The gold market bulls are maintaining the slight near-term technical advantage, but trading has turned choppy recently.
However, if the U.S. and world stock markets start to lose steam, which early clues suggest could already be the case, then safe-haven gold would benefit as money starts to flow out of the riskier asset class, equities. Stay tuned!--
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