The most recent call by Goldman Sachs to once again sell gold short has not, so far been a good move by the investment bank, and it comments in its latest research that it is down 5% on the call – with a stop loss indicated at 7%. But, it also reiterates that it remains confident in its bearish viewpoint and that it still stands by its near-term gold price target of $1100 per ounce and longer term target of $1000.
Of course the big anomaly here is that Goldman and its followers between them have the financial clout to go a long way towards pushing the price back downwards in these days when the western gold price is still largely set on the COMEX paper gold futures market….
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