Friday will definitely be a significant trading day, but here is a huge clue as to where the prices of gold and silver are headed.

Even though Friday’s jobs release will have an impact on short-term pricing, gold has rallied to $1,320 and no one really seems to care…


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Take a look at a 10-year chart of sentiment in the gold market below.

10-Year Chart Reveals Sentiment In The Gold Market
Not Even Near Excessive Optimism

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The same thing is true for the silver market.  In fact, sentiment is more subdued as there are even fewer silver bulls (see chart below)…

10-Year Chart Reveals Sentiment In The Silver Market
Not Even Near Excessive Optimism

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The Bottom Line
King World News note:  Short-term trading volatility aside, the bottom line is that the gold and silver markets are most likely headed much, much higher before the next major setback occurs.  Don’t be in a hurry to sell into strength.  That is a good way to lose your position and get left on the sidelines as the next leg higher in the secular bull markets in gold and silver get underway.

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