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denpal
post Posted: Jul 1 2016, 03:18 PM
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Now $5.20, if things hold up in the POG looks like we could be building towards another strong run.

 
denpal
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We're in blue sky today, no doubt helped by the release of a good presentation.

What's not to like? $A286million cash too and no debt.

I hold these.
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denpal
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A good effort, today was gold's big breakout day on record-breaking volume.
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denpal
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Surely ripe for a pullback now, but with all that is going on the gold sector who knows? Have some dry powder in case it does pull back to the 300-320 zone but that may not happen for a while if overseas events trump it.

Plenty to read at zerohedge on NIRP possibly going to -4% or more, ie hugely negative. That's why they want to ban cash, to stop withdrawals from the banking system. Good for gold though.
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denpal
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Well it's doing fine, 220c seems like a red herring now. Looks like a cup and saucer pattern has now formed. It's been a swift ride up from 250c although with a massive air pocket hit a week ago but has since recovered.
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cooderman
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In Reply To: batikit's post @ Dec 3 2015, 11:27 AM

With Gold at aud $1438 and near the year low I'm surprised NST is not down around $2.
It may fall towards that level if Gold fails to recover soon

 

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batikit
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so the $2.2 gap is still going to be filled after all

 
batikit
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$2.40 does look like a support to me as well

If I have to trade NST, I would buy half at $2.4 and the other half at either $2.2 or above $2.6

 
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Gold usually has a good Asian session before being beaten down in overnight trade....Punters buying into gold shares hoping for a bounce....They have been wrong on the last 8 days . I don't need to hold NST but if it ever falls back to 220 level I will most likely
enter.
It does look like support at 240 level for now.

 
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In Reply To: cooderman's post @ Nov 4 2015, 03:24 PM

$2.40 may look like support even today, but I still don't think you're wrong.
Gold enthusiasts are generally optimists, clutching at straws like today's low Aussie Dollar, which does - in part - offset the pog's break below US$1,100. I try to remain unbiased when looking at charts; sector and stock are irrelevant when assessing the chance of a gap closing.

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