Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Gold Price Bottom on the 24th of July 2006

The GOLDPRICE.ORG Proprietary Gold Price Sentiment Indicator is suggesting an intermediate bottom in the gold price occurred on the 24th of July 2006 at $602 US per ounce.

The sentiment indicator is suggesting the gold price will rally from the $602 US it hit on the 24th of July 2006.

The next update on the sentiment indicator will be provided when the indicator suggests this gold price rally is about to top or has topped.

Monday, July 17, 2006

Gold Price Intermediate Top

The GOLDPRICE.ORG Proprietary Gold Price Sentiment Indicator is suggesting an intermediate top in the gold price in the very near future having just hit $676 US per ounce.

This sentiment indicator has been developed over the past several years and this is the first public forecast to be provided to visitors.

However, this gold price forecast is for the short term and in the longer term the price of gold and silver is going much higher. It is wise to buy gold and silver on a dollar cost average basis. Set a budget for buying gold coins or silver coins each month and keep accumulating physical gold and silver month after month irrespective of the price and you will do very well in the long term.

In addition to buying gold and silver coins from your local gold dealer, you may want to also consider the Gold Accumulation Plan provided by which allows you to buy gold automatically each month.

Here is some information from the website about their Gold Accumulation Plan(GAP):

"GoldMoney's GAP is the easiest and least expensive way to accumulate gold.

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On the 15th of each month goldgrams will be purchased on your behalf at only 1.9% above the spot gold price. The cost of your purchase is automatically debited from your checking account. And you have the convenience of 24/7 online access to check your goldgram balance plus the security and safety of allocated storage* in an insured vault."