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Friday, August 1, 2008

Monk of the Month


Your comments,
tips and prognostications.

4 comments:

Charles Longfellow said...

My comment re gold from last month:
"Big near term upward move predicted by most analysts except EWI, (Elliott Wave International)"

Well..., at the very least, EWI has not been proven wrong. Lots of volatility in July, but the big shoe has yet to drop for a major gold spike higher.

Buying opportunity?

fornow said...

Not for me. But then, there are no buying opportunities for the moment will I regroup...

Charles Longfellow said...

Elliot Wave seems to have nailed this one. Gold is down significantly. Of course, now the general analysis of gold's bull run includes the idea of pullback.

Charles Longfellow said...

The best thing that happened this month was the re-discovery of Reparta & The Delrons. See link under "Monk of the Month".

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