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    Raz is offline iTulip Ambassador, Select Premium Member
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    Default GOLD: Near-term "Top" ?

    I've followed this chartist for over five years and his short-term/intermediate-term calls on Gold have been right about two times for every call that was wrong.

    BTW, he has NOT changed his Long-term call for the Spot Future to reach $1,800 - $2,700/oz.
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