Oct 09)

999 Gold    :      RM135.00/gm
916 Gold    :      RM127.00/gm

835 Gold    :      RM117.00/gm
750 Gold    :      RM105.00/gm
375 Gold    :      RM 57.00/gm


Retail Gold Price (May-Aug 09

999 Gold    :      RM130.00/gm
916 Gold    :      RM122.00/gm

835 Gold    :      RM112.00/gm
750 Gold    :      RM101.00/gm
375 Gold    :      RM 55.00/gm


Retail Gold Price (April 2009)

999 Gold    :      RM125.00/gm
916 Gold    :      RM117.00/gm

835 Gold    :      RM108.00/gm
750 Gold    :      RM 97.00/gm
375 Gold    :      RM 53.00/gm


Retail Gold Price (March 2009)

999 Gold    :      RM130.00/gm
916 Gold    :      RM122.00/gm

835 Gold    :      RM112.00/gm
750 Gold    :      RM101.00/gm
375 Gold    :      RM 55.00/gm


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