|Today's chart provides some long-term perspective in regards to the gold market. As today's chart illustrates, gold has been in an extremely strong bull market since 2001. The pace of that upward trend has increased over time. There was a slight increase in slope both in 2001 and 2005. Following the financial crisis of late 2008, however, gold significantly increased the pace of its ascent. Recently, gold made new rally highs but has pulled back after approaching long-standing resistance (red line) of its current accelerated trend channel. Despite the pullback, gold currently trades for over six times what it did when the rally began back in 2001.Notes:
- Does the gold rally continue or is the party over? The answer may surprise you. Find out now with the exclusive & highly regarded charts of Chart of the Day Plus.
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Quote of the Day"As fewer and fewer people have confidence in paper as a store of value, the price of gold will continue to rise." - Jerome F. Smith
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