The Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes by Amy Muir-Greenhill is a free e-book published by Investors Research Group (IRG). The Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes is a comprehensive eBook on the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting and an e-book that offers traders and investors real-time analysis of various market indicators.
Amy Muir-Greenhill has a Masters Degree in Finance and Investment Management from Babson College and has worked in investment banking, mutual funds, commodities and other investment options.
The Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes is a publication by IRG that provides traders and investors with a broad overview of the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. With this publication, IRO Gold shares its thoughts on the meeting and points out key events to watch.
However, I decided to take a closer look at some of the claims that are made in the Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes. One of the things that were noticed was the inclusion of a “fear factor”. If you have seen various analysts make such claims in the past, you will certainly see a pattern emerging here.
On page 1 of the Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes, the Executive Summary states: “When considering the likelihood of FOMC action, we believe a key problem facing the [Federal Reserve] Board will be the perception that it is “waiting for the market to do it” – “waiting for the market to set rates.” Because the Fed believes that market interest rates will not move, it will likely wait until they sense greater market support.
But, the bull market has “gone through an extended period of oversold conditions” and we expect that the market “will ultimately be led by a lower channel and a lower bias”. It is well documented that gold is a store of value and commodity and that its price increases in times of market turmoil and economic uncertainty. All of these facts are perhaps not as important in this day and age where demand is so high.
Although some traders may be tempted to buy now at prices that are higher than normal in order to sell later at a lower price, what is important to note is that the price of gold may continue to go down. This would be because the Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes states that the market does not “feel the need” to move forward. This means that the markets may be looking for a break.
The possibility of a break at a lower channel can create a lot of upside opportunities. This means that traders who are taking short positions in gold could not only profit from short-term gold price moves, but that they could make substantial gains for long-term positions as well. A lot of traders who short gold may be concerned about whether the market is going to act.
The biggest concern is that the market is going to decide to hold off on raising rates and to wait for higher than average levels. If this happens, the market may not move.
Therefore, investors who are concerned about whether the market is going to rise or fall on the date of the Federal Reserve meeting may want to take the time to study the Gold Price Outlook: Bullish Behavior May Persist Ahead of FOMC Minutes. The information provided in this e-book should provide traders and investors with a better understanding of what is going to happen on the day of the FOMC meeting.
The material includes a discussion of future meetings that will be held in December, January, March, April, May, June, and July. This gives traders and investors an opportunity to plan for these dates in advance.
If you have been considering whether to start an investment campaign, you may want to consider including a play on “schedule a call” activity. in your strategies and if the markets are going to wait for higher than average levels, you may want to consider hitting this while the iron is hot.