There is no reason to fear gold’s drop below its key psychological level of $1,300 an ounce, according to one gold bull, who sees the recent sell-off as “short-lived” while projecting stronger demand for gold in 2019.
“Gold has come under marked downward pressure since February 20,” Metal Bulletin precious metals analyst Boris Mikanikrezai wrote in a Seeking Alpha post on Wednesday. “Expect the current consolidation in gold prices to prove short-lived. Investors need more gold to serenely navigate rocky waters this year.”
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