Basic Materials

A $6 upside target is clearly visible in the charts.
Economic themes remain supportive of upping the percentage of safe-haven assets in investor portfolios.
The next big resistance zone is up around $30.
I do not see any momentum divergences at this time, so buy strength. 
Our next rising price target is $20.
If spot gold reaches our $1400-$1525 targets.
We expect to see EGO continue its rally, but it faces resistance around $5.
I am setting my sights on $120 as the next upside target for GOLD.
Investors who are averaging up should risk below $16.
Wait for a two-day dip and then buy a starter position in a mining name or an un-leveraged ETF. 

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