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Gold Outlook Bullish Or Bearish? Gold Price $1250 Is The Line In The Sand.

Is gold bullish or is gold bearish? A great question, as there is a profound difference in views. Some are calling for a bullish gold outlook based on the risk level in the market. Others have a bearish gold outlook based on a strong U.S. dollar outlook. We believe that gold is at a crossroad right now, and that behavior at the current gold price of $1250 will determine the bullish or bearish outlook for the coming months.
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