Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Gold Prices Ready for a Breakout

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Brian Hicks, co-manager of the U.S. Global Investors Global Resources Fund, says he thinks gold prices are ready to pop.
Brian Hicks,: "....we've been bullish -- for some time -- really the the factors that are driving gold remain in place. -- issues with what's happening in Europe the sovereign debt crisis. That's been ongoing. For about the last six to nine months yourself and it doesn't look like workers she released any time soon. That's drawing a lot of money flows out of the Euro. In Q gold as well the --

But despite -- double digit and that -- seem like old. Stuck in some kind of trading range we can't -- take to really break and hold that thirteenth fourteenth and end up.

Well I actually. From personal standpoint I think we are nearing. -- Just looking at the charts and and looking at the news flow -- such. I think will be north of 14100 -- between now and year and I think that momentum is starting to. Pick up...."

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