TheDailyGold: Will Bear Market & Recession Takedown Gold & Gold Stocks?

Published: Thu, 04/07/22

The Daily Gold
Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT, MFTA


Thursday, April 31, 2022


Good Morning

To answer the question in the subject line, it's unlikely.

In fact, the recession & bear market to come is likely what gets Gold to go my $4,000 target before 2025.   

I analyze the question, the history & more in this video...

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Meanwhile, the correction in precious metals continues...

How long will this last? What are support levels? What will end the correction and push Gold past $2,100? 

Check out my article, penned yesterday. 

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This chart shows Gold's average performance during & after a correction in a bull market. 

Gold is following the average quite closely, but I do think once it clears $2,100, it will accelerate faster than the blue line. 


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Thanks for reading. I wish you all great health and prosperity in 2022 and beyond!


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